Jopaz wrote:Dumb question - do golf balls lose their "energy" or "spring" over time?
A neighbor offered me several boxes of brand new golf balls, package never opened.
However she said that they are at least 10 years old.
These are brand names - Titleist, etc.
Or, even if they are still OK, are the current models just better such that I would be better off with new ones.
Letang Is The Truth wrote:I think Sergio should sack up as if the thousands of fans shifting and moving don't distract him but tiger moving a club across the fairway does. Also I think this happens several times around to each player (see Sergio taking practice putts in what's his faces direct line of sight). Sour grapes are sour
MRandall25 wrote:Played the 1st 9 of the year at North Park. Didn't play too bad except for 2 awful holes (triple bogeyed). 11 over 47. Can't chip between 10 and 50 yards.
KennyTheKangaroo wrote:shad, with your new house, are you going to be closer to the courses farther west of philly? Honeybrook and Pilgrims Oak are two great courses in a great setting