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Tiger wins his 3rd!

it's too bad i missed the tournament on TV last weekend, but it's getting old... Tiger Woods wins again. truth is, i'm a Tiger fan and it's always great to see him win. unfortunately, i get to play about 1 round per month and never have the chance to get to the driving range anymore.
Last round i played was a disaster. hit in the 80's but it was the way i shot my irons which disappointed. sadly, i played with a very competitive guy and he was all over me in the end. not that i want to make an excuse, but the loss was due to a foot injury from running in the Standard Chartered Marathon the week before. all i got to say is that he better not play head to head with me again, because there won't be any mercy. to prove that my iron game was off, i hit every fairway when teeing off.
in fact, i used my Titleist 983K Fujikura Speeder and cracked it 300 yards down the fairway of a 560 yards Par 5 then followed it with a 260 yard 3 wood to put it onto the elevated, bunker guarded green for an eagle putt. that's my long game, but my iron play was pathetic.. so let's not talk about it. without a full turn, it was nearly impossible to hit a proper iron.
After that round, i realize that i must take advantage of youth and health to play my best golf. well, i suppose that goes for everything and not just golf... we'll see [equipbug]

Titleist Driver 983K

The Titleist driver is only about 360CC's, which is a dwarf compared to the newer clubs, but it's plenty big for me. i've always used titleist clubs because it's heavier and the kick is usually lower. i'm not sure what the specs are on most clubs, but this just feels right. i can go hard at it and even at 120 mph's the club can get to the ball perfectly square repeatedly. it's also a lot easier to hit due to the size, but at the same time it has a classical look and builds confidence.
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The 3+ Kasco is absolutely amazing. it's a miracle compared to my 1991 bertha 3 wood. i got it on sale, and being one of the few clubs that are made entirely in japan, i thought that i can't really go wrong. well, i was right. the Power Tornado is easy to hit, and the low center of gravity makes it very easy to hit off the deck. 250 yard carries no longer require too much effort. running it up to 260 is effortless and sometimes i'm pleasantly surprised with the resulting shot because the feel of the club is stiff and the feedback is sensitive. it's not a mushy club to hit, and definitely a sense of achievement to really lean into it. i'll have to take it to the range one day and see what it can really do!

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