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ljdarby

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About ljdarby

  • Birthday 10/06/1944

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Lafayette, LA
  • Interests
    Golf, Physical Fitness, Cardiovascular Health
  • Handicap:
    6
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    self

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  1. I walk 100% of the time on our private course of 7050 yards. My previous electric cart was the QOD cart, a cart that had frequent problems during its three year warranty period- I replaced the motor 4 times, the speed controller 3 times, the main controller cable once & the computer board twice. All work done by me with parts, under warranty, supplied by the distributor. I currently, and for the past six months, used a Clicgear 3.5+ cart with Alphard eWheel drive train and enjoy it immencely, outside of the fact the motors (2) have minimum torque such that the unit slows down to a crawl when faced with any elevation change whatsoever, then had to be reaccelerated after reaching flat ground. I would like to try the Motocaddy since one of my golfing group has had one model of that company's product for about a year now with no operational problems whatsoever.
  2. Swing speed is 84mph & handicap is 6.0 - larry.darby@lusfiber.net
  3. Name: Larry Darby email: larry.darby@lusfiber.net Handicap: 6 Rounds/year: 175-200 Current putter: Scotty Cameron California DelMar
  4. Larry, Lafayette, LA Handicap: 5 Swingspeed: 84mph Driver: Cally Alpha 815, Speeder 565 REGULAR shaft
  5. I am interested in Ping Crossover: Name: Larry Handicap: 6 Lafayette, LA Callaway 16 degree hybrid, regular Project X graphite shaft Titleist 21 degree hybrid, regular Diamana graphite shaft
  6. Larry Darby Lafayette, LA 6.0 Callaway Apex Pro Forged- custom fit at Callaway's Carlsbad facility Shaft is stock Mamiya Recoil graphite REGULAR flex
  7. See attached for my HoganFit stats. I played Hogan forged irons in my earlier golfing days (Hogan Producers, Directors & Edge models) and loved the feel and quality of construction. I also played a Hogan driver at one time. All were top quality equipment. I mourned the day that the Fort Worth location was sold and the originality of the Hogan brand faded into the sunset. I look forward to its return with envy.
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