Monday, July 27, 2009

The Course at Wente Vineyards

What a perfect way to start the week... Golf on a Monday. Marc, Joe, Winston and I played the Course at Wente Vineyards in Livermore, CA today. It was way more than a pleasant experience. The course wasn't crowded so we were able to take our time and enjoy the scenery. Wente is definitely the perfect course to play every Monday! I am sure, the rest of my week will go well because of this.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Nintendo Wii to Launch Golf Training Game

Nintendo Wii will be releasing a game, My Personal Golf Trainer, which features lessons from golf guru, David Leadbetter and golf swing analysis. According to reports, in this instructional game, David Leadbetter will be teaching the player how to execute the perfect golf swing using his famous "7 steps" technique. Check out the video released by Data Design Interactive below. This is a sneak preview of how this instructional game looks.

I find this very intriguing... Really!? The Nintendo Wii can help me with my golf swing!? Seriously!? I must admit, I am a bit skeptical ...but knowing me, I already know that I'll end up buying the game on the first day of release just to satisfy my curiosity! The game will be released some time this year, I can't wait to get my hands on one.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Napa Valley Golf Date

Marc and I went on a "golf date" today. We left for Napa Valley this morning and headed straight to Taylor's Automatic Refresher. We originally thought of having brunch at Bouchon in Yountville (their fries with truffle oil is to die for) but decided to go to Taylor's instead. We thought it was more fitting for a golf date. He had a bleu cheese burger while I had an ahi tuna burger... the food was great! After our early lunch we headed to a local 9-hole par-34 golf course. The weather was nice and the course wasn't too crowded. It was a pleasant experience. The view was spectacular. After golf, we headed back to downtown Napa to buy cupcakes from Kara's Cupcakes. Should you end up in this area for some reason, you should definitely stop by Kara's. It is located inside the Oxbow Market downtown. Overall, I had an uber-nice day... great food, played golf, and yummy pretty cupcakes! Thanks Marc!

Friday, July 24, 2009

Evian Masters Interviews: Ochoa, Wie and Miyazato

Here's a video I stumbled upon on youtube of interviews with Lorena Ochoa, Michelle Wie and Ai Miyazato at the Evian Masters.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

LPGA Evian Masters Pairings

The Evian Masters, one of the biggest and most popular tourney in the LPGA, is set to start tomorrow in Evian-les-Bains, France. It will be interesting to see how Michelle Wie and Natalie Gulbis will play. They were both terribly missed during the 2009 US Women's Open since they both did not qualify. I think that this would be a great opportunity for both of them to shine by playing good.

Live streaming - The Evian Masters Tournament will also be broadcasted live between Hole #1, #6 and 18 on its official website,

This Tournament will be aired on The Golf Channel:
Thursday 7/23 - 6:30PM
Friday 7/24 - 6:30PM
Saturday 7/25 - 1:00PM
Sunday 7/26 - 1:00PM

Groups that I will be following:

8:26am - Song Hee Kim, Inbee Park and Anna Nordqvist
I like Anna Nordqvist. This rookie is the reason why I will be following this group. I have a feeling that she will play well.

10:27am - Yani Tseng, Candie Kung and Se Ri Pak
Why not? Once you see Yani hit the ball with her Driver, you won't get tired seeing it over and over... How can she hit that faaaaar!?

10:49am - Maria Verchenova, Caroline Rominger and Shanshan Feng
I will be watching this group because of Maria Verchenova. This Russian beauty has been getting a lot of media attention lately... I am curious to find out if in the long run, she will be the future Anna Kournikova of golf or if she can conquer.

11:11am - Cristie Kerr, Michelle Wie and Gwladys Nocera
11:42am - Natalie Gulbis, Juli Inkster and Paula Creamer
I think that most of my "watching time" will be spent between these two groups... for obvious reasons.

11:53am - Marianne Skarpnord, Lorena Ochoa and Helen Alfredsson
Who wouldn't want to follow the number 1 player on tour play side by side with the 2008 Evian Masters winner?

12:04pm - Angela Stanford, Eun Hee Ji and Angela Park
This group interests me because of Eun Hee Ji. After her winning performance during the 2009 US Women's Open, will she have enough juice to follow through?

