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  1. I bought both my wife and me a pair of the hovr drive. Great shoes, very comfortable and after a year of play they still look like new. So impressed with them I bought a pair of spikeless and bought my wife a pair of under armour hovr training shoes.
  2. Tier 1 Tiger Woods Tier 2 Mark Leishman Tier 3 Matthew Fitzpatrick Tier 4 Bryson DeChambeau Tier 5 Shubhankar Sharma Winning score - 14 Low Am +3 Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. I'll get 8 shims out of an old coke can, other beverage cans will do. Make sure to clean and roughen up both sides. Been assembling clubs for years with no issues. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. I play stiff shafts in the winter and once the temps rise and I loose 3 layers of clothing I play x stiff in the summer. Same heads in both sets, same putter and wedges played all year round. I'm 58 and nearly done with the x stiff. They are more accurate but lower ball flight. The stiffs are easier to launch but for that 3 weeks in Scotland we call summer I prefer the x stiff. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. I've got an M1 2016 and moved both weights to the back of the sole and it feels and plays close to an M2. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. If anyone has issues with grips bursting when removing. Try a piece of plumbing waste pipe slightly larger diameter than the grip your removing and it stops the grip expanding and exploding. I've been using this method for years with no complaints. Just cut a piece of waste pipe slightly longer than a standard grip, slip it over the grip and inject needle into end of grip and apply air pressure and your good to go. If your having problems getting the air to start working, hold the end of the grip and twist. I've been using this method and the same piece of pipe for about 10 years. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. Definitely off grass and use the laser or gps you use when playing your rounds. I use our clubs practice area, green staff and committee are not keen on members practicing on the course. Mark 10 of your practice balls with a number 1, 10 with number 2 and 10 with number 3. I normally start with pitching wedge and hit the 10 number 1's. 9 iron 10 number 2's and 8 iron 10 number 3's. I use a Garmin watch gps with a distance function that's set to zero at hitting area. When I walk down to the area where the balls are, I eliminate the poor strikes and find the middle of the number 1 balls and that gives me my average distance with pitching wedge and so on. I then repeat with the rest of my clubs in 3 club intervals. I have access to launch monitors (quad and track man) but find the method I've explained more reliable. One point I would make is it's essential to work out the gaping with the equipment you use when playing rounds. I've stood on a tee in a four ball and everyone picked up a different yardage. Trust your own gps or laser and you won't be far off. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. I had a set of dynamic gold x100 in play for about 15 years. They where in 3 different sets of heads and played great in all 3 sets. Personally it's the heads on the short irons that wear out hence the need to change clubs. Today's manufacturing process means that shafts last longer than the shafts of yesteryear. That being said I had an interesting test recently with an assistant pro who hit an old hickory mashie the same distance as his callaway 6 iron and said it felt great. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. East Kilbride, Scotland, UK. Taylor Made Spider CB 38" Changed from broom to short putter at start of the year. Looking for more consistency. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. Ian Welsh East Kilbride Scotland 2.5 Struggling with injuries at the moment need a system that would help with my recovery. Have used gps systems since they first came out. Part of Club golf coaching program. Work part time in pro shop as part of a progressive team. Play and coach 24/7 as retired from work 5 years ago. Always tinkering with my gear making sure loft and lies are good, testing clubs, shafts and grips. Coach kids to a high standard and would be interested if the Shot Scope system could be utilised in a coaching capacity. Love new tech
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