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  1. Golf Pride Cp2 wrap. Smooth with added thickness. Really helps with arthritic fingers.
  2. In my experience as a 12 handicap, self admitted inconsistent driver. 1) Shaft has more of an influence on my consistency in launch, carry and spin thus affecting my distance and dispersion either good or bad. Lighter and longer with soft tip , I get high spin and more dispersion. Heavier and shorter in length less dispersion but lower launch no matter how much I change the loft. 2) Hosel and loft settings. I see subtle changes due to this variable. 3) Moving weights. I have not seen any noticeable change in direction. I feel this variable is way overrated to make a draw or slice. I will say that the sub variable of length of shaft has a substantial influence on consistency in direction and distance for me. I think attack angle plays a considerable role in the way any of these variables can affect your shot.
  3. Looks nice and peaked my interest as I used to crush a Titleist 975D once. Could hit the sweet spot more often then. If this one offers more forgiveness than it might be something I would like to try.
  4. Yes. On my home course it is very helpful on three to four par five holes. In use a TEE xcg that gets me 210-220 yds off the deck. Although, I now have a Callaway XS OR 19 degree that is breathing down its neck. It can get 200-210 yards with more ease some days.
  5. I am doing the same thing and getting better results. Makes me think to cut off 1/2”, but I hesitate due to it possibly having less trade in or sale value. Also, maybe choking up is the way to go and just leave it alone. I know I’ve hit 45” better and did not like 44.5”.
  6. Very good idea. I’m working on it. Thank you.
  7. The Callaway Epic Flash is a demo model that I was semi fitted for. It Is forgiving and long but I cannot consistently hit the sweet spot with it. Maybe shortening the shaft or just being better might make that happen. The Ping GMAX. I hit it in a store and hit my friends. Love the sound, feel and ultra forgiveness it has .Ive had good success with Ping drivers in the past. So I acquired one in a trade Not caring too much about distance this time. Want to see consistency in strikes with tighter dispersion.
  8. They are making some beautiful clubs these days. I started with Hogan Radials, so I have a fondness for the brand.
  9. I’ve been playing golf since 2004. Love the extreme challenge that golf presents to you. Not an easy game to master. Also, love the fact you our outside in fresh air, the views and landscapes. Mygolfspy has the best reviews and knowledge about equipment out there. I live in Hamden, CT. My home course is Laurel View CC. Best thing about my home course is that it tries to stay open all year. This year has been the best in years with the mild winter we had. Usually, my major complaint is the weather. Can’t say that this year. I am a Physical therapist assistant in a hospital. Challenging atmosphere at the present time due to Covid-19 virus. My user name comes from my favorite movie
  10. Driver: Got a shootout between Callaway Epic Flash vs Ping GMAX 400 going on. Fairway wood : TEE xcg 3 wood. Nothing ever beats it. I’ve tried others but it wins all the time. Hybrids: Callaway X-RAY OS 3&4 Irons: Wishon 771, Steelfiber I95 regular flex 5-GW. Making the change to graphite this year. Tried Recoils and others but this one is best for me. Putter: Odyssey two ball mallet
  11. I am so happy to have found this wonderful thread. The information and feedback are going to help me in my transition from steel to graphite in my irons. Thanks guys.
  12. 1. Rory Mcilroy 2. Phil Mickelson 3. Lucas Glover 4. Charlie Hoffman Cameron Champ -8
  13. Mike Hamden, CT 13 Titleist AP1 712, dynalite gold s300 i500
  14. Mike from CT 61 years old 13 handicap Titleist AP1 712 4-G, True Temper Dynalite gold xp s300 shafts. Thanks for the opportunity.
  15. Being an old time weightlifter and a physical therapy assistant, I can personally attest that overdoing presses overhead and bench pressing to access will more than likely give you shoulder issues someday. Avoid at all costs, behind the neck presses and pulldowns. I used to do heavy deadlifts, power cleans, bench pressing and squats when was younger (I am 60) and they helped me attain a good foundation of strength and power. I was immortal once and in your 20's you can get away with a lot but it may set you up for troubles later. So if embarking on a weight training routine, be wise and know that are ways to do it that will not make it a hindrance to your golf game or life. Don't make how much is on the bar important. Do less barbell work and focus more on circuit training, dumbbells, and band use.
  16. I'll echo the thoughts on sketchers. Their trail sneakers are very good. I would avoid running sneakers with mesh only across the toes. Easy to wear through. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. When I play alone or with my regular partner and we are paired up with another twosome we play music. We are always aware of others on the course that may not like it. So we never play it loud and sometimes off if too close to others. I think used with common sense and respect for others it adds to the fun. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. Mike CT 14 handicap Cobra F6, stock stiff flex 98-100 mph 240 yard carry Phil Mickelson
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