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pgfree33

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About pgfree33

  • Birthday November 21

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Sunny SoCal
  • Interests
    Golf, Family, Aerospace
  • Handicap:
    8.3

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  1. Luv my TW747 4H! And definitely looking for anything that can help increase my SS as I'm 55 and getting into my slower yrs.
  2. Dave / Lancaster, CA I have used hitting nets, but only in Retail Stores. I’ve never owned one big enough for my backyard or for my garage in winter. And likewise have only used LM in retail Stores, never owned one.
  3. Dave / Lancaster, CA 10 Don’t have any golf shoes. I wear trail running shoes. Need Comfort, traction, support
  4. Dave, Lancaster, CA RH Primary: Driving Iron - UiHi 18* - KBS Tour V Stiff Next: Fairway Wood – GS53 - 3 wood – 14* - MRC Tensei CK Blue 70 gram Stiff Handicap: 10.4 Currently play 3, 4 Hybrid
  5. Dave Lancaster, CA Titleist 913 D3 8.5* HCDP: 11 112-116mph I'd Luv to bag/review the TSi3
  6. Dave F / Lancaster, CA Handicap 12 Current Model Wedges Played: Titleist Vokey SM5 50.08F, 54.10S, 60.07S What Appeals to You About a Raw Wedge: No glare Finish, Pre-shot address ‘look’, and hopefully better results.
  7. Dave; QuartzHill, CA Last year I tried a putting mat without much success; too lumpy, inconsistent and cheaply made. Then I tried using a heavy felt material from a fabric store in my garage, which wasn’t great either. See above comments. I have Never used anything as good or reputable as a Birdieball green, so I view my past experiences as bad and wasted time. I would test the 10’x 4’ FAST
  8. Dave/Lancaster, CA Titleist SM5; (50, 54, 60) I would choose 58 Mid
  9. 11 hcp; Quartz Hill, CA Mizuno MP32 8i avg 163-5 1st heard of Sub 7O via the May MGS review back in May, and more recently by doing my own online research. These are especially interesting to me as I have been wanting to replace my tired old MP32’s for a few years now, but frankly cost is the major factor. I’m specifically looking for a players Iron, that’s workable, forgiving, and more technologically advanced like the Sub 7O 699 PRO’s 5-PW to bag.
  10. Dave F. / Lancaster, CA Typically spend an hr or so, 1-3x pr month on chipping/putting. Only avg. about 2 3putts per round. I’d never heard of Exputt until seeing it on MGS, and it really interests me in that it provides such instant, Usable feedback that could help me improve my putting stroke without spending several hours a day/week practicing.
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