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  1. My two cents.... 100% on the tee and green. I use a solid line with a perpendicular set of dots It has absolute helped as I've dropped about 6 strokes off my handicap this year. On the tee I use the solid line to make sure my club face is square. The dots show me where I'm aimed. On the green I use the solid line to roll end over end on my target line. I make sure it is aligned with the line on my putter head. Arccos says I'm playing as a 4.1 HCP putting and 10.5 driving.
  2. Rick / San Diego, CA iPhone 11 Pro with iOS 14.2 Outdoor testing at a local range No net
  3. Rick San Diego, CA Titleist ProV1 (par 4/5) and Callaway Chrome Soft (par 3s) I grew up playing Top Flites when I learned the game. I played the XL and XL2000 before I switched to Titleist. I remember them being as hard as rocks.
  4. Rick/ San Diego Yes I use Shot Vision app for my LM after trying it out on the range
  5. Rick/ San Diego CA Zelos 6 Stiff High 70s for Irons and 110 for Driver I have two sets of irons I use, one a blade and other cavity back. The blades have True Temper Dynamics Gold S300s and the cavity back has JZ Cushin stiff.
  6. Rick/ San Diego CA Right Handed 18* - Recoil ES 85 F4 Stiff, 18* - KBS Tour V Stiff 14.2 I'm currently trying out a few different options in order to find the right combination since I stopped playing by 3 iron. I have a Callaway XR16 Pro 14*, Orlimar 19*, Titleist PT 20* and Ping G10 Hybrid 24*. The highest I'm playing is a 4 iron which is also 24*.
  7. First Name: Rick City, State: San Diego, CA Current Driver in Play: Callaway XR 10.5* with Project X 6.0 S Handicap: 14.2 Swing Speed: 104.8 MPH Which Driver Would You Like to Review: TSi3 to see if the track weighting system makes a difference
  8. First Name/City State: Rick, San Diego, CA Handicap: 14 Current Model Wedges Played: Callaway (Original 2002) Forged 52, 56, 60 in Vintage Finish What Appeals to You About a Raw Wedge: The oxidation of the steel to rust the club may give it a softer feel and could create a more grainy surface for better contact to create spin. I spend a lot of time playing 60 yards in if I don't hit the green in regulation and my wedges are often what make the difference between have a good day and bad day (losing 5-10 strokes) on the course.
  9. 1. Rick, Sunny San Diego, California 2. We can play year round here because of good weather and little rain so practice is still on the course 3. My experience is limited to practicing on carpet or the course. This would be a first and I'm currently considering switching putters to a mallet. 4. Fast 11-13. I often go back and forth between two public courses, and one of them happens to host the US Open...
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