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  1. We're in the midst of a pretty good run here on the MyGolfSpy Forum. We've doubled in size in less than 4 years, and now stand at nearly 76,000 members as we march toward our goal of 100,000. Sure, the place has changed a bit since many of us old-timers joined up, but as we've grown up we've done our best to make sure the Forum lives up to its promise of being an open, welcoming and diverse collection of people who share the same passion for all things golf. Our founding traditions include respectful behavior, open welcomes to new members and lively, fun exchanges among real golfers - not the internet sensations who always hit it 320 down the middle. Do we slip up from time to time? Absolutely, but you guys are remarkable at self-policing. With that, I'd like to extend a personal thanks to GolfSpy Meyer, or as he will once again be known as - hckeymeyer. Brian has served as your forum director and moderator for the last year or so and, as happens in this position, will be transferring back to the role of valued Forum Member. Rob and Enrique will be assuming the roles of Forum Co-Directors and will eventually be looking to add another moderator to the staff roster. Forum Director is such a transitory position - I've done it, Brian, Bones, Mr. Theoo and others. We get to do it for a while and then we transition back into the real world of day jobs, family needs, etc. I know I speak for Brian when I say it's a fun ride, and you guys are the ones that make it that way. Anyway, cheers and thank you to Brian, and best wishes to Rob and Enrique as they take over the ship. Just remember Barbajo's first rule of management: I don't care what you do, just don't f**k it up....
    20 points
  2. Moving back to the mainland where I can find long stretches of smooth roads through small southern towns. That’s happiness to me. Oh yeah and retirement isn’t so bad either. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    14 points
  3. I seldom talk about my family on forums but after reading PMookie’s post I wanted to brag about my daughter a little. 9 college acceptances to date all coming with the colleges highest level of academic scholarship. Yesterday, she got a letter, from one of her top choices, asking her to apply for a full academic scholarship.
    9 points
  4. Olympic Club today Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    8 points
  5. My son was selected for Louisiana All-State Choir again this year!!! We were in NOLA this weekend for it and had a great time. So proud of him! He went from a school with 320 kids 7-12, to one with over 2100 kids 9-12, and he had a rough few days at the beginning. He loves it now! He also got one of the lead roles in the school’s spring play, which never happens for Freshmen! He told me the other day, when he got the part, that he knew we made the right choice on schools. So cool!!! Proud Dad right here!!!
    8 points
  6. I'm convinced anyone who rolls under is a psychopath. THIS is the correct way to roll your TP:
    7 points
  7. Steddygolf..... I’m not overly impressive on the golf course just “Steddy”. Additionally my middle name is Stedman as is my fathers middle name. My mother didn’t call my father Stedman unless she was mad. Most of the time everyone called him by his nickname, Steddy. Moving forward my plan is to open a Golf Academy called SteddyGolf. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    7 points
  8. I've now owned my team for a month, and we're clawing back into things with a three-game winning streak!
    6 points
  9. I would love to be able to play steady, boring golf.
    6 points
  10. This is a pic of the original patent for toilet paper rolls...if you don't do it this way you're WRONG!
    6 points
  11. Fixed. The daily limit for donors was set super low to only 5. Spread the likes! ______________________________________ Two other quick changes for things I've discovered: 1) Added three new reactions: Love, Sad, and Off Topic. Love and Sad still give positive reputation and Off Topic is neutral. Don't plan to ever add a negative reaction but Off Topic can be used as a gentle reminder. 2) Found out I can modify the default streams. Unread Content has been changed to Recent Content to reflect one of the more popular requests/tutorials throughout this thread. It'll now show all content from the past 3 days regardless of status in the familiar timeline view. When clicking on unread items, it *should* pop you to the most recent unread post instead of flying to the top.
    5 points
  12. Trade Executed in Truth: Trade Executed in Digest: Fun fact: Fantrax used one of my suggestions in this latest update. On mobile, it wasn't showing the full standings or matchups since our league was bigger than the windows were planned for. Now, the whole thing shows. [emoji1303] I submitted a suggestion for cross-division trading but don't expect that to be available until next season. We can take a vote when the time comes.
