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  1. Have always calculated yardage the old fashioned way. I think I could get attached to this device after the first hole.
  2. Would be interested to hear a name if he claims to have worked with Hogan. Most of the people who did have since passed.
  3. Michael. Ontario, Can. RH - yes. 1st choice - VKTR hybrid reg flex. 2nd choice - GS53 fairway week reg flex. currently play a 21* hybrid.
  4. Mike, Ontario, Canada current putter - Hogan BHB01 putter of interest - Tyne 3, would like to try something with more MOI.
  5. Mike, Ontario Canada. never used a GPS device. current method - the old fashioned way, yardage markers.
  6. Couldn’t agree more. Shame Lamkin stopped producing them and only Undersized and Oversized avail on EBay.
  7. Always been a Lamkin fan. iline was the closest thing to an Iomic grip without paying the premium price. Not saying Iomic isn’t worth the money, buy dang the iline was a great grip. Just a bit firmer than an Iomic but still has that certain level of tackiness that Iomic is famous for. All time fav is Lamkins Tour Cord. Hogan clubs came gripped from the factory with them and always remember that feeling. Stay safe and healthy , MrHogan
  8. Hey all fellow equipment junkies. I need help locating a forged blade style putter like a Tommy Armour Iron Master, Wilson 8802. My son was unfortunately inflicted with lefties syndrome and has become obsessed with finding a forged blade style putter. Plenty of righties available and so very few lefties out their in EBay land. Anyone know of a company or supplier out there producing this style putter either just the head or assembled? On the positive side, because he a lefty I don’t have to worry about him demoing my right handed clubs. Stay safe and healthy MrHogan
  9. Best part of my game will be my appreciation for the things i have in life. Getting a bit emotional here and by that I mean, my patience will be better and I think I will become more appreciative of what I have. Missed putts, strayed drives, bad lies and poor weather will no longer be something that will dwell on. I will definitely take the time to appreciate my family more, playing partners and stop periodically to smell the roses. I really believe my game will improve with a clearer mind. With cabin fever setting in, I think my putting will be the best part of game. May have to bring th
  10. Mike Ontario hdcp 11 Hogan TK 15 irons 7i. 148
  11. Mike Ont, Canada hdcp 11 Shut the front door, this is exactly what I've been looking for. I've used everything from 2x4's to mirrors to buying a new putter to try to improve. Case in point, I've bought a new Hogan putter. Love the idea and concept of a this device, and the best part is, it looks like it would make practice fun. And being from the Great White North also means I can practice all year round.
  12. Mike Ontario, Can Hcp 10 Current irons- Hogan FT Worth 15 Mamiya Recoil F3 Ping choice - i500
  13. Michael/Ont Ping G400 LST/Veylix Alpina 573 reg SP 90/hcp 11 Pref loft 12.5/shaft Tensei Org.
  14. Michael Ontario Current wedges - Hogan TK. 15 Strengths - full & 3/4 shots Weakness - sand, knock down partial shots Hdcp - 11
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