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About JonMUSC08

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  1. Jon Charleston, SC Bushnell V2 tour slope edition and Arccos Caddie Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. I was also chosen for the free club (M6). Played golf over the weekend but didnt want to bag it during the round. Hit a few shots at the range and was not initially over impressed. I currently game the TM Rocketbladz tour and if you take away the thin strip of cast steel called the "speedbridge" then its the same as the rocketbladz except a strong loft. They both have the speed groove and filler behind the face... It most likely goes further than my 7-iron because every year they decrease the lofts by about 1 degree. This is well discussed on the new 3rd episode of 'No Putts given.' Im a fan of TM clubs but irons year over year are not changing THAT much.
  3. Great job leaving biased out of it! I recently had done a fitting as well and told the pro that i dont care what driver you put me in, al I want is to hit it long and hit the fairway consistently. After a poor range session (poor hitting on my part) my fitting pro did an excellent job deciphering my good shots to the best combination of driver and shaft. In my case i ended up with the TM M6. For my swing it was down to the TS2, Callaway Rogue (yes he fit me for LAST years club), and the TM M6. I took the clubs out to the course for a range and course session and after looking at the #'s again it worked out the TM M6 was the most consistent. though not fully the longest but close. Since getting the new driver about 1-2 months ago i have added about 15yds to my drives, hit approx 65-70% fairways and dropped about 5 strokes! Its amazing what the RIGHT equipment for your swing can do for you scores. You HAVE to be non-biased if you want the best equipment for YOUR game.
  4. @golfspy_CG2 are these only for RH golfers? Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  5. Has anyone tried the Rapsodo R-Motion simulator??? Saw an early comment mentioning it but only one person is semi-familiar with it. Is it accurate with ball data? Looks like a cheaper simulator if you cant buy a SkyTrak. If the data is accurate then could be a great alternative to and starter home simulator! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075VD2W9M/ref=sspa_dk_detail_0?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B075VD2W9M&pd_rd_w=spg0R&pf_rd_p=8a8f3917-7900-4ce8-ad90-adf0d53c0985&pd_rd_wg=FNmDI&pf_rd_r=D9G2DCP26JD7SC6YVNMF&pd_rd_r=57c6a748-83a5-11e9-89d0-b7902472ba38
  6. Congrats guys, looking forward to the write up. Enjoy! Hit em straight!
  7. I've been trying to walk more when golfing for better exercise. Here is my push cart of choce: CaddyTek EZ-Fold 3 Wheel Golf Push Cart, Dark Grey I got it on Amazon for like $125 i believe. I highly regard it. Folds down pretty small for storage and to get into your vehicle. As a good amount of features. Not sure what it is missing that i would need.
  8. It is very much a performance brand and has been known as such. For the LONGEST time it was been known as a players brand. The clubs were designed for the low hdcp to scratch golfers. Having recently tried the new TS2 & TS3 drivers, they have definitely began to create clubs for mid handicap players. I am a 14 hdcp and felt very comfortable hitting those drivers for once. I have been playing the vokey wedges for some time and love them. With all of the different bounces and grinds, it can be easy for people to get the wrong equipment for their game. On this path and with a little more club marketing (not only for the balls), they can take over some market share for sure!
  9. Yea it is amazing how much the shaft can change your shot shape and spin rate. I use the Tensei shaft as well. I believe mine is the Red 60 but The blue 60 would have worked for a different driver i was looking at. I am also in the market for a 3w and have great things about the Tour Exotics; especially their 3w. Finding a place to hit it will be tough for me.
  10. Waiting till the seasons change can yield good deals on polo shirts or pullovers from their clearance or sale racks
  11. @GolfSpy MPR Saving the money on the club will somehow justify paying $100 for a swing speed sensor.... That's my next cost savings project to figure out haha
  12. I haven't started the routine yet (had a slightly pulled muscle in my shoulder and also going on vacation tmrw). As long as you don't engage a bunch of threads with the bottom thumb nut then it barely takes any time at all to switch out weight sets. Plus gives you a quick breather between swing sets. It was a way to save a few extra bucks.... If i can find a few more used drivers at Goodwill then i might change over to individual clubs.
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