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necostanzo

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  1. Excellent post and thank you for sharing. Now thinking of this for a future golf trip. Cheers, Nick
  2. Absolutely. I'll try to take the time to get more involved. I usually have time on layovers to contribute and I'm more than willing to share my knowledge. Thank you for the words of encouragement. Cheers, "Delta" Nick
  3. Excellent replies and I appreciate the feedback. Although I don't post very much, I'm completely engaged in golf. I'm a full-time airline pilot and travel all over the country. I play golf regularly and also provide my expertise to our local Srixon/Cleveland rep by being a certified fitter. I'm considered by my golfing friends as the most knowledgeable and understanding of the golf swing and they are always asking me to fit them in their next set of clubs. I'm particularly focused on driver shafts and am considered a "shaft hoe" having played most aftermarket Fujikura and graphite design shafts. I follow Russ Ryden at golf shaft reviews and enjoy the technical aspects of his reviews. i have attended the PGA show the last couple years and was fortunate to meet the fine people of Uneekor and especially Doug Bybee. I built a complete indoor golf simulator using a Uneekor system and use that regularly all winter long. it's a fact that you need to be a frequent contributor to be selected as a tester, but online contributions do not always reflect the realities of the person behind the curtain. I would attest that if I was ever selected to be an online tester, the results and unbiased review I presented would be inline with any of the in-depth reviews posted by the MGS staff. Hopefully, I'll get motivated enough to post enough to meet the threshold. Thanks again for the feedback. Bottom line, I'm a golf nut.
  4. I have to admit...I get excited every once in a while I get an email from MGS announcing "Testers wanted". Since I'm an extreme golf club tester having purchased most every single golf club year after year, I keep applying but never get selected. I just read their selection rules and have come to the conclusion that I'll never get selected. I'm not complaining, it's just the reality of their selection process. I'll give you the recent Titleist TSi driver testing selection. 6 golfers selected. Average content (posts) submitted 2464... That's an average of over 2000 posts....I don't think I've ever contributed to any online community in my history of internet surfing more than 100-200 posts...I only contribute when I have something worthwhile to say or something I think everyone will benefit. As for this post, I just want most of the people who enjoy reading and following MGS but who never posts many things to know that you're wasting your time even applying. There is nothing random about their selection of Testers: #1. You must be a frequent contributor #2. You must not be a twat Pretty simple, but I wish they would consider making "one random" selection giving people like myself and the majority of the readers of MGS an outside chance of getting to test. They might be surprised that if they make a random selection, that tester might give the most thorough and enlightened review. Don't get me wrong, I really enjoy MGS and will continue reading and contributing.
  5. Nick / Polk City, Iowa / USA Scotty Cameron Select Fastback 2 Floki / because I have a strong arc putter stroke and I'm very interested in a high MOI putter that also has a significant toe hang designed for arcing putters like myself. I tend to find high MOI putters mostly face balanced, which I've tried, and don't work for me. The Floki design looks great and I'm extremely interested.
  6. Nick C, Polk City, Iowa Yes, currently use Garmin S62 Garmin S62 and Bushnell V2 Thank you, Nick
  7. Thank you for the opportunity to apply to evaluate the exo putter. Here is my info: name: Nick C. home state: Iowa Current putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 3 Exo model requested: Odyssey Exo Rossie S 34" Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  8. Your first name: Nick Home state/province: Iowa Current driver/shaft/shaft weight: G400 LST, Graphite design tour AD IZ, 60gm x-flex Current swing speed: 108 mph Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  9. First name and home state/province: Nick Iowa Age and handicap: 53 and 2 Your current iron set/makeup: Srixon Z565/Z765 combo set, 4-AW Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  10. - Your first name: Nick - State/Province/Country: Iowa, USA - Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup: Ping i200, kbs tour, stiff - Your 7-iron distance: 160 yds Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  11. First name - Nick Home State/Province/Country - USA, IA ​Do you use performance tracking? Yes Do you use a GPS watch? Yes Which ones? Garmin vivoactive 3 Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  12. 1. Your first name and your state/province/country: Nick, Iowa, USA ​2. Your current gamer: Taylormade TP Mullen 3. Custom fit - yes or no? No 4. Preferred putter - Queen B 9 or Studio Stock 8? Queen B9 Thank you for the offer and I would be honored to be a tester. I would perform an extremely thorough review and complete analysis of this putter. Without bias. Cheers, Nick
  13. Welcome to the forums necostanzo :)

     

    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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