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Scooter4k

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  • Handicap:
    5
  1. Scott/Allentown, PA (but travel to NC every other week) Pro V1 or the original Kirkland 4 piece (I had 8 dozen) 110
  2. Scott Pennsylvania 6.6 Ping I20 Stiff Steel i500 Please (and Ping has my specs )
  3. Scott - Pennsylvania I currently use the Bushnell V3 I would love the opportunity to test and compare this rangefinder. I play about 2-3 times per week
  4. I have been using Ping irons for 20 years, and would love the opportunity to test these to see how they compare. Thanks! Scott Pennsylvania Ping I20 Stiff Shaft 7 Iron - 170 yards
  5. 1. Scott/Pennsylvania ​2. 6.4/120 3. Taylor Made M1 (2016) 4. G400/ Alta CB 55/Stiff/10.5/ 45.75 length Thank you for considering Alta CB55
  6. Allentown, PA Ping Ketch Allignment Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. 1. Scott - Pennsylvania 2. 6.8 3. M1 with Aldila low kick 4. 110-117 Carry varies but about 250 5. Phil Mickelson
  8. Scott Pennsylvania 5.9 Ping I20 misses tend to be pulls....strength is distance thanks for the opportunity
  9. Name: Scortt Home State: PA Current Handicap: 5.9 Current Distance Measuring Method: Bushnell V3 Jolt
  10. Scott Allentown, PA Currently use Ping Irons and the wedges are a mix of Ping and Callaway. I use a lot of your recommendations and contribute as well. Based on your reviews I have purchased and currently play with an M1 driver and a Ketsch putter. Handicap is 5 and I am left handed, but Ping makes left handed wedges in this model. My short game strength is 80-100 yards and my weakness is bunker play. I would choose a 52SS, 56ES, and 60 TS. My color code is silver and one inch over. I can provide Ping with a serial number off of an iron to confirm my specs. I would love to test these! thanks, scott
  11. Scott Justus Allentown PA 5 Handicap I currently use the Garmin S6 for yardage and Tempo training
  12. Using a Susperstroke Flatso 3.0. Like the idea of "Forward"...I like to slightly arch my wrists prior to the stroke..seems to lock them in so this is interesting. Thanks
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