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Today I played and was gonig pretty well until 15 until I hooked one out of bounds on 15 so I slammed the driver of the ground and snap graffoyl blue gone I sold my old 983k the 975 j feel thorugh, Micheal the pro is on holiday, I'm don't have a driver for a week, I need a new shaft and have little money.

If I wouldn't get pissed of so easy over the past two years I would probably be £500 richer.


Now the question is what moderatly priced shaft should I get, a prolite 35, hmm not sure.
 

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You are an idiot.

Why break a shaft?

Learn from your mistakes, grasshopper. Getting upset only makes you look like a fool.

Remember, the guy on the end of the club is the only ass worth kicking. Great game this is.

(Why did my whole post sound like Yoda?....lol)

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I didn't intend to break the shaft, it was a more spare of the moment thing I was -1 and hit it dead OB slammed the club snap, I only got the club last week. :mad:
 

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Hey, way to go.

Did breaking the club make you go to -2?

Exactly.

Spur of the moment or not, you still look like a fool.

Next time, put the club in the bag and punch yourself in the head. Save the damage to the equipment that isn't responsible for bad shots.

Think about it.

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rockford35 said:
Hey, way to go.

Did breaking the club make you go to -2?

Exactly.

Spur of the moment or not, you still look like a fool.

Next time, put the club in the bag and punch yourself in the head. Save the damage to the equipment that isn't responsible for bad shots.

Think about it.

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Nope made me go +1 and finishing up +3 not bad, I have never broke a club properly in my life this is a first and it will never happen again I think.

There wasn't to many people about and my friends wouldn't dare laugh at me so I didn't realy look like a fool. :p
 

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rockford35 said:
You are an idiot.

Why break a shaft?

Learn from your mistakes, grasshopper. Getting upset only makes you look like a fool.

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Stop holding back Rock, tell the kid what you think. :p
 

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The master said:
Nope made me go +1 and finishing up +3 not bad, I have never broke a club properly in my life this is a first and it will never happen again I think.

There wasn't to many people about and my friends wouldn't dare laugh at me so I didn't realy look like a fool. :p


Good boy. Step one is over. Now make sure it doesn't.

I have a stock Callaway stiff flex shaft if you want it.... ;)

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I also broke the shaft so I can stab people and posion them with graphite that piss me off. :p
 

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DaveE said:
Stop holding back Rock, tell the kid what you think. :p


I thought "Master, you are just like Dave" might have hit below the belt?

Know what I mean? ;)

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Good boy. Step one is over. Now make sure it doesn't.

I have a stock Callaway stiff flex shaft if you want it.... ;)

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Thanks but I don't really like any stock shafts I'm thinking about a a speeder 757 if I can get my hands on one good I have so many diets at the minute that my freakin parents don't know about, I better win the comp tommorow.
 

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Diets?

Do you mean debts?

If you're dieting behind your parent's backs, i'm going to be very upset with you. ;)

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Feck yes debts the reason I typed that was because a fecking silly diet add was on and I was thinking about it, I'm only 110 lbs no need to diet and most of it is muscle I may add.
 

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I thought "Master, you are just like Dave" might have hit below the belt?

Know what I mean? ;)

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When we play at our winter outing you will see that I rarely get upset. I figure you have to be good before you have a right to be pissed about a bad shot and even then what's the point.
 

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Well said.

Plus, if you have a bad shot, it's not like someone's coming to to take your car, right?

Uh, right?

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Plus, if you have a bad shot, it's not like someone's coming to to take your car, right?



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Unless you are having a bet with your friend closest to the pin for each others cars. :p
 

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