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Tyler86

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  • Location
    Minnesota
  • Interests
    Golf, Cigars, Golf, Cigars, Golf, Cigars

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  • Age
    30-39
  • Swing Speed
    91-100 mph
  • Handicap
    11
  • Frequency of Play/Practice
    Multiple times per week
  • Player Type
    Casual
  • Biggest Strength
    Putting
  • Biggest Weakness
    Approach
  • Fitted for Clubs
    Yes

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  1. This is fantastic! Thanks MGS and Titleist/Vokey!!!
  2. Lessons!! Another thing i would add to the list would be a wrist style gps so you know your yardages on the course, or a laser. I am personally pretty leery of radar based launch monitors indoors unless to have a TON of room. They are finicky and inaccurate in doors in MY EXPERIENCE (my space is 20x20x9.5). Outdoors theyre pretty close, but then if your hitting range balls youre numbers will be skewed compared to the ball your gaming.
  3. I have both. But the hybrids live in the bag. They get a little on the loose side but my miss hits are at least pin high. Just changed the shafts in them to see if it helps with the loosey goosey. What i have found, for me personally, is that if im not hitting my hybrids all that well, i sure as heck am not gonna hit my 4 well. I would also offer this. If you dont like it, dont play it. Confidence is huge. If you werent fit for it, it may not fit you in the least. Try something else. Go hit some other stuff.
  4. I loose 1.4 per round. The course usually plays the biggest factor. Slope of 125 or less, probably not gonna loose one. Slope closer to 145, especially water heavy, odds are im gonna loose a couple 2-5. My group of guys live on opposite corners of town so we bounce around a lot.
  5. Golfers elbow got me bad last year. Switched my irons to graphite shafts and wore a compression sleeve for the rest of the year. Still get a little tender if i play more than 36 in a day or 4 rounds in a week but amazingly better and more than manageable. This is the one i settled on.
  6. I use the Tour 3.0. The Tour line has a slight flat spot on the top but its very subtle. Not sure if its as subtle on the 1.0 and 2.0.
  7. So i pre fit my club today and im at D1 barely. To get to D3 i need 5 to 6 grams in the head. Has anyone thought about mixing tungsten powder with silicone and injecting it into the shaft? Would this alleviate the “shear point” concern since it would be semi flexible?
  8. Makes sense. Now its out there on the web for everyone else who gets confused. Sorry if this was a stupid question.
  9. I have a question and cant find an answer anywhere on the web. The Steelfiber tip trim chart says “tip trim should not exceed hosel depth”. Im trimming i95 .370 parallels. The reason im confused by this is that the majority of hosels depths out there are shorted than 1-1/2”, which makes the majortiy of this chart pointless. Am i missing something?
  10. So your saying that indoor golf lessons can actually transfer to real golf?!?!?!?
  11. No snot taken! I have little idea as to what im doing. I appreciate the insight. I dont have any issue with using lead tip weights, i just read that they are worse to get out later. Im just guessing at the 8. Im hoping little to none will be needed. Ive been messing with lead tape etc for a while. The plan is to rough fit and weigh and go from there. Im only gonna shaft 1 club and see how it goes/fits before i consider doing the others. The cork and powder creating a shear point is a good thought. Thanks for that one. Whats your preferred way to add head weight to these types of shafts, permanently, after testing with lead tape?
  12. Still gaming it? Does it fly straighter? Note to self, avoid G425.
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