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  1. Appreciate it gents. Golf trip is this coming weekend!
  2. On the range whether practicing or warming up I’m picking two targets to call the fairway. Trying to keep it between the two. On the range you can lay a blanket over 98% of them. My shot is either a straight ball or a little fade with all clubs. My course driver ball is a GIANT block slice- like a fairway over it off the course.
  3. Hey y’all. Been a couple years since I’ve been active here but trying to get back. In my hiatus from MGS I didn’t get better. I’m probably not alone but who struggles from the range to the course? I used to be pretty good, and still am usually, but I have MAJOR driver issues (tee ball in general). I can pound driver on the range and never miss one and walk to the first hole and hit 14 balls that never smell the fairway. It’s maddening. Have gotten lessons for the same thing to happen. It literally is costing me 10-12 shots per round and I’ll shoot 85 with the trouble. Anyone know a good psychiatrist?
  4. Eric, knoxville TN. About 25 Eseay32 on IG, ecee322 on Twitter. If will help I’ll give you my Snapchat and LinkedIn! 4 handicap and 110 driver swing speed. Driver-F8+ 3 wood-ping g25 Ping i E1 4-Pw VOKEY 52/56 F9 conventional irons King wedges Ultralite stand bag Love these opportunities! Thanks MGS Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. Eric S Tennessee Golf Price MCC midsize black/white PW-driver, MCC+4 SW, GW, LW Z grip Align Midsize Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. Edwin Watts is nice if you know for sure you’re buying a club like you said. UFit is nice if you just want to try something but until they can match the majority of a golfers specs, you will be left unsure if the club totally matches what you need. I think they will get there, they have to in my opinion for the program to be successful, but right now it’s not Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. More great info! I’m going to go through a shaft fitting soon so trying to make sure I know what’s happening if I didn’t purchase through the fitter Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. Awesome! Thanks for the info Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. Please correct me if I’m wrong but it is my understanding with today’s drivers that are all adjustable, that each manufacturer has a special adapter/tip so they fit correctly in their own driver? So im to assume I can’t just go buy a shaft and put it in so how does this work? If I want to buy a driver shaft myself after a fitting per se, do I have to buy it from the manufacturer? Assuming the tip isn’t removable from the stock shaft. Am I crazy?
  10. It says very clearly that shaft options will be available in 2019. Go hit the clubs it selected for you though, im gonna bet you won’t be as dissapointed Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. Go with something that will shave strokes. Based on your stats set a goal. If you get up and down 50% of the time set a goal for 75% or more greens or less putts. Simple things that will consistently get you under 80 and shave strokes Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. I think ideally you would want to work it in both directions. Initially they have it configured that TGF drives you to Global and we have reviewed that and the kinks it has. The next step is expanding to the other companies and working backwards. Have them put on their sites or in stores a link/banner/ad to go to TGF to find your fit, and then driven back to the site to buy/test/etc. it’s probably not enough to have TGF that will need its own marketing to become aware that the site exists. If they are gonna drive people to Global and the Utry program, Global has to drive people to TGF (and then back). Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  13. I’m a pretty experienced golfer, played a ton over the years and played competitively in college but growing up I was never a tech junkie or equipment junkie. My family was on a budget, I played the clubs that my grandpa could get from the pro shop or something we found discounted. I played stock everything. So even now, I don’t know a ton about clubs, how the compare differently for each player, shafts etc. I mean I only found out last year I should probably play 1-2 degrees up on my irons and have only been on a real launch monitor once. THe great part about TGF for me is it offered 2 heads that I may never have considered In the future, if/when TGF adds some shaft options it’s going to be a real game changer. As I said in my review I’m lost when it comes to shafts, I know I’m stiff, maybe XS but there’s so many ever changing choices so I can feel your friends pain! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. Well I can certainly say that I’ve had my eye on the F8+ just from the reviews and conversations on this forum. Had I went the traditional route I would have definitely wanted to at least try it and could see myself ending up with. That’s not to say there isn’t a driver out there that would reduce my spin, narrow my dispersion and add distance that isn’t a cobra. As for the shaft I want to get fit to see if there’s a shaft that suits me Better. Global was limited in their shaft options obviously and had we not been with MGS I’m not sure I could’ve got a stiff shaft from them and honestly I probably need an XS. So to answer your question...I’m not sure but I could def see myself ending up with the Cobra as an option Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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