    5 points
  13. Good try ;). It waaaaaassssss Command Sergeant Major and now it’s proudly just Sloan Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    5 points
  14. Ok- a big pet peeve of mine is toilet roll, over or under? Under just breaks me out in a hot flush- over is the ONLY way
    5 points
  15. Walked 18 at my course with the guys today. An interesting day to say the least; hit some good drives, hit some just OK drives. Second (and 3rd) shots were not so good. Only shot 82 with 2 birdies. Chipping and putting could have been a highlight reel. I had 26 putts (11 one-putts; 6 two-putts, and 1 three-putt). The 3-putt was on a 50-footer. I also spent the day working on my sand game. Because I had poor approach shots, I was in seven (7) bunkers; I got out of all of them and had 4 sand saves. Decent bunker shots, but great putting. I decided to putt aggressive today; something I haven't been doing very well lately. It was nice seeing the ball race into the hole, but on several of them, it was a good thing the ball hit the hole. I hit one putt so hard that it hit the back of the cup, popped up in the air and dropped in.
    5 points
  16. Its a funny thing that when you go really low, you still leave some shots out there. Its because you're hitting so many great shots, that when you don't, you get a little miffed. But keep in mind that you might have hit a fantastic recovery shot, or drilled one of those putts you talked about. So it kinda washes out both ways. Regardless, dropping a -2 takes a complete game for the whole way, and also requires a bunch of fantastic shots. Well done there young fellah!
    5 points
  17. ... I am not swayed by Bryce and Rickie's performance, but I am swayed by the fact that Rickie, Bryce and Lexi all put the same new F9 drivers in their bags so fast. That is really pretty unheard of from any OEM. Of course all OEM's signature players do not put new drivers in their bags and those that do, rarely do so immediately. To me that says the F9 is pretty special.
    5 points
  18. Same here - I could care less what the pros play. I'm more focused on what will help me play better - and oh if it looks great that's an added plus. That driver in yellow just screams 'play me'. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
    5 points
  19. New setup from Driver to LW. I'm kinda excited. Driver: Srixon Z785 9.5°, Mitsubishi Tensi CK Pro Orange Stiff FW: Srixon Z785 13.5°, Mitsubishi Tensi CK Pro Orange Stiff UT: Srixon ZU85 #2 & #4, Aerotech Steelfiber 110i CW Irons: Srixon Z785 5-Pw, TTDG TI S400 Wedges: Cleveland RTX4 Raw 50°, 54°, 58° TTDG TI S400
    4 points
  20. I enjoyed this blog entry and learned a valuable lesson from it. Four years ago I was involved in a MGS SCOR wedge test. It was about dispersion so I had to measure all of my approaches inside of 120 yards (my yardage with the PW replacement) My proximity to the pin was much closer to touring pro than the 0-5 distances in the ACROS database. 19.7 in the 60-80 range and 30.3 in the 100-120. Actually this makes sense - I was a 0-5 handicap who averaged 230 with driver. That’s 15-20 yards below average for that handicap bracket so I needed to make it up somehow. My problem was that I didn’t hit the ball long enough to leave a lot of shots in the 60-80 yard range. :) Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    4 points
  21. Well, if we didn't... would that mean we wouldn't need more than one Forum Director?
    4 points
  22. You should try that 3/4 swing with your shortest wedge. You'll do better from 60 than you do from 80 using the same logic as you use with the GW. Then learn a 1/2 swing feel, you'll do better still from 40.
    4 points
  23. I am the freaking president of that club. I am probably a better than scratch iron player, chipper, and putter but I have 2 or 3 of the "Dumbass" shots off the tee.
    4 points
  24. WOW...congrats. As someone who has worked in higher ed for many years I have a special appreciation for accomplishments like this. It is incredibly tough to get into schools these days; colleges are becoming much more selective and have an entire global pool to choose from so to be accepted and asked to apply for a scholarship is quite the feat! Way to go dad, you've done very well.
    4 points
  25. Congratulations - you must be very proud of her. And by the way - they say the 'apple doesn't fall far from the tree'. Keep us posted on where she goes to school.
    4 points
  26. 4 points
  27. Just re-read it, you're right. Interesting you can play the F9 at move the weight to the front if you need to knock some RPMs off potentially? Whereas the F8 (non+) was unable to due to the 2nd weight port being in the heel to help keep things straight. IDK about everyone else but I'm digging the white head way more than the Lambo yellow (matches the MGS bags/headcovers too).
