There's going to be a war over the anchored putter. Why did the R&A wait forty years to finally make it an issue? Just like the "Old World" thinkers; they catch up after about half a century and then screw everything up around them. :h
I just read recently that Jeep has one of the worst records for mechanical integrity on a website that rates vehicles. :h
What website is this? Of all the Jeeps in my family,of which there are four,they are some of the most durable vehicles out there. My sister would not drive anything else.The family is very happy with them.They have won awards on their products and have a devoted following second to none. The Wrangler has one of the highest resale values out there.A buddy of mine has three and still drives his old Cherokee with 424,000 miles in his business. And none of these people have bad credit! Just cause a dealer has some goofy promotion doesnt mean the brand is no good.
I had to really look back through the archives to find the article. It was in Consumer Reports. Actually not a website but an article.
Test drive it and make sure everything works. Have a qualified mechanic inspect it and make sure everything works. Make sure it is the car you want. Make sure the price is right. Make sure parts are available and affordable. Make sure the insurance is reasonable. :C
Didn't make it to the course. Too many new things popped up. Speaking of flexibility; my daughter is a therapist and she says I'm so tightly wound (muscle-wise) that she's amazed I can swing a club at all. :E