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Quick Look: TAG Tiger Woods

Discussion in 'Tag Heuer Replicas' started by daytona4me, Oct 12, 2008.

  1. daytona4me

    daytona4me Cat Herder - Administrator Staff Member    

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    Just took some quick snaps of this Tiger Woods yesterday before shipping it to my customer.
    I'm really impressed with the quality of these watches. Amazing imo..

    Just gawk and then post nice things... :lol:

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  2. R2D4

    R2D4 ɹoʇɐɹʇsᴉuᴉɯp∀ Staff Member      

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    Flowers, Sugar and Spice make everything nice. :wink: This would make a good group buy maybe?
     
  3. cybee

    cybee I'm Still Here.    

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    I have a gen version of this watch with the dimpled dial. The TW reps are excellent.
     
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    Does the watch come with the boxset as 'perfectclowns' or is that just the dimple dialed version?

    @Cybee,is the rubber strap 'vanilla' scented as every gen Tag with rubber I've looked at has been. I must be a bit strange with my strap smelling fetish...or am I? :shock:
     
  5. daytona4me

    daytona4me Cat Herder - Administrator Staff Member    

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    any watch comes with that set if I want it too..
     
  6. guru

    guru Well-Known Member      

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    I got the black pne for me and the white pne for my wife. Both watches are in pur golf bags and see our wrist at least twice a week for 4 hours.
     
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    sconehead RWI SUPPORTER    

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    Strap smell, I need to know... :?
     
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    R2D4 ɹoʇɐɹʇsᴉuᴉɯp∀ Staff Member      

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    You are not alone my vanilla distracted friend, I too have this problem. :D
     
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    Very nice Tag !!
     
  10. russianhockeynut

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    Awsome watch!! Where did this one come from?
     
  11. Panerino

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    I like the "fuzzy strap".......just kidding :D :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Been looking into buying this watch for a friend of mine who would love to have it. But, am I off (or too picky) -- the gen pics I found on the TH site show the hour markers on the dial are a single, unbroken line from the dimpled center to the edge of the dial. The reps seem to have a clear break in the hour markers.

    While a rep fan for years, I don't claim to have the most discerning eye for minute details....which is why this seemingly-glaring issue really makes me question purchasing this watch. I've looked through the many of the dealer posts/sites, and can't seem to find one without the issue I describe.

    Any ideas, thoughts are very welcome.
     
  13. cybee

    cybee I'm Still Here.    

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    I have the gen version TW with dimpled face..even with the real thing there are some variations but I really wouldnt worry about it. No rep is perfect. The TW rep is nice IMO.

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    guru Well-Known Member      

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    my wifes
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    R2D4 ɹoʇɐɹʇsᴉuᴉɯp∀ Staff Member      

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    Cybee do you Golf? Guru has proved it, can you? :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
     
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    Who is the best source for this model?
     
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    R2D4 ɹoʇɐɹʇsᴉuᴉɯp∀ Staff Member      

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    guru Well-Known Member      

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    Hi Cybee, that is really good, I played an 82 yesterday which was good for me. Never played a 76.
    I guess if you play 82 you are pissed :D :D :D My goal is to be a single HC this year.
     
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    R2D4 ɹoʇɐɹʇsᴉuᴉɯp∀ Staff Member      

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    Look here Beeoch, I asked if you played golf and it's clear that you do not. Any golfer worth a Shiet has a handicap in the double digits. I bet you can only score in the 70's where I on the other hand am clearly superior with scores in the mid-90's. You sir are no golfer! :D
     
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    guru Well-Known Member      

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    When I played the first time under 100 I thought I can play Golf :D :D
     
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    R2D4 ɹoʇɐɹʇsᴉuᴉɯp∀ Staff Member      

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    Guru,

    I have played since I was 10 years old off and on until....well when I cannot walk anymore. :wink: I am 40 going on 41 and now shoot in the lower 90's consistently. My problem is I have way too much fun playing golf. I do have a hole in hole and many memorable eagles but I cant stay consistent. I blame my kids! Yeah that's right, my children. If they didn't play traveling baseball and fastpitch I would be able to compete with Cybee. KIDS, gotta love em, pass the beer nuts.
     
