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  1. #10001
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    Aldo rolling large, Choi headed for single digits or better, 4matic always about to play better, wooly is still an asshat, some things change, others never will.


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  2. #10002
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Hard to imagine you donít have the ability to be confident- weíve all watched your progress here and itís inspiring. Donít ever be surprised by good shots. You have to expect nothing but excellence. Yeah , we all know what happens during the course of a round - highs and lows but itís how you manage those occurrences that matters! Expect good things!!!

    Some days you keep score , some days you just walk around and take it all in. Had two glorious days of the latter last week. Hope you enjoy the pics.

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    Amazing!!!
    Thank you for sharing!!


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  3. #10003
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    Who has good ways to store a full bag of clubs on in the garage (out of the way). I'm thinking of some sort of wall mount higher on the wall. I've see systems that seem to just use a hook and the bag handle, but that seems like it would put undue stress for a long period in a single point of failure. My other thought is building a 12" shelf to support the bottom of the bag and then maybe a bungie and eye-hooks to strap them to the wall (similar to a golf cart attachment). Anything simpler that I'm missing?

  4. #10004
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    Youíre in Montana? Cold weather will dry out your grips and gloves.

  5. #10005
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    You’re in Montana? Cold weather will dry out your grips and gloves.
    Yes, Montana, didn't think of that....might have to store in the guest room closet.

  6. #10006
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    Clubs alone don't take up much space in the back of a closet. Bag/balls/tees can stand a deep freeze.

    I've been storing clubs in the below freezing temps of the garge for 50 years and never knew it was wrong. Never had a grip crack that wasn't over 10 years old or hear of anyone that did. Knock yourself out. As I live in a rainforest now, I do wax the metal shafts in my irons to keep the rust away.
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  7. #10007
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    For the record. I keep mine in trunk/garage, both bad, but it doesnít get that cold or hot here in garage

  8. #10008
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iowagriz View Post
    Who has good ways to store a full bag of clubs on in the garage (out of the way). I'm thinking of some sort of wall mount higher on the wall. I've see systems that seem to just use a hook and the bag handle, but that seems like it would put undue stress for a long period in a single point of failure. My other thought is building a 12" shelf to support the bottom of the bag and then maybe a bungie and eye-hooks to strap them to the wall (similar to a golf cart attachment). Anything simpler that I'm missing?
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    Something like this?



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  9. #10009
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    Yes! Any concerns on hanging the weight for months on the bags handle?

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  10. #10010
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iowagriz View Post
    Yes! Any concerns on hanging the weight for months on the bags handle?

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    Will have to report back. Recent action. Handle/divider seems pretty stout. Have a few backups at the ready if so.


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  11. #10011
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    Nice looking tees!

  12. #10012
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iowagriz View Post
    Who has good ways to store a full bag of clubs on in the garage (out of the way).
    There is free heated storage from your clubs about 200 yards from your house...and the shop will grab them for you in 5 minutes if you need them during the winter for the sim or a trip.

    Also I suppose this is worth a post here too. This was last Wednesday...in Montana. It wasn't even cold!


  13. #10013
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    Youíre in Montana? Cold weather will dry out your grips and gloves.
    Iíve never heard this and call bullshit. My clubs and gloves have been stored in my garage for 27 years in Utah. And they are perfectly fine.

  14. #10014
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    Fore! Who's playing golf, yo-

    ^^ Agreed. Also who gives a shit about gloves? I must go through close to a dozen per year at least (playing ~100 rounds, plus practice). More importantly you store them between rounds in the packaging you buy them in regardless of climate.
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  15. #10015
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    Fore! Who's playing golf, yo-

    I have not played golf in over 40 years, 1981 was the last time I played. I was in my early 20s and I was fairly good at it.

    Last month when I was down in central Georgia I played with my brother and his BIL.

    I had a great time. Both of them took up golf during Covid, my brother at 70 and his BIL at 66. Neither is serious about it. They meet once a week and they do not keep score. No rules either. If one of them has a good shot, the other compliments on it. If a bad shot, no big deal just drop another ball wherever you want and play it. Turns out that is a relaxing and fun way to play golf.

    The course they play is an old southern plantation called Raintree (near Thomaston GA) that fell on hard times back in the 1930s and was turned into a golf course in the 1950s. The golf course itself fell on hard times several years back and it closed after the clubhouse burned down in a grease fire. But it has new owners who are trying to get it back in operation. Clubhouse is in a shipping container, no sand in the traps yet, but the turf is slowly coming back and the price is right, $20 for 18 holes including a cart.

    I had a blast and I plan to add golf to my activities list. But I really enjoyed the non-competitive attitude of those guys, and I have my fingers crossed that I meet some like minded players. One of the reasons I quit in my early 20s was the hyper-competitive atmosphere combined with excessive alcohol use made it no fun.



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  16. #10016
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    Sweet! Keeping score is over rated.
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  17. #10017
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cisco Kid View Post
    Sweet! Keeping score is over rated.
    I only keep score if i am scoring well. Once i have a couple blowup holes, it turns into a practice round real quick haha. I am competitive at heart and one of my main playing partners pretty consistently shoots mid-upper 70s from the blues on tough courses... he usually raises my game and i shoot consistently 5+ strokes better when playing with him. Its really fun to be good at things, and so its really fun to shoot well and keep score. That said, its also really important to be able flip the switch on a bad day and enjoy just being out in a manicured garden with friends whacking a ball that goes really fucking far haha.

  18. #10018
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    From Royal Portrush last month, it was really good to get back there. A special place for sure...Click image for larger version. 

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    Something about the wrinkle in your forehead tells me there's a fit about to get thrown
    And I never hear a single word you say when you tell me not to have my fun
    It's the same old shit that I ain't gonna take off anyone.
    and I never had a shortage of people tryin' to warn me about the dangers I pose to myself.

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  19. #10019
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    Irish golf porn.
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