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rymail00

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  1. Ryan, Plattsburgh NY 6 handicap Scratch 1018 wedges 50°-54°-58°
  2. Ryan NY TM M1 430, Tensei Pro White 70s Never been fit so this would be my first time (37 years old and been playing for 30 years)
  3. Ryan Plattsburgh NY 6 718 AP2 Steelfiber i95 stiff Ping i210
  4. Ryan. NY Scratch 1018 50°-54°-58° I'd like the same 3 degree wedges as well Thanks this is an awesome giveaway.
  5. Teir 1-Dustin Johnson Teir 2-Bryson Dechambeau Teir 3-Andy Sullivan Teir 4-Jason Dufner Teir 5-John Daly
  6. Ryan, NY Currently using Bushnell Pro X2, and also Skycaddie SGX-W (for front-back of green, and blind shots).
  7. -Ryan, New York -2016 M1 430, 8.5, Tensei Pro White 70s -100mph, 6 handicap -9.5°, Tensei White stiff
  8. I think he'll be fine (hopefully) . They showed him on the next hole swinging.
  9. 1) Ryan, Plattsburgh, NY 2) 6 handicap, 100-103 3) TM M1 430, 8.5° with Tensei Pro White 70 stiff, tipped .5", playing at 45.5" 4) G400 LST 8.5°, Tensei Pro White 70s, tipped .5" at 45.5"
  10. I think this could be the worst thing to happen in golf in quite awhile. The game for us 99.9% is hard, it's really hard. So to penalize that section of the actual paying population of the game will be the final nail in the coffin possibly for the game of golf. Penalizing that 99.9% that pays to keep the courses open, and the registers at the proshops registers riniging is just an awful idea. To knock roughly 20% off the drives of am golfers that hit ball roughly 240 off the tee (which is more than the average golfer already) is 48 yards. So the guy that averages 240 will be averaging 190+/- off the tee. I don't know about you but that sounds like fun to me (sarcasm)? My old man is 70, and his playing partners are too. Just 2 seasons ago they swallowed their pride and moved from the mens tees to the senior tees. They got sick of not having fun hitting driver fairway wood/hybrids/long irons into what we'd consider short to mid par 4's. So like I said they swallowed some pride and moved forward to the senior tees (which are basically the womens tees on like 13/18 holes). Now take away 20% from these dedicated lifer's of the game and you rob the fun they just gained. I mean this really will be the final nail in coffin to growing the game, getting the 2-3x's a month player, and possibly newbies from getting fully involved. Changing the whole game for .01% of golfers in just asinine. Why not grow the rough thicker on tour, slow down the damn fairways so they're not getting 30-40 yards of roll off the tee, make the bunkers bigger, and the landing znes for drivers smaller. Hell get rid of par 5's if your worried about protecting par. Nobody wants to watch Tiger and Rory rip 260-270 yard drives....
  11. Sorry for your loss. But glad to see your taking a turn for the better. It's definitely not easy, and I envy you for being able to doing this. Keep at it!
  12. I know exactly how you feel OP!! Our snow is just about 95% gone (tree lines have sporadic snow by some tree trunk/stumps), and it's been above freezing to almost 50* daily. This may be the earliest we've ever opened our courses, but it's not weird to be open for 2 weeks and then get 6" of snow lol.
  13. Your first name, home state/province Your current handicap Have you used a GPS watch? Which one? Have you used a Shot Tracking System? Which one? Ryan, NY 6 No, but have SGX-W No
  14. Your first name Your home state or province Your current handicap Your current distance measuring method (laser, GPS or eyeball) Ryan NY 7 SkyCaddie SGX-W
  15. Your name, home state/province/part of the world Your handicap Your current shot tracking system, if any -Ryan Maille, NY -6 -Skycaddie SGX-W (currently)
  16. This one if the putters I've had the most interest in trying that's been released lately. Love the idea of picking softness or firmness at impact. Ny 6 TO Mills Heritage (carbon)
  17. Steelfibers are the best shafts I've played, paired with Miura.....can't go wrong!! I'm in please!
  18. What unbelievable opportunity this would be! I'm 35 and have been playing since I was 5 but unfortunately small town living makes things like Trackman and FlightScope, well impossible to find and get on. 3 decades and I've never had the opportunity and this would the coolest thing ever! Ryan Maille, NY, 6 handicap
  19. Very cool, and really interested in trying a Crossover 1) Ryan 2) NY 3) 7 4) Titleist 915H 21* and 24* (both set to C1 setting), Diamana D+ 90 stiff +.5"
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