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  1. Personally I’d prefer to have a rule that says you can remove from a divot, but it’s completely impractical to come up with a definition of when you can/cannot take relief. Better to learn how to get out of the situation with a club as it lies with the least possible damage. you can also end up with uneven lies in the fairway. Tight lies, etc. Blocked out by trees.... so even the fairway itself may not be ideal in some places. I think a lot of the thinking is that hitting the fairway should be a reward, yet I often get nice teed up lies in the rough. Shouldn’t the
  2. When I lived up north, we had three storms in quick succession and by the second one you had to do shifts, otherwise you couldn’t even get a handle on it. That was the time I was speaking to my neighbor over the snow that was being shoveled and the only reason I knew she was there was seeing her shovel at it’s highest point when shoveling. It was well over 6 feet
  3. I feel like when I used to caddy I would hear stories from other clubs where if you showed up with too heavy of a bag, the club would have lighter bags and put what you needed for your round in the lighter bag.
  4. Based on both of their reputations I would trust Kostis over Reed. I don’t know everything about either of them, but I’ve not heard anything that tells me Kostis is a liar. Plus there are the allegations from his college days. Plus the fact that Reed, to my knowledge, has never even tried to understand why people might have this opinion of him. if I was under scrutiny I wouldn’t touch my ball at all without being super, super careful. I’d want to prove to people I wasn’t pulling anything. If this was the only thing with him, I can’t see anyone having an issue with what he d
  5. I voted yes. I was bullied a lot when I was younger and it definitely affects the way I feel and act around other people. I think it would put his behavior in a different light. However everyone has their baggage and it can’t be an excuse for bad behavior.
  6. Yeah, there’s no evidence he cheated here. Can’t really fault people for thinking that he might though. It’s not like there was one incident and that’s all. I would believe Kostis when he says he saw him improve lies over what Patrick Reed has said, simply by the way that Reed acts. I think it’s telling how other players are reacting and how Patrick responds. If someone accused me of cheating I would be very, very careful with what I did on the course. In golf, it’s a label that will cause people not to want to play with you. on the pro tour, a single stroke can mean th
  7. I remember when I first joined here, FreeDrop was causing trouble and that was really, really odd.
  8. Yeah I find I do a lot of 9 irons and PWs where I would normally do a SW. personally I’d like to work up the confidence to have more shots available when the course is sopping wet, generally I hit what I think I am most. O for table with. the conditions I am talking about are not just soft. Generally it’s where about 25% of the fairways have standing water on them because it rains so much. We generally are on the cart path from late November until May
  9. That’s a good point. I tend to overthink things. Thanks!
  10. Hey everyone, I live somewhere where most of the winter is wet conditions and I was wondering if I should switch to wedges with a higher bounce for the winter. In other words, would it make much of a difference? current wedges: Vokey 50.08 and Vokey 56.10. (Both sm7) older wedges with higher bounce: Vokey 50.12 and Vokey 56.14. (Sm4) my swing type is more of a sweeper. I don’t often take a divot, with wedges I might take a small one but I don’t take long or deep divots. opinions? I was thinking of switching for a couple weeks and seeing what difference t
  11. I didn’t read what Rory said as being against BDC at all. He was wondering how someone could overpower the golf course the way that he did, I think the headline was misleading. Bryson, whether people agree or not, is trying new things and afaik doing it completely legally. People have a right to challenge whether that is good for the game or not, but I didn’t think Rory was criticizing him personally. Just saying he’s taken advantage of things that others haven’t. I don’t think bad of him for doing his science stuff, I just don’t like his attitude sometimes. That headlin
  12. I use Vice on and off. I originally got them because I thought they were a higher end ball with great colors. At the time, no ball I would game made a pink, red or even decent lime. I echo what other people think. I think they are below ProVs and Snell, also the TP5s. Vice feels harder off a putter than any of those, and the greens I play are fast. I want a soft feel for fast greens. But I’d say I play one a decent amount of the time. Best red color I’ve found. Generally a ball is 8-12 holes so if the paint gets knicked it’s not a big problem as long as it’s not cut. They are
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