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Dr Strangelove

 
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    Troy, MI
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    Golf, Biking, Hiking
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  1. Current: Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Previous: Callaway Steelhead XR Callaway Steelhead XR Pro Mizuno JPX 900 Hot Metal Ping G Ping iSI-BeNi Titleist 712 AP1 Titleist 714 AP1 Callaway XR Mizuno JPX-EZ Ping i20 Ping G25 Mizuno 900 Mizuno MX-23 Callaway X14 Pro Callaway X12 Ping i5 <-- Hated these Ping i3 Ping iSI-Becu Ping Zing Ping Eye 2+ <-- Longest played 10 years Wilson Staff blades Palm Springs Northwestern blades <-- Hand me downs
  2. Not related to the round disappearing... Did you need to put your iPhone into airplane mode in order to use the GPS from your watch rather than the phone?
  3. Are you guys sure? This is on Arccos's site: The new features and Apple Watch compatibility will be available upon initial install or update of the Arccos iPhone app. Additionally, note that the Apple Watch will still require your iPhone to be on you during play in order to record accurate distances. Indeed this was my experience.
  4. That is good to hear. I had frustration with it resulting in me needing the phone in my pocket. I will give it another shot.
  5. I don't think the Apple Watch counts as the Link. You still need the phone in your pocket. The watch just allows you to view yardages and such w/out taking the phone out of your pocket. I am also anxiously awaiting the Link
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. I also use the Quick Clamp. What a time saver. I wish I had bought it 10 years earlier.
  9. I use it on every shot to the green that is over 50 yards.
  10. 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
  11. I signed up and am pretty happy with the site so far.
  12. 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.
  13. I took the plunge, which is unlike me. I will post my impression after a month or so.
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