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About pxc

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    untalented, well-meaning golfer
  • Birthday 11/30/1983

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  • Handicap Index
    99.9
  • Handedness
    Righty
  1. Wilson Staff CI7 4-PW, GW, SW Factory standard length, lie Original Wilson grips 4-PW have TT Uniflex Steel shafts, feel somewhere between regular and stiff SW has TT TX 105 Stiff shaft, small tear in the grip that doesn't affect play I've played probably +/- 12 rounds with these. They've been kept in either a closet or a temperature-controlled basement. Some brush marks on the soles and maybe a little bag chatter but the grooves are very deep still and the heads look great. Shaft labels in great condition. I bought these because Paddy Harrington used them in a win once and they are nice clubs but I just really want some Mizuno forged irons. If you don't want or need the SW I will work with you on price. Free shipping to lower 48, extra for AK or HI.
  2. I hit into a group of old ladies without yelling fore or apologizing. I am not a good golfer now but I at least know a majority of the etiquette.
  3. pxc

    Fantasy Football

    I only play in pay leagues with people I know in real life. Maybe iacas would give the winner a free sleeve of balls or a towel or something.
  4. I watch and laugh when the women's shakeweight comes on. When the men's commercial comes on I change the channel.
  5. I don't. I find it frustrating that these teams come all this way to do a BBQ competition and can be disqualified because they don't make good coleslaw or have never cooked rattlesnake. It's just another gimmicky food competition show. I'd rather it be about actual food prep and cooking so I can learn something. If I want to see a "gourmet" meal made using a blow torch, unripened fruit, and ramen noodles I'll watch Chopped or Top Chef. I just find that crap frustrating. But I guess it makes for "better TV".
  6. Haha that probably describes dozens of beers in Belgium. I am not a beer geek at all, I like microbrews but I'm not terribly picky. I just picked up some Shocktop Belgian White and it is good. I like Newcastle, Dundee Honey Brown, Warsteiner, Sam Adams (almost all varieties), Dos Equis, Fat Tire, Blue Moon, Michelob Ultra, and even Bud Light. I don't like Coors Light very much, and I don't like pale ales that are really bitter, but beyond that it doesn't take much to make me happy.
  7. More, but not as much as I'd planned. Until recently it's just been too hot and I've been busy with other things.
  8. I am also living in Brownsburg right now though only for the next 2.5 weeks. I have been wussing out until recently, it's just been too hot and the course conditions too awful to go play. You know for the money Saddlebrook is a great course. I really enjoy playing there.
  9. It is in parts of the northeast.
  10. The straightest drives I ever hit were with a Nike Sumo2 5900. Yes the sound was obnoxious but the ball was going straight and far.
  11. Who would bother copying an FT-5 now? Didn't it come out in 2005?
  12. The money probably helps him deal with the "pain". Maybe he stuffs the extra millions of dollars into his sock for ankle support.
  13. Supposedly Maple Creek in Indianapolis is his first ever 18 hole course. I enjoyed it when I played there and did not find it to be extraordinarily difficult, even at my level. I played with a friend who typically shoots in the 80s and he did fairly well (though it was a new course for him too). http://www.maplecreekgc.com/
  14. I believe they are the same thing. An "ironwood" is a hybrid.
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