Monday, July 20, 2009

Epitome of a Golf Newbie

I was reading a post from Tour Golf Blog about the top ten mistakes all newbie golfers make and while reading the first 9 common mistakes, I was thinking to myself... wow, I guess I am not categorized as a golf newbie anymore as I am not guilty of these things. A warm feeling of accomplishment crept in my system until I read the last, but not least, common mistake... the number 1 mistake a newbie golfer does... BULLSEYE.


"Forget lessons, I'm buying a $400 driver!" - This is without a doubt the biggest newbie mistake in history. You've only been playing a few months, but you think that expensive driver is going to have you shooting in the low 80s? C'mon. Take that money and sign up for a lesson package at your local course or driving range. You'll get more benefit out of just a few lessons than that driver you probably won't hit worth a darn anyway. This applies to that $1000 set of forged blades that no 25+ handicapper has any business hitting.

My golf partnah, Joe, fights with me about this all the time... especially when we start talking about my drive. I have been struggling with my driver(s) for months now and according to him, the last time I've been most consistent with my driver and actually hitting it decent was when I had my Callaway FT-5. Yes, I remember those days... but that was before my addiction to Japanese clubs (Thanks to Marc). I've replaced my Callaway FT-5 with an Epon Monster Beetle Driver... Let's not talk about how much I spent on that baby. It was so pretty to look at but it sabotaged my drive. I used the EMB for 3 months before getting rid of it (it was the most painful thing parting with it but I gotta do what I gotta do). I replaced it with a Lepon driver by Epon Forged. I had problems with my Lepon during the start but I am slowly building my swing back as I slowly get used to it. I am still not 100% happy with it and I know that I will swap it again someday (hopefully not soon coz I am still not ready to hear Joe's "Help me Help you!" spiel this soon). I am still holding on to my FT-5... I guess if all else fails, I can revisit it and it will magically restore my drive.

The photos above are of my irons, Epon Forged AF-701 and the Epon Monster Beetle driver.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Stewart Cink Wins His First Major in Turnberry

Stewart Cink denies Tom Watson his 6th British Open win today in Turnberry as he becomes the 2009 Open Champion. Fatigue may have been the reason why Tom Watson played so bad during the 4-hole playoff as he miss fairway after fairway. Tom Watson may have lost the Open Championship this year but he surely won so many hearts of spectators all over the world. As mentioned in my pervious post, no one would've guessed that he will be playing as well as he did the past 4 days. Even with him losing the playoff, I think that people will be talking about his 2nd place finish longer than Stewart Cink' win.

Stewart Cink played like a true champion during the playoff. It was a very emotional finish as he gave his wife and two boys a hug after the birdie at the last hole. Congratulations Mr. Cink!

Tom Watson and Stewart Cink Heads for Playoff at the 2009 Open Championship

Before this week started, if anyone said that they think 59-year-old Tom Watson will win the British Open in Turnberry, people would think that person is crazy. The last major he won was over 2 decades ago. There is no way he can win it with the likes of Tiger Woods and other young players in the field. I have been watching the Open Championship closely that past 4 days and after all my "favorite" players missed the cut and dropped like flies, I begin to root for and believe that he could actually make it. Watching him, I can't help but notice his very calm demeanor. A proof of maturity and tremendous experience. He always had a smile on his face which reminds me of a cute little sharpei pup. Tom was leading by 1 stroke entering the 18th. All he needed was a par to win as Lee Watson crumbled with a 3-putt on the same hole. I think nerves took the best of Mr. Watson as he putt for par on the 18th... it was a foot short. This bogey-putt gave Stewart Cink a chance to lift the Claret jug this year as they head for a 4-hole playoff.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Too Much Golf Club Slamming!

Golf can be really frustrating. I've heard people say that it is the most difficult sport next to polo. Players can easily get disappointed and emotional when they play bad, however, I feel that players should be extra careful with displaying negativity such as golf club slamming when they are playing... especially during a major event when the whole world is watching. A lot of players are guilty of this but the impact is not as bad as when it's Tiger Woods doing the golf club slamming. I am a very big Tiger fan and I have mentioned that several times here in my blog but today, I am quite bothered seeing him with this kind of demeanor. I keep thinking about children who idolize him and how they feel about seeing their hero act that way... He kept slamming... and slamming... and slamming...

Tiger, that was uncalled for.... but we still love you!

