From: Bobby Knight on 4 Aug 2006 22:09
On Fri, 04 Aug 2006 21:55:24 -0400, Bert Robbins <screw(a)you.com>
>Bobby Knight wrote:
>> On Fri, 04 Aug 2006 20:58:15 -0400, Bert Robbins <screw(a)you.com>
>>> Bobby Knight wrote:
>>>> On 4 Aug 2006 21:38:31 GMT, kstultz(a)comcast.net (Kenny Stultz) wrote:
>>>>>> Please stop this conversation/thread right now.
>>>>>> It could cost me.
>>>>>> I'm in enough trouble already:
>>>>>> There's only so much I can spend, ya know?
>>>>>> Have a heart, Kenny, have a heart!
>>>>> LOL!!!! I know what you mean. If only my wallet were bigger than my wish
>>>> If only I could buy a game!!! (sigh)
>>> I will sell you mine. Cash only.
>> I'll have to test drive it first.
>This ain't no car dealership.
>It is a nice game, goes well in wind and rain and sunshine.
I'll swap you even. Then we'll play a $100 Nassau.
Someone likes every shot
From: Robert Hamilton on 6 Aug 2006 14:01
Kenny Stultz wrote:
> In article <l3t6d2p05ht7pi15bgiqb0sk7ginjrs7i2(a)4ax.com>, bearlysane(a)XShawX.ca
> >On 4 Aug 2006 12:52:50 GMT, stultz(a)wai.com (Kenny Stultz) wrote:
> >>I had the same experience with the BOM. The first one I had felt like it had
> >>hot face. The one I have now (with the location of the hosel moved slightly)
> >>doesn't feel the same at all.
> >>I vascillate on trying the Bangenstein. Although it's not on the
> >>non-conforming driver list and would be legit to use in any nickel-dime club
> >>thing I might play in, I have to admit I'm a little put off by the fact it
> >>doesn't appear on the conforming driver list.
> >>It would be just my luck for it to show up on the non-conforming list as soon
> >>as I buy one.
> >I didn't know there was any questions about the Bangenstein being
> >conforming. Bought mine a couple of years ago and as far as I
> >know/knew it is conforming. I will give the Bangenstein two thumbs up
> >as a head. I'm using an Alpha Platinum 2 stiff flex shaft which seems
> >to work for me. As for frequency and other stuff I have no clue, it
> >was the stiffest shaft the wholesaler had in the Alpha (It did have a
> >bunch of numbers on a label on it but it is now under the grip). I
> >liked the shaft so much I put into my new 3 wood an Alpha C830.2.
> Put bang in the search box and see what you get. I don't think the Bangenstein
> was ever submitted for testing.
> Kenny Stultz - Troll and SPAM intolerant
> "Golf is the only sport where a precise knowledge of the Rules can
> earn one a reputation for bad sportsmanship"
Maybe not, but it is called the FU2 in "honor" of the USGA.