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  1. Kevin, Vienna VA Never used a hitting net at home. I've hit into nets at other places. I have a launch monitor that I would use (Rapsodo) if I got the net. Would set up in my garage.
  2. Kevin Vienna Va I use shotscope now and have used Garmin s4 and s6. Also used Bushnell scopes Presently using Voice Caddie scope as well as Shotscope.
  3. Kevin Vienna VA avg 1.5 three putts a round. they have got the greens stimping very fast now so that is edging closer to 3 as you are doomed if above the hole. I practice putting 2-3 times a week and have a putting mat at home. one of the interesting things is the short run and therefore less space involve. Also of course getting the aim and face path info would be supremely helpful.
  4. Ok, I have been using the system for a couple of years. You cannot see the score ongoing nor at the end of the round until synced. It detects pretty well but I would say it averages 1-5 missed shots a round (out of an average score for me of 80 so 5/80 is about a 5-6% error rate.) This however is not as terrible as you might think. Remember that as you go through the round to verify on the dashboard later, it is showing you an overlay of the course on each shot you hit. This jogs your memory very well and I have no problem realizing that I didn't hit it 380 yards on hole #7 and that it
  5. Yes I had this very issue. It would go to 99% and virtually hang forever. Retried it four or five times. Then I got it to work by Turning off the phone AND the watch and rebooting both. Then it finally updated completely. Hope that helps. Also forget any V2 that you have connected with bluetooth. That also interferes. Do not have a V2 lying around active.
  6. The club tag must be within 16cm or so of the watch to register a swing. You wear it on your left wrist if you are a right handed golfer. Simple swinging a club in the right hand only will not register a swing. This is true for putting too so you can knock back a gimme to a player without causing it to register a stroke.
  7. I have used and owned the ES-14, Sc100, Sc-200, SC300 and the PRGR. They all have their pluses and minuses. I keep the PRGR in my bag because it is so small and convenient and is capable of measuring swing speed without a ball so you can use the Superspeed devices to train with. I tested the SC200 and PRGR against the Trackman in Club champion during a fitting and the results were astonishingly accurate. The SC300 can give spin rate on the app but not the device. Es-14 also gives spin rates. I'm not really sure how accurate the spin rates are though. Lots of folks poo poo these devic
  8. I just got my V3 yesterday. Played with it today. I have used the V2 for years and have loved it. Keeps all kinds of useful stats. It is accurate and not intrusive to your round. The V2 was a little on the large side but it never bothered me at all. I have to say that the V3 setup was a little buggy. It had a firmware update that takes about 15 minutes and it would get to 99% and just stop there. I finally figured out I had to turn off the phone and the watch and restart it. Finally got it to completely finish about 15 minutes before I teed off today. Worked on it several times yeste
  9. This is a picture that not many people have who aren't professionals. This is the 6th hole at Westwood country club. Nov 2018. I have had two holes-in-one on this dastardly hole as well as placing more than my share of balls in the lake that guards the front of the green. Go over the green and you are in the sand trap probably with a downhill lie hitting onto the green that runs away from you. One foot past the green and it's back to the lake. Gives me nightmares. Anyway on this fine day I struck a perfect 6 iron into the wind playing with my wife and our guest. Now my wife takes pict
  10. Kevin Vienna VA I use a GPS watch and a range finder. Using shot scope GPS Tracker (excellent) and an old Bushnell pin seeker. Range finder gives me distance to pin. GPS gives front and back of green so I know where to land the shot (where the greatest room for error is.)
  11. Kevin VA 8 Have used multiple putting trainers over the years. PS- I've noticed some members have banners attached to their profile like Donor, Broke 80, Tester, etc. How does that get added to your profile? Can't figure that out.
  12. Kevin, Vienna VA 95 MPH Driver speed Callaway Chromesoft Truvis I actually preordered the MTX-B before the study came out. Took a couple of months to get and have played it a few times. Definitely longer than the Chromesoft which I loved until I read the study you did. Prefer the yellow balls so was happy a nice ball was available in high vis yellow. Now I am using the Chromesoft on the water holes. I have dozens I need to get rid of. LOL
  13. 1. Your first name and home state-US Only ----- Kevin, Virginia 2. Your current handicap and driver swing speed------------index 7.5, Swing speed 98MPH 3. Your current driver Ping 400 4. List whether you would like to review the G410 Plus or G410 SFT---G410+
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