1. Howdy yall
    from deep in the heart of texas

    1. what kind of golf clubs do you have

    2. whats your handicap
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  3. by   NurseDennie

    1) Used ones - Wilson cheap ones

    2) Short Arms


  4. by   ceecel.dee
    1. Katherine someone....I suppose some lady pro, but I don't watch much of that, so unless I can put a name with a face or event, I don't remember.

    2. 14, although this is probably generous (my hubby's guess) as I am a firm believer in foot wedges, Mulligan's, gimme's, etc.

    It's just fun to be out there!
  5. by   kewlnurse
    Many many drivers, currently "happy" with my Excalibur 8 degreee with x stiff proforce 75 shaft
    Taylor made TI 3 wood with bubble shaft, either gettting rid of it or putting in a different shaft, those bubbles are crap

    Dynacraft 18 degree jackaroo with a Graffalloy shaft, great out of the rough, replaces 2 iron/5 wood

    3-pw Nicklaus Air Bear Pro Carbons, seniscore shafts, great forged clubs
    Dynacraft copper sand wedge

    Odyssee 220 putter
    Handicapp about a 10, can play a lot worse some days
    I have nothing of value to add to this thread. I just wanted to say that I often wondered how long it would be before you started a golf thread!

  7. by   zudy
    Had custom made clubs,gift from my ex-husband. They were STOLEN!!!! How low is that? Can't afford any new ones right now.(sniff,sniff) When I saw this thread, I knew it was you,Tom!
    Off topic, but Tom can appreciate...

    Four guys who worked together always golfed as a group at 7:00 a.m. on Sunday.

    Unfortunately, one of them got transferred out of town and they were talking about trying to fill out the foursome.

    A woman standing near the tee said, "Hey, I like to golf, can I join the group?" They were hesitant, but said she could come once to try it and they could see what they thought.They all agreed for her to come play.

    She said, "Good, I'll be there at 6:30 or 6:45."

    She showed up right at 6:30, and wound up setting a course record with a 7-under par round.

    The guys went nuts and everyone in the clubhouse congratulated her.

    Meanwhile, she was fun and pleasant the entire round. The guys happily invited her back the next week. She said "Sure, I'll be here at 6:30 or 6:45."

    Again, she showed up at 6:30 Sunday morning. Only this time, she played left-handed, and matched her 7-under par score of the previous week. By now the guys were totally amazed, and they asked her to join the group for keeps.

    They had a beer after their round, and one of the guys asked her, "How do you decide if you're going to golf right-handed or left-handed?"

    She said, "That's easy. Before I leave for the golf course, I pull the covers off my husband, who sleeps in the nude. If his member is pointing to the right, I golf right-handed; if it's pointed to the left, I golf left-handed."

    One of the guys asked, "What if it's pointed straight up?"

    She said, "That's when I'll be here at 6:45."

  9. by   sunnygirl272
    first of all...heather is awesome...
    second of all...i do not golf...honey's handicap is 13...and his current favorite set of clubs are taylormades..stiff graphite shaft....

    (i personally prefer the stiff flesh staff...but anyhoo...)

    also has a set of beautiful calloway x-14, 3-lw....gonna sell them if anyone is interested...i mean he is gonna sell them...includes bag...
  10. by   Rustyhammer
    Taylormades that I bought at a garage sale.
    Handicap is the beer wagon that always finds me.
  11. by   kewlnurse
    Ok Tom how 'bout you?
  12. by   Nurse Ratched
    Um - I play Outlaw Golf on the x-box - does that count?

    I actually liked Mario Golf on the N64 much better, but Outlaw lets you beat up your caddy.
  13. by   adrienurse
    What? You some kind of golf fan or something Tom?:chuckle :chuckle :roll :roll :roll
  14. by   live4today
    My siblings and I practically grew up on the golf courses of Dayton, Ohio as our father and all his relatives (male and female alike) were avid golf players, won trophies to the max, so therefore, I grew up with a love for golf. One day, I will take up golf for myself.