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EthanSterlingPrice

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  1. Little late for a gift idea but my pick would have to be a leather golf journal my brother ordered me from a company called Rustico. I keep it in my bag and use it every round. In the bag Driver: Callaway Rogue Subzero 9.5 Stiff flex 3 wood: Callaway Rogue Subzero 15 degree Hybrids: 17 degree titleist 816 h2 Irons: Ben Hogan Ptx 22-46 degree (4-pw)stiff flex standard lie Wedges: Callaway Mac Daddy 4 50,54,58 degrees Putter: Odyssey EXO seven Gig’em Aggies!
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    Can golf shoes impact scoring?

    I know a poor fitting shoe and spikeless shoes both hurt my performance but I’ve played well in plenty of different brands and models of shoes that had a good fit so definitely could see there being a performance gain in the right circumstances. In the bag Driver: Callaway Rogue Subzero 9.5 Stiff flex 3 wood: Callaway Rogue Subzero 15 degree Hybrids: 17 degree titleist 816 h2 Irons: Ben Hogan Ptx 22-46 degree (4-pw)stiff flex standard lie Wedges: Callaway Mac Daddy 4 50,54,58 degrees Putter: Odyssey EXO seven Gig’em Aggies!
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    How do you measure a successful score?

    Well par is always a good spot to start, but I prefer to focus on making shots and let the score happen. If I get too focused on shooting a score then I tend to get ahead of myself or dwell on previous holes then force shots I shouldn’t. I’m that fella who says one shot at a time, I wish I could think holes in advance like some players but I just get into trouble. Hats off to the players who can though. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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    Do you shape your shots?

    I only shape if it’s absolutely necessary, my stock flight is medium-high draw from top to bottom and I try to stick to that as much as possible. I can turn the ball as hard left as I need to so those I don’t mind using as much but fades are hard for me to keep in control and easily become push slices if I’m not careful so I only use them when I have to. I think the ability to shape shots even at the minimum is a big advantage to scoring. Avoiding trouble, getting the best lines into the green and the comfort of knowing that shot is in your arsenal can help to free you up all by itself. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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    Made where?

    Bridgestone my friend, dang good ball too in my opinion at least. In the bag Driver: Callaway Rogue Subzero 9.5 Stiff flex 3 wood: Callaway Rogue Subzero 15 degree Hybrids: 17 degree titleist 816 h2 Irons: Ben Hogan Ptx 22-46 degree (4-pw)stiff flex standard lie Wedges: Callaway Mac Daddy 4 50,54,58 degrees Putter: Odyssey EXO seven Gig’em Aggies!
  6. See as a Texas A&M Aggie I’m looking at Baylor bears so I feel you on this lol In the bag Driver: Callaway Rogue Subzero 9.5 Stiff flex 3 wood: Callaway Rogue Subzero 15 degree Hybrids: 17 degree titleist 816 h2 Irons: Ben Hogan Ptx 22-46 degree (4-pw)stiff flex standard lie Wedges: Callaway Mac Daddy 4 50,54,58 degrees Putter: Odyssey EXO seven Gig’em Aggies!
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    Smartline Putting Ball Marker

    Did you have that when we played? That’d explain all the putts you snuck in [emoji848]. Kinda thinking about making one of these in our workshop... In the bag Driver: Callaway Rogue Subzero 9.5 Stiff flex 3 wood: Callaway Rogue Subzero 15 degree Hybrids: 17 degree titleist 816 h2 Irons: Ben Hogan Ptx 22-46 degree (4-pw)stiff flex standard lie Wedges: Callaway Mac Daddy 4 50,54,58 degrees Putter: Odyssey EXO seven Gig’em Aggies!
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    Stability putter shafts - hot or not?

    I just don’t see a lot of promise in this, and believe me I hope I’m wrong like plenty of times before. I can miss as many putts with a hickory shafted putter as I do steel shafted one and it’s entirely the Indian over the arrow but maybe I’m that fella this new tech works for... when the price falls a tad... Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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    Stay with iPhone X, or move to Samsung???

    I’ve got the new iPhone and haven’t had any issues with it so far so I think it just comes down to which one you prefer. Using iPhone for so long you’ll have to relearn the whole phone interface if you switch but you never know you could like it a lot better. In the bag Driver: Callaway Rogue Subzero 9.5 Stiff flex 3 wood: Callaway Rogue Subzero 15 degree Hybrids: 17 degree titleist 816 h2 Irons: Ben Hogan Ptx 22-46 degree (4-pw)stiff flex standard lie Wedges: Callaway Mac Daddy 4 50,54,58 degrees Putter: Odyssey EXO seven Gig’em Aggies!
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    PXG 0811 X & XF GEN 2 Driver Thread

    They must’ve removed the space age materials from the screws to cut it down that much. In the bag Driver: Callaway Rogue Subzero 9.5 Stiff flex 3 wood: Callaway Rogue Subzero 15 degree Hybrids: 17 degree titleist 816 h2 Irons: Ben Hogan Ptx 22-46 degree (4-pw)stiff flex standard lie Wedges: Callaway Mac Daddy 4 50,54,58 degrees Putter: Odyssey EXO seven Gig’em Aggies!
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    Perplexed again : 2 Nd lesson

    Takes more than than one or two lessons to get those changes and drills to sink in so I’d stick to what the instructor is giving you and not overthink things. Sticking to the practice plan will be worth it soon enough, I promise. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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    Does Jordan Spieth have the yips?

    He’ll get figured out and be a force again. He’s too good not to. Gotta admit I am a bit biased though lol. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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    Official - Snedeker Leaves Bridgestone

    My bet is on TaylorMade but Callaway sure is swiping up a bunch of these fellas recently. I think he played the TaylorMade Burner for a few years after the newer models so we know he’s liked their gear in the past. Guess we’ll just have to see... Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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    A different take-away

    Definitely a valid swing thought, my tendency is to get flat so it may not work as well for me though. As far as the driver vs. fairway goes for me I swing fairly similar with each focusing on turning and staying behind the ball. In the bag Driver: Callaway Rogue Subzero 9.5 Stiff flex 3 wood: Callaway Rogue Subzero 15 degree Hybrids: 17 degree titleist 816 h2 Irons: Ben Hogan Ptx 22-46 degree (4-pw)stiff flex standard lie Wedges: Callaway Mac Daddy 4 50,54,58 degrees Putter: Odyssey EXO seven Gig’em Aggies!
  15. Practice makes permanent. Perfect practice makes perfect. Nothing against guys who play well self taught but they’re a very small minority versus lessons players. Fittings are kind of similar to me, equipment built with the player in mind will work for them while stock gear might not. Long run though consistency is king no matter how funky it looks. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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