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  1. Back in the day, Cobra had a rep in Florida that was making over 1 million a year. He was making more that the company president. They fired him and changed the way they paid their reps. Now, most of the guys I see are independent and have several lines. These guys hustle and have a massive territory( Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana). The most successful guys are easily clearing 150000 in a good year, but it is entirely cyclical. Tough way to make a living. Sent from OregonMyGolfSpy
  2. Early look at the show floor... Sent from OregonMyGolfSpy
  3. Not sure if I can remember them all, but I’ll try. Starting with current set and working back Srixon Z785 Srixon Z765 Taylor Made P750 Ping i25 Adams CB2 Adams MB2 Cleveland CB red MacGregor M675 MacGregor M685 Titleist 690.Mb Precept forged CB Titleist 990 Cleveland CG2 Cleveland CG1 Cleveland TA1 Cleveland TA3 Cleveland HiBore (1 round) Mizuno MP14 (3 sets) I’m sure that I have left out a bunch. I’ll edit as I remember. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. I really did want to go early at 9 with the other PGA guys and avoid the lines.. but I've got to actually do a little work on this trip.....
  5. I have no interest in standing in any line to hit any club that I can hit at my local shop the next week. My primary consideration will be to see anything that I would not normally get a chance to see. Smaller wedge and putter companies, independents, ect.
  6. We are making the trek all the way from rainy Oregon to the Show. My new owner wants to go the the NGCOA Business Conference that is held in conjunction with the Merchandise show. I finagled him into thinking that it would be good for the management team to make the trip, so we are all going!! As things stand now, I am planning on being at the Demo Day on Tuesday from 1-5. I wanted to go from 9-1, but there are a few seminars that I need to attend that are conflicting. Merchandise Show Wed am, Thurs am and Fri am, then leave for home on Sat at 0:dark thirty. If you are planning on making the trip, let me know... Always ready to meet fellow Spies.... N.
  7. I just spent 3 days at the resort. Last Monday-Wednesday. We didn’t get the great weather, but did have the great fun. Love. That. Place. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. We sold through all of our Soft Feel Yellow balls this year, and not one complaint about them being any different than the white... Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. Tacos are Wednesday. Don’t ask me why. The Taco record, for those who want to know, is currently 12 Sent from OregonMyGolfSpy
  10. I didn't think that there were any real legit reasons to go to Junk City, other than Guaranty RV.. Have a great time at Fidds... Those guys are truly the best.
  11. I have a little experience with fitting lie angles. I agree that using a Lie Board as the only tool for a fitting is a mistake. However, running from a club fitter who uses a lie board as part of his tool box for fitting is also a mistake. I was always a big believer in getting the ball to go where the customer thought he or she was aiming. That sometimes meant adjusting the lie a little differently that what the tape might suggest. I would never personally buy clubs without looking at the ball flight outside. Sure, go ahead and try them indoors, but golf is played outside. Ball Flight is king.
  12. Tell Jason Hi for me. And bring your warm clothes and a thermal cap. The hitting bay is not heated yet. So it can get a little cold in there...
  13. So, let me see if I understand this correctly.... It is less than $600 per year for UNLIMITED Golf.. and range? and practice facility? Even if you do not play and only practice and hit range balls, that is dirt cheap.. I'm not familiar with the golf economy in Massachusetts, but out west, $600 is few months dues for a Jr Executive. If I were in your shoes, and SWMBO was on board, I'd already have signed the paperwork...
  14. Just completed my fitting yesterday at the Bend Oregon location. My fitter, Jason Owens was amazing. Everything exceeded expectations. What I learned is that I have nearly the perfect setup... I can change iron heads to the Callaway Apex 19, and pick up 2MPH of ball speed and 7 yards of carry, and reduce my dispersion from 11.8f L to 4.8f L. I should soft step my iron shafts by 1 inch to bring them more in line with the frequencies that I prefer. My driver is perfect. My FW is basically a mini driver, even off of the deck. I like heavier shafts. - This was one of the main reasons that I was interested in going through such a complete fitting. I wanted to make sure that I was not leaving any potential yards out there by playing shafts that are too heavy for me as I age. Jason quickly dispelled this notion as we tried every weight and flex imaginable, and nothing was better that the 132g TT DGTI S400 that I play now. His only recommendation was to soft step them so I could get the spin rate a smidge higher on my long irons, and so that the CPM's will be more in line with the rest of my set. If you are close to a True Spec, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND making time to visit and go through a full bag fitting. It was completely worth the trip.
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