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Zach Attack

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About Zach Attack

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    Weekend Duffer
  • Birthday 11/30/1984

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    15.0
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    Righty
  1. I actually played with a guy not too long ago, who was so annoying, that I walked off the course after 9. It was 3 days before Thanksgiving and I was in my home town visiting my parents for the holiday. I go to the course, pay my green fee and cart fee, and get ready to go. I was chipping and putting before I teed off, and an elderly guy came up to me and asked if he could join me. He seemed nice enough, so I said, "sure." Low and behold, this was the most annoying golfer I had ever met. He basically just commented on every swing I took and tried to give me tips along the way (mind you, he was so bad that he didn't finish a single hole). He just got under my skin so bad, that I left after 9.
  2. Euro: Luke Donald Rory McIlroy US: Dustin Johnson Tiger Woods Favorite swing to watch: Luke Donald
  3. That hole in one in Arizona was as perfect as it gets
  4. No, it doesn't mean nothing, it means exactly what I said. It will indeed stiffen your shaft, even if it is a "minute" amount. This being said, the OP wants to cut off an inch and a half, which in turn, would have a greater effect than a "minute" amount on the stiffness of the club.
  5. Cutting a shaft does indeed stiffen it! Don't be fooled! Try this little experiment: 1. Get a toothpick 2. Break it in half 3. Grab one of it's halves and break it in half 4. Now grab one of it's halves and break it in half You should be seeing that the toothpick is becoming more and more difficult to break or even bend. Same theory goes for when you cut a shaft down, regardless of how much you take away from it.
  6. Ya, the 53s are rather progressive
  7. I guess I really didn't add as much to the thread as I should have, so here it goes: Let me begin by saying that I absolutly hate super mach speed drivers, in particular, the TM Superfast. I couldn't hit the side of a red barn, on cloudless Kansas summer morning with that thing if I wanted to. Just something about it makes it incredibly difficult for me to close the face. So her comes the new Adams Speedline. The two top things that I love about it, is that it doesn't look like a "Superfast" driver, and it doesn't seem to feel absolutly weightless in my hands. It is not heavy by any means, but unlike the TM, you know its there in your hands. It has a very traditional, and somewhat deep face to it that I adore, but the real winner here, however, is the shaft. I was actually fitted for the R.I.P shaft on a launch moniter fitting, and I absolutly love the performance of it. It just feels rock solid, and in turn, I have never been more accurate with a big stick than I am with this driver. The adjustable face model is a fun piece of equipment that lets you play with your trajectories, but be forewarned, it does have a unique sound to it at impact. It doesn't bother me, but it may bother others. The looks, feel, and performance is just unmatched in my opinion. If youre looking for "Superfast" driver that is classic looking, easy to hit, and long, then I would wager that you have no need to look any further for a boom stick. Go to your local shop and try one out!
  8. snob! But really, does buying an extra set of clubs ranging from $200-$400 really make one a snob? Sorry but Im just not bringing my Mizunos to the South Pacific/Atlantic/Persian Golf anytime soon
  9. Im gaming it right now. Best driver Ive ever hit by far.
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