Official Golf Thread

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  1. LeBirdNest

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    Indeed it is.
     
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    Went back and hit those clubs. I hit them for 30 minutes. Good god they are perfect for me. Straight, slow draw and comfortable as crap! I bought them and love them already.
     
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    Gonna get them rewrapped?

    The Winn all weather grips are pretty nice and only like $5 each
     
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    Yup let me photobucket the pics in a minute.

    Thinking about White Golf Prides, theyre 4.49 a piece.
     
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    Valet IS300 SX > Accord

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    I have golf prides on my irons. They're pretty nice. I almost never come in contact with weather so the super sticky all weathers aren't completely necessary.

    Next topic... Gloves. What do you guys got right now?

    I have some Taylor made one. It's pretty nice but it wore really quickly. Although everyone says its just because my swing grip is tighter than it should be. But I had a Callaway glove before that and it lasted longer than this one.
     
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    They are in great condition! The club face ridges are pronounced and the shafts are still shiny. Those grips though, oof. Not even worth taking pictures of. Haha
     
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    Those are better club condition than mine. One of my shafts has a crack down it that creates to much flex. And it's my 9 so I'm kinda pissed :lawl:
     
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    Ive only broken one club in my life. It was my 3 wood. I was at a driving range hitting a few balls. I hadnt even had the clubs for two days. I hit the ball and the club goes flying off the shaft, hits a fvcking water sprinkler head and instantly started spraying all the golfers on the range. Haha. I about died laughing. Aparantly they didnt set the head properly. It was good fun taking it back the next day and telling them what happened. :lawl:
     
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    I've seen that happen while I was working before hahaha funniest shit on the planet. The guy the proceeded to attempt braking the shaft over his knee. Didn't work haha just made his arms bounce back a lot. Made an *** of himself trying to break it then threw it down the range and stormed off. I retrieved the shaft and head and went up to him and said "is this yours?" And he took it then left :henry:

    One of the funniest things to happen at work.
     
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    Haha, yea i just ran out there (laughing) picked up my **** and kept hitting.
     

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