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About ECMD10

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  • Birthday 11/30/1977

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    Ellicott City, Maryland

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  1. Hello and Happy New Year. If you picked up some new hardware this past holiday and are looking to get rid of one of the following three styles of golf gps watches (Garmin S1/S2 or Golf Buddy WT3), please let me know your asking price. Thanks.
  2. Indeed. All the watches I've looked at are quite light. I did golf with a guy no too long ago that said he couldn't play with a watch in his wrist because it interferes with wrist cocking; he said he's popped the band on a watch during a round before he realized he just needed to leave it in the bag while on the course. I guess in his case, dropping a couple hundred dollars on a watch style GPS wouldn't be worth it.
  3. Three wedges in the bag: 52, 56 and 60. I'm a shorter guy, so they are all cut down 1 inch from standard, as is the case with the rest of my clubs.
  4. When winter sets in, I normally increase the misc tinkering in the garage. If I can dream something up and actually bring it to fruition, I'm a happy guy.
  5. Thanks for the info, but I'm a bit reluctant to classify a watch as a swing speed killer based on a research sample size of one. I can see how someone that typically doesn't golf with a watch could feel uncomfortable when swing with one on and lose swing speed; however, the first comment following the post proves significant distance can be attained while wearing a watch (Bubba Watson); I'm not convinced his swing speed and/or distance would increase simply by taking off his watch. It's definitely a valid research question, but it needs to be conducted with a sizable group of golfers of diff
  6. Office, Parks and Rec, House of Card, Game of Thrones, Tremè, Downton Abbey and Call the Midwife (don't judge me
  7. Murs, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Phonte, Lupe; Kem when I'm looking to mellow out.
  8. Schick Xtreme 3 with Gillette (Sensitive Skin) gel on head and electric clippers on face. I'll have bumps and ingrown hairs all over my face if I shave with a manual. Both my dad and I wear shaved heads, but he has to use electric clipper for his head as well.
  9. I think black shoes are fine with shorts, as long as they're worn with black ankle socks.
  10. Have you experienced any issues with the S2?
  11. As a golfer on a budget, I've never played PV1s or PV1xs. I'm a UT Vol fan and was given some orange Be6s as a gift...my favorite ball, but the price tag is still a bit steep for me. Lately, I've play three different budget balls to see if any compare to the Be6s (Noodle L&S;, Wilson 50 Elite and TF Gamer V2). All three are great balls for the price. The Noodle is a good all around ball; the Wilson is great for feel around the greens and distance off the tee for lower swing speeds; the Gamer plays very similar to the Noodle to me, so I can't say one is better than the other. My wife bough
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