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TallSouthern

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  1. Driving Range Etiquette

    Thanks everyone for your input. I guess I should have been more clear. They were randomly yelling, drunk, hitting balls dangerously close to others (skulling ON PURPOSE and laughing about it). I shouldn't have mentioned their clothing. It's irrelevant. I am not a snob. I play thrift store clubs and bags and dress in cheap polos and khakis. I guess I came across poorly to you. The point of my post was to wonder why some people get insecure and perhaps hostile around someone who has the desire to improve himself. I used to work at big box stores, so I'm not judging by that demographic. Thanks.
  2. Driving Range Etiquette

    I have a question about handling trashy people on the range. I am by no means a good golfer, but I had a good day hitting my drivers. I get focused on my shots and don't really pay attention to people coming and going...but I became aware of the others on the range and how trashy they were acting and dressed. Normally I would ignore this, but I realized several were getting mad at me for I guess feeling showed up. Just wondering is it better to socialize with people you can't stand or ignore them and make them feel slighted. I'm not that sensitive, but I don't like angering people either. Thanks.
  3. Good points.... maybe I'm wrong about the drivers...just trying to figure out how to deal with courses losing difficulty for pros.
  4. They really need to just get rid of the drivers that look like oversized toys....say anything above 360 CC's....
  5. Shorter driver question

    I've got about 8 drivers of various sizes and lengths, and even being 6'5" I am longest and most accurate with a Titleist Howitzer 43 1/2 inch driver....
  6. Heh ro....new here...feels cozy...I am wondering with some pros mixing and matching clubs if this might affect new sets.. Would you buy a set of name brand clubs if say it had graphite cavity back long irons and steel shafted muscleback short irons and forged 9 through wedges?
  7. which club is more difficult for you?

    You gotta realize that your 4 iron is like an old school 2 or 3 iron...like hitting a pinball with a moving brick wall...maybe firm your left wrist and drag it through the swing..delaying the release really until your left arm is parallel with your left thigh...
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