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jrmull

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About jrmull

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  • Birthday 08/28/1973

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    Mount Vernon, OH
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  1. Awesome stuff MGS and Bridgestone! Reckon I'll take my shot at it. Tiebreaker: Tour Championship Final Score: -13
  2. Tier 5 - Cameron Smith Tiebreaker: Winning score -16 #SpyStaffSlam: 2019 Open Championship#SpyStaffSlam: 2019 Open Championship
  3. #SpyStaffSlam: 2019 PGA Championship Tiebreaker: - Tier 5 player: Charles Howell III - Winning score: - 8
  4. Awesome contest! Tier 5 Player: Kodaira Tiebreaker: -13 #SpyStaffSlam
  5. Thanks MGS & Wilson for these fun opportunities! Tier 1: Jason Day Tier 2: Tony Finau Tier 3: Ian Poulter Tier 4: Luke List Tier 5: Keegan Bradley Winning Score -20
  6. Thanks MGS and Wilson for another fun opportunity! Tier 1: Rory McIlroy Tier 2: Brian Harman Tier 3: Tony Finau Tier 4: Graeme McDowell Tier 5: Steve Stricker Winning Score: -8
  7. To follow up on this - it was five different manufacturers represented in Patrick's bag.
  8. I saw somewhere, he has like 7 different brands in his bag right now.
  9. Good luck everyone - been looking forward to this week for a long while! Masters 2018: Tier 1: Jordan Spieth Tier 2: Alex Noren Tier 3: Kevin Chappell Tier 4: Bryson DeChambeau Tier 5: Kyle Stanley Winning Score: -11 Low Amateur: +1
  10. Great season guys! I enjoyed the competition all year. Congrats to the overall winner, whoever that turns out to be. I had a good run, in the summer segment, my most consistent segment, but came up just a bit short. Good luck next year!
  11. My experience with Ping has been very good as well. Sent my i25 PW back to repair a minor ding on the face/leading edge (must have hit a stone or something hard) well after the any free replacement period. Instead of repairing it, they sent me a brand new club. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. Disclaimer: This post may qualify as a bunch of ramblings Lessons have helped me immensely and I'm hitting the ball better than I ever have before. It has been fairly costly, but my swing was so fundamentally flawed and my knowledge and understanding of it so limited, that I was never going to get any better - and I had tried! For someone like myself or a beginner, I think lessons are a no-brainer and almost a must. In such cases the overhaul or a specific swing philosophy is probably needed. but for others (like some of the commenters here) who are low handicaps, what is needed can be d
  13. Going to pass on this, but this a hard one to pass on. Absolute beauties! Good luck and look forward to the reviews!
  14. Great thread and discussion! Several of these brands that have failed, went through a reset, or pulled out of the equipment industry, had periods when their product was inferior or at least perceived to be so. Think Wilson in the PepsiCo/Amer years, McGregor during the Amer years, even Nike clubs in the early years. Once a company has the stigma of having an inferior product, coming back has to be extremely difficult. Barbajo and MyGolfSpy did a great job showing that in the article(s) on Wilson (sorry, don't have the links at the moment) as they rebuild their reputation, which it seems, they
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