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(03-06-2012 07:16 PM)john1580 Wrote: are you guys any good ?
(03-06-2012 03:44 PM)jd2k2003 Wrote: I have mattingly stuff, probably stuff you already have or looked through. If you end up w/ more griffey's though I'd love to help your habit
This hobby like any other, is easy to lose sight on the amount your spending. Just takes some will power and self control. As not fun as it is, responsibility should come first especially when you have bills, kids and other responsibilities.
(03-07-2012 08:56 AM)jd2k2003 Wrote: I've been playing for about 3 years now and am usually around 100-108 on the majority of courses. My Driver needs some work or I just need a Driver fitted for me since I'm using a hand me down R9 Burner...The R11 makes me drool.
My Irons are a set of Ping 2010 Fitted just right for me, that we found on clearance. Someone special ordered and never came to pick em up. Win for me, even had the 1/4" extension.
As for my Uncle and Dad, they consistently hit 68-80 at any course we play. Handicap of -7 I think while I'm usually floating between -30 and -32.
(03-11-2012 04:36 PM)expediter Wrote: Anybody have any Cashner, Baldelli or Zobrist autos/gu'd/#<50 for trade?
(03-06-2012 04:08 PM)ryancholden Wrote: All of these are great thoughts and much appreciated! It's fun to see how different people go about their justification on spending hard earned money on this hobby differently. And in case I misled any of you, I have a great job, great pay, own a home, pay the bills on time blah blah blah. But I have a hard time justifying golfing a couple times a month during the summer for $30 a pop, and now I find myself spending that a month in shipping traded cards. Yikes!
(03-11-2012 04:41 PM)expediter Wrote: $30 a month seems like alot...using paypal merchant tools...you can ship up to 3 ounces first class with delivery confirmation for $1.64.
And, you don't have to get paid through paypal to ship the item...Just use the create buttom...set the preset for first class package 3 ounces (since 1 2 or 3 ounces are the same price.).
Hope this is worth price of the Cashner card.