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Forum Thread of the Day: “The dynamics of the partnership between Jason Day and Steve Williams”

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Today’s Forum Thread of the Day comes from MountainGoat who delves into the recently formed partnership between Jason Day and Steve Williams. MountainGoat mentions how their collaboration looks to extend far beyond a regular player/caddie relationship, citing how Williams appears to be “instructing Jason on what shots to hit,” as well as “suggesting equipment changes” — in the form of a new softer ball. Our members discuss MountainGoat’s theory and share their thoughts on the partnership.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • JAMH03: “Guess JD is a “we” guy. Which totally makes sense if SW has spent 20+ years with some of the world’s elite he does have relevant experience to draw on for JD or most anybody I reckon.”
  • 00steven: “This might be the right thing to save Jason Day’s career. Not that it’s horrible, but he has a lot of potential. Seems to me he’s trying hard to impress Stevie too.”
  • bspn: “The mental side of the game has always been one of Day’s biggest weaknesses. His pre-shot visualization and breathing routine is painful to watch at times, so if SW can help anywhere it will be cutting out the crap and just hitting the shot – Day clearly has the talent so getting rid of some of the BS and just playing golf might be good for him.”
  • dalehead: “If Stevie can get Jason on the right track I’ll give him his due. Until then, I’ll continue to believe it’s easy to build a reputation as a great caddy when you’ve toted the bags of players like Ray Floyd, Greg Norman, and Tiger Woods.”
  • PowderedToastMan: “Jason Day is one of those guys that benefits more so than the average tour player from a great caddie. Many of the legends of the game consider Steve Williams one of the best caddies, if not the best. It has the potential to be a great relationship.”

Entire Thread: “The dynamics of the partnership between Jason Day and Steve Williams”

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Best shallow/low to the ground hybrid – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been talking shallow hybrids. WRXer ‘Bunta’ is on the hunt for a low to the ground hybrid and is open to new or older options, and our members have been sharing their picks in our forum.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • A-A-Roncc: “I think shallow faced hybrids and fairway woods is synonymous with Ping. Not sure what other modern hybrids would be significantly shallow compared to others though… As far as older models go, Tight Lies commercials come to mind.”
  • SwingMan: “Ping G425, and don’t worry… hopefully. Or Tour Edge Exotic. The Ping, though, is very consistent.”
  • PanchiCab: “As you said before, any ping would be great as they are designed with shallow faces, I recommend you to try also Titleist tsi2/ts2/h1 and TaylorMade m2/4/6/sim max, but take care of the shaft, most come stock with high launch offerings that have soft tips and that can end up in ‘fore left’.”

Entire Thread: “Best shallow/low to the ground hybrid”

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What are the best golf grips? – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing grips. WRXer ‘Hogan9’, who recently switched to Lamkin and has been impressed, wants to know what grips fellow members use and why, and they’ve been sharing their top choices in our forum.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • double_d: “Golf pride Tour Wrap Jumbo. I am a man of simple tastes.”
  • CaptainPat: “Golf Pride MCC+4 midsize. SC Pistolero on the putter.”
  • GolfManCollin: “Iomic Grips. I use them on all 14 clubs.”
  • cjblake09: “I was a GP MCC Plus 4 midsize for the longest time but have recently switched over to the GP Z Grip midsize. Love them, and they are great for this time of year in Texas.”

Entire Thread: “What are the best golf grips?”

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Your favorite draw-biased driver and why? – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing draw-biased drivers. WRXer ‘Pete52’ recently tried out TaylorMade’s SIM2 Max driver and was impressed with the dispersion, and asks fellow members for their picks for top draw-biased drivers in our forums.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Nelson.br.1515: “I have the Callaway Big Bertha B21 driver and love it. Sounds great, solid distance and mishits are comparable in distance to centered strikes. Most consistent driver I have ever had, better than Callaway Fusion & Ping G400 Max.”
  • Davidv: “If you want a draw driver with good distance, then the Ping 425 SFT is the one. I had it, and it definitely has a draw bias almost impossible to hit a slice or cut shot.”
  • PZero: “M6 D Type. I’m hitting bombs with it.”
  • Wardonation: “RadSpeed XD. No brainer.”

Entire Thread: “Your favorite draw-biased driver and why?”

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