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    Hi guru..Maybe I can come to Germany and we can play some golf one day. An 82 is actually a good score. A lot depends on the course difficulty and the rating of the golf course. The course I usually play on is about 6800 yards long from the men's tees. Some of my friends always play from the back tees but they are really long hitters but I would rather play from the men's tees all the time if I can. :D

    I started playing golf at about age 8. I had some tuna cans in the backyard when I was growing up and we would practice our putting in the tuna cans all day long. I think you will shoot in the 70's one of these days. Just figure out what part of your game needs the most work and then practice. :D Since I am not a long hitter my scoring is focused on the short game and putting. I try to play the golf course from about 150 yards in focusing more on a good short game rather than bombing every drive...

    It's nice to know we have some golfers here. Maybe we need a permanent golf thread. :D

    Guru: I would love to see where you play in Germany..I bet it is very scenic but you probably get snow in the winter. In California we can play all year.

    It sounds like R2 wants a challenge match with us :lol:
     
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    R2D4 ɹoʇɐɹʇsᴉuᴉɯp∀ Staff Member      

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    Now your pissing me off, no wonder why your so good. The snow is still melting at my house today. I had a tee time for April 4th but my daughter has a parents day at the university and I can't miss that. No worries though, I will play and anyone who wants to experience Minnesota is more than welcome to join me on the tour. :wink: Cybee, I would love to hit the links with you on my next trip. Guru, no plans for me to go to Germany yet but I would like that too.

    Cheers!
     
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    R2D4,

    I am playing now 4 years, started the first time when I was on a business trip in Raleigh. Problem, I was already 51, too old. I got hucked on it and I normally play a min of 3 x 18 holes during the week. 2 years ago I played 48 tournaments during 1 year. My HC went down from 28 to 18. Now I am at 12 and it is getting more and more difficult. Wish I would have started with 10 like you. Can't believe this young kids with 16 which have a drive of 260 + yards. Never played an eagle or a hole in one. I normally play around 85 but 2 weeks ago I played 106. Don't know what happened, came home and my day was done :x :x :x

    Cybee

    I am a member here: http://www.golf-bondorf.de/
    here a link of the 27 holes: http://www.golf-bondorf.de/27-loch-anlage.html

    The course is about 6300 yards, and yes, I am also no long hitter.
    The course is very nice and we can play in the Wintertime when we do not have snow.
    The nice part of this is that you become a long hitter when the ground is frozen. And also, some of the PAR 5 you can tee off on the Woman tee's during Winter time. This is the only way for me to get to the green with 2 strokes on a PAR 5. I also do my points on the green with putting. Sometimes I go out and just practise puttting for 2 hours or so. It really helps.

    Yes, I am in for a golf threat and when you have the opportunity to come to Germany we will go.
     
  26. cybee

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    Sounds we need an RWI golf outing. I would love to travel to Minnesota and play a round but the snow will have to thaw first. :lol: One place I have always wanted to play is Whistling Straights golf course but it is in Wisconsin. That looks like a great course.

    I really need to get out more since I hardly ever leave California...but we did get to Canada a couple years ago and played golf in Banff, Alberta...WOW what a pretty course. Check out a few vacation pics and check out the hotel we stayed at in the background. Awesome!

    Now look what you started R2..I am getting all excited now :roll:

    I hope D4Me doesnt mind us stealing his thread. :D

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    anyone else got some golf pics :lol:
     
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    Did someone say golf outing? Count me in.

    I have played since high school, so I should be pretty good. However, I have to agree with R2D4 in that kids ruin a good golf game. Consistency is a fickle mistress when it comes to golf - especially if you are hurting from getting up to feed the twins at 3am.
     
  28. cybee

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    OOPS I just missed your post Guru..That looks like a very nice club where you play and for only playing 4 years you are shooting good scores. Once your handicap gets lower then a lot of the improving is in the mental area. Having confidence is a big part of playing good golf. :D

    Hello TAGfan..Looks like we have a foursome now. :D
     
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    Hey there -- I agree Cybee, that is a nice looking course.

    I have always wanted to play Banff. That is, I have always wanted to play it in real life....the video games just don't do it justice I'm sure.
     
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    @ Cybee...the PAR3 downhill, 180 yards? That looks really nice, I love it.

    I do not have so many nice pics but let me show what I have....

    Mens Golf every Wednesday at the laf way house: Me in the middle

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