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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from Beakbryce in Forum Recap: Rapsodo MLM2PRO   
    With purchase of MLM2Pro comes a one year subscription to their premium service. After the first year, it is an annual renewal of $199.99. The unit can be used without the premium subscription but the functionality is pared down i.e. no spin data, combines, or simulator.
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from Beakbryce in Forum Recap: Rapsodo MLM2PRO   
    I will echo what @GolfSpy_APH has said. The MLM2Pro is leaps and bounds better than the first generation MLM. To be fair to the MLM, at its inception it was tremendously better than other devices at the same price point. The progression that Rapsodo has made over the generations is astounding and I can’t wait to see what they update next. This unit would be worth your consideration at twice the price. What are you waiting for? Go get one!
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from taylorjonasher in Forum Member Recap: Bag Boy Nitron   
    Nice recap Mark, well done.
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from Rob Person in Forum Recap: Rapsodo MLM2PRO   
    I will echo what @GolfSpy_APH has said. The MLM2Pro is leaps and bounds better than the first generation MLM. To be fair to the MLM, at its inception it was tremendously better than other devices at the same price point. The progression that Rapsodo has made over the generations is astounding and I can’t wait to see what they update next. This unit would be worth your consideration at twice the price. What are you waiting for? Go get one!
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from CudaKota66 in Forum Staff Picks - Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond   
    It’s no secret that I like to tinker with and swap out clubs, but Drivers especially. I spent the better part of a decade gaming a Cobra Amp Cell with the gray/white color scheme. Last summer, it became apparent that it’s time had come, so I replaced it with a litany of options starting with a RAD Speed, then Mizuno ST-Z 220, Callaway Rogue ST TD LS, Ping G425, back to the TD LS, a Rogue ST Max LS, Titleist TSR 3, a Srixon ZX5 LS before settling in with the 10.5 degree Paradym TD that is currently my gamer. 
     
    Fun fact: I tried the Paradym TD twice, both times swinging it into screens with trackman, and didn’t like what I was seeing. It was swinging it on an outdoor range, where I could get the numbers but also see actual ball flight and the shape of the shots I was hitting that sealed the deal. 
     
    I echo Jamie’s comments above and would also add, that the most appealing aspect of this driver is the relative ease I find the center of it. And regardless of how well I hit it, it always feels like it has more to give. The Paradym TD is just a wonderful driver and one that I highly recommend everyone try (PAY ATTENTION @Jnoble89)
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from GolfSpy_KFT in You Asked - What is a Golf Handicap?   
    Last season, I started as a 9, played the best golf of my life and finished the season at 1.4. 
    i would like to get to scratch, and will keep working towards that, but if I finish this season under 5, I would consider it a successful year. Any season under 5 is a successful season.
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    GolfSpy_BEN reacted to GolfSpy_KFT in You Asked - What is a Golf Handicap?   
    One of the biggest things I am focusing on this off-season is getting the feel of my approach wedge shots dialed in from 25, 35, 45, etc. yards. @GolfSpy_BEN recently gave me that advice during a conversation about my wanting to continue progressing on a positive trajectory with my game. It can get tedious, but that is the type of work that brings scores down.  
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from Michael.Sandoval33 in You Asked - What is a Golf Handicap?   
    Last season, I started as a 9, played the best golf of my life and finished the season at 1.4. 
    i would like to get to scratch, and will keep working towards that, but if I finish this season under 5, I would consider it a successful year. Any season under 5 is a successful season.
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from Preeway in You Asked - What is a Golf Handicap?   
    Last season, I started as a 9, played the best golf of my life and finished the season at 1.4. 
    i would like to get to scratch, and will keep working towards that, but if I finish this season under 5, I would consider it a successful year. Any season under 5 is a successful season.
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from CFreddie in Forum Member Recap: Cobra 50th Anniversary   
    Good job Jason! This test was a lot of fun to follow and the weekly competitions were a blast. Well done, fellas 😁
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from sirchunksalot in Forum Member Recap: Cobra 50th Anniversary   
    Good job Jason! This test was a lot of fun to follow and the weekly competitions were a blast. Well done, fellas 😁
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from GolfSpy_APH in Forum Member Recap: Cobra 50th Anniversary   
    Good job Jason! This test was a lot of fun to follow and the weekly competitions were a blast. Well done, fellas 😁
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from GolfSpy_KFT in Forum Member Recap: Cobra 50th Anniversary   
    Good job Jason! This test was a lot of fun to follow and the weekly competitions were a blast. Well done, fellas 😁
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    GolfSpy_BEN reacted to jaw1973 in Forum Staff Picks - Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond   
    I've been playing a Callaway XR16 for many years now.  Tried the Epic, the Rogue, and Mavrik and none of them did any better than my XR16, so I stuck with it.  Just recently tried the Paradym and Paradym triple diamond and they were both noticeably better than my XR16.. Way more forgiving and longer off the face.  The triple diamond was consitently 4 to 5 mph off the face compared to my XR16.. and when I really tagged one it was crazy long.
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    GolfSpy_BEN reacted to GolfSpy_APH in Forum Staff Picks - Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond   
    I am very excited to see how this will stack up against the next gen of Callaway driver. I find it hard to think they can better it by a ton, but the small increments will be interesting. 
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    GolfSpy_BEN reacted to Javs in Forum Staff Picks - Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond   
    I fully agree that the Callaway Paradym TD is a great driver. I put it in the bag this past summer. Replaced my beloved PXG 0311 Gen 6. I also tried the Ping low spin and the Titleist TSR 3. The Callaway TD is still the best of the group for me.
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from GolfSpy_KFT in Forum Staff Picks - Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond   
    It’s no secret that I like to tinker with and swap out clubs, but Drivers especially. I spent the better part of a decade gaming a Cobra Amp Cell with the gray/white color scheme. Last summer, it became apparent that it’s time had come, so I replaced it with a litany of options starting with a RAD Speed, then Mizuno ST-Z 220, Callaway Rogue ST TD LS, Ping G425, back to the TD LS, a Rogue ST Max LS, Titleist TSR 3, a Srixon ZX5 LS before settling in with the 10.5 degree Paradym TD that is currently my gamer. 
     
