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About cpsekhon

  • Birthday January 2

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    Dallas, TX
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  1. My bag in 2017 - Driver: TaylorMade M2 460 10.5° Phenom RIP 65 S -Flex Fairway Woods: TaylorMade M2 3-Wood 15° TaylorMade M2 REAX 65 S-Flex Hybrid: TaylorMade M2 3 Rescue 19° TaylorMade M2 REAX 75 S-Flex Irons: Ping i200 4-PW,UW, Orange color code with AWT 2.0 S-Flex and 5L-Aqua Grips Wedges: Callaway MD 3 Milled Matte Black 54°/10° and 58°/09°- S Grind with True Temper Dynamic Gold Steel and Lamkin UTx Acid Green Grips Putter: TaylorMade Daytona Ghost Tour Black w/SuperStroke Mid Slim 2.0
  2. I am using PuttOut and just got Navigator. I will probably return Navigator... but havent made up my mind.
  3. I have seen this new Rangefinder TecTecTec ProV500 rangefinder which is fast, accurate and small. I dont use it but few of my friends use it. https://www.amazon.com/TecTecTec-VPRO500-Golf-Rangefinder-Binoculars/dp/B00OMXN0Z8/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1493928587&sr=8-2&keywords=tectectec+vpro500+golf+rangefinder
  4. I use Garmin fenix3. Just like Approach watches, it shows front, middle and back of the greens which is fairly accurate. I compared it with Bushnell and a new cheaper TecTecTec ProV500 rangefinder. The only difference in yardage to the pin comes when they move the pin around the green. Watches or handheld devices are much easier to carry around. Mine is few years old and gives me 2-3 rounds on full GPS mode along with my daily activity tracking and other sports. Updating technology makes sense in case of new hardware and better GPS connection. Also, with the new S6, you can pair it with Garmin TruSwing sensor to capture metrics like swing tempo, speed, club-path measurements, critical club angles and more.
  5. Orange Whip is a bit expensive. Any other similar tools at a cheaper price. I have seen many people using it? Is it different from the one SKLZ has? I am thinking about buying it but I usually warm up with couple of irons. But heard some really great reviews about orange Whip. Any suggestions??
  6. I recently got it. Its an amazing training aid to make sure that you are not pushing or pulling and also helps in maintaining the speed. It has helped me in aligning my putts and focussing on my pendulum swing rather than using my wrists ( i grew up playing cricket) so its a really big deal on controlling wrists. It comes in a nice small packing and you can travel with the little box or without it as well.
  7. Hi, I just marked my location!! Hopefully it will show up!! Thanks for the initiative.
  8. First Name - Charanpal (CP) home State - Texas, US Current Handicap - 18 Current Iron Set - Ping i200 Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. Wow! An amazing story! Thanks for sharing! Firstly, kudos to your friends dad and your friend!! Secondly, kudos to you Sir!! The most important thing is to remember someone's kindness and give it back to lesser privileged ones when you can!! That's the best way of repaying the kindness.Thanks for sharing such an emotional and inspiring experience!!! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. First Name - Charanpal (CP) Home State/Province - Texas Current Handicap - 18 Current Iron Set - Ping i200 (4-PW, UW) One length or Variable - Variable
  11. Hello, I am new member. I have been reading several posts online and thought of joining MyGolfSpy. I took Golf 3 years ago and have been working on my fitness and game at the same time. I try to play as much as possible. You will find my practicing at my local range in Carrolton - The Highlands Golf Center. Would love to know you all and meet new people.
  12. Welcome to the forums cpsekhon :)


    We are glad to have you at MGS. Go start your first message!


    There are thousands of golfers waiting to get to know you.


    MyGolfSpy Staff

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