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About SCJ1994

  • Birthday 05/08/1994

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    Greer, SC
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  1. Small world! I'd love to go play sometime, Friday afternoons are generally best for me (although work has been crazy lately), hopefully things will settle down soon. I'll try to give you a shout.
  2. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? I went to the range with my dad as a kid a few times (whenever a vendor put on a tournament that he played in), then I started playing from time to time in the occasional charity tournament through my work after graduating. Caught the bug, now I’ve been playing pretty consistently for around a year and a half. My current handicap is a 17.4. What do you love about golf? I enjoy the challenge of the game, being outside, and the social aspect. I also enjoy the fact that there will always be something to work on. My worst rounds make me want to come back and play the next day more than anything. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? I’ve always found the research to be fascinating and really value the data-centric mentality they approach things with. Where are you from? What is your home course? I’m from Greer, South Carolina. My home course is Paris Mountain CC, but I also play quite a bit at Greer CC. What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? Being able to play year round, and the variety of courses in the upstate is really nice. The heat in the summer can be rough. What do you do for a living? I work in preconstruction for a commercial casework manufacturer. How’d you pick your user name? Live in SC, my name is Jake, and I was born in 94.
  3. I am currently using the Kirkland 3 Piece (V 2.0 or whatever the most recent release is called) and have had pretty good results up until the last box. Out of the last box I purchased I've had two balls which felt, sounded and performed VERY poorly off my driver (to the point that my buddy standing on the tee box thought my driver had cracked, the sound was totally dead but also higher pitched than normal if that makes sense). My normal drive is around 250 total, these two drives finished at about 205 (with a pretty normal fade but they just died and fell out of the air, nothing felt strange in my swing). In one case I had used the ball for two holes prior and it felt fine... I have been through a couple of boxes prior to this without ever seeing this, so not sure what the deal is. I'm wondering if it could be caused by the off-center cores found in the MGS test being lined up and making contact with the face of my driver. Given the price of them, not a huge deal, just didn't know if anyone else had experienced this.
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