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  1. 11 minutes ago, Mr22putt said:

    I would suspect not....supposedly the "Soft" milled face are designed to give a putt a bit more speed for off center strikes.

    If you have a large box retailer nearby (when they open back up).....try both out.

    HB putters aren't popular...so you should be able to find a deal (new/used) on cyber space if you look and are patient.

    I’d be fine with the original. Just curious if it was worth trying the Soft. Thx.

  2. 11 minutes ago, Mr22putt said:

    @onthehunt526 how are you liking the Cleveland Soft?.....I bought a mint HB 1 (not a Soft) for $55 Cdn and after cutting it down and changing the grip it was behaving itself somewhat in the last rd.....made some really good mid range par saves and a long birdie.....though I did miss five 3-4 footers too.

    I really like the soft feel and the solid feel throughout the face....one of the best value milled face putters out there.

    I had been playing my dad's 1970 Ping Anser for decades.

    Is there a huge difference between the original HB’s and the “Soft” version? I had my eye on the HB #6 before I went with my Tommy Armour Impact #3. But if I can get a sweet deal on one I my still go for it.

  3. I plan to go to Stubrik's Steakhouse in Downtown Fullerton, CA and have a huge steak.We used to go there quite a bit for food, spirits and live blues, but not much in the last 5 or 6 years. Can't wait to get back there.

    I need to check the legendary Philippe's in Los Angeles off my "restaurant bucket list". I have been threatening to go there for a long time and just haven't been. As soon as I can I am making a special trip to L.A. just to go to Philippe's.

  4. The only golf that WAS available to me during this lockdown was our local standalone range. I tried to go over there just now and they are “closed until further notice”. So unless I want to sneak onto closed courses and risk getting arrested or sick I have nothing. 😤

  5. People in general have short memories/attention spans. Right now it seems like we'll never be the same again. But I suspect once this crisis is over and things go back to some semblance of normal, so will the courses and everyone else.

    Personally I have been trying to walk more this year anyway. So this will only motivate me even more. But I like riding as well.

  6. I tried their free sleeve offer and fortunately read the warning about the subscription that they try to rope you into. So I called and cancelled that before they started charging me. The balls were unimpressive. I really didn't find them to be that good. Nothing specific.I just get better results with my usual gamer. So I probably wouldn't buy them.

  7. I hate groups that don’t understand ready golf. Rather than going to their ball and getting ready to hit guys will sit in the cart watching their buddy hit his shot, then get up and go to their ball.

    I love hitting a solid tee shot right down the middle.

  8. Shot a 40 on my local par 29 9 hole course after work. For me 38 or better is a good round, so I was off a bit. Good news is, I am hitting solid shots and managing to stay with it when I have a bad shot. Lately I have been avoiding the big blowup holes. If I can just do that for a while my scoring will improve quite a bit.

  9. 1. My employer is Trying to get as many of us as possible working from home. I already do that 2 days a week so it’s not a huge adjustment. But grocery shopping has become a real challenge.

    2. So far courses are still open but that could change. I plan to play as often as I can unless we get completely locked down.

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