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About Heavye1026

  • Birthday 10/26/1987

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    Lindenhurst, NY

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  • Swing Speed
    91-100 mph
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  • Frequency of Play/Practice
    A few times per month
  • Biggest Strength
    Short Game
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  1. Thanks! Turned 34, and couldn't play golf since it was windy as hell and poured all day. Hooray! But spent it with my 1 month old son and wife, so it wasn't all bad
  2. I was in a similar boat as you with not knowing what I should be fit for. I actually just went last Wednesday to get fitted at a Club Champion here on Long Island, not sure if they're over there in the UK. I went into it with 15 year old Nike Slingshot OSS clubs I had been using since senior year of high school. So I was looking to get out of those and get something closer to a blade, with no brand in mind, since Nike hasn't made clubs in a decade. Tried The Mizuno Hot Metal, Callaway Mavrik, Ping 425, and the Taylor Made SIM2 max. Everyone's going to be different obviously, but I bumped up almost 10-15 yards with the SIM2 and had much better consistency than I didn't know I was capable of. Long story short, I would just find yourself a fitter that will give you the most options and can work with you. Club Champion literally has 30,000+ configuration options with club heads/shafts. Don't pigeon hole yourself to one brand, because you may be pleasantly surprised at what you end up with and what you'll be able to make the golf ball do when properly fitted. I went in looking for more of a player's iron, but ended up with the SIM2's which are technically a game improvement iron. That and they look pretty sweet, so I'm not complaining. To my wife's delight, I wasn't fitted for the most expensive club on the market pre-customization! Good luck!
  3. Eric/ Lindenhurst, NY Shoe size: 9.5 I've been wearing a pair of True Linkswear I had gotten from ShortPar4 a while back. Couldn't tell you what model shoe it is from them. Main thing I look for in a golf shoe, or really any shoe for that matter is overall long term wear/comfort. Could be nice to check these out.
  4. Eric Lindenhurst, NY My grandpa built me a platform and jerry rigged a net for me when I was a kid. Been looking to get a net for my house, but always balk at mixed reviews. Would love to test this one out I don't use or have a launch monitor
  5. Eric Lindenhurst, NY Callaway Big Bertha Haven't really kept track in a while, but usually 10-15 over a round ~110 TSi2 Just got done testing CBD, and I don't know if the northeast has much golf left in it this year, but would like to try these out for sure!
  6. I'm seeing this as well. I feel a lot better using the oil every day. Once I stop for a day or two, i realize its not the miracle cure i want it to be haha. And the minor aches and pains aren't muffled like they are when using the CBD supplements.
  7. Just a quick little update from me. Haven't posted in a while. After taking the gummies at night daily for a little over a week, I can say I'm pretty sure it's helping me sleep better. I'd been on a long stretch of waking up a couple times a night going into this test. I didn't see the results right away, but I feel like over time using it (as well as the tincture) it built up in my system and the gummy at the end of the night gives it a little boost to a relaxing nights sleep. I can say I've gone from pretty skeptical about the gummies, to finally seeing some results from them that I'm happy with. Starting to organize my final review. Didn't think I'd have much material, but turns out, I have a good bit to share.
  8. I literally was just looking into this yesterday! I'm assuming I'm not eligible as I'm currently testing the Kanibi CBD. Maybe I'll hold off on purchasing to see what you all think. Especially if anyone gets the 4ft wide 8ft length private course medium stimp, with 2 cups into the grain and 1 down grain, and contour shims . Good luck to all!
  9. I would definitely go cream for immediate relief. The cream for me is almost a numbing sensation and almost instant relief. That being said, i do usually follow up with the oil later on. But the cream itself I've been pretty happy with. But like TR1PTIK said, depending on the severity, you'd be better off with a combination at least. Either way, gummies I've been using primarily at night as I don't really notice a difference in myself taking them during the day. Everyone metabolism/digestion is different so you may see different results on that front however. I feel like i rambled on that. Long story short, I'd say use cream on site first, and follow up with oil for best results from what I've experienced.
  10. I second this feeling. I play alone majority of the time, and sometimes get lucky and they let me go out solo. Nothing like having the course to yourself. Whenever I play with others, I feel like I should be a tour pro and play better than everyone else. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't. But hell, thats why we're not all millionaire tour pros right?
  11. Actually played the par 3 at Smithtown Landing. Played 18 at Bergen Point in Lindenhurst. Haven't played brentwood in a while, but a nice course and relatively cheap for what it is.
  12. I've only done the gummies one time before bed. And did the tincture in coffee saturday morning. Both from what I've seen do have similar effects on my sleep however. I do use the tincture quite a bit. I'm going to do the gummies just at night going forward and see if in that aspect they'd be more useful to me.
  13. This weekend I took advantage of the beautiful weather we had here on the island. Played 9 holes Friday afternoon and 18 on Sunday. Friday went to a little par 3 course near my office just to get some time on the course in before the weekend began. Had brought my gummies to work and ate one shortly before I left. To be honest, i haven't gotten out much at all this year, which I'm real sad about, but was good to at least get some swings in and it not be at a range. First shot of the day, topped it. Brushed it off, and since no one was around, dropped another ball and dropped it 7 feet from the pin. Much better. I usually not one to get frustrated as it is, but after topping my first shot, all i could do was laugh it off after watching the second tee shot fly right at the pin. Ended up shooting a 29, overall pretty good iron practice for me. To be honest, I don't know if the gummies are anything spectacular for me. The tincture however, big fan of so far. After getting home, eating and watching some TV, took a full dropper (recommended dose) of the tincture. I must say, each night I've been using it, I do wake up a little more refreshed. So far, very happy with that product. Waking up the next morning, I decided to give putting it in my coffee a shot. I did a full dropper in it, wasn't overpowering, but gave it a slight/subtle minty taste. If I'm being honest, don't know if it made it have no effect on me. I'm guessing diluting it made the potency a lot less and didn't have the same effect. That being said, I was very productive on Saturday. Same routine that night, took a dose of the tincture before bed, and woke up early for my 9AM tee time. Ate a gummy for good measure and off I went. Played with an old friend and two other random people. The random two were heavy hitters, which usually intimidates my first tee shot. Not today! Out drove everyone, and was feeling pretty happy with myself. Round went pretty well, not many mishits, and shot an 84. I'm curious if taking the tincture and eating gummies regularly is making a difference in the anxiety/nervousness as it builds up in my system. If thats a thing. Later that night however, the thighs, calves and ankles were feeling like I was a 75 year old man in a 32 year old's body. Perfect opportunity to get the sport cream another test. After putting it on, it was a pretty instant relief in all areas for me. Soreness went away as though it never existed in the first place. The very potent menthol smell really only exists when you first get it out of the bottle. After rubbing it in, it was almost a numbing sensation, and no smell. I was pretty impressed with the result. I also don't know if it was my eyes deceiving me, but I had a bruise on my calf which i put the cream on too and it looks like it is almost 100% healed an no longer there by Monday morning. Anyone else try to put this on bruising and seeing any results like that? Side note: Wife had also tweaked her wrist and couldn't move it without a pain. Let her use the cream on it, and she forgot all about her wrist. She may also be a believer in the CBD cream for injuries and recovery. So I guess from my results so far, what I'm seeing is that the tincture and cream are definitely products I would use in the future and the jury is still out on the gummies. Although they are really tasty, I don't feel any difference in my demeanor or anxiousness on/off the course. Maybe in the coming weeks that will change Also, saw a deer on the 2nd hole. So that was cool
  14. I can definitely agree with them about the choco mint. Zero hemp flavor to it.
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