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ryanf

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About ryanf

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    Weekend Duffer
  • Birthday 11/30/1978

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    Atlanta, GA

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    13
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    Righty
  1. I'm very interested on what others do to solve this issue. People talk about the importance of knowing your carry distance for each club. There isn't a range I've been to that has anything to assist with accurately determining carry distance for different clubs. Pro's get shot link and fun tools like that. What can the average Joe do?
  2. I just ordered a side-saddle reverse-shaft (double bend) putter. Can't wait to get it and do some practicing!
  3. very nice! i wish we hadsomething lke that around here.
  4. Was supposed to get out on the first but had to reschedule for the 2nd because of my brother in law. No big deal but I did want that "started the year on the golf course" title. Didn't play that great but it was great to be out in January. Temp dropped hard that day because of crazy cold front that brought some serious winds. On 14 the flag stick got blown out of the hole while I was waiting to hit my approach. Craziest thing I have ever seen.
  5. I dropped my Odyssey 2-ball blade for a Cleveland VP-09 blade just over a year ago and love it. The two ball really helped with my alignment but I'd lost all feel for speed (I think because of the weight). I went from a 35" with the 2-ball to a 33" with the VP-09. Much better on speed/touch/feel. The built-in alignment aids on the VP-09 are suttle but really seem to work for me. Actually, had one of my best putting days in years on Saturday. Sunk one 25' putt (1st hole too!), two 15' putts and about 70% of my 6-8" putts. I was flying high. I'm surprised the VP-09 wasn't more popu
  6. Their website lists a NC address. They also specifically stocking a "warehouse of stuff" that they sell one item/day at a time. Shotly has stated they have no inventory. Strange thing is I usually like the stuff I see on Shotly.com more than NailedItGolf.com. This was the first time I purchased from either. And the last from Shotly.
  7. Dunno but I got hit up by an email from them recently too. Don't remember exactly when but had never heard of them before.
  8. Just caught this thread. Here's what I put on their FB page. They deleted the middle part with the reference to naileditgolf.com. ------------------------ My grab bag finally arrived (ordered 9/9, shipped 9/26, arrived 9/29). I'm with Drew, Steve and Greg below. I didn't "old" I just got crap. I got an "I Gotcha" ball retriever. Sure it was risk but the problem is the $25+$5 s/h I paid would cover ALL the major internet retailers prices for this item. So I top dollar for something I never desired to own. The PGA Tour Superstore down the street for me sells it for $17. Not sure the
  9. I've got tickets all week and I'm planning to go Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, then all day Saturday and Sunday.
  10. I'm pretty sure she ordered them through the official PGA website. They were ordered months ago and arrived about 3 weeks ago.
  11. For a Father's Day gift my wife got me grounds passes for the whole week of the PGA. I've never been to a tour event before so I'm pretty excited to be attending a major! Any tips? I'll definitely be there Saturday and Sunday most of the day. I'm thinking I'll checkout a couple hours of a practice round Monday through Weds. and then try to spend half a day on Thursday. I won't actually be off from work (my job is kind of flexible, but I can't disappear - too much going on) but I'll be able to arrange my schedule to spend some time there during the week. Any tips or suggestions are
  12. Nice! Can't wait! It'll be my fist PGA tournament and I've got tickets for the whole week (thanks to my amazing wife!).
  13. I use a single green dot (with a sharpie) just to the right of the number on both sides of the ball. I'll rarely (but sometimes) use the alignment line on the ball. Unless its one of those exception times I prefer to only see the blank side of the ball when putting. Dos it bother you when others don't mark their ball? I hate playing with somebody random that is looking for their ball and pulls the old "Can't remember if it was an X or a Y. That one you just found might be it."
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