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  1. Thank you! I've used a two prong tool for 15 years, until I randomly was put in a group playing at a new course with a green keeper. Cut a long story short, he saw me repair a mark (pushing in toward the centre) using a two prong tool. He told me to try using a tee next time or a plastic single prong tool, as it was more effective and better for the green. He was right, it was far cleaner and effective in repairing the mark, hence why I'm looking for one. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. I've been searching for a decent single prong divot tool, and came across this image. Anybody know who made it for MyGolfSpy and where I might be able to purchase one? Thanks in advance Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. Up until last year, I was gaming a Titleist 905s 8.5* driver. I since updated to a Titleist 915D3. Beside my Scotty Cameron it's the most 'latest & greatest ' in my bag. I'm still gaming Titleist black DCI oversize irons, and my 3 wood is a PowerBuilt TPS Ti I bought in '98. I did get a donated Titleist 917 3 wood from a mate who couldn't hit it, and after trying it, then being fitted with different shafts and settings, it still wasn't as good as the old PowerBuilt. These new drivers are made from materials that put man on the moon, but unfortunately it doesn't necessarily equate to putting your ball on the moon.
  4. I hear you mate! There are times when I get the golf bug and practice daily, only to play rounds like a busted ass. I then retire the clubs for a month, play a round, and everything falls into place. [emoji15][emoji848] Golf's a funny game. I recently saw a coach as I had a good case of the putting yips. A lot of practice has paid off. The thing I enjoyed was learning what I was doing wrong, what was right for me, and then practicing the right thing, which lead to improvement and confidence. Previously I knew I had a problem, assumed what it was, and then research and practice something based on my assumption which then lead to more problems and no confidence. I love practicing, but as they say perfect practice makes perfect. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. I really wanted to like Vice products. I found the Pro+ balls scuff up badly after 9 holes (no cart paths, trees, just general use) and don't perform as well as other brands for me. Longevity wise, the TP5, Bridgestone B330s, and Chrome Softs are better. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. Aaron Tenabel - St .Kilda, Victoria, Australia Scotty Cameron X7M No custom fit Queen B9 Thanks for the opportunity to apply. Would love the chance to test a Bettinardi and provide feedback to the golf spy community. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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