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fairwayfader

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About fairwayfader

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  • Birthday 11/30/1993

Your Golf Game

  • Handicap Index
    13
  • Handedness
    Righty
  1. You're kidding me right? You go out there and lose 24 balls in 9 holes and you think that the instructor is at fault for giving you instruction on what you have never done before? Nonsense. Obviously if you shot a 95, you're doing something wrong. The whole point of an instructor is to show you NEW ideas. FYI-doing the same thing over and over won't help you lose less that 20 balls a round, or half a round for that matter.
  2. I recommend any Yes! putter. look below at mine. its great.
  3. Stick with Golf Pride. The Tour Velvet grips ( http://golfpride.com/grips/noncord/t...t_62round.aspx ) are what I use, and they are great. You can also look into the Golf Pride New Decade Multi-Compound grips ( http://golfpride.com/grips/cord/mc_nd.aspx ) which have a great feeling and look great(you can personalize the color of the grips). Whatever you do, stick with Golf Pride. They have much more feel than Winn Grips.
  4. So here's the deal. I recently took quite a long break from golf(3-4 months) and have been trying to get back into a groove. Ball after ball that I hit go right, almost every time. I am hitting it very inconsistently;mostly fat shots. I recently went to a golf coach who said I was to flat at the top, and that was a result of my low shots. I have since changed that, but i believe he also said my shaft was to much forward at impact. I have yet to fix that. Any tips would be greatly appreciated because I am hoping to play in a few tourneys coming soon. -fairwayfader
  5. My current set. Driver:original hibore bought used for 125 3 wood:original hibore bought for 150 3 hybrid:cobra baffler for 170 4-gw:titleist ap1 for 700 Titleist sabd wedge vokey:110 dollars Custom made yes! Putter:14 0 bucks
  6. Well i just changed my irons today. i went from my old graphite cobra fp's to brand new steel shafted Titleist Ap1's. i also replaced my sand wedge and got a vokey. the ap1's come next week. can't wait.
  7. does it cost extra to get clubs fitted and if so how much would that cost. i would be getting them cut down maybe 1/2 inch or so
  8. I want to know just why there are the "divots" and undercuts in PING irons. See the pictures to see what I'm talking about. Make sure you click on the image so you can clearly see what I am talking about.
  9. Just remember to make a smooth transition from your backswing to your downswing.
  10. Yeah I've wanted a new set of irons for sometime but I would hate the feeling of dropping hundreds of $'s.
  11. I would get the golf pride multicompound grips in red and black....they are a little firm though
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