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  1. I want to get a bunch of dicks, animals and letter stamped on my irons instead of numbers. What did you hit there? I was between a full big D or a 3/4 donkey and opted for the donkey.
    6 points
  2. This in reference to Koepka's ESPN Body feature. Here's Koepka's response. The comments are awesome.
    6 points
  3. So I am back from my fitting. Not even sure where to start as this was like no other experience that I have had getting fit for golf clubs. I guess first, my apologies as I didn’t take any pictures. The fitting was fun but very business like which was a good thing. The first comment that I can make is that the studio and the technology was top notch and the fitter was one of the best that I have ever dealt with. Name a shaft, any shaft and they more than likely have it available to hit. The second comment would be that I left with a bag that if I had my pick to start I wouldn’t have ended up
    5 points
  4. ... Pretty much the same for me. I have run across a handful of players thru the years that talk about how far they hit their irons, but all of them swung out of their shoes attempting to achieve max distance with every swing. Conversely those that actual hit their irons very far by technique and ability never talked about distance or their equipment and in some cases were amazingly ignorant about their equipment. I have always felt that distance claims are made by OEM's and not golfers, at least the majority of golfers. Outside of golf forums I am amazed at how little knowledge even really go
    5 points
  5. Interesting, I play ALOT of golf with a lot of different people, both that I know and random people I get paired up with and I have never heard anyone BRAG about how far they a 7 iron. Now occasionaly I will hear bar room talk about driver lengths, but never hear in regards to an iron. The number on the bottom mean next to nothing to most everyone I play with.
    5 points
  6. I'm a high swing speed player fit into players irons (jpx 919 Tours) and guess what? My world renowned fitter fit me to have them bent strong. Why? Because stronger lofts give me optimal launch, peak height and landing angle. Jason Day plays his irons strong. And guess what? It has nothing to do with distance
    5 points
  7. Having cataract surgery this morning [emoji15] Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    5 points
  8. 5 points
  9. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    5 points
  10. Just a quick teaser for you guys. Here's everything that came in today:
    4 points
  11. One of my questions - In an era where everyone has a cell phone, and a lot of golfers have shot tracking devices with GPS capabilities, why would I want to purchase a completely standalone product?
    4 points
  12. Pretty sure his soon to be ex wife has him on a short short leash. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    4 points
  13. The thing is I understand it and I didn’t have to ask SWMBO [emoji106] Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    4 points
  14. I could get behind it. I know the staff there As it's one of our courses. if we worked around any member events. I might be able to swing a deal.
    4 points
  15. https://golf.swingbyswing.com/lifestyle/florida-golfer-arrested-brawl-ocala-florida-golf-course-driving-range-stone-creek-golf-club/ It's a 22 yr old, versus a retiree. You can only guess who "wins" this one.
    3 points
  16. I received mine yesterday. I’m going to be a bit redundant, but it is a critical point. I caddie/coach/play and fit. My exposure to technology in Golf has brought me to a cynical beginning perspective. There was a time when I thought Trackman was the greatest thing since Titleist introduced the Professional. Nowadays I’m much more “it’s going to have to make the game better/faster on a $1=$1 basis”. In other words, I would spend my hard earned money with Arccos, I am impressed with Mizuno’s shaft optimizer, and I would invest in the company that is going to bring non-conforming equipment
    3 points
  17. 3 points
  18. The way I’ve read the mgs info in the op, Jonathan walls article and the the info on titleist page. That was happening in fittings and sounds like they were looking at spec sheets coming thru or talking to their fitters and got the feedback that led them to decide to offer another option with stronger lofts and a sole to go with that change plus the cg to get the right launch. We know for some golfers when they go strong the leading edge becomes an issue due to the bounce change. So maybe that was in the feedback too saying we have customers that need/want that stronger lofts but we can’t get
    3 points
  19. Ok. Today's golf is looking doubtful. Sent from my SM-G965U using MyGolfSpy mobile app
    3 points
  20. The only thing I wished would have happened was the elderly gentleman would have whooped his a$$..
    3 points
  21. You had me at “Florida man” [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    3 points
  22. Beckham doing something stupid and emphasizing his narcissist character... who'd have thunk it . If he's got a beef with the system (the same one who afforded him the opportunity to secure a $90M contract) he should use some of his nest egg to file suit against the NCAA - as opposed to grandstanding during the LSU players celebration.
    3 points
  23. Just received the SX400 today, got it setup, and played around with it in demo mode. I won't say anything about initial impressions, but I can at least answer your questions. Yes, there is a subscription required and there are multiple options to bundle the subscription or you can purchase the device by itself (for current subscribers simply making an upgrade). Yes, the SX400 does provide shot tracking, but you have to tag each shot. Based on what I've seen so far (again just playing with demo mode), it doesn't look like tracked shots will be stored like they would with Arccos, ShotS
    3 points
  24. Should be able to get a higher class of streetwalker's with that paycheck
    3 points
  25. I’d like to know if there is an annual subscription to use the device and if it has shot tracking. If so do you sync it to sensors or do you have to tag each shot. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
    3 points
  26. I love the symmetry of your numbers. Although I'm not gaining much on the right side anymore, my left side continues to get faster. I would love to see my left side catch completely up like yours. Glad you are getting great results with Fit For Golf. I'm not doing Mike's SuperSpeed workout, but I've transitioned to mixing his offseason program stretching with heavy compound lifts and the original SS protocols. So far, so good.