Tiger Misses Cut at the British Open

Today is very disappointing for Tiger-Fans like me. Tiger Woods missed the cut at Turnberry with a +5 after the second round. I am also a big Ryo Ishikawa and Geoff Ogilvy fan... both of them missed the cut too. However, these cuts doesn't make the 2009 Open Championship less exciting for me because of the following reasons:
- Jim Furyk, another favorite of mine, is still in and playing well.
- Back to Back Open Champion Padraig Harrington still has a chance to defend his title for a third straight win.
- Martin Kaymer is on a roll!
- Sergio Garcia because winning a major is long over due.
- Camilo Villegas because he is spiderman.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

How much does Tiger Woods want to win the British Open?

How much does Tiger Woods want to win the British Open? I am guessing... with all his life. Winning in Turnberry could mean to him more than all of his other majors combined. There is a tremendous amount of pressure on him right now since Roger Federer, a very good friend of his, recently won his 15th major. People are expecting him to win this year's British Open to match Federer's majors. With this said, I wonder how Tiger will perform now that he had become the chaser and not the chasee. Will he be the person who will lift the Claret Jug in Turnberry this weekend?
PHOTO from GilletteChampions

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Golf Tee Art

Check out this article about a man in Utah, Brett Ratliff who created this mural in his basement wall. It is made out of over a hundred thousand golf tees.

Monday, July 13, 2009

2009 British Open Groupings

Going through the list of groupings for the British Open this week at Turnberry, Group 15 stood out the most because of the obvious, Tiger Woods. What makes the threesome more interesting is Ryo Ishikawa teeing with Tiger. 17-year-old Ryo Ishikawa is dubbed as the Tiger Woods of Asia. I am excited to see how this young lad will perform side by side with his idol, Tiger Woods.

Here are the other groups that I will be watching closely:

Group 32 - Mike Weir, Ben Curtis and Ross Fisher
Group 34 - Ernie Els, Lucas Glover and Martin Kaymer
Group 37 - Rory McIlroy, Anthony Kim and Retief Goosen
Group 41 - Padraig Harrington, Jim Furyk and Geoff Ogilvy

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Korea Dominated 2009 US Women's Open

Koreans dominated this year's US Women's Open with 6 of the top 12 finishers and a win by Eun Hee Ji. Though no one scored under par after the 4th round, I have seen a lot of great golf while watching the tourney.

My thoughts:
- Though I was hoping that an American would win this year's US Women's Open, I think that Eun Hee Ji deserved winning. She was the most consistent and she played smart.
- I am happy to see Paula Creamer get a Top 10 finish even after the 79 on round 3. A definite display of mental strength.
- I was rooting for Jean reynolds, I thought that she would end up better than a T13. If she got an even par today, she would've tied Eun Hee Ji.
- After the 3rd round, I was almost certain that Christie Kerr would win the US Women's Open.
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High on Golf

May I share a golf moment? These type of moments may be typical moments for you but pardon me, It's my first time...

Played a round today with the boys, I played worse than normal. I scored 5 over my usual average. However, there were two moments during today's round that made my Most-Awesome-Golf-Moment list. The first one would be getting a Green in Regulation (GIR) on a par 4. I mentioned during a previous post how much I hate par 4s because I can never get to the green in 2 strokes. Well, I did it! For the FIRST time since I started playing golf, I did it! I can't believe it took a year for this moment to come... a GIR on a Par 4. I used my driver from the tee box, and with a long way to go, I busted out my 3 Hybrid. While addressing the ball with my 3 Hybrid, Marc asked, are you going to lay up? There was a water hazard between my ball and the green... "No, I am going for it!"And I did. And it landed on the green! I broke the barrier, is this the beginning of frequent GIRs on Par 4s?

The second moment was something I NEVER expected. I always watch the boys make good chips and I never thought that I could chip like they do, never. Today, my chipping was not too bad. I was able to make decent ones but most of my chips were still terrible. On the Par 5 18th hole, after several strokes (please don't ask me how many), I finally got to the green. Well, not quite, I was 2 feet short. Without thinking, I grabbed my sand wedge, addressed the ball, aiming at the flagstick approximately 30 yards away, I slightly closed the club face, and chipped. My eyes grew bigger as my ball approached the hole. I don't know why but while I was watching my ball, It seemed like somebody clicked the "Slow Motion" button... My ball was going... going... GONE! It went in the hole! It sure did! I was jumping for joy! Definitely the #1 Most-Awesome-Golf-Moment. Who would've thought I could pull something like that!? It may be pure luck, but it doesn't matter. It happened. To Me.