    4 points
  28. Played the new combo tees at my home course yesterday (Ancil Hoffman). Only knocked about 300 yards off the total (6500->6225), but man was it more fun to play. Having the Par 4 12th go from 421 to 371 made a huge difference. I think I've shot par on that hole twice, and never with two putts to do so. I did feel like I was cheating a bit as I moved up to the white tees when the card said to do so, but I got over that. It was crazy how much more fun the round was. Didn't shoot any lower either. Actually scored two shots lower from the longer tees a few weeks back. I think that the stress of always needing long approach shots just gets tiring. Viva Combo Tees!
    4 points
  29. Credit card number got stolen. Luckily AMEX was cool when I called them and explained there was no way I could be getting lunch while simultaneously getting my hair cut. They cancelled the charges (both of them) and they're issuing me a new one. Weird that the people who stole my car would make 2 transactions at the same restaurant. Either way, I'm glad I setup Google Pay to alert me every time a charge is made on either one of my CCs. Contemplating now buying a new driver and explaining to SWMBO that it was a fraudulent charge
    3 points
  30. Jury duty is the other. I have served on jury's a half dozen times and really don't mind. While not typically subject matter that would make our happy thread, I find the process kind of fascinating. As to the rest of your angst, try to keep it in perspective.
    3 points
  31. Just shot a video about ball testing. Will probably post next week.
    3 points
  32. Just completed one of my two civic obligations. Now please take down all the damn signs, halt the TV and radio ads, and let's get back to golf
    3 points
  33. I think you should always assess the chance you can execute the necessary shot. If you can only pull off that 3 wood shot 20% of the time you may not want to try. If the landing area is open and matches up with your typical shot area take more club. I don’t think the article is saying to always hit it as far as possible, you still have to manage turn way around the course.
    3 points
  34. LOL. I've chalked up my wife's incorrect under placement of the TP roll as another lefty anomaly.
    3 points
  35. Conventional wisdom dies slowly, and this is an example. Without actively working on partial wedges, I've still chosen to get as close as reasonably possible to the green, for the last year or two. I do believe I'm averaging closer to the pin, although I don't keep the statistics. Obviously there are caveats to the general guidelines. Don't take on significant additional risk in trying to get 30 yards closer, don't try to squeeze that shot into a skinny part of the fairway when its much wider a few yards further from the green. If the green and pin position absolutely require you to hit a shot with a lot of spin, lay back to full swing distance. I think what many people forget are the number of times they hit that full wedge fat, or thin, or wide of the flag. Because they feel "comfortable" with the full swing yardage, they remember the good shots. Because they feel "uncomfortable" with the partial shots, they remember the bad ones. Most of us don't want to be proven wrong, so there's a natural tendency to remember only the shots that conform to our current opinion. I think that the flagstick question is another where we'll eventually learn that leaving it in is the best play, in general, but many people will refuse to even consider the data.
    3 points
  36. A) they are women. Whether society wants to accept biological facts anymore with regards to gender issues, men have always been, and will always be stronger, quicker, and faster than women. B) men (male tour pros versus female tour pros) generate faster clubhead speed at the moment of impact, meaning the ball travels further. That's a direct comparison of course. Now if you had me hit a drive right behind Lexi Thompson on the same hole, I'm quite sure that girl is hitting it about 20-30 yards longer than me, easily. But she's younger, in better shape and swings like a man.
    3 points
  37. Sweet ride.... but where does the golf bag go? Thanks for your years of service to our country and protecting our freedom. Enjoy the retirement....
    3 points
  38. A 4 handicapper being pretty humble about his game . SteddyGolf would be a good name for a golf business.
    3 points
  39. There is no wall or anything for reference, so I would contend this patent actually shows under, but the view is from the wall side so the perforations are seen clearly. That's just my take, as an under "psychopath" according to @GolfSpy STUDque.
    3 points
  40. Did my workout early today. Never again for me. I’m just not an early morning exercise person. My best times are late morning to mid afternoon! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    3 points
  41. This was a 5-6 year fight with my wife after we moved in together years ago haha. I’m an over and she’s an under. I finally convinced her over was right and all is right in my bathroom again haha
    3 points
  42. Here's my rant...earlier this year, half of one of the Bradford pears came down onto the back patio and I had to take a day off to clean it up. This morning while eating breakfast we heard several loud cracking noises followed by a big thump...yep, the rest of that bastard came down. Nothing got hit this time and I guess it'll save me the money of having it removed but I really wanted to brew another batch of beer on Monday, not clean up a tree.
