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one0wonder

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About one0wonder

  • Birthday 03/03/1943

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Austintown, Ohio
  • Interests
    I am an avid golfer and love trying new equipment and not necessarily only what comes from Golf Digest Hot List. I have participated in various ball testing through manufacturer's sites. I did one club test with Mizuno MP 52 irons several years ago and really learned a great deal about testing clubs for a manufacturer.
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  • Swing Speed
    90 mph or less
  • Handicap
    15
  • Frequency of Play/Practice
    Multiple times per week
  • Biggest Strength
    Putting
  • Biggest Weakness
    Approach
  • Fitted for Clubs
    No

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  1. I have been receiving multiple emails from Smith Works Wedges. I have not ever seen or heard anything about them. Has anyone out there had any experience or know of someone who has at least tried them out. I would love to hear back about this topic.
  2. I am going to go to my clubs simulator and test just how far I should be hitting my 7 iron. Typical club head speed after getting loose is 75 - 78.
  3. Driver - Callaway, Taylormade Fairway - Tour Edge, Calloway Hybrids - Callaway, Adams Tight Lies Irons - Callaway, Cobra, Ping Wedges - Indi, Cleveland, Callaway Balls - OnCore Elixir, TaylorMade Tour Response, TaylorMade Distance, Trust, Srixon, Titleist Pro V1X Gloves - Red Rooster, Copper Tech Hats - MGS, Aussie Chiller, Various Baseball caps Sunscreen - Neutrogena spf 70 Shoes - Adidas, Foot Joy, both cleated Sunglasses - Oakley
  4. Welcome back to the world of golf. I'm sure you will whip your game back into shape in no time. Welcome to MGS!
  5. Before buying anything now, I would sign up with a teaching pro in your area and talk to him/her about lessons first. Then you can start your pursuit to find newer clubs that would be good for an interim time. Good luck on your endeavors. Hit'em straight and in the fairway.
  6. Will be very interested to see how it works for you and how it helps your golf game.
  7. The one club I regret selling the most was a Callaway X hot 2 Pro strong 3 wood. It seems I just had to have a new 3 wood and I sold my go to club basically on a whim. I have regretted that ever since.
  8. I use the tool talked about by others. I still have run into problems where I had to bring in needle nose pliers to finally get them out. I have since started using petroleum jelly on new cleats and they do come out very easily using the tool. The best thing to do is change your spikes yearly and clean bottom of shoe very well before starting to take ols spikes out.
  9. I like a 14 way with full length dividers for use on a cart and have a 6 way for walking or push cart.
  10. I talked to my club pro who said that he had one customer that has been waiting for over 3 months for his 425 irons and Ping told him (this was in mid November) that he could expect the clubs anywhere from December to late January.
  11. From what I've seen so far, you are doing some beautiful work. Congrats on selling one. The heads just look like they are meant to sink every putt in sight,
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