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  1. In all my rounds of golf I only remember seeing 2 people use a rangefinder. Myself and my buddy. It seems people who take their game more seriously will probably own and use one; and people who take their game seriously probably play a little better and in turn faster. So I believe there could actually be a correlation between faster play and range finding. Some might say that really poor play doesn't necessarily mean slow play. This could be true in some cases. However, if a real hack is truly playing by the rules and keeping a real score, then every duff/lost ball/hazard/OB/4 putt/etc.
  2. My comment was aimed toward those suggesting to add weight to the head of a normal putter to "wean" off the heavy putter. Like you said. The reason why a heavy putter works is because its balanced by the weight in the shaft. Yet you suggest to people to add a bunch of weight to the head of a normal putter, so it will be far out of balance and a poor tool for training/performing a proper stroke. I'm guessing that could cause a lot of three putts on the golf course, maybe that's what you were referring to?
  3. I hope everyone knows that with the Heavy Putter, the weight is under the grip, not in the head.
  4. Six packs are also largely genetics and not necessary for good health. The best way to use more calories than you eat is to exercise. Just eat healthful foods and exercise, its so simple.
  5. Why cant you up the weight? Place a weight on your chest and sit up? Besides this is largely irrelevant to the topic at hand.
  6. No! Couldnt be further from the truth. I dont know where some people get this idea. Gotta be the corn/sugar growers that spread this lie and consumers buy it because it benefits them. Quote:
  7. Interesting. I actually place the ball on the tee first, then place the combo into the ground.
  8. All I hear is wah wah wah Im a whiny golf snob.
  9. Hold on, the whambulance is on its way. Seriously lighten up.
  10. So it is your opinion that 20+ year old "cheaper stuff" feels like it should be thrown away. Noted. Thank you. BTW I wonder if everyone is aware that there are more than just name brand clubs, or counterfeit clubs. Its not so black and white. There are lesser known brands or "generic" clubs as well that are completely legitimate.
  11. Regardless of how he came into possession of said club, how is it that his findings regarding the quality were illegitimate? I don't see where he is supporting counterfeit clubs, all I see is that he is asking if the name brand really makes a difference. I guess I'm just illiterate, though.
  12. Just because you read something three times doesn't mean you comprehend it. It is obvious by your knee jerk response that you do not understand what was written. Are you seriously under the impression that your Nike, Nickent and Titleist club components were all manufactured in America? Or that anyone who buys anything made overseas deserves to "end up unemployed"? I hope you don't vote. OP clearly stated the he did not intend to purchase a counterfeit, how could you have missed that? He is simply asking if anyone else agrees that a non-brand name club of quality compares to a name brand
  13. I play giga irons, love them. Great customer service, they stand behind their products. This is probably the reason they have a hard time believing that you had two faulty driver heads... and its been two years!
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