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PDT816

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About PDT816

  • Birthday 07/31/1966

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Edmond OK
  • Interests
    Golf, Oklahoma State University sports, fitness.
  • Handicap:
    9.8
  1. Kevin, Edmond, OK Driver: Ping K15 10.5° w/Aldila NV 65-S 3 Wood: Ping K15 w/Aldila NV-S Hybrid: Ping K15 (3) w/Aldila NV 85-S Irons: Mizuno JPX 850 Forged w/ True Temper XP 115 S300 Wedges: Volkey SM5 M Grind 54° & 58°; 8° bounce Putter: 2016 Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Notchback Grips: Golf Pride MCCPlus4 midsized 13.2 HCP Goals: get to a single digit handicap, improve short game strokes gained, work on course management, play 300 rounds:)
  2. Kevin, Oklahoma Driver: Ping K15 10.5° w/Aldila NV 65-S ~104mph/243 yards Social Media handle: PDT816 Android Smartphone
  3. I used to not keep track of my score total during a round. If I was doing well, I didn't want the added pressure. If I had a couple bad holes, I tended to chase strokes (and that never ends well). We got new carts at the club (with GPS/scoring screens) and it's significantly harder to just ignore it. Either being desensitized by having it your face all the time, or just getting serious about a pre-shot routine (my best guess) has pretty much taken all the anxiety regarding real-time totals for me.
  4. Seems around here that the prices of the more expensive courses is determined by how many rounds they want to be played annually not revenue Sent from my XT1058 using Tapatalk
  5. https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/17853-divider-bags/?p=243463
  6. Love: The divider system/top is awesome, even after hundreds of rounds. It's well made and has worn better than I ever expected and it has real zippers. The clubs stay aligned and with a quick glance you can always confirm you have everything in your bag. And it does quiet things significantly when your riding in the cart (it doesn't do anything for your playing partner's bag though ) Hate: It falls over the second you let go of it. Even just to open the trunk. It's really fat when you put anything in the side pockets. Because of the design, your putter, ball retriever, alignment rods, etc all have to go into the same well. It's really hard on your putter grip. I've got a full review on here somewhere. If you care, I'll go find it it and post a link.
  7. Yep. OGIO Silencer. I have a love hate relationship with mine.
  8. They are boas and I loosen them considerably before taking them on and off. It's a structural problem with the shoe. It's a tiny hole, not really something that's due to wear or slippage.
  9. I bought a pair of Adidas Tour 360 boosts at the club first of March. I've been in love with them until yesterday. About 1/2 way through the round my heels start blistering and there's a hole in both heel cups. It's my second pair of Adidas that have done this and Adidas claimed to have fixed it. Not happy since I probably have 10 cart rounds on these.
  10. Your Handicap = 10 Your State/Province = Oklahoma, USA Your Swing Speed & Average Carry Distance = 100ish 225-230 Your Preference (F7 or F7+) = Either.
  11. Music/No Music. Not really sure what difference it could make one way or the other.
  12. IMHO, lessons are the best money you can spend on the course. I played for decades without ever having one and now I have them at least once every other month. I'm a big tech geek in all other things, but having a pro on the practice range always is my preference.
  13. I like the competition Stinger tees. Drives my playing partners nuts watching me take 45 seconds every hole to tee the ball[emoji2]
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