Are You a Golf Geek?

Apparently, you only have to be doing two from the list below to be one according to this interesting post from Nice Ballz.

You might be geeked for golf if:
1. You clean your clubs or scrub your grips before you play
2. You review the online scorecard or take the virtual golf course tour
3. You download the course into your GPS distance measuring device a few days before just to be safe
4. You wash off your dirty pull cart before putting it in the car
5. You buy so many Gatorades and Powerbars that the grocery bagger asks if you want help to your car
6. You pick out your stylish head-to-toe golf outfit the night before
7. You color coordinate your outfit with golf partners a day ahead (not everyone in Paula pink or Tiger red)
8. You play a practice round ahead of an important tournament
9. You change the configuration of your adjustable clubs for each course
10. You check to make sure none of the spikes on your shoes are loose the night before
11. You mark your golf balls before getting to the first tee or, worse, even before arriving at the parking lot
12. You make your next weekend's tee time before getting to work on Monday or, worse, right after your round

I love this list! I am geeked for golf and doing some of things on the list makes me feel good. Let's go through the list one by one...

#1 - OCCASIONALLY - I don't do this all the time but I know that I clean my clubs and grips more often than most golfers I know.
#2 - YES - I am sooo guilty of this. Every time we decide to play, I go online and check the scorecard, the slope rating, the distances and the layouts (especially where the water hazards are located). Even if I suck at golf, I want to be prepared by knowing what I am about to face.
#3 - NO - I don't own a GPS device because I think that it is still premature to own one. Maybe I will get one when I am hitting consistently and nailing my club distances all the time.
#4 - OCCASIONALLY -Ah, I have what the boys call "The Hummer". It is a Clicgear 2.o and I love it. Yes, I TRY to keep it clean but I am not very successful at doing so. I get lazy cleaning the wheels so I got a Clicgear wheel cover so it does not mess up my trunk.
#5 - YES - I buy Gatorade and not just regular Gatorade but Gatorade Tiger! I know, it's dorky.
#6 - YES - If you can't play, display! Gotta look good!
#7 - NO - The boys don't care (maybe except Marc, who is wearing J. Lindeberg on the photo above) and I don't have any female golfers to play with. Hoping that I will someday.
#8 - NO - I don't because of the obvious, I don't play in tournaments.
#9 - NO - I wont notice the difference anyways... maybe in a year or so...
#10 - NO - Same reason as #9
#11 - YES - Worse, I mark my golf balls right after buying them!
#12 - OCCASIONALLY - I just can't get enough of golf, If I could play every day, I would!

So, I have 4 YESes and 3 OCCASIONALLYs. I am geeked for golf and proud of it! I am passionate about golf and being a golf geek makes me happy. CHEERS!

Oh, did I mention I am a Double Glover?

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Phil Mickelson Confirms Absence at Next Week's British Open

Yesterday, Phil Mickelson confirmed on his official website, that he will not be playing at the 2009 British Open in Turnberry.

Lefty Says: "As a professional golfer, competing in major championships, and winning then, is my main objective. But I've always said family is my number one priority. For that reason I won't be playing the British Open at Turnberry next week."

Phil will surely be missed next week but I applaud him for his decision to be with his family during this trying time as his wife and mother battle cancer. With Lefty dropping out of the tournament, first alternate Ben Crane will get a chance to play next week.

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US Open: Paula Creamer and the Par 4 10th

Just a few minutes ago in Saucon Valley Country Club, Paula Creamer got a triple bogey at the Par 4 10th. It was so painful to watch that I found my self stressing out with every shot she made. The hole was setup to be at a drivable distance but instead of playing it safe and laying up, she used her driver from the teeing ground and went for it. I watched her fluorescent pink ball fly and land on a bunker. From this bunker, she had to hit over another bunker on to the green. The flagstick was probably 40 yards away. The bad part is, when she hit this shot, it almost seemed like she did a full swing and to make it worse, her club face hit the ball first before the sand which made it fly over 70 yards and into the rough over the green! From there, she had to chip 3 times before getting her ball on the green. She 2 putted after, for a triple bogey. Can Paula Creamer come back from this triple? Can't wait to find out!

