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  1. First Name/City State: John / St Louis, MO Desired to Test: 440 or 460 440 Swing Speed: 105-110
  2. First Name / State of Residence John / Missouri Handicap 9 Current Hybrid in Play Titleist 585H, 17*, ProForce V2 75S What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid Versatility/Workability
  3. Name: John City/State: St. Louis, MO Handicap: 9 Dream Cleveland Bag: Classic 290 Driver 9.5* Launcher 2009 3W 15* Mashie TM2 Hybrid 19* Tour Action TA2 irons 3i-9i RTX 3 Raw Wedges 48* 53* 58* Huntington Beach 1 Putter Thanks for the opportunity!!
  4. Personally I'd much rather have my source of income be based on teaching golf, hosting a successful television show, and allowing people to pay me just to put my name on a product than any standard 9-5. I honestly don't even like the guy or his show and find the way he pronounces golf "galf" as soothing as nails to a chalkboard. He seems to be making a good living off his golf related endeavors though, can't hate on a guy that works hard and gets paid to hit "galf" balls into a launch monitor on national television. If someone came to me and said "Will you allow us to pay you $X,XXX,XXX to put your name on alignment aids and various other training aids that will get used once, put in the corner of the garage and eventually get donated to Goodwill?" Hell yes! Love reading all of the opinions of this subject, we will know the true answer to this question when Breed also fails to fix Charles Barkley's swing. Happy Spring everyone! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. Music (drum corps), and baseball card collecting! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. I personally like to keep a Bluetooth speaker in the cart with some music playing if I'm playing alone, occasionally if I'm playing a beer drinking round with my buddies. My general rule of thumb is that if I can hear it while I'm in the fairway hitting my shot it's too loud. I don't want my personal choices to affect others on the golf course so I keep the volume reasonably low. With that said I cannot stand when I hear music on the green (or other area of the course) I'm on from a group that's 50 yards away. If there's one observation I've noticed with this new trend of music on the course it's that the louder the music is the more obnoxious their style choice of music is. To each his own. It's a practice I sometimes participate in but I try to be thoughtful in making sure that it affects nobody on the course but myself. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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