    3 points
  43. my name is Golfer...persevering golfer............Bond fan hence the avatar which is perfect for MGS (Spy and golf together). I havent given up trying to get better.......I've even got a new (to me) moveaway I'm going to try out today in my elusive search to get consistently better.
    3 points
  44. Arizona Stu March 24th (DOB) NOT my GPA... Rob. [emoji23] Sent from my VS985 4G using MyGolfSpy mobile app
    3 points
  45. Sam Ryder needs to report the theft of his socks and the last 3” of his pants legs... Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    3 points
  46. Do Right..so called because of my propensity for being a very exacting flight instructor during my flying days(as in Dudley Do-right) ..then deauxrite because I was living and working around a bunch of Cajuns and they said that I should spell it "correctly". The Avatar is just me hitting on the range one lovely afternoon.
    3 points
  47. I know you weren't asking me. But I honestly couldn't have gone with those either. Curious if Golfspy_Babajo is still playing around with them. He was a big fan. Even though he has a better game than any of us that were in Ohio. Bridgestone Tour B JGR Driver and HF2 irons Pre Release Testing
    3 points
  48. I fly a ton for work and have found that sticking with one airline does wonders for consistency of experience (and frequent flyer miles). I use Delta, since I was living in Minneapolis and it was a hub, there really wasn't much choice. I can still get most anywhere on Delta flying out of Manchester, NH - but there's almost always a connecting flight (Boston is another option - Park n Ride makes it doable). They've done me well. Since the merger with Northwest, I can count on fewer than 2 hands the bad experiences I've had, and on less than one hand the experiences that were specifically Delta's fault ( and when it was their fault, they made good on it). I realize much of that is just plain luck, but I'll take it. Only two occasions when my clubs were either delayed or not sent, but in both cases I got them back quickly and without incident (they gave me a voucher to cover the cost of a rental set). I've never really had an issue with desk agents either (Northwest was a completely different story), so again, no real complaints with Delta. I've heard horror stories about American and United, and tried flying Spirit once but they had issues with getting a crew to show up, and they never did level with us - keeping us waiting for about 3 hours before telling us the flight would be cancelled. Stuff I've found helpful = if you travel a fair amount, TSA Precheck is the best $85 you'll ever spend. And if you travel a lot (and your airport is equipped) CLEAR is even better money spent (getting through security at Orlando in under 3 minutes? Priceless!). Also - if you travel a lot for business, spending the $$$ for Airline Lounge access is worth it - quiet, space, food and drink and free wifi can wind up being worth the annual dues. Only complaint - Delta used to let you bring up to two guests in for free - now you have to pay $29 per person. My wife ate and drank a lot when we went to Europe last year to make it all worth it!!!
    3 points
  49. Got out for a short 9 on an uncommonly sunny, mild and calm early November afternoon. The Good: hit 3 fairways (just missed 2 others) hit both Par 3 greens plus 1 other GIR wedges from like 30 - 70 yds were all pretty good had 2 bunker shots that i got out (tho one was way short and the other a bit long) had 3 x 1-putts got 2 lucky bounces that gave me 2 of those 3 greens hit! The Not-So-Good: 2 penalties from Tee shots hooked left OB the re-tee'ed shots were both good 2 Triple Bogey 7s 3 x 3-putts one of those was the classic turn 1 putt into 3... no decent second shots ... So I've definitely made some improvements in my game (tho, sadly, not my overall score..!) and have some good stuff to continue to work on over the Winter.
