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juspoole

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  • Birthday 04/19/1987

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  1. Bracket just about busted already. At this point just hoping for good games and potential upsets. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. I love the ideas that Evnroll is bringing, but they have yet to bring out a traditional anser style left handed putter. Until then, I'll stick with my pro platinum newport.
  3. Chasing Scratch is coming back for it's second season on April 17th. If you've not listened to this, do yourself a favor and try it. Light hearted and well executed podcast.
  4. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. I use a version of the claw grip and was using a SS 2.0 grip and just got the SS Pistol 2.0 as it's a bit like a hybrid between the flatso and normal 2.0 to me.
  6. Interesting. This goes to show it really differs for each person as I felt the stroke lab didn't do anything for me and really couldn't decipher any difference. However, with the stability shaft, it felt MUCH easier for me to make an on plane stroke with no "noise" in the stroke. I'm an ok putter currently, so my stroke isn't bad, but I think i would have a little more confidence with stability shaft. Not enough to spend $200 on it. It would be cool if they did some MGS testing on this one.
  7. I was thinking the same thing - I suppose you could channel your inner Phil Mickelson a la 2006 Masters and carry two drivers.
  8. Very cool diy article. Liked his set up and giving all costs and breakdown of where to purchase and how he accomplished. You might look at doing the rapsado r motion for the game aspect and then buying an sc200 for the numbers. Each would run about 200 each but the main draw back is you need to switch the sensor for every club with the r motion. [emoji53] however I think it would still be better than an optishot in my opinion. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. Joined in. Let’s hope this year I’m not out after the second day! These last couple years have had some crazy upsets. But that’s why I love this time of year BABY!! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. Speed control has always been a big issue for me. Going to try and take a little feel out of long putts this year and be more conscious of how far I bring the putter back for 30 or 40 footers on the practice green before a round. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. It's gotta be The Masters above everything for me. The US Open is good. The PGA and the Open would rank a bit lower for me as they just don't seem to click. My local course also does a Par 3 Tournament the same day as the Masters Par 3 which is always fun. Hoping to get the opportunity to go to Augusta at some point. I'll have to win the pool through the website or go through work because there is little chance that I'm paying $4k for the week.
  12. I had similar results - i thought the Mizuno looked great, but feel and performance was ok. I actually spun the ball too much, closer to 2900 with the Mizuno. I thought the same on the Ping from last year, but thought the G410 looks a little better and the performance was really great on the few I hit. Did it feel good to you? I thought its among the best I've tried this year.
  13. With most everyone else on this. The only downfall for me currently, is that with 3 kids age 4 and under - putting them to bed can be difficult with that much light still out. Also, many of my rounds are playing in morning weekend rounds. I can see that changing in the next 3 - 4 years, but I try to help my wife all that I can while the kids are a bit more..... "rambunctious"
  14. For me, there are three reasons why I will continue to play a combo or a more blade style for as long as possible. Looks Feel Dispersion With dispersion I'm talking more about distance control, but still some left to right. When I can dial in my players iron to a 7 -8 yard landing area it helps so much more. I've tried the other irons and can be off so much more when i have that one that hits the screws and goes 25 yards over my intended distance.
  15. When a buddy is really pissed off through a couple holes, I'll say "Just remember that you paid to do this"
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