    Fun fact: I tried the Paradym TD twice, both times swinging it into screens with trackman, and didn’t like what I was seeing. It was swinging it on an outdoor range, where I could get the numbers but also see actual ball flight and the shape of the shots I was hitting that sealed the deal. 
     
    I echo Jamie’s comments above and would also add, that the most appealing aspect of this driver is the relative ease I find the center of it. And regardless of how well I hit it, it always feels like it has more to give. The Paradym TD is just a wonderful driver and one that I highly recommend everyone try (PAY ATTENTION @Jnoble89)
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from Javs in Forum Staff Picks - Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond   
    It’s no secret that I like to tinker with and swap out clubs, but Drivers especially. I spent the better part of a decade gaming a Cobra Amp Cell with the gray/white color scheme. Last summer, it became apparent that it’s time had come, so I replaced it with a litany of options starting with a RAD Speed, then Mizuno ST-Z 220, Callaway Rogue ST TD LS, Ping G425, back to the TD LS, a Rogue ST Max LS, Titleist TSR 3, a Srixon ZX5 LS before settling in with the 10.5 degree Paradym TD that is currently my gamer. 
     
    Fun fact: I tried the Paradym TD twice, both times swinging it into screens with trackman, and didn’t like what I was seeing. It was swinging it on an outdoor range, where I could get the numbers but also see actual ball flight and the shape of the shots I was hitting that sealed the deal. 
     
    I echo Jamie’s comments above and would also add, that the most appealing aspect of this driver is the relative ease I find the center of it. And regardless of how well I hit it, it always feels like it has more to give. The Paradym TD is just a wonderful driver and one that I highly recommend everyone try (PAY ATTENTION @Jnoble89)
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from Josh Parker in Forum Staff Picks - Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond   
    It’s no secret that I like to tinker with and swap out clubs, but Drivers especially. I spent the better part of a decade gaming a Cobra Amp Cell with the gray/white color scheme. Last summer, it became apparent that it’s time had come, so I replaced it with a litany of options starting with a RAD Speed, then Mizuno ST-Z 220, Callaway Rogue ST TD LS, Ping G425, back to the TD LS, a Rogue ST Max LS, Titleist TSR 3, a Srixon ZX5 LS before settling in with the 10.5 degree Paradym TD that is currently my gamer. 
     
