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Richard Hayes @rdhayes05

Joplin

,

MO

For anyone not in the buy & sell group, I am trying to help a friend unload some inventory. NIB Titleist 716 CBs (4-PW) w/ KBS Tour shafts and GP MCs. $700

Alle@mac.com

New York

,

NY

Winter chip practice

Ryley Fitzsimmons

Tampa

,

FL

Can't wait for these TW 17's to drop...they are straight 🔥

Brandon Liberman

Fontana-on-Geneva Lake

,

WI

Lake Lawn Resort

Brandon Loughren

Lynchburg

,

VA

Here's to us all getting our golf fix through the winter whether it be on a simulator, repairing our clubs, or even playing outside! Hope to join you all soon on the links after this broken ankle heals. With all this recovery, I may just refinish my putter for fun.

Jay Davis

Chattanooga

,

TN

I'll definitely be getting my hands on these to test. Really love the look of those blades! Anyone think these were developed for Tiger?http://www.golfwrx.com/423458/bridgestone-introduces-ultra-premium-tourb-series/

Kenneth Wraight

Lansing

,

MI

A call for help here. Pictured is the equipment I have to work with at my apartment complex. Is there anyone that can give me pointers for a good golf work out to do using it?

Greg Railsback

Vancouver

,

WA

Now that Costco isn't going to get more balls in stock I ordered some from Snell Golf to test against the Pro V1. Dean Snell designed balls for both Titleist and TaylorMade over the last 25 years. He has a very strong track record. I ordered 6 dozen of the "My Tour Ball" and will be giving some to friends to have them test. Has anyone tried these balls?

Chris Gonzales

Phoenix

,

AZ

Can't wait to walk the course at Farmers and Waste Management. I really want to make it to the Founders Cup or Kia Classic this year. Been going to the pga tournys for 7-8 years now and it's about time I check out the lpga stops. I highly recommend going to a pga or lpga tourny and put on your walking shoes. Skip the extra beer and take notes.. They good

Glen

Marysville

,

CA

This should give all you golfers hope this year! The truth is that you really don't have to hit more greens than this chart shows because ultimately you will have to use your short-game to translate your performance into lower scores. The average greens hit in regulation for a golfer ranked 75 on the PGA Tour is around 11.8 greens per round in case you didn’t know. This means they’re missing about 6 greens per round and the amazing thing is that the difference between the highest ranked golfer in greens hit in regulation and the golfer ranked 75 is just 6 percent! In the words of Ben Hogan regarding practice, “Double it"!

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