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Dr Strangelove

 
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About Dr Strangelove

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    Troy, MI
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    Golf, Biking, Hiking
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    regularguy40

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  1. I started playing in 1984 when I was 14. A municipal golf course was built by our summer cottage that year and me and my buddies went to play. Never had a lesson. The old ranger gave us all a quick one before we teed off. This was the good old days... when you could hit wild boomerangs and regularly cut balls. We didn't have two sets of clubs (blades and persimmons from the 70s) between us. The low score that first round was 68 for 9 holes. I am still playing with that group of friends 36 years later.
  2. Current version AAAAA (mint) rated Titleist Pro V1 or Pro V1x can be had for around $1.67 - $1.85 shipped. Get yourself 48 to 50.
  3. I also use the Quick Clamp. What a time saver. I wish I had bought it 10 years earlier.
  4. I use it on every shot to the green that is over 50 yards.
  5. So how is the putter working out?
  6. If you have any newer Ping clubs, Ping is giving away sets of sensors for free. The Caddie subscription is only a 90 day trial. Afterwards, you pay $99 annually. If you buy a set of Caddie 360 sensors ($250 retail.. $150 eBay used), there is no annual fee. https://ping.com/en-us/arccos-sensor-promo
  7. I signed up and am pretty happy with the site so far.
  8. Good analysis. I find the guide useful. 20 points here or there doesn't really make a difference, but the general categorization of irons I have found to be pretty accurate.
  9. I took the plunge, which is unlike me. I will post my impression after a month or so.
  10. Thanks. That’s the type of insight I was looking for. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. To be more clear, I don't think the Gankas videos that you can find on YouTube are very good. The ones I have seen are always him giving tips to some guy while talking 100 MPH and they look like they are shot with someone's iPhone. That's an exaggeration, but I don't want to pay $500 to get that. My point is that it would be nice to see a sample of what you are buying before putting down a substantial amount of money. Or a trial period etc.
  12. How is the site? I don’t like that there are no training samples. One is expected to sign up for a year subscription for about $500 without knowing if the contents match their learning style. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  13. I have both the Tour 360 Boost 2 and XT-SLs. They are both great. Don't hesitate to get the spikeless. One thing I've noticed is that the sides of the shoe rise higher on the Boost 2. They dig into my ankle a bit.
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