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About MrPizzle

  • Birthday 11/04/1972

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    Baltimore, MD
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    Golf, Baseball, & Making BBQ.
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  1. I use both the Cut Blue and the Cut Grey. The Blue is a 4 piece ball that has a slightly firmer feel. The Grey is my favorite though, 3 piece, softer feel. Both are great and I highly recommend them.
  2. Honestly I think I'd probably be fine with either. I just liked the look of the 4 wheel. Sturdier, less likely to tipping over in the rough. I did find a 4 wheel swivel from Caddytek but it's discontinued. I guess it was tried and not popular. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. I'm booked for Feb 3, can't wait. I purchased a driver fitting for my Dad last Father's Day, he kills that club now and beats my a$$! Not with the club but on the course! Lol Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  4. Ok, so I'm not sure if anyone wants to hear a review from a guy who shoots 92-97 but here goes. So after another season of not hitting my irons worth a darn I decided to grab the 8iron off of eB$y. When I took it out of the box I remember looking down at it like, how in the world will a half moon shaped club help me? So I headed to the range, dropped a ball and hit a crisp, rocket that sailed dead right barely avoiding the poor guy next to me! He looked over at me, saw the club, and immediately said "I'm not moving so you better learn that thing quick!" Lol A few swings without a ball later I tried again, not as bad but still not straight. After about 5 more balls I got it! Once your hands get in front and that line splits your nose (imaginary for those who don't have one) the ball launches dead straight, high, and longer than my 8 iron. I took it to,the range about 2 more times before I actually played. That was the true test, my first round out I hit about 5 balls with it to warm up, switched to my 8 iron for a few then to the first tee. That round I smashed my irons like I've never had. No chunked shots, no thin shots, just high soft landing draws. It was more of the same the next two rounds. The thing I noticed from those rounds was how much easier I was swinging and how much better I was striking the ball. If this helped a hacker like me than it should help everyone. Go grab one with confidence and enjoy your rounds! Mike Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  5. Hi, Can anyone help me find a 4 wheel push cart with front swivel wheels? Does this exist, if not why? I would think it would be a great feature. Help, I need to walk, I'm 45 and noticed some pudge forming around the middle! Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  6. This is a great golf ball. I like how soft they are, if you need a more firm feel (giggity) try the Cut Blue. They felt very pro v1 x to me. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  7. I play the Cut Grey ball. I purchased a sleeve after hearing about them on a podcast and I'm really happy with them. They really are similar to the big boys in terms of performance, I can get 2 dozen for the price of less than 1 of the big boys boxes. They even offer trial sleeves, go see for yourself. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  8. 1. Mike Abingdon, MD USA 2. 2003 Scotty Cameron Futura 3. Not fitted, scared to mess with a good thing! Lol 4. Will test either one, no preference Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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