    3 points
  50. Bridgestone Tour B JGR HF2 Irons – Initial Impressions/Stage 2 This is not a fair fight! My current irons were purchased in the fall of 1996 at a pretty deep discount in preparation for the next model release. Although I have played them well and they are generally one of my strengths (it's all relative, of course), they are old and I am missing out on a lot of technological advances that have been built in to modern clubs to help players like me be more consistent. The irons are PowerBilt TPS “Ellipsoid of Power”, 4 – PW with True Temper Dynamic Gold S300 shafts. My gap wedge is a Mizuno S5 that I received as a Christmas gift nearly 2 years ago which will be tough to displace as it's one of my favorite and better-performing clubs. Ever since I purchased the PowerBilt's, iron play was the primary strength of my game. Since I could not hit a wood to save my life, the 4 iron was my standard club off the tee, no matter the length of the hole. In my younger, in-shape days, it was good for about 230 yards and a PW was my 150 club. I have now reached 50, am out of shape, and have lost quite a bit of swing speed, so my 4 iron is now good for about 190 yards (maybe 200 when I hit it well) and a 7 iron is my “go to” for 150 yards. I get that in these days of jacked lo lofts and hotter faces, I am going to get some distance increases, but I am not necessarily looking for irons to add distance – I know I'll never get it all back and ultimately, it does not matter as long as I know how far each club will go and I have no huge gaps. My current bag has a big gap between my 3H (~220 yards) and 5i (~185) that I have been needing to address. My 4i fills that gap, but it has become so unreliable off the deck that I'm more comfortable choking down the 3H. Adding the Bridgestone 4H appears to have filled that gap nicely. I have had a few occasions to play more modern irons and my observation was that the main “thing” I was missing with my dated clubs was the forgiveness that comes with modern irons. When I mis-hit one of my current irons, I know immediately by feel and sound, and can lose 20-30 yards in distance, if not more. My hope is that the Bridgestone irons, being firmly in the “game improvement” category, will not result in nearly as much loss on mis-hits. During league play this summer, I hit a 7 iron on a par 3 off the toe which missed the green but was still nearly pin high. I understand this is anecdotal at this point, but I hope the trend continues because I would have had a much longer pitch with my old irons and I was still able to chip up and make par. We were given the choice of four different shafts for the irons: True Temper XP95 UST Recoil 680 Nippon Modus3 Tour 105 KBS Tour Ideally, to make a head-to-head comparison, I would have liked to get the same shaft as in my current clubs. Since that was not an option, trying to pick a shaft that made sense, in a short amount of time was necessary and not the easiest of choices. I won't bore anyone with the details, but I ended up choosing the Nippon Modus3 Tour 105's in stiff flex. If anyone is interested in how I came to that decision, I will be more than happy to post it. Being pretty average in stature, I went with standard length and lie. Looks (14 out of 15) In my opinion, these are beautiful irons and much better looking than some of the companies Bridgestone is likely targeting as competition. I would put them right next to JPX900 Forged/Hot Metal in terms of appearance in the GI category. The topline and sole are a little on the thick side, but not terribly so. The badge is very clean looking and I personally like the fact that it is devoid of flashy colors and other busy features. The lone point I would deduct is due to the design/font of the JGR branding. It find it a bit awkward and the “R” has been mistaken for a “B” a couple times already. I don't consider myself overly sensitive to the visual aspect of clubs at address, although I really like them to look pretty sitting in a bag! I've never been offended by the thickness of the top line or if I see mass bulging out the back of a long iron. I understand others can be bothered by these visual cues, but I'm generally not. At address, the HF2's are pretty similar to my old clubs. The topline on the HF2's looks like it may be a little thicker, but that could be an illusion due to the rounded top edge of the PowerBilts. I wish I could find specs on my old clubs to compare offset – on the HF2 7 iron in the photo, the offset is listed at 2.75 mm (0.108”), and it looks like the offset on the PowerBilt 7 iron is larger, but not offensive to me. The sole of the HF2's is a bit wider than the PowerBilts. One final comment related to looks: In my opinion, the appearance of the irons is very important to get the clubs in a potential customer's hands. I frequently browse the local stores and touch, feel, and waggle a lot of different clubs. There are a few brands that are highly regarded and popular that I've never touched because they don't look good to me sitting on the rack. To me they look cheap and/or cheesy. With that bias, I had planned of getting irons later this year or early next year and brands like Mizuno and Srixon are the tops in my book in terms of shelf appeal so were going to be among the first brands I hit. In my opinion, Bridgestone has NAILED IT from an overall visual appeal perspective and are right up there next to Mizuno. Sound and Feel (14 out of 15) Bridgestone has added a polymer layer behind the face to alter the sound/feel characteristics, resulting in a satisfying “click” when the feel when the ball is struck solidly. Off-center hits sound and feel a little different, but not at all bad, and very little of the vibration is transmitted