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DogGolf92

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  1. DogGolf92

    Amazon Grips

    Probably going way out on a limb here. but has anyone seen, bought, used these Saplize grips? They look like the golfpride grips. but at half the cost. Is it worth it even for a year? https://www.amazon.com/SAPLIZE-Compound-Material-Anti-Slip-Midsize/dp/B07GVBMR64/ref=sr_1_12?s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1543101548&sr=1-12&keywords=golf%2Bgrips&th=1&psc=1 Im a sucker for a good amazon deal.
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    Topsail NC golf

    Just found out that next summer my family will be going to vacation at Topsail Beach in North Carolina. Was wondering who has played down there before. Courses worth play or not playing? Thanks in advance.
  3. Question. Is there a trick to hitting woods and hybrids? I know practice, practice, practice. I cant seem to get any loft (and i mean any!) under the ball when I pull out the woods. I can hit my 3i pretty well, almost my go to club. My buddy swears up and down my his hybrids but i have the same issue with the hybrids that i do the woods. Thoughts and tips appreciated.
  4. i would go back and forth on what club to use ultimately using my 8 iron to come up short and to the right....right underneath that tree...but with good lie i pull my pitching wedge out to lay up right in front of the pin....but go figure i rocket that ball right over the green into the back left bunker...make a pretty shot out of the sand and and two put my way for a double bogie...shoot a smile at my buddies and say, "dont worry guys ill make it up on the next par 5." ***goes back to the cart and crack another ice cold budeweiser***
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    Old good clubs vs Cheap starter clubs

    @Vinsk @MarvChamp @billchao just wanted to let yall know. I had the clubs out on the course satuday. played a little bit in the rain. but was a good day. tried to use all the "new" irons to get a feel for them. all and all felt good. still going to have to put some practice in to get them dialed in but they are comfortable and feel good. big fan of the pitching wedge. made some shots that I normally wouldn't to get me to the green.
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    Old good clubs vs Cheap starter clubs

    @billchao you got it.
  7. DogGolf92

    Old good clubs vs Cheap starter clubs

    No not yet. i picked them up yesterday. due to work and rain i couldn't get to the range. I have a tee time set up for Saturday morning. so i will fill you in after that
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    Old good clubs vs Cheap starter clubs

    @vinnycap these are them. dont have a picture of the grooves. I picked them up for a good price and then did research. felt like i could go wrong with a set of TM regardless of age, right?
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    Old good clubs vs Cheap starter clubs

    thanks @billchao This summer i hope to improve on my game. I picked these up thinking that i can only get better, especially with a good brand name. I did some research after i bought them and didn't realize how old they actually were. they are still in real good shape and i am happy with my find. looking forward to using them this weekend, weather permitting!
  10. To start off i am not a very good golfer. I got my first set of clubs about ten years ago but have only played a few times a year (if that some years). I had gotten a set of Acuity clubs as a gift. a very basic beginners set. They have done me well for what I know. I have recently bought a set of TaylorMade Burner Midsize irons. They are still in good shape and I got them for a good price off line. My question is: Is an 20 year old set of good TaylorMade clubs better than a ten year old set of Acuity clubs. I know these clubs are going to get me to the tour, but im hoping that they might help my game. Up for discussion. Just thought i would throw the question out there.
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