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About Broomer

  • Birthday 05/31/1967

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    San Clemente, CA
  • Interests
    Golf, Association Football, Music, Film, TV, Comedy
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    Kyle Callum

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  1. Putting...arrgh! I'm not a bad player, GHIN 3.5 but my putting is a hoorible weakenss. Typically I hit 12 to 14 greens but rarely break 30 putts. I have done a lot of work recently tying to change that. As I get older my putting is only going to become more important. I don't think my problems are technical, it's more of a phsycological issue with the biggest problem being confident that I can see the putt I have read once over the ball. Your putters look interesting from a tech point of view but the design makes me nervous especially with regards to how mich the advanced milling and toe up might effect the feel with very different MOI characteristics. I just popped one of your round grips on my V-Line 2 ball and love the wat the grip doesn't dictate my hand/wrist position. It would be great to work with you to understand how your putters could set me up for my last 20 years in golf John
  2. John. San Clemente, California Cameron Newport I'd like to try the Fetch
  3. John San Clemente, CA 4 Current irons: Epic Pro I would like to test the T100s
  4. Hi, I'm John and live in San Clemente, California. I came to the game early, when I first picked up a 3 iron it was longer than I was tall. Golf is the most rewarding game of all in many, many ways. Technically and mentally challenging, exciting and humbling. Spending time on the fairways with friends of longstanding or meeting new friends on the first tee, it is always a privilege to enjoy our fun on carefully manicured patches of the world we share. I'm constantly inspired by fellow golfers, a mate lighting up with joy as they strike a shot solidly, watching the greats battle monstrous challenges but most of all my father constantly looking to improve after 50+ years. Golf is a game that teaches us about life and all it's vagaries, mostly it teaches us about ourselves. Be nice, may all your 3 footers drop! John
  5. John San Clemente, California Hcp 4, 100mph Callaway Legacy 10.5 G410 Plus
  6. John San Clemente, California Vokey 52/12 & 58/14, Miura CB501 47deg PW Strength: Planning/shot selection Weakness: Distance/spin control & consistency Hcp:6
  7. Can I change my selection to include Poults? If so: Justin Rose Henrik Stenson Kiradech Aphibarnrat Bryson DeChambeau Ian Poulter Winner -12 Low amatuer +8
  8. 1. John - California ​2. 6 - 105 mph 3. Callaway Legacy Black 10.5deg 4. PING G400 LST 10deg Stiff
  9. Justin Rose Henrik Stenson Kiradech Aphibarnrat Bryson DeChambeau Ross Fisher Winner -12 Low amatuer +8
  10. Don't be put off Miura by this horribly sentimental, patronising video. Brand development is not what Miura is about, these master craftsmen produce the finest irons possible. The feel their process create is not the over used 'buttery', but so much more involving than that. The feel is unique. Crisp and clean but with a depth that creates an emotional response. Try any Miura iron to sample the feel, then find a model that suits your eye. Look at the Miura Giken (Japan) products as well as Miura Golf (US), the company's range is far broader than the North American marketeers want you to know. They really aren't expensive, you do get what you pay far which in any language is a good deal
  11. John, California Callaway Legacy Driver; OnOff Kuro 5 & 7 wood; OnOff Kuro 24 hybrid; Mizuno MP Fli Hi 5 Iron; Miura CB 501 6-W; Vokey 52 & 58; Odyssey V-Line 2 ball 6 I working to get a stronger more consistent ball flight and to get down to 3 hcp
  12. John San Clemente, California 6 Currently play TP5X I think I would be considered a higher spin player I generate too much spin at times with my driver (4000), but I don't want to give up control coming into the green. I previously played MTB. I liked the MTB but ended up getting a little too obsessive about seam alignment as it was quite . In general MTB performance was at least as good as the ProV1x that I had played for a number of years. One of Dean's videos talking about Jim Furyk struggling with his 4 iron was a motovating factor in going TP5X. I tend to retire rather than lose balls, funny how you get straighter with age I will usually play about 8 rounds with a ball and like the TP5x's durability.
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