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tony@CIC last won the day on October 6

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  1. Great - detailed write up. Just curious what software/app are you using for your data?
  2. 18,002 - BTW I liked your like!
  3. Same with the guys here - even if it's a half a roll away. You've got to putt it out. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  4. @fixyurdivot, It took me all summer to get my drive where I wanted it to be so don't despair. Based on the author's scale I'm more like a 2.75. I play a lot 4-5 times a week and I spent a fair amount of time on the range. Looking back on it now, I'm saying to myself the mechanics of the new (driver) swing are fairly simple - why did it take me so long? Guess it has to do more with repetitive practice than just knowledge of the mechanics. As to the article, the one big element for at least higher handicappers not addressed is the mental side. For instance, I could start out great maybe a couple of par's and birdies, then I have a blowout hole - maybe it's a triple on a Par 3 which shakes my confidence, it then takes me 2,3 or sometimes 4 holes to mentally get back in the game. An on-course therapist would do wonders for my game
  5. While the term GI or SGI isn't used for golf balls there's plenty of hype around long and straight especially with less expensive (cheap) golf balls. After all who could pass up RAW, LONG Distance Slazenger Golf Balls at $16./doz.or the occasion special of 2 doz for $25. https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p/slazenger-2017-raw-distance-golf-balls-16slam2017slzrd12gbl/16slam2017slzrd12gbl The golfers buying those are are probably more swayed by the terms long and straight then by GI or SGI.
  6. Thanks for the article - it came at a timely point. I shared it (focus on the graph) with my wife. She reduced her index dramatically this year - but had a meltdown yesterday. She had a lesson on Sunday and yesterday everything fell apart. Tried to explain to her that immediately after a lesson things won't go so well because you're trying to implement new techniques.
  7. Congrats - especially this time of year between falling leaves, high winds and colder temps indexes either stay the same or go up a bit like mine. I'm about 7/10's.
  8. Thanks for the heads up. I sometimes wonder if companies create these convoluted processes so you don't end up redeeming the full amount of the cards.
  9. Congrats everyone = looking forward to your results.
  10. They're cute at that age [emoji12] Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  11. I saw an ad for a sensor for putters. Is the Link device available yet - that was supposed to eliminate the phone in the pocket issue. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  12. Hopefully the "little guy's" parents were around. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  13. I saw the PING ad about the "free" sensors. Curious how all of you found the durability of the sensors since they will be banging continuously on the bottom of the bag. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
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