    Fun fact: I tried the Paradym TD twice, both times swinging it into screens with trackman, and didn’t like what I was seeing. It was swinging it on an outdoor range, where I could get the numbers but also see actual ball flight and the shape of the shots I was hitting that sealed the deal. 
     
    I echo Jamie’s comments above and would also add, that the most appealing aspect of this driver is the relative ease I find the center of it. And regardless of how well I hit it, it always feels like it has more to give. The Paradym TD is just a wonderful driver and one that I highly recommend everyone try (PAY ATTENTION @Jnoble89)
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from GolfSpy_APH in Forum Staff Picks - Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond   
    It’s no secret that I like to tinker with and swap out clubs, but Drivers especially. I spent the better part of a decade gaming a Cobra Amp Cell with the gray/white color scheme. Last summer, it became apparent that it’s time had come, so I replaced it with a litany of options starting with a RAD Speed, then Mizuno ST-Z 220, Callaway Rogue ST TD LS, Ping G425, back to the TD LS, a Rogue ST Max LS, Titleist TSR 3, a Srixon ZX5 LS before settling in with the 10.5 degree Paradym TD that is currently my gamer. 
     
    Fun fact: I tried the Paradym TD twice, both times swinging it into screens with trackman, and didn’t like what I was seeing. It was swinging it on an outdoor range, where I could get the numbers but also see actual ball flight and the shape of the shots I was hitting that sealed the deal. 
     
    I echo Jamie’s comments above and would also add, that the most appealing aspect of this driver is the relative ease I find the center of it. And regardless of how well I hit it, it always feels like it has more to give. The Paradym TD is just a wonderful driver and one that I highly recommend everyone try (PAY ATTENTION @Jnoble89)
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from GolfSpy_APH in Forum Recap: Rapsodo MLM2PRO   
    With purchase of MLM2Pro comes a one year subscription to their premium service. After the first year, it is an annual renewal of $199.99. The unit can be used without the premium subscription but the functionality is pared down i.e. no spin data, combines, or simulator.
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from GolfSpy_BNG in Forum Staff Picks - Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond   
    It’s no secret that I like to tinker with and swap out clubs, but Drivers especially. I spent the better part of a decade gaming a Cobra Amp Cell with the gray/white color scheme. Last summer, it became apparent that it’s time had come, so I replaced it with a litany of options starting with a RAD Speed, then Mizuno ST-Z 220, Callaway Rogue ST TD LS, Ping G425, back to the TD LS, a Rogue ST Max LS, Titleist TSR 3, a Srixon ZX5 LS before settling in with the 10.5 degree Paradym TD that is currently my gamer. 
     
    Fun fact: I tried the Paradym TD twice, both times swinging it into screens with trackman, and didn’t like what I was seeing. It was swinging it on an outdoor range, where I could get the numbers but also see actual ball flight and the shape of the shots I was hitting that sealed the deal. 
     
    I echo Jamie’s comments above and would also add, that the most appealing aspect of this driver is the relative ease I find the center of it. And regardless of how well I hit it, it always feels like it has more to give. The Paradym TD is just a wonderful driver and one that I highly recommend everyone try (PAY ATTENTION @Jnoble89)
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from GolfSpy_APH in Forum Recap: Rapsodo MLM2PRO   
    I will echo what @GolfSpy_APH has said. The MLM2Pro is leaps and bounds better than the first generation MLM. To be fair to the MLM, at its inception it was tremendously better than other devices at the same price point. The progression that Rapsodo has made over the generations is astounding and I can’t wait to see what they update next. This unit would be worth your consideration at twice the price. What are you waiting for? Go get one!
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    GolfSpy_BEN reacted to GolfSpy_APH in Forum Recap: Rapsodo MLM2PRO   
    Rapsodo won't be coming out with a new model. They have also continually pushed updates making it relevant and progressing it forward.
    There are sure to be other items, but doubtful they cost the same or less.
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    GolfSpy_BEN got a reaction from GolfSpy BOS in Forum Recaps: MacGregor MT86 Irons   
    Well done, @GolfSpy BOS,
    These irons hit me right in the nostalgia, as they look remarkably similar to a set my uncle played when I was a kid. Loved the look of them then, love the look of them now.
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