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    Upper Midwest
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    Golf, cooking, travel - especially to golf destinations.

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  • Swing Speed
    91-100 mph
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  • Frequency of Play/Practice
    Multiple times per week
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    Short Game
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  1. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    Excellent condition. Used moderately Generous storage; includes rain hood. Dual Strap. Full length dividers. Best stand system in the business clubs not included. Sorry 😞 Payment: PayPal G & S. Price includes shipment to Conus. Please ask any questions.


    Minneapolis, Minnesota - US

  2. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    6 doz. Pro V1 4 dz. 23-24 version; 2 dz. Prior version. All are new, never played. No logos, marks or text. 6 doz. for $220.00 Free shipping to CONUS 4 doz. for $150.00 Free shipping to CONUS 2 doz. for $ 80.00 Free shipping to CONUS Payment is PayPal G&S from attached Bank account . Offer good through the end of the tournament


  3. I'd recommend 1 on 1 over clinics any day. I think the first thing you would benefit from is a qualified pro evaluating your swing, to determine your weaknesses. Just because you want to hit driver better, you should have a basic understanding of your swing, and what you need to work at. From there, schedule a few lessons to determine if you and the teacher are compatible, and can effectively communicate. Short specific lessons, concentrating on 1 or 2 things, are better than long ones at this stage . If you like the instructor and you can effectively communicate with him, commit to a period, say 3 months, and evaluate your results at the end. If you're improving, and enjoy working with the instructor, continue on. If not, look for another teacher. I've been with my teacher over ten years, and I don't see myself quitting any time soon. Good Luck!
  4. I've been using it for about 18 mos. now. I can assure you Fit4Golf is a great program. The owner is revising it now, with a launch of the new product some time this month. I'm excited about the new version. This is the second Golf Fitness Subscription I've used. The first one was good; this one is far superior. It's worth the purchase price & the owner frequently offers 20% promos. To get the most out of it, you should belong to a gym with variety of equipment. I use free weights, Olympic Weights, a couple Functional Trainer stations, Kettlebells, Med Balls and Bands. A good solid workout takes about 45 min -1 hour including the warmup phase. 2 - 3 times a week does it for me.
  5. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    10 new GP G2 Tour Wrap grips in White Standard R60 dia. Selling new on eBay for $7.50 - $8 + shipping. Sell for $65 shipped to Conus w/ Verified PayPal from Bank account. Otherwise, we can discuss fees.


  7. For about the last 3-4 years I've played the Pro v1x exclusively. This year I started adding the Pro V1 to my inventory. I acquired a couple sample packs from a Titleist ball fitting display to my home course this year. I hit a couple drives to areas of the fairway I've never played from before. It was hot and humid that day, and the ball flew. I liked the feel of it as well. I don't consider the Pro V1x to be too hard, like some golfers; but the pro V1 was distinctly softer. I'll keep a mix of both and see how I play with each version.
  8. I sent you a pm about these, you never responded. Are they still available?
  9. Selling outright to some place like PIAS, PGA Tour Store, 2nd Swing is going to cost you. Best bet is to trade them in on something new. A while back I took my clubs to PGATS to trade on a set of irons. The store was giving 50% over 2nd Swing, and I make out like a bandit. Also, try taking your clubs to a store and see if they'll trade for something other than newer clubs. I'd go after good golf balls, which you could play or sell on any website and probably do okay. You could even try trading here or other websites for things you want or need. Sometimes trading is better than cash.
  10. Clearing the hips - a necessity for a good swing. Here's a video from Jason Glass - Rotational Sports trainer, where you might find something to help you. I've gone through his program a couple times, and it helps.
  11. If you have an abundance of the current 2021 model, I'd be interested in seeing if we could agree on a purchase. Shoot me a pm if interested.
  12. Changes will take time, but you're on the right track. Only advice I have is not to rush when it's your turn to hit. Take practice swings before you address your ball, while others are hitting (out of their sight line of course). One real practice swing as fast as you normally swing - avoid the slo-mo practice swing. Step up and go. One last piece of advice - make a full turn backswing, don't be in such a hurry you rush it. Full backswing. Play well.
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