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Posted June 21, 2019
This is Mia.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
in Training Aids, GPS Devices, Apps, Accessories & More!
Posted June 4, 2019
Long Island born and raised. Spent a few years in So Cal .. about 35-40 years ago! .. Summers in San Diego North County and Winters at Tahoe (Squaw) .. ah the good ole days........
Mets? You from Queens originally?
Posted June 2, 2019
Bag Boy Compact #3.Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
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in General Equipment Talk
Posted May 28, 2019
Course logo cap, ball marker or divot tool.Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
My local Costco is stocking them now, so I picked up a pack. I used one for 27 holes over the weekend and I like it a lot so far. Unlike most all leather gloves it was not too hot on my hand and felt very comfortable. Perfect fit too.
in Arrange a game with fellow Spies
Posted May 27, 2019
I would add the Cut Red to this group. I played it for two holes before realizing it was unhittable. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
Posted May 17, 2019
I bought one from Golf Galaxy after the MGS review last year, and it has been great!Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
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LarryAnaheim, CASwing speed: 85-90 Current Ball: Srixon Soft FeelI have experience with the Snell Get Sum and liked them.Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
Posted May 10, 2019
I already own one, but I am curious to hear from the testers.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Posted May 6, 2019
Serious pain and inflammation in my left heel. It makes walking painful. I had this same condition before and never figured out how to treat it, but it eventually went away.Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
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Posted April 17, 2019
My only hole in one so far was a few weeks ago. It was a 107 yard grounder on hole #1 that was a complete mis-hit. Thank you lord!Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Posted April 10, 2019
Tour Edge Hot Launch 3 iron-woods. Out of frustration with my traditional hybrids I bought one of these (#3) last year at a TE demo day, and so far it’s been a lifesaver. I recently also bought the #2 and they are my long fairway clubs, along with a 7w.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Posted March 31, 2019
Hmm might be getting a new putter here soon..can't beat that price and lord knows I could use the help.
Based on last year’s numbers I picked one up in July. My putting improved instantly. This one will probably be in my bag for a very long time.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
in General Q&A
Gotta agree. I just bought a pair of Adidas Crossknit 2.0 on closeout. You have to understand, my feet are jacked up. Every shoe hurts my feet. But these? Oh my, oh my. I walked 9 yesterday for the first time in 2 years, and felt good at the end. I’m going to go buy another pair just for daily wear. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
People on carts that play golf "for the exercise"! Imagine that if I get to the stage where I need a cart (Electric buggy, fine) every round, I'll take up lawn bowls.
Imagine that if I get to the stage where I need a cart (Electric buggy, fine) every round, I'll take up lawn bowls.
Spoken like a young guy. As much as I prefer to walk (with a push cart only) the munis I play on are always too slow and too crowded. I would only slow things down more. Especially since almost everyone else on the course is riding. And at 60 years old I just don’t move as fast or as well as I used to.
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in Golf Rules Discussion
Posted March 29, 2019
I agree for the most part. When I practice a lot, I can be pretty effective with the 60, but part of my problem is I get too "cute" with it and try too many shots that are beyond my ability to pull off regularly. Occasionally it works out and is really fun when it does, but more often than not, I cause myself more pain. "Taking my medicine" is not something I am particularly good at, so by removing the temptation, I'm forced to play smarter.
Right now, I have 15 in my bag - the Bridgestone test included a 4H and 4i. At some point, one of them will stay home, probably the 4i (although I hit it really well at the range the other day). I'm also strongly considering consolidating my wedges since I can be pretty ineffective with my 60 at times. Instead of 52, 56, 60, I may just go with 52 and 58.
Even though I could easily carry 15, I am beginning to think as a high handicapper I could probably get away with 10 or even 8. Reading a recent article about course management I realized I probably don’t need so many clubs at the top of my bag.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Posted March 25, 2019
Ok, [mention=58668]GolfSpy MPR[/mention].. I respectfully think you are wrong. These are not friendly games on Sat afternoon between friends. These are competitions to see who is the best on that course at that given time played for large amounts of money. Winning is Winning. What you are saying is the "participation medal" ideology where we do not keep score and everyone wins.. Which is wrong, we need to teach that you will be rewarded for your hard work and effort not just because you showed up.. Yes,Tony had a great Year But He did not WIN.. Bubba as a whole did not play as well, but he did win 3 times..
1. Trees are awful on a course and eliminate options or force only one option of how to play a hole. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy