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Comment from: john [Visitor]
This is a question ... do any of you know what happened to Jennifer Mills of The Golf Channel? I see she is not there this year? What happened? Anyone know?
04/11/06 @ 21:45
Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Visitor]
That is one very pretty set of golf clubs. It's important that your daughter like the look of them because they'll keep her interested and "cool-looking" on the course.

The price is fair too.
04/12/06 @ 09:04
Comment from: Jay [Visitor]
How did your daughter become 'more interested' over the year ?
Is this one of those manifestation of "Wie phenomena" ?
04/12/06 @ 19:46
Comment from: jon [Visitor]
A casual observation. I think irons (La Jolla, Suqare Two, etc) are more than adequate. They are actually pretty good for the starter kids' set. However, the woods are awful. It will ruin a kid's game, if he/she becomes half decent. Even though I harbor a lingering grudge against the Taylormade over their phasing out of R580 driver, the Taylormade has a great system for unior golfers (other brand name companies probably have a similar system, like Ping, I am just not famimliar with them). They have a great junior set and can be upgraded to a longer set for $100 bucks or so. I suggest you give the Taylormade a try. Can't really go wrong with them. ........ To the good and responsive folks at the wonderful Taylormade company... when are you gonna take the screws out of your drivers??? I had been using the Taylormade clubs for eons. The only club I now use is V-Steel, and only sparingly at that. Good Day. Just another rant....Sorry....
04/15/06 @ 12:42
Comment from: Kristy Mittelman [Visitor]
You made some nice points there. I did a search on the subject matter and found most guys will consent with your blog.
01/07/11 @ 15:11

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