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  1. The closest I've ever been.
  2. If Dufner's caddie was upset, I don't think that makes him a crybaby. That's their relationship, one that is pretty personal, and if that breaks previously set boundaries, then that's their business. From my POV, it doesn't bother me. Golf is hard, being a professional athlete is an enormous, enormous grind, and blowing off steam can help relieve pressure. No harm, no foul; as a fan, anyway.
  3. I started with the interlock, and then when I started really playing, I switched to the Vardon style. Unfortunately, that doesn't work as well for me. I have big hands, but my fingers are short, and I had a hard time keeping my hands together. The interlock is much more comfortable for me. I think Nicklaus said the reason he used the interlocking grip was because he had small hands. Having said that, I think it just comes down to comfort.
  4. There's a thread on here about the time Poulter got angry with Matsuyama for slamming a putter. He was a real arrogant shithead about it, and that turned me against him permanently. Also, having watched him in person at the PGA a few years back, I can say that his general demeanor is... unpleasant. I voted No.
  5. I think a lot of people, myself included, with disagree with the idea that it's an "entirely emotional hypothesis". It's not an easy discussion, certainly, not does either side lack evidence for their point of view, but exclusively emotional it certainly is not.
  6. *HEAVY BREATHING*
  7. They're fantastic. Great off the face, even on mis-hits. Pricey, but definitely high quality.
  8. The feel is "drop club to right heel" to help shallow downswing. Really pleased with improvement, not so much with camera angle.
  9. I practice 4-5 times a week. I work from 7-3, so I go to the course at 330ish. i try to get the gym during my lunch hour, each day, but that's more hit or miss. Usually 2-3 times a week.
  10. Video I just submitted to evolvr. Happy with progress, but not there yet.
  11. I thought about that, but I still think that he would classify as lesser-known. He's a lowkey guy, and a lot of the tournaments he's won (save the two majors) have come at smaller events, like the John Deere or Valero.
  12. Zach Johnson for me. Love his swing, and his attitude, plus I've heard good things through the grapevine.
  13. l m a o you can find my posts all over this thread my dude. Nice job, too, deflecting: I wasn't saying that Simmons' opinion was the be-all end-all, just that the thought experiment of 'one player to save us all' was a way of looking at it. But you knew that; it's just easier for you to snark at me instead of discussing the point. ..... okay, fair
  14. This thread is my favorite place on earth. it never dies, and it never changes. A rock in a shifting sea. Having said that-- Tiger is the GOAT. To paraphrase Bill Simmons, if an alien came down and we had to play it in golf for the fate of our planet, I'd pick prime Tiger over prime anyone else every time.
  15. I had the Nike for about two years, I think, maybe a few months more. The bottom center grooves were beginning to pinch closed on the Hogan by the time I got my Edels. I use the 60 for everything 130 yards and in, so it gets a lot of use.