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About Johnnyzen

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    Hartford, CT
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    Golf, movies, music, books, beer, baking, being a good human being
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  1. - John - Glastonbury, CT - 10.7 - Wilson FG Tour V6 - T100-S
  2. John T. Connecticut Rife 2 Bar mallet Cero slant neck, 35”
  3. First Name/State or Country of residence John/USA, Connecticut Handicap 10.6 Current irons in Play Wilson FG Tour V6 The carry distance of the your 7 iron 160 yds
  4. First Name/State or Country of residence John/USA Handicap 10.6 Current irons in Play Wilson FG Tour V6 The carry distance of the your 7 iron 160 yds
  5. Name, Locale, and Rounds per year - John Thomas, Hartford, CT, 45 -50 rounds py Social Media Accounts - FB, IG, Twitter, LinkedIn Handicap and Swing Speed - 13.2 index, 98 - 104 (driver) Current Set - Wilson Staff V6 irons, BombTech Grenade driver, BombTech 5 wood, Ping Rapture 2 i Desired Cobra Set - Conventional irons, King wedges
  6. JT Hartford, CT Lamkin Z5 Tour Velvet midsize
  7. - John Thomas - 13.2 - Srixon Soft Feel  - Soft feeling ball
  8. John Thomas, Connecticut 13.2 GHIN Bombtech Grenades 52°, 56°, 60° 52°, 56°, 60°
  9. I was in your place in late May. What worked for me was the following: 1. Stopped thinking about my score. I just decided to play each shot as well as I could. No frets about the last shot and no tension with the next. At the end of the round, even if the score wasn't great, I knew I had played each shot as well as I could. It was a great shift in mindset that allowed me to have fun. 2. I stopped focusing on the ball at address and tried to "see" my target in my head. My body/swing seems to respond well to this. Not ball-bound I guess. 3. I listen to this...a lot. Best piece of sports
  10. I am one of those guys that is always looking at performance/price ratio with everything. I cannot bring myself to spend the $$$ on Pro 's. That said, last couple of seasons I really liked the Taylormade Project (a) balls. This year, I've been trying out the niche brands, so far Vice and On Core. I really, really liked the Vice Pro+ and may go back to them at some point, but right now I am gaming the On Core Avant. I love this ball. It's lower compression, is long, but has great feel around the greens. Everyone should try them once, anyway. Sent from my 831C using MyGolfSpy mobile ap
  11. I've been playing the 9* original for the past two years. I love mine, TBH. I'm not particularly long, but when I hit it on the button it goes 275 - 280ish (although I think that has more to do with proper swing sequencing than the club). Anyway, it's solid, long enough, and--most importantly--pretty straight. I cannot hook this thing and most shots have a very gentle fade at the end. One adjustment I have made that has helped teeing it lower than what might be considered typical. Also, I did have the upgraded Matrix White Tie shaft put in. I also bought the three wood last year, solel
  12. I've been wondering the same thing. Did you ever get an answer?
  13. Running a little cool water over the hands is a brilliant idea. Filing this one for future use! Sent from my 831C using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  14. I'm in Glastonbury. Also, been playing at the renovated Keney Park Golf Course the past two seasons, in the men's club. Have you played it? Such a fun track (tract?). Sent from my 831C using MyGolfSpy mobile app
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