No, they actually don't make a larger head size. This is 3,000 sq inches.
You’ve all been anxiously awaiting it and here it is – 55s. Don’t knock it. You’ll be there too someday. I may not make it that far, but surely you will.
9.0 has only four teams and Dallas brings a strong bunch to the mix. They are joined by Houston, San Antonio and Fort Worth. Brookhaven/Goswami steamrolled through Dallas flight play this year going 27-3 over ten matches. Pretty good for some country club boys. Of course the Houston team went undefeated in lines but there were only two teams in the entire city so they played each other four times. Not to be outdone, San Antonio matches Houston, also going 4-0. 12-0 against only one other team. How about some variety guys? By contrast, I’m sure the Fort Worth team is embarrassed only going 4-1, 11-4 against their one opponent.
8.0 has two flights with Dallas competing against Austin, NOHO, SETX and Lubbock. The second flight shows Houston, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, NETX and Fort Worth. As for Dallas’ chances, Austin had a so-so flight play season. Spearman’s boys in NOHO look pretty tough. There are some very familiar names coming from SETX. And Lubbock is either bad or has done a great job of hiding the goods. I’m going with the former. With Dallas, NOHO and SETX, this is a tough flight.
This is a quick turn from the 40s recap so I didn’t do a lot of in-depth analysis. Also I’m not 55 so I don’t really care. But good luck none-the-less to the older crowd. And congratulations on drawing the enviable resort location of Beaumont.