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Rip62

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About Rip62

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  1. Slowly so I could enjoy playing there as long as possible.
  2. I have a Tour Edge CB pro that I picked last year. It has really helped me.
  3. I heard he pulled a Lucy and swallowed the ball right before the other guy was about to make contact which caused him to lose balance and he fell off the platform to the ground.
  4. I played on a simulator for the first time this year. It was a lot of fun on a cold winter day. It took me about 3 rounds to figure out the chipping and putting. I just had a hard time figuring out green speed.
  5. I think twice a week and one other day at the range would be just about right.
  6. It is. The cheapest I've seen either one is around $150.
  7. He's having a pretty good couple weeks.
  8. If I can stand I'll still play.
  9. I went mostly left hand low except on really long putts this year and I became more consistent. My second to last time out about half way through and for no real reason with my left hand I put the grip between my index and middle finger. I got really hot the rest of the round. I went out the next day tried it for the whole round. My results were really good ( for me) again. I've only been able to try it again on the carpet in the basement but who knows maybe I found something. Then again maybe not.
  10. I second using eBay. I've had much more success finding better prices there than on the two sites you mentioned. I've never bought anything from Rockbottom Golf but have seen good prices there on equipment. The last bit of advice I'd give since you have a tight budget don't buy anything before you can demo it. You want to make sure a club works for you before you spend money on it.
  11. Only one for me today. Driver was pretty solid but the rest of my game was a disaster.
  12. I would look at getting a better sand wedge and hold off on the 60 for now. I found it hard to be very consistent with a 60 and I know some of the people I play with aren't real confident with their 60s either.
  13. I'd second what someone mentioned earlier about Adams. Someone suggested them to me when I wanted to replace most of my set but I only had a small budget. I'm happy with what I have and there are lots of great deals out there.
  14. Some would say based on the average age of golfers they need to talk that loud.
  15. When I wanted to replace my bag a couple of years ago I was just starting to play regularly. I wanted better clubs but didn't think I was good enough yet to spend more than the $400/500 you are planning on spending. A friend said try some Adams clubs because there were really good deals out there and he said he thought some of their clubs were real sleepers. I tried some of their clubs found ones that I liked. I was able to stay in budget and the clubs have really helped my game.