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When you wear FJ, you identify yourself as a player who is committed to the game...no matter the weather forecast!
As a way of saying thanks to you, the FJ Player, we would like to extend your golf season with three pieces from our FJ Layering System!
#1 - Our ProDry Performance Seamless Thermal Base Layer regulates body temperature is a non-restricting constructed shirt that fits closely to the skin to help regulate body temperature without interfering with the golf swing.
#2 - The Mixed Texture Sport Half Zip Pullover is a versatile piece that helps the player to adapt to changing weather conditions, providing insulation and protection from the elements.
#3 - Our FJ Thermal Fleece features strategically placed fleece panels keep your core temperature high without adding swing altering bulk. Stretch shoulder inserts were added for additional freedom of movement. A Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish helps keep you dry during mist or light rain conditions. The FJ Thermal Fleece is essential for cool weather play.
We will also throw in a pair of WinterSof golf gloves for good measure!
How do you enter to win these three layers of the FJ Layering System? Simply comment to this blog post and tell us about the best shot you hit all year!
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TWO winners will be randomly selected on Monday, 11/30/15. Deadline for entry is 12:00 pm ET on 11/29/15. Void where prohibited. Open to US residents 18 years or older. For additional rules and regulations click here. Also, this is not a male only sweepstakes, if a woman enters and wins we will offer comparable product from our women's lineup.
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Best shot all year (it was actually a putt):
I am not a long hitter by any means so birdies on par 5 are very difficult for me. This year I finally captured my first birdie on a par 5 (my friend actually caught the putt on video) at Greatwood Golf Course in Sugar Land, TX on hole # 14. The putt was about 20-25 ft and it felt good after it dropped.
My best shot of the year was my third hole in one. 110 yard par 3 with a pitching wedge.
Congrats bc. Best shot all year would an uphill par 3, 195 into the wind, and I roped a 4-iron in there that finished a foot from the hole. Flushed it, a little baby fade that was all over it the minute it got in the air......
Was actually an RBU (Rotten But Useful).....thinned a 3h on the second shot of a par 5. Ran and scooted up through the fairway and onto the green around 10' from the hole.
Best shotY ) ***s) I hit all year was with my 7 year old son this summer. We were playing Oak Trail in Disney and we got to the 140+/- yard par 3 9th hole (our last one). I was cruising around the course at 1 under through 8. He said, "Daddy, you have won every hole." He sounded quite dejected. I told him that we have 1 more hole to go and every hole is a new opportunity to do something special. He agreed and hit his tee shot on the green about 30 feet from the hole. I hit mine to about 15 feet. We both walked up to the green and he said, "Daddy you are going to win again." I said you never know what can happen in golf. He went to his ball and he 3-putted from 30 feet for a bogey. It was then my turn. It was my opportunity to create a memory. I made the best and most memorable 4-putt of my life (and his too). Double Bogey! He won the hole!!!! He would not stop telling everyone how he beat Daddy at golf. It was by far the best 4 shots of my year!
I was playing in a two-man scramble with a buddy. He had killed a drive on a par five and we only had a wedge left to the green. I hit the ball about 10 feet past the flag, but it spun back to about two feet. I made the putt for eagle. We ended up winning the tournament by shooting a 59. We had a bogey later in the round, but that eagle knocked it out.
Hole number two par four at Old Mill. Drive went left . Second shot sky high and comes up short. Chip with a sand wedge from about eight to ten feet off the green. Two bounces, rolls up hill, breaks to the right about three feet from the cup, and with the flag stick still in, rolls in for a birdie. Three co-players witnessed and helped the ball in the hole by cheering and yelling. High fives all around. The ProV1X made birdie and the day
My best shot all year was on a second shot on a par 5 at Blissful meadows Hole #16. It was one of the first few shots I hit with my new 915 Fd and I hit to about 8 feet and then canned it for Eagle.
My best shot happened to come the day I took my 3 year old daughter with me for the first time. It's a very short down hill par 4, but very tight. The entire hole is no more than 20 or 30 yards wide with tall trees on each side. There is only about a yard of grass behind the hole before you get to more tall trees and a house. The green is offset to the right and protected by a bunker and more trees. Your only options are to play left of the green or to hit a fade around the trees protecting the green. I hit a perfect fade that bounced just short of the green with left to right spin. It bounced on to the green and rolled right up to the pin. Unfortunately it didn't go in, but was still a great shot.
4 iron to 4 feet on Nantucket
An eagle on a par 5! Cut the corner on a big dogleg left. but my second shot went a little right. The green is elevated, over a creek, and by ending up on the right side, I was behind trees. I somehow got my shot up over/through the trees to the top tier of the green, and it rolled back down into the hole! Even had an audience of the guys standing on the next tee box!
My best shot was a shot from a high bunker that I "jarred" for a Birdie at Crescent Oaks GC in Tarpon Springs, FL.
It just happened. One down in a team play match last week, playing the par 4 11th and hole an 8 iron from 155 for a 2. Swung the momentum, birdied the next and cruised. Love this game, love my Titliest sticks and FJ gear. There is still a month left to hit a better one though!
My best shot of the year was on a par 4.It was a 340 yard hole cut through the trees. Hit 5 wood to about 100 yds out. Hit my 60 degree lob wedge and holed out for eagle.