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revkev

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  1. revkev

    2019 Most Wanted Driver PXG 0811X/0811XF

    I think it would be fun to see PXG finish squarely in the middle of the pack. However your remark about the comments section has me rethinking that opinion. :) I think it will be Ping or Callaway in the top spot. If the G410 outdid Sam’s G400 as it did in his brief demo it could be the next beast. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. That’s alright, Kenny has us beat by a mile. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. You can derive benefit from standing with your feet together - not quite as much as kneeling but it works the same muscle groups. Perhaps try that until your elbow heals. My left arm used to give me some gruff over aggressive swinging. I discerned that it was never anything serious, just some aching because I had never done that before. Now its fine. Perhaps you will work your way into those swings too. After all if you have OLD disease, I have much OLDER (62). Good luck and I would say you are being smart to be cautious.
  4. Nice job Looking forward to reading more about them. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. revkev

    What/How did you practice today?

    Weather here is gorgeous but not enough time to play means more practice. Funeral this morning, premarital counseling session and church this evening. Brought workout clothes and SuperSpeed sticks. Did that protocol between the funeral and the counseling session. Went to the practice green at the latest cal muni to chip and putt between that session and the evening service. :) Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. Have any of you guys seen the new Bridgestone Commercial with Bryson and Tiger in it yet? I think it's hysterical. Penny and I died laughing when we watched it. We done
  7. Week 20 in the books for me - big jump in my SuperSpeed workout SS's this week as I set records in every category. Of note I finally crossed over the 100 mph barrier on a kneeling swing - of course it had to be left handed because, why not? I attribute this to the ASD 2 that I'm doing which is the recoil one. I know lots of you are looking forward to the Spring. It's coming - I can tell you - they're playing baseball here which is the first sign of it!
  8. revkev

    Kuchar is embarrassingly cheap

    Can we pause for a second and look at it another way. Kuchar’s statement was late but wise and ends the controversy. However why are we turning El Tucan into a villain? It’s entirely possible that he had no clue what caddies were paid and that Kuchar did indeed take advantage of him. The fact is that we don’t know Kuchar, we don’t know Tucan. I’m glad he got some extra dough out of the deal - and wisdom prevailed and Kuchar moves on with very little damage to his reputation. Everybody wins - but I’d think twice before making anyone wear the black or white hat in this. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. revkev

    Does hitting 1,000 posts make me a millennial?

    They’ve all been good ones brother! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. revkev

    What/How did you practice today?

    I love when things worked out - this practice session led to a not bad for this time of the year where I'm only playing 2 or 3 times a month 77 at the Innisbrook South course. As predicted I had some trouble with the rough as it is different there from the Bayou - they seem to plant it so that you have lots of shots into the green and into the grain Bermuda, dormant or not, is extremely tricky. I also had some issues in the 40-70 yard range - not surprising either - I haven't been playing much nor have I practiced those shots. So I was supposed to play with Foz today but had something come up (actually the something is the President of my Church body is coming to visit the beginning of next week to do a video about Church workers at my parish - I'm going to be in the video so it's a huge deal) I did have time to hit the range this morning which I did. I was disappointed in my driver swing speed but just like with the SuperSpeed training I'm slower in the morning and honestly I had a bit of a hangover. I was still up into the low to mid 90's, ball speed mid 130's, distance 225-235 on voice caddy so it wasn't horrid. Generally speaking I'm a few yards longer with my regular ball than with range balls. More important is that I was consistent through the bag, hitting the ball nicely and on target. I had a flag that was 67 and one that was 82 to aim at so I did and with a couple of different wedges, alternating between the 56, 52 and 60 to execute those shots (couldn't reach the 82 with the 60 but it was fun to try). Clearly I need that kind of work. Funeral tomorrow so I will hit the practice green again between that service and our regular Saturday evening one. But this week will be a lost golf week, my wife and I are going to a play Sunday after Church, Penny and I are going to Spring training on Monday, President Harrison comes on Tuesday - maybe I can go to the range again next Friday.
  11. revkev

    Kuchar is embarrassingly cheap

    I think I can and it's not going to be a very popular opinion but I will give it anyway. There is a growing bias in our country and perhaps also the world against financially successful people. Regardless of what may have been pre-agreed upon the appearance is that Kuchar is being cheap at best but underlying is the implication that he has taken advantage of someone who is entitled to more pay. I stand by my statement that Kuchar can't win, that he has already damaged his reputation and that he should do whatever it takes to make this story go away quickly. Pay the guy off to not talk about it anymore and don't talk about it himself either. He can not win. He looks bad. Personally I can't determine how wrong or right he was in this because I wasn't there to hear the discussion between the two and I'm fairly certain there was no written contract. So I'm not judging Kuchar as right or wrong just simply stating he will never appear right to the overwhelming number of people. Honestly the case could be made that he is wrong even if he paid the agreed upon price because he took advantage of the guy - people normally get paid between 50-100K for what this guy did - offering 15k just doesn't seem proper. You can argue until you are blue in the face that he wasn't a professional caddy - if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck - its a duck - at least it is to me. On another note could we please be careful about name calling here - I know it's unintended but we may be pushing the limit at this point. I'm certain that is not what we want to do. This is clearly an emotionally charged topic and it would be nice to talk it all the way out while learning everyone's perspective and take. I for one am learning something from the varying opinions. Thanks
  12. revkev

    Happy birthday @GolfSpy Dave

    I hope you had great birthday, Dave. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  13. revkev

    Happy Birthday GolfSpy_MBP

    Happy birthday to my favorite Yeti hunter! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. It’s a nice tip - thanks for sharing it! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  15. revkev

    Langer

    Most popular Iron ever made. Raise your hand if you games them. [emoji870] Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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