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Salvadori

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About Salvadori

  • Birthday October 6

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    Hershey PA
  • Handicap:
    9
  1. Michael Harmon St Louis, MO Ping Scottsdale PickEmUp Number 3
  2. Michael from PA 8.2 hcp Currrently playing Bridgestone J40 Forged irons Best fit for my game would be the JPX 900 Forged
  3. My thoughts embedded below....with ALL due respect. We all have our own subjective opinions, etc. I prefer the laser for a few reasons... It doesn't require you to upload courses or pay yearly fees. *My SkyCaddie SG5 cost me $79 five years ago and the annual subscription ends up costing me less than $1 a round. Easy choice for me. Rangefinders start at $300, and you have to do all the work. You can shoot hazards or objects next to hazards to get an ideal distance for your desired landing area. *SkyCaddie gives you yardage to each and every hazard instantly.
  4. My SkyCaddie (SG5) has distance to the targets on the Driving Range at nearly every course I have ever played. They are professionally mapped at the same time the course is.
  5. WHY would you want to switch to a laser rangefinder? Do you doubt your GPS yardages? I find lasers to take too long, and I dislike that they don't give me yardages on the blind tee shot, to the end of the fairway, to the bunker/carry the bunker, front middle back of the green. I hate using laser. (And I hate playing with a guy using a laser). My SkyCaddie tells me not only how far it is to the corner of the dogleg, but it tells me how far my APPROACH will be from there...before I even hit my drive. It tells me all three numbers (F/M/B) on the green, plus the shape and depth of the
  6. Your first name, home state/province Michael, from PA Your current handicap Carrying a 9 now Have you used a GPS watch? Which one? Not a watch, but have been using SkyCaddie (handheld) for ten years Have you used a Shot Tracking System? Which one? Haven't used one yet
  7. Michael Pennsylvania HCP: 9 Current Set: I switch between my Cleveland 588 TTs and Bridgestone J40 Forged Dual Pocket Cavity irons. I still have my set of TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC's, too. Strength: ability to work the ball where I want Weakness: Sometimes struggle with distance control, and a couple of times a round I will THIN one
  8. Dream. Come. True. Michael Harmon Live in PA Carrying an 8 hcp Dream set: Huntington Beach 6, with Winn RTX-3 Tour Satin 58, 54, 50 & 46 Z 765 irons 5-9 22° Z H45 Hybrid 19° Z 355 hybrid 15° Z F45 fairway Z565 driver Your name, home state or province and current handicap The makeup of your dream Srixon/Cleveland bag from putter through driver.
  9. Age 43 Cutter & Buck Pennsylvania/California
  10. 1. Your name and state Michael Harmon from PA 2. Your current handicap 6.2 3. Your current ball I usually play TaylorMade Tour Preferred X or Callaway Chrome Soft 4. How many rounds per month do you play? about 12 rounds a month
  11. Michael, Pennsylvania Callaway X-Hot Pro 10.5*, Project X 6.0 97 mph and 230 yd average carry
  12. Michael, Pennsylvania, USA Currently putting with a center-shafted RH Ping Scottsdale Pick-em-up Tour XDream Common miss is a push
  13. First name and home town Michael, from Hershey/Harrisburg PA Handicap 14 Current irons/shafts Bridgestone J40 Forged, Dynamic Gold R300 (also have a set of custom Cleveland 588TTs that I use sometimes, and a set of TaylorMade TourPreferred MCs) Custom Fit – yes or no Yes, always Custom fit for length, lie and loft
  14. Name and home state Michael Harmon, currently living in Pennsylvania Handicap 5.9 Rounds per year 3 times a week, 10 months a year (120+ rounds) How you typically purchase golf balls (online, pro shops, big box golf retailers, department stores, etc) I usually buy my golf balls online, 3 dozen at a time
  15. Your name, average putts per round and home state Michael Harmon, averaging 28 ppr, raised in Southern California but Pennsylvania is my home Your putting stroke type: either straight, arc or slight arc 'Straight' putting stroke, currently with a center-shafted Ping Scottsdale PickemUp Your pick for the greatest clutch "Major" putter of all time Tiger, in his prime, made EVERYTHING when it counted. He just didn't miss. Definition of 'clutch'. (Although Speith is right on his tail)
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