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blackngold_blood last won the day on June 12

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  1. Yes, for round 1, just like the NFL. The pre-bracket I put on the forum detailed that as did the drop-down message within the spreadsheet itself. I'll see if I can figure out a way to give you (and anyone else in a similar boat) partial credit because there should be some reward for picking round 1 match-ups correctly. That just goes to show how well I can read and follow directions! Never even noticed it saying to reseed.
  2. I was on the Fantrax app and the Golf League 2020 is there showing teams and draft positions so it has to be close. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. That is the way it looked to me. Otherwise you would be tied with CW. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. I believe we (not me) aren’t as bad at picking as stated. After inspection a few guys (me included) just didn’t rebracket them by seed. @sirchunksalot actually got 4 right. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. Well on that list would be Mahomes, Jackson, Theilen, Engram, Cook, and Carson. Then we could add JuJu, Ingram, Chark, Conner, Coleman, DJ, Cooper, Julio Jones, Montgomery, Edelman, Diggs, Keenan Allen, etc. Boy typing out these posts make me realize what could have been! Sent from my Moto Z3 Play using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  6. That’s all you traded away!?! I’d list the players I traded away but nobody has time to read through them all! I’ll just give everybody the highlights. Lamar Jackson, Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson, Dalvin Cook, Chris Carson, MG3, Adam Theilen, OBJ, Cooper Kupp, George Kittle, and Evan Engram twice just to name a few! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. Happy birthday! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. Just purchased a LAGP TPHDe shaft. It isn't a perfect fit weight and flex wise but I have always wanted to try this shaft. I resisted for about 2 hours before finally caving. Willpower only last so long. Sent from my Moto Z3 Play using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  9. Happy birthday! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. While I do agree with you that face angle is important, at least in my testing over the years. While a closed face may help some of the chronic slicers to close the face, not all of them will benefit from it. I am a prime example. For years I fought a push fade/slice, and was always seeking closed face drivers hoping to help calm it. I just happened to try a friends club that had an open face and the results confused me to be honest. I was hitting that thing with a beautiful 5-10 yard fade. I pondered what was so different for weeks before finally taking a stab at it being the open face. I apparently had a mental issue that was causing me to swing the closed face driver open at impact. By using the open face driver I was more conscious in closing the face during the swing. What looks open to me may actually be square or even possibly look close to someone else. All that said, I still fail to see any validity in knowing ANY specs of a club that someone else is swinging. The MGS Mosted Wanted Testing is a starting point and nothing more. Nobody should look at the results and say I should be play X because it is the Most Wanted. This should be a given to the knowledgeable golfer and the “other” golfers probably wouldn’t care. Dynamic Loft vs Launch and strike location vs spin (back/side) and ball speed are more important when looking at somebody else’s numbers. As far as I’m concerned static numbers of individual heads are more beneficial in a fitting to help find optimal numbers. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. I see a problem with the need to publish the face angle. Can agree that the knowledgeable golfer will already know that going up in loft will close the face and going down will open the face? So now the problem I see. Every head will have a different loft, face, and lie spec due to the manufacturing tolerances. Therefore it is more important to know the exact specs of the head you will be playing and not the specs of the head someone else is playing. One ping 8.5* head may be 7* loft and 2* open so going to 9* will help square the face. The next 8.5* head may already be 9* loft and have a square face. Knowing the specs of what someone else is testing is of very little value to another individual.
  12. Happy birthday! Sent from my Moto Z3 Play using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  13. Looks like it went through to me. @GolfSpy STUDque I think you have Snaphook Hackster in 2 divisions.
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