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  1. Remember the old Stan Thompson Ginty? I found a Maple laminate version of the 7 wood at the Salvation Army back in about 2007. Hell I had a Wilson Staff Clima-Gard 4 wood in my bag from 2007-2009 I found for $2. The Ginty lasted about 2 holes.... I also tried those Heavy Putters for a while... actually had 4 different models of that. At one point about 4 years ago, I had 17 different putters, including a Cure RX2. You could set it at 80° Lie and it would set on the green without you their. It had a truly adjustable lie.
  2. I think it depends on how far you hit your 4 and 5 iron. It’s as simple as that. Other than that Stay out of the shit, call the zoo.
  3. Drive. I like driving the cart. It’s an adventure on a course you’ve never played. As a side note: I prefer walking when able. I understand cart rentals are the main source of revenue for a lot of courses. (Especially around here where everything is under $50 to play 18 holes with a cart). I like the walk though.
  4. Maybe he should’ve stuck with the “are you f***ing kidding me?!” from the PGA. We wouldn’t be having this discussion. Or called the ball an inanimate object, or just a “piece of shit” like Happy Gilmore.
  5. I didn’t say that. He had both, bad thoughts and intentions.
  6. I take it you’ve heard George Carlin’s “Seven Words You Can’t Say On Television”. “400,000 words in the English language and 7 of them you can’t say on television... they’re no bad words, BAD thoughts, BAD intentions, and WORDS...
  7. Is your 919 bent that way? Because stock loft I’m pretty sure is 34°. Anyway that’s a really good question. I would think maybe the SGI iron, with it being a little bit shorter than some utility irons. Might be a little bit tighter dispersion. As a driving iron, the SGI’s tend to work pretty well. However, on long approaches the utility irons do tend to do a bit better.
  8. I moved from Ithaca to Norwich so I’m now only about 45 minutes from Cooperstown and 90 minutes from Albany. Any suggestions now that I’m in Norwich...
  9. Adam is right. It’s really negligible of any changes. You’d need a Trackman or GC Quad in order to notice a difference.
  10. Fine. Currently thinking about actually double hard-stepping a regular just for the hell of it.
  11. If you want to just include “Modern” golf, You’d have to make a case for Hogan on there, but you could argue others. I don’t know that you could include Norman, Seve or Faldo. But you could also make the case for Mickey Wright or Nancy Lopez or Annika too.
  12. Well he can poke his head around the corner without Peter, Henry, Ken, and Johnny. But you could argue Jim McKay or Jack Whitaker could be on the golf commentator Mt. Rushmore. Joe Buck and Brandel can can be on golf commentary’s “Scrapheap” with Troy Aikman telling them that they are doing a good job. Honestly you could argue that Annika belongs on there or Mickey Wright, Babe Zaharias, Louise Suggs, Nancy Lopez, Dottie Pepper, Juli Inkster... it would be an argument you’d have with yourself for a while. It’s one of those things, who transcended golf in their generation. V
  13. Why don’t guys take a lofted hybrid or 7-iron grip down a couple inches, use your putting stroke and grip for when you’re going to use a chipper and call it good. It’s the same damn thing. There you go you all have a chipper in your bags. With the iron you might wanna lift the heel off the ground, to make the club more upright. But it’s pretty simple.
  14. We could do a Rushmore of Golf Commentators and Peter would definitely be on it. Along with Venturi, Miller and not Brandel.
  15. I say one player each through the main 4 eras. The pioneers of each era that are the cornerstone of that era. late 19th-early 20th Century: Harry Vardon I mean we still use his grip and he kind of won 6 Open Championships. 1918-1960: There once was a lawyer named Robert Tyre Jones, Jr. He was a pretty good amateur golfer. He won this thing called the Grand Slam as it was known in 1930. Many say he was the greatest amateur golfer of all time. He gave the world this golf course amongst the tall pines of Georgia. You may of heard of it, it is called the Augusta National Golf Club.
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