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in3948

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About in3948

  • Birthday September 3

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    Midwest USA
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    Golf, golf, golf, more golf
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  1. in3948

    in3948

  2. I will never turn in my Cleveland wedges. I've had to regroove them a few times. They look ratty but still work fine.
  3. Update: Bagboy is the right company. They produce the Search N Rescue retriever. I talked to customer support and for this retriever, they do NOT sell any replacement parts. The two side posts and the center posts are all snap on. If your''s pops off, FIND IT. Otherwise, you'll be stuck with a worthless retriever. These are forty dollars to purchase. Wonder what it would take to make the replacement parts on a 3d printer?
  4. thanks cnosil. I will give it a try and report back with my findings for the benefit of others.
  5. I own the Search N Rescue ball retriever. Its a great retriever albeit expensive. The lever popped off the head of the retriever and I cannot find it. Because it is pressure fit, it did not break off rather just popped off. I tried to find a replacement part and cannot find who to contact or if I can even get a part. I would hate to replace the entire retriever because of one small part. Any ideas or help out there? Otherwise, beware of this retriever.
  6. No sport brings out your personality more than golf.  Think about that the next time you go out there and tee it up.

  7. Hi fellow Spy golfers. I used to play enough golf to regrip twice/year. Now, I regrip about every 12 months. I've tried Avon Chamois, Winn wraps, Lampkins, Golf Pride and probably some others. My current favorite are Golf Pride. If I used alignment grips, I would want a seasoned golfsmith to regrip instead of myself. Would be interesting to see a tire company like Bridgestone get into the golf grip business. I feel like they are missing an opportunity.
  8. "Without swinging a club" Okay, where is the fun in that???
  9. Hmm, Ive played Brickyard a couple times. Very expensive and I just don't see the draw. If in Indy, Id rather play The Fort. Sent from my SM-G935V using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  10. No shortage of responses. Michigan has many golf courses. I see many top courses listed. Many I couldnt really justify the cost. Try Treetops resort where the experience is unforgettable. I believe they have 5 championship courses. Another is Gull Lake resort with 6 championship courses. Check out the Gilmore auto museum while in the Kalamazoo area. Sent from my SM-G935V using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  11. Jim, Indiana Cobra Amp 8.5*/Graphite Design Tour AD stiff 105mph, 270yd carry Facebook Jas Man Android Bought King LTD driver with connect. I can provide evaluation now. Wastes too much time on golf round with poor interface. Connection is spotty. Battery life short and cannot be recharged or replaced. Cannot be used on favorite grips. Totally worthless. Sent from my SM-G935V using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  12. 1. Jim / Indiana 2. Titleist 909h 17*, 19* with stock Aldila Voodoo stiff shafts 3. Standard fit 4. Mis hits tend to be left I have a clubsmith and fitter who can rebuild these clubs. Sent from my SM-G935V using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  13. 1. Jim / Indiana 2. Scotty Cameron Futura 6M 3. No 4. Queen B 9 I'd be surprised to find a better putter than mine. Sent from my SM-G935V using MyGolfSpy mobile app
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