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  1. That's interesting. Will look into it more. Thx.
  2. Good question - no it doesn't hurt in normal play just practice.
  3. I love these +4's non-tapered grips. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  4. My short game practice is pitching and chipping onto a green - on average about 50 balls then I putt those. After my putting practice my back really hurts. I was reading an article the other day about Rors adding an inch to his putter to eliminate back problems. I was debating adding 1-2 inches to see if that helps. Has anyone tried lengthening their putter for back issues and has it helped? If you have how much did you add? Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  5. Guess what I'm doing this weekend. I can't stop by GG without buying something [emoji51][emoji1] Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  6. Good surprise or bad?? I played a couple of AVX's last year and hated them My gamer is Pro V1x .
  7. Definitely my least favorite.
  8. Cool - can't wait.
  9. Not to add complexity to this discussion - but you just might want to wait til you talk to an instructor before you have GP Align grips installed . Based on what the instructor observes he/she might have you switch to a 'strong' or 'weak' grip (position of the hands on the grip not how tightly you hold the club). If that's the case then the 'Align' part will be 'misaligned (no pun intended). A golf shop will typically install grips that have an alignment mark/aid in the neutral position. As @Kenny B mentioned size matters so spend some time going through all of the samples at the golf shop (they are installed samples). Also keep in mind that you can have a layer(s) of tape installed underneath the new grips if you want something in between 2 sizes. FYI I did have GP Align grip on my old driver. However now I prefer a non-tapered grip for choking down on a club so I switched to MCC +4. Additionally I found more 'value' in the alignment aid. I'll bet as you progress in the game you'll be switching out to different grips as well.
  10. Welcome! You'll find lots of great feedback here along with encouragement. As Kenny mentioned a few lessons early on will shorten the learning curve immensely. However, lessons without lots of practice after won't be money well spent. There's a set of Strata clubs at our local sim, I haven't hit them but can tell you that the grips on these clubs look like they were for very small hands. If you go to your local golf shop (Golfgalaxy PGASS, or other) they have samples of different grips and sizes and you should try each to see what's most comfortable. While you're there you can have them check the lofts for each of your clubs.
  11. Welcome to the thread for guys who stand on the right side of the ball! After 5 posts here we'll take you off super secret probation and give you the secret handshake [emoji23] Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  12. Not to hijack the thread but........when is the iron test going to start [emoji23] Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  13. Nice to see Bubba towards the top of the leaderboard
  14. Best wishes and many more @Digiburdie
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