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chuck4golf

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About chuck4golf

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    TSG Active Member
  • Birthday 05/21/52

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Los Angeles
  • Interests
    Meditation, golf, my wife, my work. Simple, clean. Great golf gear.

Previous Fields

  • Quote
    I kept my wife. That means I can change golf gear whenever I want.
  • Occupation
    Business in India
  • Handicap
    8
  • What's in the Bag?
    Callway Epic, Stock, Cobra Baffle 4w, Honma 3, 4 hybrids, Miura Small Blades 3-W, Modus 105S, Fourteen MT28 V3 52, 58 Enroll ER2

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  1. Truly! It's very different to try to just stay with one set! This was my first real trial and I am glad someone else bought them because ...
  2. Whew. Thanks to the lucky guy who spared me any more ongoing anguish!
  3. It is truly taking all my self discipline not to by these...but I am not. Repeat this 5 times. Don't buy the pretty irons, don't buy the... In fact, I'd be grateful if you'd just take them off the market. I fear resistance to them is razor thin....
  4. Lordy Lordy Lordy that's a tempting review. Even the cat looks intrigued.
  5. Hi

    if the epon 503 4-iron is still available, I would like to purchase it head only. Is $90 acceptable for head and shipping? If acceptable, please reply with your paypal info. I have a San Francisco shipping address. Thank you 

    Rey

  6. Interesting aside.. I posted an ad on golfwrx,too. I didn't think many there would know about Seven or Shinagawa. Wrong! This item has gotten more inquires than all the rest combined. Now it still hasn't sold but the brand of this little company (with the luxury of tsg as an anchor site) is much stronger than I would have ever imagined.
  7. I HATE selling them. But I got seduced by Muria small blades and I am going to cut off all alternatives. Maybe no one will buy them!!
  8. All sold. Yahoo! Thx tsg
  9. I'm now 2 months into Rob's program. Not sure what the whole cause is - perhaps a combination of things - but I am definitely hitting the ball better - longer and more consistently. I am stronger, have better balance and more range of motion as a result of the program. It takes time to do the workout - dynamic stretches, speed swinging, and strength. But the results are clear to me. I am eager to see what 6 months or 1 year later is like! PS: Shot a career round this week. 75 (+3). It was all ball striking.
  10. I don't want it now but I really like the minimalist aesthetic a lot
  11. Nob, sweet... what is it?
  12. Ain't that the truth!
  13. It's that time of the year... Chris just posts incredible layout of clubs one after another, like a machine gun of golf porn. Some people like putters, others like wedges. Me, I like great sets of irons.
  14. Even par is studly! When I play well for reasons that escape me, I want new clubs...
  15. You play a course designed by a mad man where you have to be precise off the tee and then on approach shots so you don't have one of those nasty nasty above the hole putts. Control is such a key to playing it! So your 2 wood makes total sense. As to that jbeam/7 dreamer and not to forget your copper agrinds also on the bench. I am thinking it makes sense to have an inventory of clubs that match our 'moods.' After my shoulder froze last fall (and 110% healed) I had to rethink my swing. I had no confidence in blades so I got a set of Honma 727v. Now my swing is best ever (doing mjrd program great help!) and I am back to blades. Having both sets as a strategy for confidence ebb and flow makes sense. That's kind of where I am thinking: an inventory of differentiated clubs that mesh with the variations in what meshes with confidence and/or aesthetic moods. So I am betting the day comes where the driver and/or agrinds call out to you and you fall in love with them again. At least that's my theory.