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Alexis Thompson Rocks 2009 US Women's Open

14-year-old amateur Alexis Thompson played well today during the first round of the 2009 US Women's Open. Ending the day with an even par, she is currently tied for 6th place with 5 other players including Anna Nordqvist. Na Yeon Choi of Korea is currently on the lead while Lorena Ochoa, Christie Kerr and Jean Reynolds are tied for 2nd. Defending Champion Inbee Park is 4 over par and is currently tied for 50th.

Alexis Thompson has a very promising career ahead of her. She is predicted by many to be the up and coming star in women's golf. This girl definitely has talent. She won the 2008 US Girls' Junior Golf Championship, the Aldila Junior Classic and the Westfield Junior PGA Championship becoming the youngest winner in the history of the Junior PGA championship.

It would be really great if this talented young lady can contend on the weekend.

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Justin Timberlake to Write a Golf Book?

There's a rumor circulating that former NSYNC member Justin Timberlake will be writing a golf memoir. I searched the internet today and did find several articles about it, one of which is this article from The New York Observer. This fashionable lad is starting to impress me. His dedication to golf is something we can all look up to. His involvement with golf, I believe, keeps the young generation interested in the sport. Aside from being a golf ambassador, I applaud him for starting a golf charity event, The Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospital for Children Open. I also found out that he owns a modest environmentally friendly golf course in Tennessee. Cheers to you, JT!

US Women's Open NEEDS Michelle Wie

It's a shame that media sensation Michelle Wie is not playing at the 2009 US Women's Open. I think that her not qualifying for the event is a big blow to the LPGA especially now that everyone's focus is not on the event itself but the requested resignation of LPGA Commissioner Carolyn Bivens. Michelle Wie has a very big fan base and even if you are not a fan, admit it, you like watching and reading about her. She is one of if not the biggest name, and the most intriguing player in women's golf today. Her appearance at the US Women's Open will definitely attract attention from viewers and fans everywhere that would give the LPGA and the tournament the boost it very much needs.

The LPGA 2009 Official Money List has Michelle Wie ranked at #12. She is also in the top 10 on the list of Top 10 Finishes this year. So the question is, how can a player of this rank not qualify? There is clearly something wrong with this scenario.

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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

iPhone Users, Get Your FREE Open Championship Application Now

I just downloaded the British Open Application for my iPhone. Earlier this year, I have downloaded The Masters and The US Open iPhone applications and boy, it did help me get through those times when I couldn't locate a television nearby and wanted to know what was currently going on during the tournament. This application provides current scores, news, videos, and even player profiles. The only thing I am not sure of is if it will provide live streaming of the British Open just like the US Open application did. If you are like me, an iPhone user who is always on the go and is oh-so-busy at work, I suggest you download this application asap!

For weekly PGA tournaments, I suggest the iPhone Golf Tracker application by Plusmo.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Amari Avery: Golf Prodigy

Check out this video I stumbled upon on ABC-7 site. Her name is Amari Avery, a 5-year-old girl from Orange County, CA. With her golf skills and competitive nature, she could very well be a future LPGA star.

New Christina Ricci Book Coming Soon

A Girl's On-Course Survival Guide author Christina Ricci has another surprise up her sleeve. She is releasing a new book: Reach Your Goals Survival Guide: Learn How to Take Your Game to the Next Level. This book may be pre-ordered at a discounted price here. This book claims that it will aid both men and women golfers to realistically reach their goals. If this means shaving my handicap 2 points (it has gone up almost a point since I started tracking it over a month ago) before the year ends, then I guess it is worth a shot. Anything to be a better golfer! As written on an earlier blog entry, I very much enjoyed reading her first book. I look forward to getting my hands on a copy of this new book... Keeping my fingers crossed that it will have the same effect on me as the first one.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Sad News for Phil Mickelson

I heard that Phil Mickelson's mom just got diagnosed with breast cancer... such terrible news after his wife Amy's diagnosis a month and a half ago. I can't imagine the pain of having to battle this alongside his mom when his wife's battle just started.

Hang in there Phil!

Roger Federer vs. Tiger Woods

Tennis great Roger Federer ignited a Federer vs. Woods debate when he won his 6th Wimbledon title yesterday. Watching videos and reading blogs and articles about this discussion is interesting though not as interesting as reading comments posted by readers like the one on MSN Fox Sports. It is so obvious that the bottomline of some of the comments boils down to Golf vs. Tennis and not about the two athletes. Federer's win not just fueled the "Who is the Best Athlete Debate" but also the "Golf vs. Tennis Debate". As a passionate golfer, at times, I may be guilty of being biased but playing tennis and having experienced it as well somehow puts everything in perspective.

