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Terpgolfer

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  1. Ted from NC 14.2 HCP Callaway XR i like a hybrid that flies high and lands softly on the green. I don’t carry a 4or 5 iron since my hybrids are more dependable.
  2. Ted - The Big Cats, North Carolina Old handheld range finder Anything that makes the game easier for us hackers is great. The game of golf is hard enough so let us have the best golf technology out there to make it enjoyable and attract more younger golfers.
  3. Ted. Ocean Isle Beach, NC Bridgestone Tour B RX5 and Srixon (various balls) 95
  4. Ted North Carolina Never Compromise (old and worn out) Huntington Beach Soft 6 or 11
  5. North Carolina Costco $29 rain suit Lighthouse Sound in Ocean City, Maryland. Winds were coming down the Assawoman Bay at about 35 mph and rain coming in sideways. Drove a long way to play so we were playing no matter what. Crushed a 3 wood on a 145 par 3. Got it a little high in the wind. Came up 50 yards short. We all laughed on our shots.
  6. Ted Silver Spring, MD 18 Bombtech stiff i210 Would love to test these clubs.
  7. Ted Maryland, USA Callaway X-22, steel regular flex shafts 7 iron distance.....155 yards
  8. 1. Silver Spring, MD 2. 18 HC 3. Driver: Launcher 10.5 degree Fairway: Launcher 15 degree 3 wood Hybrids: Launcher 19 & 25 Irons: Launcher HB 4-PW Wedges: CBX: 52, 56 & 60 Putter: TFI 2135 Satin RHO
  9. Ted Maryland No No I've looked at a lot of GPS devices recently since my GolfLogix hand held device stopped working properly. Most I didn't care for, but, this SkyCaddie system looks really cool. The numerals on the watch are larger then other makes. Being an old guy, that really helps.
  10. Ted White Maryland I've been using a GolfLogix device for years. The cable recently broke. GolfLogix wants $30 for the cable and $30 a year to download the different courses. So I've been researching different avenues to travel for a new distance device. I came to the conclusion that a rangefinder was the best bet. I've looked at many models including Bushnell. I was going to wait until the golf show came around in early February and look for a deal on a rangefinder. BUT, if I could pick up one of the 5 giveaways, that would be awesome.
  11. 1. Approximately 25 -30 times a year. Would love to play more, but hey, I'm married. Oh yeah, I have to work to pay for green fees. 2. 18 handicap 3. Never Compromise VooDoo putter. I've been playing with this putter for a long time. I still think it's one of the best putters made and would love to test it against the EVNroll putter.
  12. After my GPS unit decided to stop working, I've been looking at a range finder. This would be perfect. Ted Maryland 18
  13. Ted White......Maryland 18 Handicap 15 rounds per year my golf balls come via presents......birthdays, Father's Day, Christmas, etc. Looking forward to testing the Snell/
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