Golfing Equipment Reviewer
- Jan 20, 2010
- Reaction score
I knew it! LOL
From a $29.99 Walmart special a Circle T. That's what I call positive growthI played most of my good golf from 19-25 with a $29.99 Walmart putter and hit it well, Tiger Shark maybe. Totally dismissed higher end putters as “how can technology help this club?”
Now that I have (many, lol) one in my bag, I can definitely see how the tech helps.
But it was amusing hitting that solid bronze thing off the tee, it was a tank. I won some money off of guys hitting it well from a tee like a driver. “You’ll never clear that lake!” Yeah, wanna bet? Lol.
I will not be doing that with my Circle T. That’s totally ignoring that I’m not good enough to do that any more too. But even if I was I’m not with that club. Nope.
So you're saying that you sweat through the glove or just inside the glove? I haven't noticed either but I think as long as the outside of my glove isn't wet then I'll be able to hang onto the club just fine if it's just sweat inside.If you are a heavy sweater, you’ll understand the on/off game. Or you can throw 18 of them in your bag and wear a fresh one every hole. Life is full of choices. Hot rounds I will rotate them every 3 holes, hanging the ones not in play from the cart if I’m riding to dry them. If it’s that hot, I’m riding anyways for sure.
Lol! There are a lot of others in between when I realized my raw talents weren’t in line with my perceived talents when I came back to the game after about 10 years away.From a $29.99 Walmart special a Circle T. That's what I call positive growth
Yes. Once the inside is wet and slimy, it doesn’t slip on the grip, it slips on my hand. Which causes some swing irregularities, never a good thing for the club to slide down a 1/2” heading into impact.So you're saying that you sweat through the glove or just inside the glove? I haven't noticed either but I think as long as the outside of my glove isn't wet then I'll be able to hang onto the club just fine if it's just sweat inside.
I do believe if one sets their mind hard enough, nothing will surprise them because they’re never going to let anything surprise them.I honestly cant think of any. I poo pooed the Odyssey Triple Track putters when they came out and tried one and hated it.
I still don't like hybrid irons even though Ive tried various ones, same with mallet putters.
It would kind of be nice if I could be proven wrong because it would make it more fun to try new gear but I guess that Ive been playing golf long enough now that I know what I like, don't like and what works and doesn't for me.
That can be true but isn't in my case. I'm pretty open minded. I don't really care about brand. It all about what works.I do believe if one sets their mind hard enough, nothing will surprise them because they’re never going to let anything surprise them.