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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The best feeling for me is hitting a shot inside 100 yards to within a few feet. Love attacking the pin with my wedges!
The best feeling I have had was in our clubs version of the Ryder cup and making a 12 foot snake on 18 after our opponents made birdie for what they thought was gonna be a half point to retain the trophy.
That putt won us the event......... I have tried that same putt a few times since that day and have not been able to get the same result.
To me, the best feeling is actually pulling off the recovery shot from an apparently impossible position--e.g., around and under/over trees with a large hook or slice--that puts you in position to par or birdie the hole. Sort of like Bubba's shot at the Masters last year.
The best feeling on a course is being able to casually walk up to a noisy crowded tee, such as the first hole at a busy course, and being able to lace one right down the middle. After you've made that distinct sound with a driver, anyone that wasn't paying attention now is. Anyone that wasn't silent while you were hitting, now is. Anyone that was gawking at your wild Bermuda style golf shorts, now speaks easy. Anyone that had pre-determined judgements of what kind of golfer you were just by your looks or style, now speaks with a foot in their mouths. They all first reflect on your ball flight which has split the fairway like a hot knife through butter. They then reflect on the player, myself, passively walking back toward my bag or cart and only seeing the Joys of my heels as I act like I've been there, done that. It's all in the walk, its all in how you carry yourself. The shoes are the most important part of that equation. There isn't a better feeling.
Hitting the shot flush and the ball goes exactly where you aimed it. Nothing better in my opinion.
Weather I played poorly or great, my best feeling is when we finish and I shake hands with a new friend!
Connecting with the ball, nature, friends and your inner self …The contagious feeling about golf that draws you back on course no matter what type of round you had the day before !
The best feeling is hitting a long winding put on 18 to win the skin and the match. After lining it up, you just know it's going in so you can close your eyes and wait to hear as the ball rolls in the cup.
The best feeling? Easy - any day I am golfing is a great day.
So who won?
The Winners are Beej and UHmidnight! I will email the winners to select their prizes.
thanx devin and FJ i'll wear them with pride
going with that BOA closure and give it a try
Congrats Beej and a new name out there, UHMidnight.
The best feeling in golf is when you picture the exact shot you want to hit in your head and pull it off to perfection.
Just got an email notification that I was 1 of 7 winners for last week! Awesome feeling since my golf shoes desparately needed to be replaced! Thanks Foot Joy, I'll put them to good use.