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droopypet

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  1. I was considering some lessons but wasn't sure if I should bite the bullet on them or continue to practice and try to develop my swing with self study, but this advice makes me lean towards lessons. This makes sense and I actually do like the clubs compared to a couple others I've tried here and there. I just had a strange worry that if I got used to these clubs it would hinder my future game with clubs with less flex if I moved to that down the line but this alleviates those fears.
  2. Hi all, I'm pretty much a total beginner from Mississippi here and looking to learn more! I've hit some balls here and there with buddies in the past but really looking to improve my game and joining here seemed like a good way to help facilitate that.
  3. Hey guys, beginner here with an advice question here. For background, I'm a younger, fairly healthy young guy who is looking to play golf a lot more. I currently have a cheap set of starter top flite clubs I bought a few years ago to be able to hit some balls around with my buddies. However, I discovered after I had played a couple times already that, in my newbie ignorance, I had gotten the graphite set normally intended for seniors. For the past 8 or so years I've had these clubs, I only played 2-3 times a year so it didn't seem like a big deal. However, I'm wanting to start playing a lot mo
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