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  2. Say 5 or 19 years and give yourself one golf tip what would it be? For me it would be driver ball position and tee height. That has made a big improvement off the tee
  3. We've talked about his plight in other threads and that it may be past due for a complete overhaul; coach, caddie, etc. The glaring connection for me was the timing of his games downfall with the engagement and marriage. It could simply be that this has affected that 90% "between the ears" part of the game??
  4. Agree 100% with you there. Sweet spot indeed! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. That’ll wake you up. Glad your OK. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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  7. And the $2,500 isn’t a top end either! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. When struggling with putter contact I stick a bandaid near the toe and heal, on each side of the sweetspot that only leaves a small part of the sweetspot exposed. If you miss the sweetspot and hit the ball on the cushion of the bandaid you know it immediately and the ball goes halfway to the hole. The basics of putting are keeping your core/head rock still, so as long as you do that find a way to set up where you can see the line and make a repeatable stroke. Don't limit yourself to the "conventional" wisdom on setup and ball position - find a way to see the line and let your inner athlete out to roll it on that line.
  9. Something about that tiger quote just hits in all cylinders for me
  10. Forgot to add, head cover included.
  11. I use the Walmart brand, Equate, I think it is, spray suncreen. The 50 spf sport. Usually buy them in the big can, or the 2 pack of smaller cans, pretty cheap compared to the name brand stuff. It works well and is easy to apply. I spray everywhere I can and spray extra on the back of my right hand (not my golf glove wearing hand) to put in on my ears, forehead, etc.
  12. Thanks all. The misses and kids got me a nice shirt! And a replacement French press for the one I broke last week!
  13. The biggest putting difference I've ever seen is figuring out how to best see the line, and develop a stance and stroke that allows you to naturally roll the ball on that line. I putted extremely well when younger putting almost entirely by feel. Had the ball far up in my stance, off the front foot and used an old, short 8802 toe hang putter with my arms fully extended. I got away from that for 20 years listening to the "experts" about how ball should be directly under your eyes, straight back-straight thru shoulder rocking stroke, use the line on ball, etc. Big mistake. I made lots of 3-5 footers, but made way fewer long putts and often struggled with distance control and more 3 putts than I ever had. When I got back to that old putter and actually being able to see the line and roll it pure I putted SO much better. Bottom line is find a way to let the natural inner athlete out and forget about all the technical stuff and mimicking most of the guys on TV.
  14. I would have had a "static" fitting back in the early 80's when I purchased my Ping Eye 2's. They were my 3rd set of irons and easily the ones that stayed in the bag for the longest time - 20 years or so. I was fit for driver by a club pro in 2005 - we had three sessions that included outdoors and launch monitor. Since then I've had two driver, the Ping long game gapping, one ball and two full bag fittings, including putter both times. I actually learned a lot about my best iron choices from the ball fitting (titleist rep). I'm at that point where I pretty much know what I need although obviously an accomplished fitter would be more current on newer equipment, particularly shafts. My fitter is also my club repair guy so I stay up to date that way. To answer the OPs question it's really up to you about getting fitted. How serious are you about golf? If you are a weekend warrior who enjoys going out and knocking the ball around with your buddies but not that interested in playing competitively, you are fine just picking up a nice used set of GI Irons - since you like Mizuno look for something in their JPX line - if you are a bit more serious you may wish to lay out a few bucks for a fitting and then be committed to playing whatever you end up with for a while. The first thing you may wish to do is learn your numbers - SS, Angle of Attack, wrist to floor, hand size, those types of things. Good luck!
  15. I’ve been enjoying the evnroll pistol way more than I thought I would! I like a more pronounced bump than it has but it’s a little wider than the Pistolero I was using before that so it fills my hand pretty well.
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  17. I played the Callaway Chrome soft Truvis in yellow for 3 years and I can see them in the air and on the ground so much better than a white ball, or even a solid colored ball.
  18. If the ball is starting on line at the middle of the green like you describe and you just don't know whether it's going to draw or fade from there then find a feel the gets the ball curving consistently in one direction and adjust your aim point to the opposite edge of the green.
  19. SCIENCE!!!!!!!! Take Dead Aim
  20. Have her try getting into left side before backswing even complete and have a feeling of her chin getting a couple inches closer to the ball in transition. May have to exaggerate those feels even more if that doesn't keep her in posture and covering the ball.
  21. Finished my "official" testing yesterday, full review coming tonight!
  22. Update - I decided to keep these. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  23. Update - I decided to keep these. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  24. Congratulations to you and your family mate!
  25. I am also a huge fan of TXG... best there is on You Tube. There are a few others I enjoy, but TXG is the bar for knowledge, truth and honesty IMO.
  26. Jon Daly - Miguel Angel Jimenez - David Feherty (even though he technically doesn't play...lol) After reading through this, I see I missed a lot of guys/gals I would like to play with...lol.
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  • 46 Thoughts on TPC Harding Park (PGA 2020)

    1. 1. What do you think of TPC Harding Park?


      • Fantastic course-Definitely Major Worthy
      • Just a Very Nice Muni-no better than Torrey Pines or BethPage
      • On par with most major courses
      • Really, this is a major championship course, my muni is more exciting than this!
    2. 2. Should the PGA Championship always be played on a public golf course?


      • Yes, I want to play where the pros do!
      • No

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