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Bunker Snot

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  • Birthday 05/05/1965

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  1. Shane, Eugene, OR Current wedge - 54* Callaway Mack Daddy 4 & 58* Callaway PM Grind 2019 Would like to test - CLEVELAND GOLF RTX ZIPCORE 54* MID
  2. Shane H, Eugene, Oregon I have used Laser range finders never a watch, app or cell phone link device. Have used Bushnell Pinseeker and Callaway 200s Currently using Callaway 200s Laser range finder
  3. Shane, Eugene, OR Desired to Test: 460 Swing Speed: 95
  4. 22 Handicap in Eugene, OR FB - shane.harms.161 TW - @twitharms IG - @shane.harms I will play at least 12 rounds in an 8 week summertime span Current bag - Titleist 917D2 driver, Callaway Epic 3,4,5 Hybrid(s), Rogue Pro Irons 6-PW, Tour Edge CBProS 50*, Callaway Mack Daddy4 54*, TaylorMade xFT 56*, Callaway PM19 58*, TaylorMade Ghost Manta putter King Speedzone Xtreme Driver black/white 10.5 USt Helium 5F4 King Speedzone Fairway black/white 5 wood UST Helium Black 5F3 King Speedzone One Length Hybrid 3,4,5 King Speedzone O
  5. Eugene, OR 55 on 5/5 Current Driver in the low 90's Rate your fitness level: average I miss the smooth 105, definitely committed to the weeks necessary to get my speed back
  6. Shane Eugene, OR 94 mph Driver Swing Speed 20 Handicap
  7. Shane, Oregon Current driver shaft - Diamana D+ 70 Driver Swing Speed - 93 mph I would like to increase swing speed, improve distance and carry I don't have regular access to a launch monitor
  8. Always up for a competition, thank you for the opportunity MGS
  9. 20 years ago when I was able to play 3 or 4 times a week the game would converge and all aspects would occasionally click. Now, only being able to play once a week I've just accepted that rounds will be a good driving round, a good chipping round, a good putting round but seldom 2 of the 3 and never all 3 clicking. Sorry, caught in a memory... the only way i've found to have a consistent is frequent play. Practice can help you get the basic but on course correction and adaptation is how to put together a complete game.
  10. Shane, Eugene, OR The Garmin watch I had died so I am back to stakes, sprinkler heads and the kindness of playing partners who have DMD. The golf game has become all about the numbers; swing speed, ball speed, launch angle and exacting distances, so computing technology is a natural partner. Game tracking apps, launch monitors and distance measuring devices take some of the feel out of the game but if you want to keep up with the Jones having the latest tools and technology is necessary. Sign me up for testing and lets see what the Skycaddie can do.
  11. When my swing is in a funk i'll take my old Wilson staff tour model 5 iron to the range and swing until I'm getting good tempo and strike. Blades can be beneficial because of the feedback they provide while grooving a swing and if I can hit that 5 iron I know I'll hit my Rogue Pro's better.
  12. it will be another one to try.... just a tough wait until February, March....
  13. Depends on if you can play through the winter and the $$ situation. Late November early December discounts can happen that may save you a couple hundred dollars but the tech will always change to bigger, longer straighter... figure out when you will (your son will) be able to get in the practice and play time and get the clubs that fit best, feel best and fit in your budget.
  14. Tour Edge CBProS 50* wedge - dialed in, high,low, confident with any shot from 85 to 100 yards with this club.
  15. Shane Oregon Taylormade Ghost Manta 35" Frontline 4.0
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