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  1. Not sure what that means. But, if it means feeling like a badass, then yes, that's pretty much it.
  2. Outstanding!
  3. A giant of the game and a beloved human being is gone. RIP Mr. Palmer.
  4. Thanks for the explanation. Of course, now I have to go look at vids of Hogan to see what he actually did.
  5. I was originally taught to flare my lead foot and square my back foot. I'm not sure why. But, after reading the OP and a few other posts in this thread, flaring both feet makes a lot of sense.
  6. Well, that's another issue. I'm talking about the sweet feel the the added flex of hitting a clean long iron. However few times it's happened, I remember it clearly.
  7. I carry a 2 iron. Don't use it much. But, I will say that there is nothing in golf, NOTHING, sweeter than hitting a clean shot with a 2 iron. Just my opinion, of course.
  8. On the golf course, many times. Funny that you infer that there are posters here who are equally interested in playing well.
  9. I find it odd and a bit amusing that, for some golfers, how fast they play is more important than how low they score.
  10. Damn close! Good call.
  11. No one else felt that the high drama of a fairytale finish was just a bit diminished by that missed par putt?
  12. Spieth gave an amazing performance. But, was no one else just a little disappointed when he missed that par put on 18 to break Tiger's scoring record? "Sigh!" It would have been the stuff of myth, fable and legend.
  13. By the book and get a camera to video yourself.
  14. If I had to pick my all time favorite swing, it would be Fred "Boom Boom" Couples' swing. The tempo, the flexibility. Amazing! But, my all time favorite golfer has to be Lee Trevino. Great sense of humor, great attitude, "clutch" competitor, and one ugly ass swing. What's not to like!
  15. Oh, I forgot to mention the Iguana's around the water holes at Key Biscayne. They usually scatter when they see you coming.