I wonder how these two guys are taking all this hype? We all know that Roger and Tiger are good friends, but even good friendships have their moments. Do they secretly have a rivalry? Is Roger secretly thinking "FINALLY!" and Tiger thinking "OH NO!"? Whatever is going on in their heads, I hope that it drives both of them to be even better at their game so we can watch more AWESOME golf and tennis!

Congratulations Roger on your 15th major. Your win makes me pray harder for Tiger to win the British Open in a couple of weeks!

It's Time for the 2009 US Women's Open

All eyes are on Bethlehem, Pennsylvania this week for the 2009 US Women's Open where Inbee Park will be defending her title at the Saucon Valley Country Club.

My Random Thoughts:

- Michelle Wie and Natalie Gulbis did not qualify! I was hoping that one of them would win the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic to secure teeing off on Thursday.

- Will Paula Creamer's famous Thumb Injury prevent her from playing well this week? I hope not!

- I wish I was in Bethlehem to follow one of the 7:55am groups: Hole #10 Start - Paula Creamer, In-Kyung Kim and Lorena Ochoa or Hole #1 Start - Christie Kerr, Anna Nordqvist and Yani Tseng

- Anyone can win this US Women's Open based on the randomness of past 2009 tournament winners... I can't come up with an early favorite.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

2009 AT&T National Tournament

I was closely following the AT&T National Tournament in Bethesda, MD this weekend. Defending champion Anthony Kim and host Tiger Woods were the early stars of the tourney until Hunter Mahan temporarily stole the limelight today when he shot 8 under par applying pressure on Tiger and AK. For several holes, Tiger Woods and Hunter Mahan were tied at -12 until Tiger's birdie on the 16th. In the end, Tiger Woods wins his own event at -13. Anthony Kim came in third with -9 and US Open Champ Lucas Glover at T5 with -7.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Golf Addict?

This long weekend, I was all over Southern California. It was a busy 4th of July weekend and squeezing in a round of golf is out of the question. Though I did not get to play, golf still consumed me. Aside from following the AT&T National Tournament (which is turning out to be one of the most exciting tournaments this year... Host Tiger Woods and defending champ Anthony Kim will be paired during tomorrow's final round), I found myself shopping for random golf stuff. I bought a few stuff at Puma... some Puma Golf shorts, pants, hat, jackets etc. The ladies at the Puma store in Santa Monica Promenade were really nice. We were talking about my love for Puma and Golf while I was shopping and they gave me an "I Love Geoff Ogilvy" pin. The pin was not for sale... Call me shallow but I felt really special!

That evening, I watched the 4th of July fireworks at Downtown Disney. While waiting for the fireworks to start, I went to the Disney store to kill time. Can you guess what I bought? Once again, it's Golf Golf Golf related. I bought Disney golf balls. I particularly got a box of 6 balls. Each ball came printed with the following Disney characters paying golf: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, Daisy Duck and Donald Duck. I don't know why I bought these balls, I know that I will never use them but I just had to buy something golf-related in Disney.

I think I am sick... Got the golf bug really bad! :(

Friday, July 3, 2009

Toying with the Idea: Yamaha 2009 Inpres X

Recently, I have been toying with the idea of changing some clubs in my bag. A month ago, I have made some minor changes (wrote about these changes here). Lately, I can't get the Yamaha 2009 Inpres X C's Hybrid/Utility and Fairway Wood out of my head. These clubs, once again are available at TourspecGolf, the home of awesome golf clubs! What I want to do, or shall I say, what I DREAM of doing, is toss my Taylormade Burner Rescue #3 and #4 and replace it with an 18* Yamaha 2009 Inpres X C's Fairway Wood and a 25* Utility. These clubs would be really nice to have but I keep reminding my self that I don't need them. Oh dear, I can already hear Sunny say "It's the Indian not the arrow!".

Yamaha 2009 Inpres X C's Ladies Utility available at Toursepec Golf by clicking here.
Yamaha 2009 Inpres X C's Ladies Fairway Wood available at Toursepec Golf by clicking here.
Photo from Tourspec Golf.