    3 points
  27. Went ahead with the torching. Added some white paint fill. They aren’t perfect, but they look really good. I wish I had all the proper tools for This.
    3 points
  28. It's Schrodinger's golf club - we can't play the club without knowing the specs, but once we know the specs, we can't play it.
    3 points
  29. ... Knowledge is power and ignorance is bliss, especially when it comes to golf swings and equipment. I have always been meticulous about club specs going back to Flo and Spine when installing new shafts when QC mandated it. So I have 2 stories for you: I always played my driver at D1 after finding that weight worked best for my swing. 2 years ago in Phoenix for the winter I did not have access to my workshop and about a month before coming home I picked up a new shaft to try in my F8. I installed it and it felt a hair heavy but I took it to the course and hit it very well. I continued t
    3 points
  30. That very well could be. Somewhere earlier in this thread it was mentioned that SuperSpeed also saw similar results when people only trained two days versus three. For me personally I always tried to do three days a week as a tester but my fastest days were definitely Mondays after having two days of rest over the weekend. To be honest I got kind of bored with the regular SS protocols. I stopped the program over the summer but picked the sticks back up again about a month ago when I started the Fit for Golf SuperSpeed program. Not sure how familiar people are with it but it's a streng
    3 points
  31. Listening to Michael Breed this morning, he brought up a question for his listeners to chime in on and I thought it was an interesting question. So with apologies to Micheal for stealing his idea, let's hear your thoughts. So answer the poll above, and leave your reasons below. The topic was centered around Phil Mickelson, whether he'll play the US Senior Open this year---My Goodness, is he really 50?---or play the Travelers Championship being held the same week. Pros for the US Senior Open-It would be his first major as a Senior, it's at Newport Country Club--and if he won in
    2 points
  32. So, a quick update from a test draft your commishes did earlier today. The queue list will work for you if you have "pick from queue first" selected. Second, while there are 4 copies of each player, you cannot draft the same player more than once to your roster. We are working on repairing a bug that prevents two of the same player to exist on the same roster through trades and the like. Also, a final reminder PRERANK YOUR PLAYERS IF YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO JOIN US THIS EVENING
    2 points
  33. Read my man, read. There's 4 copies of every player.
    2 points
  34. You summed a lot of my experience in talking to players that come into my office at our course on a daily basis. From scratch guys to the higher handicaps, they are generally very uninformed on just about everything related to irons. On drivers they know the big ones that are seen on tV or front and center in some of the big box, but yeah shafts, they generally only think flex and nothing else.
    2 points
  35. You paid for midsized grips, not a grip that accommodates your vendor’s inventory. Go back and get what you paid for.
    2 points
  36. More than one young stud has bitten off more than he could chew and picked a fight with a trained ex-boxer.
    2 points
  37. Another GIR!!!!!!
    2 points
  38. When I was fit for the PING G410's for testing, they did the same for me. I was put into the strong lofted irons to help with ball flight, not distance. That being said, I think I will be first in line to try these! They look fantastic and seems to be everything I am looking for in a club. But...gotta hit them first.
    2 points
  39. Win the Senior Open and win the other 4 majors and be the first in history to win 5 majors in a single year....
    2 points
  40. Here’s what I scribbled yesterday. And wouldn’t you know it, I’m trying to post this drawing and my cube mate (f this open concept) asked if I was done with my doodles because he had a “work related” question. Dang it Carl, not now! I’ve got very important things going on. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
    2 points
  41. There is an annual subscription that boils down to 3 annual plans. Statewide ($30), countrywide ($50), or worldwide access ($60), with incentives for buying multiyear subscriptions. Since I live on the border of two states and I play golf in both, I would lean towards the countrywide subscription. Skycaddie was very generous to provide us with a worldwide subscription for this test. If you guys know some people who know some people, I will be HAPPY to test out the traveling option in other countries. SkyGolf (parent company) claims on the website that this device will track stats, I
    2 points
  42. While I have yet to receive mine. I have tried a number of the golf GPS apps and found them all wanting. They drain your battery, the screen is hard to see in the day light, They tend to lag and be glichy and crash all the time due to the amount of data required and if your in a spot where service is spotty or none existent they don't work at all. Of all the apps that I have tried, golflogix was the best and head the best features, but even that was not as accurate as I would hoped. Looking at the features online for skycaddie there are a few things I am excited for. An easy to see and r
    2 points
  43. I'd do a club fitting every week if I could... their both interesting and fun. I suspect for near scratch players the refining and down select process gets much more difficult however - maybe not? It will be interesting to see what you find out.
    2 points
  44. Taking a great product and making it better in the same release period based on player feedback. I like the why wait two years to release it when we can do it now
    2 points
  45. 'bout the same as my motorhome....
    2 points
  46. And CPG comes through once again... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    2 points
  47. I'd like to see how it works on Compass Pointe Golf course in Maryland. Bring it on up, Greens Fees and burgers on me
    2 points
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