Don’t Buy Golf Clubs During “SILLY SEASON”!? – Finch Friday

Don’t Buy Golf Clubs During “SILLY SEASON”!? – Finch Friday


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  1. The Tiger of Old is gone. All hail the New Tiger! The embarrassment of the 2009 incident and the breaking up of his family has taken its toll. I think he knows his father would have been disappointed. That guy is a genius at reinventing himself. I'm sure he'll find a way to win again, and strike fear into the minds of these young guns. Besides I think people don't remember that he was No 1 without playing for about 6 months after he did the first back surgery, and with exception of 2 or 3 of the new young guys, the field was mostly the usual suspects on the leaderboard these days.

  2. Looks like you have a Callaway Green Bay Packers golf bag in the background with the state of Wisconsin on it?

  3. Interesting you mention Dunlop irons- my 1st set were Dunlops and I "got on ok" with the,. When I bought my Taylormade Burner plus Irons I dropped 4 shots off my 1st round, mainly because my miss hits were better misses!

  4. I think the point about coaching and unique swings is a very good one. One problem a coach pointed out to me was that when I hit the top of my back swing, my transition was too fast resulting in frequent and rather nasty hooking shots. He specifically referenced Matsuyama and suggested I take a slight pause. The result was a much more consistent and controlled swing and straighter shots because the shaft was under control before I started the down swing. The great thing about something like that is when I see a shot over draw I can self reflect with purpose. My tempo is better now too.

  5. True wait a least a year to buy my new set of Callaway xr pro when they came out they were almost $1000 usd i just got them this week for just $350 in demo conditions that means almos brand new and believe me i put them side by side with the epic pro and they feel and preformance in the same way the only difference was almost $1500 usd im 7 handicap grettings from california

  6. Now finchy you should know better than to advise ppl to maybe buy 2 yr old clubs! You know very well that nobody will fit you for those clubs,because thay are more than a yr old! AND you DO encourage ppl to get fit for clubs!! It's a con job to make buy expensive clubs in the current yr!! they are the only clubs that manufacturers will allow you be fit for!!! BIGGEST CON GOING!!!!

  7. I don't really agree that the general standard has gone way up since Tiger. Case in point – Justin Thomas' scoring average for 2017 was 69.36, Tiger has beaten that 14 (!) years out of 20 years on tour, his best being 67.79 twice. Obviously this is not the perfect comparison because of courses and tournaments that players decide to play but the fact is no one has even got close to Tiger's scoring average in his best years so I don't know why everyone says the standard has gone through the roof. Maybe the average standard is better, but for those at the very top of the money list I see no evidence. Great video though Pete.

  8. Love the "silly season" question! I bought a new Cobra F6+ driver for half of the price of an F8. Great advice!