to my hands. For the most part, the only way I can tell a shot was mis-hit is by ball flight. Having mostly played cast irons, I had the notion that a perfect strike on a forged iron would be an almost otherworldly experience. I suspect my expectations were set a bit too high, so I docked the HF2's a very subjective single point for not meeting that expectation, but they still feel very nice to me. Performance on the Range (9 out of 10) There was a recent thread in the forum about adjustment periods with new equipment. The general feeling was that properly fitted equipment should not require a “break-in” period. Since these were not properly fitted, it took me an entire range session and 18+ holes to figure out the irons. I played 36 holes the Sunday after the clubs arrived and during the second round, I started hitting some iron shots that felt and flew amazingly. In subsequent range sessions and rounds, I have been very pleased with the performance. With a few exceptions, ball flight is straight/slight fade and pretty much exactly where I am aiming. The distance gains with the HF2's are still to be determined, although I am not overly concerned with distance. To me, the main benefit to being longer is that I will be using less club for a given shot which should theoretically improve my accuracy. The ball launches high of these clubs, perhaps a little higher than my current gamers, but not by a huge amount. Given my current skillset, it is very rare that I make any effort to work the ball right or left and when I do, it is only when I am in trouble (left-to-right is easy and natural, right-to-left is very hard for me). As such, I cannot comment on the workability of these clubs from a draw/fade perspective. Altering the high/low trajectory, especially with the shorter clubs, is pretty easy and the resulting ball flight is nice. I need to work on distance control in this area since the ball tends to come off the face a bit hotter than with my current clubs. I docked the HF2's a single point in this category for the turf interaction. Due to the ease with which I can take a divot with these, I tend to hit a few more fat shots than may otherwise happen with the TPS's. Some of this may be a result of the amount of rain we have had and the generally damper ground conditions, or I might chalk this up to some of the adjustment period I have experienced. Time will tell. Performance on the Course (39 out of 40) So far, without much data, performance on the course has been outstanding! While adjusting to the distance, I have actually missed more greens of late, mainly because I have been long. I am starting to get used to grabbing 1 or 2 clubs less depending on the situation, so it is getting better. As I suggested above, I feel that most of what I am missing out on by playing older clubs was forgiveness of newer irons. The HF2's do not disappoint. It appears there is very little loss in distance in mishits, perhaps half a club instead of the 1-2 club loss I was experiencing, but I need more data to confirm this. With the high-launch of these irons, I have seen quite a few shots stop quickly, even with longer irons and have hit a couple short irons that "zipped" back nicely. I also feel comfortable trying to lower the flight of the short clubs to bring the ball in low. I need more work in this area so I have a better idea when the ball will stop on a solid strike. My Mizuno gap wedge has become my work-horse around the greens unless the situation calls for something with more loft. As of yet, the HF2 gap wedge is not quite at the same level as the Mizuno. For full swings, I have seen very little difference. The small deduction in this category is all a result of the gap wedge performance. Play It or Trade it (20 out of 20) This is a no-brainer. They will be in my bag for the foreseeable future. I see no real shortcomings across the range of irons that aren't more related to my skill or just getting used to how they will respond. This will be my bag for the foreseeable future.... I would think these irons should definitely appeal to people like me - if you have even marginal ability to get the ball in the air on a regular basis, these clubs will likely help you. Like Rob, I'd suggest these irons are capable of bridging the GI and player's distance space. I think it would be very interesting to see these clubs in the hands of a single digit handicapper. I usually think of myself as a pretty harsh grader, but I can't think of many logical reason to take away points, especially when viewed with the perspective of what I have been playing. Are these clubs perfect? I doubt it, but they might just be as close to perfect for me as one can get. Some of this might be the "newness" of the experience with them, but I honestly find it hard to believe some other company could provide something substantially better than what Bridgestone has provided here. I would have loved to have the opportunity to actually get fitted into the best shaft for me and these heads. I'm strongly considering doing that later in the year just to see if there is any untapped potential to be realized. With the performance I've seen so far, I'm going to guess I'm not missing much and could probably realize more benefit from lessons. Preliminary Score: 94 out of 100 I will be editing this post to include to the most up-to-date information. I'll do my best to make sure the new information is as easy as possible for you guys to find. Thanks again to MGS and Bridgestone for the amazing opportunity. This entire process, from the initial notification to all the interaction with the other testers has been a blast! I look forward to any questions you guys may have!
    3 points
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