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norris the sheriff might be looking for me but she aint getting my ap2s
Good thinking Clayton. Let her have the wife, your first born, the house, the car, but never let go of the AP2's.
Hi Norris well shot 89 today all time best. the sheriff lady really going be looking for me now....
my instructor found in storage closet they are couple years old but they are brand new never used titleist 910 d2 driver and 910F 3 fairway wood and vokey design wedge all for $250...
he has interesting way of teaching he had me go driving range for 30 min then we hit the linx....
once on coure after i tee off when i go to make second shot he pulls out 3 range balls let me hit them first with what iron he advise just to get my swing up same for 3rd and 4th shot and so on
Great to hear Clayton. My best is 91 so far, but my AP1's should help with that. Can't believe the deals your getting at you golf course. I also bought my 910 d2 last fall and thought I got a good deal for $350 since the 913's were coming out soon, and you got all that for $100 less. Your pro sure took a liking to you. Maybe you could drop my name to him next time you see him. LOL. With the deal you got, I'd say the Sheriff will turn you over to the FBI. LOL They may even reopen Alcatraz just for you. I know you'll love the 910 D2. It's a great driver. Have mine set on D4, .75* more loft, and standard lie. Take your time working with it, trying different combinations, and you'll find the setting that's right for you. I'm also thinking about a couple of wedges, and maybe a SC putter. Good luck with your new clubs. Being that were on this fine fourm, I don't think we should exchange emails, but if we can figure a way, we could corraspond our progress, and not bother the rest of the team. (that is if you want to)