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  • Birthday 04/19/1987

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  1. Fell off the wagon around August and now it’s time to restart. Really need to quit this hot and cold stuff. Trying to get back to a decent position by April for spring break. Should be doable but need to stay consistent and continue to make smart choices. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. Very interesting. I am also keeping an eye out on new monitors that come out. Skytrak is currently at the top of the list, but I'm surprised there hasn't been an update to that technology. Seems like the sub $500 range has expanded more and more, but there is not a lot of competition in the mid level. By that I mean, monitors beneath your super professional level trackman or GCQuad types.
  3. Sand Hills Bandon Dunes Cabot Cliffs Cape Kidnappers (I know unlikely but would make for some breathtaking photos) Always curious about other great courses in the midwest/northeast besides some of the obvious ones. French Lick courses to find out if the travel is truly worth it.
  4. Been really intrigued by this, but keep reading too many mixed reviews to pull the trigger. I understand that for $99 you aren't going to get much, but i would like consistency with direction if anything. Feedback would be warranted if someone owns this.
  5. Was lucky enough to play with a customer down in San Antonio where it was 80* and sunny. Haven't played much of any golf the past 3 months, but was able to really hit the ball well and was consistent all day. Shot 3 over at The Quarry golf course, which was in good shape for this time of year. And lucky for me the greens had just been overseeded or else they would have been much much faster.
  6. Got a promotion at work and have not had hardly any time to play. I was able to play 9 holes on Saturday evening. Played ok, hit a few good very good shots and some very dumb ones. Best was a 4 iron from 225 on a par 3 to a tucked pin - settled around 15 feet aaaaaaand missed the putt. Greens were marked up from the days play and playing pretty slow so no big deal. Glad I got to get out and play. Have an outing upcoming at Laurel Valley Golf Club which is always in pristine shape.
  7. Played again. Still Bad........... Great course however. Outside of Columbus Ohio about 40 minutes called The Virtues Golf Club. Last two rounds have been really bad 85's. The only thing getting me through is that I can play this terrible and muster a round in the mid 80's. Thought I was trending down, but maybe not. Hope everyone else is faring well and playing great.
  8. How did I play? Really bad.... Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. Played in a scramble today with a couple of my customers and all proceeds went to the Folds of Honor that benefits fallen and disabled veterans spouses and children. In terms of the golf, I played really well and had one of my best driving days that I've had in a long time. My team made alot of good putts, but I was able to sink a couple when it counted which was great. We ended up with a 58 for -14 and won the scramble by two shots. I also won a close to pin and long drive, but donated the winnings back to the cause. Really fun day and a lot of money contributed to a wonderful organization and cause.
  10. I played in this unique outing this weekend that raised money for Breast Cancer. We played on teams, but used our own score and played the shots out, however we played from the Ladies Tees. I'm not sure if it was the mindset that we had to use my other team members score for 9 holes, but I played very loose and played some of the best golf I ever have. I had 2 eagles, 6 birdies, and 3 ugly bogeys, but altogether it was for a 64 (7 under). I missed 3 other birdie chances as well, 2 from 15 feet and one from 7 feet. I wasn't keeping tabs, but think I only had 24 putts or so for the day and was on fire with the flat stick. It would be my best round, but since we were playing Ladies Tees, I'm not sure it can be counted as such. The rating from those tees are 69 so it would be more like 5 under par, which would tie my best round. Anyways, a great round for me and all for a good cause. Hopefully I can continue this momentum when I move back to the regular tees.
  11. Of the irons I've had over the past 10 years, which include Titleist AP2's, Callaway Apex Pro Forged and now the Mizuno 18 SC, the mizunos are far and away the best feeling irons I've had. I've always been a good iron player, but am now around 13 GIR per round and playing some of my best golf. I also second the Srixon pick. They are extremely underrated and keep in mind they tend to have a bit lower spin, but longer distance than some of the others I've tried. I've never been a fan of Taylormade irons, but I think there game improvement irons are better than there players irons. Titeliest is always a solid pick for any club in my opinion. You may not get the fastest or top result, but you are likely to get a top 3/4 club out of it and have nice results. I just found some 718 AP1's for a buddy that were slightly used and found them for $380 from 4 - AW.
  12. Lanier Island Golf Course - Georgia
  13. I don’t believe it’s essential but it helps with my timing for that day and can say that I will play better about 85% of the time by taking some time to hit balls, chips, and putts than without. I’ll play some days straight from work and take a half day so there won’t be enough time to really practice. I notice those days I don’t really get in sync with my swing or feel as confident. Every course I play has a range and there’s usually 10-12 balls leftover from someone else. That’s about all I need to get a feel for the day. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. Pretty similar to the 60. This one has a third row, but still handles very well. I live in the round a bout capital of the US, so having something that handles around those makes a big difference. I've got three children under 5, so 3 car seats in the second row. Nothing besides an SUV is really a choice for me as I'm not really a truck guy and not ready to make the plunge to a mini van!
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