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About talismand

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  1. There have been tons of deals lately on brand new Diablo Edge iron sets (usually 5 - PW) averaging $250 or so. I don't know if Callaway had been trying to offload inventory lately or what, but these keep showing up on the deal sites. In my opinion, you're probably not going to find a better set of sticks (especially brand new) in that price range, not by a long shot. Edit: In case anyone is thinking "put up or shutup" Here is one such deal: http://slickdeals.net/f/5074206-Callaway-Diablo-Edge-R-8-piece-irons-set-for-239-99-tax-free-shipping-at-GolfGalaxy-com I'm not an employee of Slickdeals, Golf Galaxy, or any of their affiliates, just wanted to provide an answer to OP's question. If that link breaks any forum rules, Mods can edit it out
  2. That's always been one of the critiques from yoga buffs about P90x. The yoga disc contains some moves that might take an average person more than a year to master, not something that someone new to yoga should attempt. The best advice is to not force your body to do more than it currently can. Go to your limit, no matter how puny it may feel. You will naturally progress further in time. Don't let the routine intimidate you into injury.
  3. I would love to see this. Too much good golf today, they need more time to sort it all out
  4. Damn Tiger....so close. I think Tiger's just going to run out of holes. But what a Sunday story
  5. holy hell...did I really choose Kaymer -11?
  6. What would you consider "vintage" Mizunos? MP32s, or 30s even? Something older?
  7. Personally, I can't wait until the day the golf world wakes up and kicks off all the simpletons and vagabonds wearing khakis and a polo shirt and thinking they are true gentleman. Only those who play in long sleeved collared, button down shirts with an appropriate neck piece, with a matching coat, jacket, or vest should be allowed onto any golf course. And I'm sure we can all agree that Wingtip Oxfords are a MINIMUM barrier to entry as well. Anyone with polo's or jeans or khakis or whatever should wallow in the mud with the rest of the filth.
  8. At this point I think that JTJ is just having fun with the topic at best, trolling at worst. After the 2nd video, it's pretty obvious he's just messing around.
  9. Please explain how a guy dressed in jeans is disrespecting you.
  10. There was a good review posted on this site a while back comparing the two. http://thesandtrap.com/b/clubs/ping_g15_iron_review
  11. I feel like this happens to me every other range session. I'll figure something out one day, and hit it great. Then I work on it at home all week, and come back to the range and embarrass myself. It's never fun, and I'm just not to the point yet where I can diagnose and recover on the fly. I usually just take a few days off, work on basics again at home, and come back.
  12. Absolutely the 2nd impact position looks better. That's why I was so frustrated that none of the resulting shots were good. I do try to hit punch shots, but I always tend to switch back to full shots to "check" on how the feelings translate. Then I hit it fat, then I spend the next 30 minutes hitting full shots trying to work out the fats. I'll try to be more disciplined. Roger that on the setup. I like the posture in the first one as well(hands about level with the top of the knees), but the second one is the only way I seem to be able to get the butt of the club pointing at my belt buckle (trying for the "open attachment" in the S&T; book to reduce the fades/slices). If I try to do this with the 1st posture, I end up looking like Moe Norman with my arms way out...
  13. Yeah, but Gill, the Masters is only 3 weeks away and I've got to be READY! Thanks for the feedback delav, I'm definately trying on the hip slide, but it feels awkward and I just don't know if it's because I've never done it before, or if I'm doing it the wrong way.
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