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  1. BrotherDave
    03-10-2018 12:32 AM
    Lol, It's a joke location. I was picking fun at the folks all up in Catrina Allen's business. I live in central NC actually. Always down to play with a fellow gyronaut.
  2. ThrowaEnvy
    03-09-2018 11:53 PM
    Hey just stopped in to say hi.. Minnesota eh? If I ever make an epic DG road trip I will look you up. If you are ever in my area and wanna get whupped in the woods look me up haha. I will put my rotating basket in play for ya.
  3. BrotherDave
    09-24-2013 12:36 AM
    Thanks man! Keep holding that giant fish!
  4. ThrowaEnvy
    09-24-2013 12:35 AM
    Hey just stopped by to give you the best sig award of the month! Good job and I did actually laugh out loud.
  5. BrotherDave
    10-04-2010 10:45 PM
    Glad to hear the Ions are working out for you; it's good to know that I don't utter pure nonsense out of mouth all the time.
  6. BrotherDave
    09-27-2010 01:38 PM
    Slightly less stable, I can turn it over with OAT if I'm not careful but a clean rip will usually produce a nice, Buzzz-like flight. I've nailed more 50'+ putts with it than any other putter so far. They hold such a tight line and stay up longer than other putters that once you get them dialed in they make you look like a pro when approaching the basket.
  7. ThrowaEnvy
    09-26-2010 08:31 PM
    Thanks for the help! How does your 173 fly compared to 174? Pretty close or big difference?
  8. BrotherDave
    09-26-2010 06:02 PM
    I like them both for different reasons. I love the softs for driving in the woods and approaches b/c it kicks less, I love the mediums for putting and driving b/c it's stiffer and feels more consistent. Needless to say I rock a Soft and a Medium in my bag.
  9. ThrowaEnvy
    09-26-2010 05:44 PM
    Bag check! Tryin to decide which ones to buy 6 of Seems most people like the 174g Ions. You diggin the softs or mediums?

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