Semper Fi brothers.
G400 Max 10.5* Alta CB 55 Stiff Flex
3W F85 15° UST ProForce V2 5F3
5W F85 18* Project X 5.5
7W GBB Epic 21* Diamana 50 Reg Flex
5-PW JPX 919 Hot Metal Recoil 95 F3
50F 54 & 58 S grind
Chrome Soft ProV1X
3.5 push cart
2016 Cleveland Short Game Shootout
"Forget the last hole played, you can't change the outcome. Move on."
The correct answer is all of them
I have only come here seeking knowledge
That they would not teach me of in college
All branches kick ass, but from 9.5 years of personal experience, I'll just say ANCHORS AWEIGH!!!
**Member of Team Hackers - 2017 Morgan Cup Champions**
**Member of Team Toasted Cactus - 2018 THP Championship**
The Space Force!!!
Come from a long line of sailors and had the pleasure of serving on the same ship with my brother (USS SCOTT DDG-995)... easy answer #GoNavy
Bag: Sun Mountain Front 9 Stand Bag
Driver: Taylormade R15
3 Wood: Taylormade R15
Hybrid: PXG 0317 19*
Irons: PXG 0311XF (4 thru 9)
Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM4 48*, 54*, 60*
Putter: SeeMore S13w
Ball: Srixon Q Star Tour
"Sex and golf are the two things you can enjoy even if you're not good at them." - Roy McAvoy
I'm in the Air Force but really they are all great and have unique and specific capabilities.
Its one big team in the end. MERICA
Woods: Still Looking...
Hybrids: X-rail 3H/4H
Irons: F7 5-GW
Wedges: RTX 3 CB 50 54 60
Putter: Works Fang 2 ball
TOMTOM GPS watch
I was in the Air Force, reported to the Army, deployed under Navy command... and we all brought along the Marines for entertainment.
All one big family as far as I'm concerned. Nothing but respect to all my brothers & sisters of the past, today, and the future.
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Driver: M1 9.5 Won right here on THP!
Fairway: XR 3w 15°, GBB Epic 5w 18°
Hybrid: G30 4h 22°
Irons: Apex CF19 5-PW
Wedges: 588 RTX 50° 54° 60°
Putter: Newport 2.0 CounterCore Pistol GT 2.0
Grips: MCC +4
Ball: Round with dimples
I offer my thanks and appreciation to ALL who served, no matter the military branch. Personally biased as our son has served almost 15 years with the U.S. Army. Will never understand someone who loves jumping out of perfectly good airplanes!!
My wife had an uncle that did not return from WWII. He was with the Army Air Corps, now the USAF. His plane went down in Germany 7 days before the Germans surrendered. We ended up with all the letters he wrote home while deployed. One letter told of the number of bullet holes in their plane... but it would still fly. During one mission a bullet came up through the floor and took off part of his foot. He was patched up in a field hospital and, after a few days, returned to flying.
My dad served with the U.S. Army during WWII. The terrain in the mountains of Austria was too difficult for trucks to pull artillery. Being a farm kid, he worked with the mules that were employed to drag weapons and supplies where the trucks couldn't go.
I enlisted in the USAF in 1966. Wife and I were just married and planned on a career in the Air Force. I have suffered from bad eyesight my entire life and, due to that vision handicap, no service would take me. Today, Lasik would have allowed me to serve.
We also need to thank the families of those serving. So many long deployments where wives and children lived a life so many cannot comprehend.
Again, we appreciate you all!!!!
Ping G400 SFT
Callaway Big Bertha 3-wood and 5-wood
Callaway Big Bertha 3-hybrid and 4 hybrid
Ping iBlade 5 thru PW
Cleveland CBX 52 degree
Cleveland 58 degree wedge
Scotty Cameron Select GoLo
I'm certainly partial to the branch I served in, the Army, for a couple of reasons. As an enlisted person I got training in electronics which enabled me to work in the high paying, high-tech semiconductor industry later on. That really had an impact on my lifestyle both before and now after retirement. Secondly, the Army gave me the opportunity to get my commission as an officer through OCS. That led to some really great jobs while in the service both before and while serving in Viet Nam.
As others have so eloquently said, all branches serve a differing purpose and the people who serve and have served in them are great and deserve our thanks and respect!
Go Army! Beat Navy!
Member of Team THP - 2018 Grandaddy with Callaway
In my Alpha Convoy 514 Cart Bag:Driver: Epic Flash 10.5° (+1/D) w/ Project X EvenFlow Green Shaft 45g 5.5
FWs: 3W (+1/N) /5W (+1N) Epic Flash w/ Project X EvenFlow Green Shafts 45g 5.5
Hybrid: 5H Apex w/ UST Mamiya Recoil 760 Shafts F2
Irons: Apex '19 6-AW w/ UST Mamiya Recoil 760 Shafts F2
Wedges: 52°S MD4 56°C MD4 60° PM 2.0 Grind - all w/UST Mamiya Recoil 460 Shafts F2Putter: Stroke Lab Three
Ball: Chrome Soft / ERC
Big Bertha Fusion Driver
Cobra Baffler XL 5 Wood
Cobra Bio Cell 3 Hybrid
Ping Rapture 4 Hybrid
54 & 60 W
RAM Precision balanced blade putter
Srixon Soft Feel Balls
I am an old Air Force brat, but I never served myself.
I truly appreciate any and all service men and women for their commitment to our country.
I cannot choose a better or worse branch of our military. They are all the best to me.
Driver: GBB Epic 9.0* 3-Wd: M1-3HL Hybrid: Superfast 2.0 - 18* Irons: Burner 2.0 4-PWWedges: 52, 56, 58 Putter: Ghost Spider Ball : Chrome Soft Yellow
For those who are saying they're all the best, I'm wondering... did you read the OP?
C130 bag & Speedcart:
M1 440 9.5° w/ HZRDUS Yellow 6.5 @ 44"
Rogue 3wd w/ AccuFLEX Evo R+
SLDR 3h w/ Aldila VS Proto 95X
Dynacraft Genesis 4h w/ PX LZ 6.0
Dynacraft Prophet MB 5-GW w/ PX LZ 6.0
Dynacraft DM Forged SW (54°)/LW (60°) Tour R (4.0)
TV Align Midsize & ChromeSoft X / Snell MTB (Black/Red)
MentorSports Duet USA Flag 3.0
ISO: 75g-85g XStiff fairway shafts minimum 41" long