Would you like a chance to win the all new M:Project shoe from FJ before they hit store shelves? Well here is your chance!
The M:Project shoe is all about feeling the ground during the swing, being "in-tune with what is underfoot."
When you're out playing golf, what's the best feeling you have experienced? Is it a buttery 5 - iron with a slight draw? Is it the ocean breeze as you walk up the 18th? Draining a putt on the final hole to take home the days' bets?
Comment below telling us what your best feeling in golf is and you are entered to win!
Ladies out there? Please enter as well and if you win we will offer you a comparable shoe from our women's line! Unless you are willing to wait until June when the Ladies M:Project shoes will be ready to ship.
The period to enter will be Thursday January 31, 2013 - Friday February 8, 2013 at 12:00 pm. Two winners will be chosen at random February 8, 2013 following the sweepstakes period.
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Sinking that 20ft putt and nobody to watch it...
Pulling off the shot that no one in the group thought was possible, making par (or better) from position X. When I was younger I used to love the feeling of metal spikes on concrete though, still get chills just thinking about it.
The best feeling is playing that round where everything comes together, and all of your practice and hard work shows up in a record score. You feel like you have made it to the mountain top.
Having become a poor chipper around the greens (despite a lot of time spent practicing), I've become accustomed to putting whenever possible as my means of approach. The best feeling I have with regard to golf is being 70-90 feet off the green and rolling the ball within 5 feet or closer of the whole. Made two putts that were close to 100 feet in length from off the green just this past year. Gets lots of strange looks from playing partners, but if it works, I'm not gonna fix it.
The anxious feeling when you walk up to the first tee, gripping the club, staring out at the fairway, and you're the first one to the tee. No pressure there! I love that feeling. That's how diamonds are made: time and pressure.
walking off any golf course with your mates or an apponent , win or loss knowing you that you played your best and knowing you'll be back for more !
So many outstanding feelings from golf - and hard to differentiate feelings from memories. Best feeling: carrying that tee shot over water/hazard to land safely in fairway. Best memories: making twenty-foot to first match-play win, hole-in-one, attending 2012 Ryder Cup.
Golfing with best friends in wonderful places is great. However, the best feeling I've ever had was leaving the first tee after starting my first round with my 10-year-old daughter. Priceless and unforgettable.
The best feeling is just being out there playing. The old saying that "a bad day on the course is better than a good day at work" is definitely true.
The best I have experienced while out playing a round, is just being out. Playing with family and or friends. Nothing is better.
Nothing like a great round with friends and a cold margarita atbthe bar after!
Now if you hit a good shot, just one, and that tuning fork rings in your loins and you can't wait to get back and do it again. - Roy McAvoy
jniewierski, Thank you for that one! EPIC
When I can play with my boys and watch them enjoy the game...Hands down!