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  1. The fitter put me into D-7's with Recoils this past May. - big gain in accuracy.
  2. That's a long distance away. Will they give you a rain check for today?
  3. That's interesting. I've never had a problem with it not coming off. Maybe if you just put the driver into a bucket of warm soapy water and leave it there for a while it'll soften up. Like yourself I wouldn't want to use an abrasive pad or chemical - fearing that either one would take the finish off of the driver.
  4. Weather has definitely been a bust for us in the Midwest. If they get rained out take your daughter to the Marathon Classic in July. Not that far from Grand Rapids and all of the top players seen to go there. It's a great venue and the weather is generally good.
  5. Those are great numbers. With all of those Pings in the bag you may have to change your screen name
  6. Looks great. Is that wood or tile? Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  7. I must have missed it - which irons?
  8. I know we've addressed this in the past on MGS,, however, I too lazy this morning to do a search - so I copied a link from WRX. http://www.golfwrx.com/303248/how-far-you-can-actually-hit-your-driver/ As you'll see there are a number of components that come into play such as angle of attack (which in my case is negative). I assume that another factor that isn't addressed is where you hit the ball. I had heard that for every 1/4" off center you lose 7 yds of distance, but I've never seen documentation on this. We have lots of experts here that can chime in - but at the very least the article gives you a starting point.
  9. $6k would buy you a lot of launch monitor time at a local facility.
  10. Safe journey to your new Duty Station. May it be everything you wished for you and your family! FYI, I don't think you'll miss that one week of summer in the UP.
  11. We had an "Official Tester " Posts last May for the 300's seems to me that half were forged - you may get some more info there.. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  12. This past Thursday I played in ML and wasn't feeling quite right (and played terrible). By morning I had the worst head cold I can ever recall - been resting on the couch for the past three days. Can't remember being around anyone who was sick. AND the is the first weekend of beautiful weather [emoji35] Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  13. Money is always a factor but keep in mind the most expensive instructors may not suit you. I would interview a bunch and ask about their approach to teaching and then how much 1-1 lessons are. Also some do group clinics which might be a good way to "test drive" the instructor. FYI twice I made the mistake to the most expensive instructor and they didn't last more than 2 lessons each. Also most do offer package deals which on a per lesson basis are quite a bit lower. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
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