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ole gray replied to hckymeyer's topic in Official Forum Member ReviewsThese dawgs will hunt huh partner!? Love em
gaussman1 replied to Middler's topic in Golf Rules DiscussionThat's true some comments do suggest otherwise, and I hear you that some are unhappy with the rule change itself. I don't love it myself, but if I'm going to make more putts it's staying in. Sent from my Pixel 3 using MyGolfSpy mobile app
jlukes replied to jlukes's topic in FREE ClassifiedsSold and payment received! This thread can be locked.
I'm sort of that way a bit. (See signature) I too only carry 13 clubs. At this time and based on my home course 13 clubs are all that fit my game. If you ever want to get another fitting one day I know a guy close to you that's been fitting and building clubs for 30 years. Nice equipment BTW.
Larryd3 replied to Golfspy_CG2's topic in Coupons and ContestsMy set of P790 irons arrived today. Beautiful irons. Thanks MGS!
PlaidJacket replied to edingc's topic in Clubmaking/Club Repair/FittingAll I can say or add is my own experience. My fitter also builds each club. Club by club. No, I didn't stand there and watch him to make sure. All that necessary was for me to receive my fitting from him and then step into his shop and listen to him tell me how he builds each club. He also gave me a quick lesson as to how he goes about it. One at a time. I never thought about until today but my clubs are blue printed. That's just what he does. He's a meticulous kind of guy actually. But perhaps more importantly he takes pride in his work and built his reputation on it and his 30 years of experience. I remember while talking to him about the build process and such and me saying something sort of indifferent like it didn't really matter. He stopped dead cold and looked me in the eye saying, "this is the way I build - every club. I don't cut corners. It takes a little more time". I was like... OK man. Gees.. didn't mean to strike a nerve. LOL Anyway... this guy proved to me how important proper club fitting and an accurate exacting build can be. The results were a fantastic playing set of irons in all categories and by all measures. I've played lots of different brands and models through the years but the Wishons I play now are in a class by themself. Of course my fitter could have worked the same magic with most any brand. But in my case it's due equally to the fitting and the build. The Wishon heads I play (771csi) are a great head and rank right up there with any other quality big name product on the market. Maybe even better?
Jmikecpa replied to hckymeyer's topic in Everything Else!She is a hell of a lot smarter than that. I got back home to Long Island today and all I have been told is it is from SeeMore. Have to wait to see exactly what it is. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
For the paint fill with the alignment, Testors is my go to product. You can also purchase paint pens that work pretty well too. I posted a thread about my wedge makeover that I can link you if you want. I'm not sure which route to go with the shaft. If it were me, I would strip it all and start over, so it all matches. You may also be able to just buy a black shaft and reshaft it.
But do you have any non-scale victories? Pants feel looser? Stuck to your program? People have noticed you lost weight? When the scale fails look for other victories. Sometimes they are more important. Hang in there - the weight loss will come. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
Only because I’m just seeing this nifty. I’m a bit younger but I played in a variety of bands even though my preference was always long haired (classical) stuff. Right after college but before children I had a very nice run as the 5 trumpet player in a big band. The other 4 guys were all big name, swing era vets. My job was to fill in on each part as they needed breaks - they were all in their 60’s but could still really play. We did all the Big Band standards - Glen Miller, Dorsey Brothers, Bennie Goodman, that kind of stuff. I really enjoyed it and the guys had stories to tell, oh did they have stories. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
42* at 7:30 this morning and we were the fourth group off the tee so we backed up and started on #17. I shot a 41/42:83 today with 3 birdies, 7 pars, 3 bogies, 3 doubles & 2 triples. Man was this round a roller coaster ride.....6/14 Fairways and 9/18 GIR’s. Net the 83 with my 20 Hcap and my 63 took 1st place. My clubs were the PowerBilt Air Force Ones and I was putting with my Ping Ketsch. Clubs I had not used in 8 years. The birdies were Par 3 #2, Par 4 #9 & Par 4 #14. What a round! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
@BuckyCC, I haven't listened to music doing the protocols, yet. But since you mentioned it, I might just have to. Just need to remember to charge the wireless ear buds because I only think of them at the most inconvenient times. I just finished week number 16. I got an email from Daisy where she told me she saw somewhere I could improve my numbers....my yellow club. She encouraged me to ramp up the speed as this club is used to really prime the body for the rest of the workout. You'll notice in my numbers that I'm as fast or faster with my green club. I'm working to improve that, but for some reason I just don't get along with it as well as my other clubs. But, this training is all about improvement and I am intent on getting faster with it. I had a great week training, I matched or exceeded four previous speeds, all with the green and blue clubs. The one I'm most proud of is hitting 109 with my heaviest club. My next goal is to see the radar with the number 120 on it. The double step is becoming more fluid and I'm seeing better speeds, but all the fastest swings this week are normal ones. @MikeLambert, keep up the great work! Those driver swing speeds without a ball are awesome! I don't think you'll have any problem reaching your target of 90 mph when there's a ball there. Everything I've heard and read has said that you're actually slower when swinging without a ball. I'm really curious to see where you're at. Sent from my SM-G955U using MyGolfSpy mobile app
Bryndom replied to GolfSpy MPR's topic in Training Aids, GPS Devices, Apps, Accessories & More!First, congrats on your purchase! I've had a Skytrak for a few years and really can say without hesitation it has helped me more than anything in getting my swing/game dialed in. A few suggestions and thoughts: 1) Check out the Skytrak forums on the golf simulator forums. The company has some of the tech developers in charge of the software often posting on those forums so its a great place for info and connecting with other Skytrak users... There are many FAQs to help answer common issues and problems as well. 2) I found that the USB connection to my computer was far more reliable than WIFI...so may be something there to help with the misreads, if you are using WIFI 3) The height of the device also affected my reads. I have a Fiberbuilt mat I hit off of and there isn't enough room on the mat for the Skytrak. When it's lower vertically than the mat, it can have trouble detecting shots. I ended up putting a thin piece of wood under the device to raise it so the bottom of the skytrak was level with the top of the mat. That reduced a lot of misreads 4) Try hitting 1-2 inches behind the red dot. Higher lofted clubs may not trigger the Skytrak's laser curtain depending on your AoA and how quickly the ball elevates. Moving the ball back a bit tends to help for many clubs... 5) Consider investing in the Skytrak protective case (metal not plastic one). I'm embarassed to say I've shanked a few that would have done some real damage if I didn't have the protective case. The case itself also comes with some risers to help raise the device which can help with the issue in number 3. 6) May not immediately be in the cards, but eventually look at TGC 2019 simulator software. There's something amazing playing Augusta with the Masters in the background or playing The Old Course. Many of the course recreations are painstakingly precise and you can play different yardages to see exactly how difficult the PGA tour is. There's an online tour community that even plays courses recreated or similar as the PGA tour the same weeks as the tour events.... fantastic for rainy days. All in all, enjoy the Skytrak! I really have enjoyed mine thoroughly... feel free to message me if you have any questions.
You must be a student of Ken Flanigan’s recent research :) To say universally that its malarkey is painting with a broad brush. A flow neck and a center shaft are going to work far differently based on their geometry. The true CG certainly could be off but the actual physics of the putter is dependent upon the hosel type. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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