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About twoiron

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  • Birthday 11/30/1978

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  1. Hello from League City TX

    Welcome Mike, I am also a League City resident. We have a ton of good courses in the Houston area. If you get real serious and want to join a club Canongate has a good deal where you can play South Shore and Mag Creek.
  2. Do you give/ask advice when paired with strangers?

    I never ask give advice to strangers or ask for it. Recently got pair with a hack who thought he was Tiger. He was trying to give my buddy advice who he didn't know and the guy had no clue what he was talking about. I shut him down pretty quick because he was making my buddies swing worse. I give advice to people I play with but only when they ask. To me it's rude to offer advice to someone you don't know.
  3. Golf club for two year old

    Plastic only it's a lot safer and easer to swing. Kids love to hit stuff at least mine does so a real club is dangerous. I got my boy his first real club around 4 from golfsmith. Mine in Houston has tons of kids clubs.
  4. 8-10 handicap

    Played ping and callaway irons my whole life got my mizuno irons about 3 months and I have never hit so many greens. I doubt I will ever picked up anything other then a mizuno ever again.
  5. ordered 9 dozen pro v1's from lostgolfballs.com at AAAA grade. The balls play great, good distance and stop on a dime. I have seen no difference between a new box.
  6. taking somebody out for the first time

    personally I don't think a few buckets of balls is enough. Maybe 6-10 buckets. I did before I ever got near a par 3 course. There are far to many hackers clogging up the course who can't hit the ball 100 yards. Or if they do hit the course they need to learn the fine art of picking up the ball and moving to the next hole.
  7. Tell us about your best golf day ever

    Younger days my best golf day ever was breaking 80 on a fun course with great firends. That was surpassed two weeks ago by playing a par 3, nine hole course with my son for his first round of golf. My best golf day until I am 6 feet under will be any day on the course with him.
  8. picked up the NXT Extreme because they were on sale for $19 at golfsmith. It literally felt like I was hitting a rock and it says low spin but they mean NO spin. I could tell a huge difference in my short game because the ball would not check up at all. Luckily I found some NXT Tour's and Pro V's to finish the round with.
  9. Take at least 5 strokes off your score

    You can take far more then 5 strokes off for high handicappers. Just look at your score card and how many of your shots were within 100 yards. I played 9 last week shot a 40, played the same 9 this week and shot a 48. I struck the ball much better on the 48 round but around the green it was a disaster.
  10. What Do You Do for a Living?

    This looks like a great board and people seem helpful. Own a real estate company in the Houston area. Played for 11 years took a 5 year break and started playing again last month. Now I am on the course once or twice a week.
  11. What do you do when you hear FORE!?

    crouch down with my back to the hacker, lower my head to my chest, cover my balls. Golf ball will hurt your body but if you catch a head shot they might have to name the hole after you.
  12. Jack or Tiger: Who's the Greatest Golfer?

    Tiger has to surpass Jack's major wins in order to be considered the best of all time. But I don't think it will be long before that happens. I just hope Tiger stops embarrassing the game of golf with his behavior.