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    ??? can i use a rosin bag to keep my right hand dry in this humid golf weather??

    thanks
    " the only shots you can be dead sure of are those you've had already."

    WHATS IN THE BAG

    Ping I20 9.5 stiff
    Sonartec 2.5 3/5 woods
    Mcgregor hybrids 3,4,5
    Ping i20
    MacGregor response
    Snickers tour bag
    Pro V1

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    Re: Rosin bag

    Where can you get a rosin bag?
    MY BAG:
    Titleist 14-way stand bag
    Titleist 915 D3
    Titleist 909 F2
    Titleist 585H Hybrid
    Titleist 731pm irons
    Titleist Vokey 50, 54, 58
    Scotty Cameron Circa 62 #2

    "I have a tip that can take five strokes off anyone's golf game: it's called an eraser." ~Arnold Palmer

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    • #3
      Re: Rosin bag

      national sports
      " the only shots you can be dead sure of are those you've had already."

      WHATS IN THE BAG

      Ping I20 9.5 stiff
      Sonartec 2.5 3/5 woods
      Mcgregor hybrids 3,4,5
      Ping i20
      MacGregor response
      Snickers tour bag
      Pro V1

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      • #4
        Re: Rosin bag

        I believe it is acceptable but will let the resident rullies weigh in. Any bowling alley pro shop should carry them.
        In the Ogio Grom on the Red Clicgear 3.0:
        Driver: Ping G LS Tec - Tour 65X
        Fairway: Ping G - Tour 80X
        Hybrid: TaylorMade SLDR TP - Matrix hm3 95-X
        Irons: Mizuno JPX 850 Forged - DGX100
        Wedges: Vokey SM5 50.08 F grind, 54.10 S grind & 58.11 K grind - DGS400
        Putter: Piretti CU

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        • #5
          Re: Rosin bag

          Baseball section in any major sports retailer.
          In The Bag:
          Cobra FlyZ+ 8.5 w/Axe SWD50
          Adams XTD Ti 15 w/Axe SL Tour
          G15 Hybrids 17 & 20 & 24
          G25 Irons 5 - U
          Wishon CX Micro 52, 56, 60
          Odyssey BSTD #9 or TM Spider Belly

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          • #6
            Re: Rosin bag

            The use of rosin to dry one's hands appears to be within the Rules according to 14-3(c)(ii).

            "Except as provided in the Rules, during a stipulated round the player must not use any artificial device or unusual equipment (see Appendix IV for detailed specifications and interpretations), or use any equipment in an unusual manner:

            a. That might assist him in making a stroke or in his play; or

            b. For the purpose of gauging or measuring distance or conditions that might affect his play; or

            c. That might assist him in gripping the club, except that:
            (i) gloves may be worn provided that they are plain gloves;
            (ii) resin, powder and drying or moisturizing agents may be used; and
            (iii) a towel or handkerchief may be wrapped around the grip."
            This isn't a dress rehearsal. Enjoy yourself. There's no do-over.

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            • #7
              Re: Rosin bag

              Originally posted by mpare View Post
              The use of rosin to dry one's hands appears to be within the Rules according to 14-3(c)(ii).

              "Except as provided in the Rules, during a stipulated round the player must not use any artificial device or unusual equipment (see Appendix IV for detailed specifications and interpretations), or use any equipment in an unusual manner:

              a. That might assist him in making a stroke or in his play; or

              b. For the purpose of gauging or measuring distance or conditions that might affect his play; or

              c. That might assist him in gripping the club, except that:
              (i) gloves may be worn provided that they are plain gloves;
              (ii) resin, powder and drying or moisturizing agents may be used; and
              (iii) a towel or handkerchief may be wrapped around the grip."
              Interesting. Yesterday I spilled Gatorade on my right hand and it did help me grip the club as my palm got sticky. By the letter of the law, I would say I'm in violation of the rules.

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              • #8
                Re: Rosin bag

                Originally posted by davepratt View Post
                Interesting. Yesterday I spilled Gatorade on my right hand and it did help me grip the club as my palm got sticky. By the letter of the law, I would say I'm in violation of the rules.
                I think you may have miss read the rule:

                c. That might assist him in gripping the club, except that:
                (i) gloves may be worn provided that they are plain gloves;
                (ii) resin, powder and drying or moisturizing agents may be used; and
                (iii) a towel or handkerchief may be wrapped around the grip."


                Gatorade can be considered as a moisterizing agent and as such is allowed.
                Resolve to be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant with the weak and wrong, because sometime in your life, you will have been all of these. Dr. Robert H. Goddard




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                • #9
                  Re: Rosin bag

                  Originally posted by dcap View Post
                  Where can you get a rosin bag?
                  Most fitness shops should have. Guys at my gym use it as I find it all over the 90 to 120 lbs dumbells.
                  Mike R.

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