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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jigga, Apr 8, 2015.
Hell yeah, Xander. That’s awesome.
Back in 2016 Kuchar gave his caddy one of these after winning the bronze.
Played today and made 10 pars, 8 bogeys on a par 71. Didn't make a single putt outside 5 feet. But it was a beautiful day to be out there.
We've had a ton of rain for SoCal in the last week. Accordingly, the course played soft, very soft. I built my driving game on a 220 yard carry that ran another 30-40 yards on a sweeping draw on firm and fast fairways. Every ball today was a mud ball, splat and bounced 10 feet.
In my next life, I'll be six feet tall and able to generate speed.
I was told Friday that they'll be here in three weeks.
Laughing out loud on the NLU guys guessing the winners from 2021.
Firmed up our annual winter trip to mid pines. Excited to see the southern pines restoration, the routing was always incredible.
Friday: southern pines x2
Saturday: pine needles and mid pines
Sunday: tobacco road
Anyone have experience with golf mats? I'm looking to pull the trigger soon in one for the backyard. I'm thinking 4x4 country club elite based on initial research
I had a cce and it was a little tough on my joints, which I noticed was some feedback from the simulator junkies. A popular brand on the golf simulator forums was from wittek golf supply. I’ve had it for about a year and you can’t even tell it’s been used.
I’m getting a Wittek for my home sim once that whole thing begins. Gets great reviews for balancing realistic penalties of fat shots and not hurting your joints
yeah I think the witteks seem to simulate the most realistic launch conditions if you really get into the weeds. Cce is still a really solid mat.
Better on the joints as well I assume? Which one did you get?
had the cce and went to the wittek. I didn’t word that well.
wittek much better on the joints imo
Sorry, which Witteck did you get? Quatro seems like the play but they have 2 that are $100 less that I thought I might be able to get away with
I got the Quattro. Think it was close to $400 shipped. I believe it’s 5x5
Damn, they're $400 before shipping currently but based on some Google research I'm going with Witteck vs CCE so I appreciate the info. Injury prevention is #1 for me
I haven’t verified it yet myself but this is supposedly the direct Chinese manufacturer of the Wittek mats…
The YGT-3D is the Wittek Quattro. Apparently you can order directly through them and it’s cheaper. A few folks on Golf Simulator Forums have done it.
I couldn’t remember this name but this is correct. I remember a lot of people vouching for it, I just got impatient like I’m prone to and didn’t want to wait.
Purchasing looks like an adventure but it's $120 shipped so maybe worth it
Everyone I've talked to in the sim community who had a CCE with the exception of one person ended up injured. I've heard mostly good things about the Quattro as well but a couple of people have had issues with it. So far the only zero injury mat I'm familiar with is Fiberbuilt. I have a FB strip and have been injury free since switching to it, but I hate it. Thinking about trying the Quattro
I'll bump this post again since we're having mat talk.
Tommy fleetwood is ok with playing in the bonesaw because his family gets to take nice vacations
These pampered ducks need to play...
...two more holes, then we can get a Mai Thai
I signed up for club Cameron this year. I don’t have a blade Cameron if anyone wants the 2022 head cover.
Anybody played at Kiawah Island before?
Think they have 5 courses and I know I want to play the ocean course... could use some recommendations for 1 or 2 more
Playing Harbour Town Saturday
Do whatever necessary to try and get on Cassique
Sir this is the golf thread
Damn that looks nice
Staying at the resort and unfortunately that's not one of their courses
Cougar point, osprey point, turtle point, ocean course, and one other is what the resort offers
Of those, I’ve only played the ocean course. Feel like there’s a poster that used to live and work there.
I read some reviews that called it overrated.
I enjoyed it. Also went in expecting to shoot a huge number so I didn’t get upset when that came to fruition. It is extremely difficult, especially with the wind blowing
The Ocean Course is incredible. Absolutely worth it. The other resort courses are kinda meh and don’t justify the price tag. Turtle Point is probably the best of those.
The new Charleston Muni 20 min off island is better than any of the resort courses minus the Ocean. Play it.
With not playing it but seeing a lot of commentary on it... It is a very very difficult course and won't necessarily be a fun time for a novice especially if you don't play the appropriate tees. Playing the right tees is very important to the level of enjoyment.
The more modern big time public resort courses are more forgiving where high handicappers still can have an enjoyable round without losing a single golf ball while also testing better players.
Are you required to use a caddie and walk the course?
I've seen people saying that online
We rode and had a forecaddie
I once walked in a foursome while two forecaddies drove carts with our bags
That is brand #synergy
That is the best way to play. Drive if you want, walk when you want.
I’d also recommend the River Course, if you can swing it. One of the cooler locker rooms I’ve been in. Barrel ceilings and just a cool spot to hang out. While it’s not the same feel at all, the only comparable locker room I’ve been in is the Lodge at Sea Island.
Probably unfair but when I see a bag of PXG clubs I automatically assume douche bag
I think it's fair to say that the % is higher with their brand than any other golf brand.
I had a friend who came from a wealthy family and he showed up to a golf trip this fall with a PXG Staff bag and irons. He was oblivious to the brand other than the guy was always shouting on commercials. I showed him some of their other merch and his face was all