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KrudlerAce

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  1. 1. Troy, Queensland, Australia 2. Mizuno MP-25, regular flex N.S. Pro 950 grams 3. 5 4. Cleveland Launcher CBX Good luck everyone!
  2. Troy Vayanos Brisbane, Queensland, Australia ​Do you use performance tracking? No Do you use a GPS watch? No Which ones? N/A Good luck everyone!
  3. Troy, Queensland, Australia Cobra King F7, Fujikura stiff shaft 120mph - /260 carry 6 Cheers, good luck everyone
  4. 1. Troy, Queensland, Australia ​2. 5 HCP, 100 SS 3. 2017 Cobra F8, 10.5 degrees 4. G400 LST 10.0 Stiff
  5. I try to not focus too much on the technical stuff during a round of golf. Although, if I get a little off track during a round making a smooth takeaway would be the first place I begin practicing. My focus generally is on the target and how I want the ball to travel to get to there.
  6. For me it's always been to get over poor shots quickly. If you carry that baggage with you over to the next shot the cycle will continue. It's vital to forget about it as quickly as possible and then move on.
  7. Troy from Queensland, Australia Scotty Cameron Studio Select Odyssey O-Works #1 Putter Black
  8. Troy: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Cobra King LTD / King LTD Aldila Rogue Black 60 Stiff Your current driver/shaft combo 110 mph - 280-yards Twitter: HittingItSolid, Facebook: Troy Vayanos iPhone 7 Thanks for the opportunity
  9. 1. Troy, Queensland, Australia ​2. Scotty Cameron Studio Select 3. No 4. Studio Stock 8 Thanks for the opportunity, good luck to everyone
  10. Troy, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2 Huttington Beach 1 Putter Cheers
  11. Troy, Queensland, Australia Handicap 5 - Average score 76 No, I haven't gamed any Wilson irons before Mizuno MP-25 Thanks
  12. I agree with the other advice but I would also add this. Check your ball position and make sure it is forward enough in your stance to ensure you are hitting up on the golf ball. As mentioned keep your head behind the golf ball at impact. Additionally I'd make sure your stance is wide enough at set-up and that you have a little bit of axis tilt away from the target. Again, this will help promote more of slight upward strike on the golf ball at impact. Hope that helps.
  13. 1. Brisbane, Queensland in Australia 2. Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2 3. Sometimes I struggle to lag putts well from longer distance of 40 feet plus Thanks for the opportunity and good luck to everyone.
  14. 1. Troy, Queensland, Australia 2. 6 3. Cobra King LTD with Stiff shaft Rogue 95 MSI Aldila 4. Driver swing speed 105 mph, 250-yard carry 5. Phil Mickelson Would love this opportunity as I'm looking at upgrading my driver and this is one of the ones on my list I like to test out. Good luck to everyone. Cheers
  15. First Name: Troy Home State/Province: Queensland, Australia Current Handicap: 6 Current Iron Set: Mizuno MP-25 One length or Variable: Variable Thanks for the opportunity, you guys rock!
  16. Would love the chance to test out this driver because it's the next one on my by list. I've used the previous 2 models and had great success with them and looking to see the distance in the new F7's. Your Handicap - 6 Your State/Province - Queensland (Australia) Your Swing Speed & Average Carry Distance - (100 MPH & 260-yards) Your Preference - F7+ Cheers
  17. What is your biggest frustration with your golf game? a. Irons b. Woods c. Lack of distance d. Inconsistancy e. Short game f. All over the place g. Something else What's the one thing you wish you could fix today?
  18. Troy Queensland, Australia 6 I use a SureShot GPS that's a few years old now and would love the opportunity to review this for you. Cheers
  19. For me I like to practice hitting different clubs one after another as this simulates a real time game more. When I practice putt I also only practice with one ball instead of 2 or 3 hitting from the same distance. I try to visualize in practice my actually round and hitting a particular shot on a particular hole so it simulates the real thing. It's never quite the same but it's as close as I can get. Never underestimate the power of slowing down your breathing during a round of golf.
  20. Hi, Troy Vayanos Queensland, Australia I currently use the 'SureShotGPS' distance tracking for every round of golf I play. Cheers
  21. Queensland, Australia 5 Scotty Cameron studio select Thanks for the opportunity to test. Cheers
  22. Yes, I agree with the majority and the single plane all the way. Though I can see the benefit for golfers that constantly come over the top and slice all day long. The thing for me is we should be trying to make golf easier and as simple as possible. I'm fairly certain a one plane swing is easier to learn than a two plane. Just my thoughts anyway!
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