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pauls

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  1. My problem with spikeless is that I keep them too long and the "spikes" wear down way faster than the shoe wears out and unless I clean off the bottom of the shoe before each swing (which I don't) they start slipping from the buildup on the sole. With spiked shoes you can just replace the spikes at that point.
  2. I still have three sleeves of the 2019 which I bought as a result of MGS test and now a box of the gloss white new one that I have played a couple weeks with. I like the color better and feel I get better distance into the wind and a little less spin but haven't played long enough to tell. I play 60-70 times a year. Currently comparing to Taylormade Response based upon the new MSG test so would love to have a chance to test. Also as a lefty, have little chance to test clubs. Thanks
  3. Along those lines, try anything to decrease your grip pressure at impact. Wear a glove on the right hand, grip that is thicker lower down or just being conscious of how hard you are holding the club with the right hand.
  4. I started playing the Maxfli Tour after the Mygolfspy test. I really like this ball and the way it feels around the green and off drives. Distance and spin are comparable to prov1 at least at my swing speed of about 88mph and they do not balloon up into the wind like I was getting with the Kirkland and the Bridgestone ball(can't remember which one) I used. It is the straightest ball I have played. I am really puzzled why I seldom see others using them. Still have a dozen left from Christmas, so before I buy again, I would like to see what the newer ones are about.
  5. My observation is that searching for balls is what slows groups the most. Courses could address this by keeping the grounds clean, putting up barriers. And confiscating all ball retrievers until the end of the round I know there are lots of guys that get as much fun out of finding balls as they do playing, but often the time they spend searching is what slows down the group.
  6. Well, I tried it a couple weeks ago and am very disappointed. The driver recommendation was a Srixon Z765 which, as best I can tell is two years old and no longer available new. There was no recommendation on shaft flex or loft. I have twice tried to contact them by the message button on their website, but no response. There is no phone or email listed on the website. They offer a 60 day guarantee, but no way to contact them. I only pissed away $7, but I am very disappointed that MyGolfSpy had recommend this without more research or at least a disclaimer that it had not been checked out.
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