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About ble9992

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  1. 1. 12 handicap, North Tonawanda, NY 2. Current 8i distance: ~165; Mizuno MP-37 3. I've followed Sub 70 for the last 2 years as a brand that had premium offerings for clubs without the bloated costs that come with "big-name" brands. I have also seen many people have positive feedback on the customer service received by owners. Their premium upgrades and customization options makes them stick out beyond other DTC brands. They initially appealed to me on Instagram and then on MSG after seeing their sleek offerings for a reasonable price.
  2. Hi everyone, A big goal for me this year is to trying and become a better and more consistent ball-striker. At one point, I was playing my best golf with a little 5 yard fade and was primarily an arm swinger. Recently, I started watching some of George Gankas's videos based on his incorporation of the Snead/Tiger squat that starts the downswing. I was particularly intrigued because I am looking to engage my lower body more in my swing to use the ground to generate more speed and a consistent strike. As of now, I generate a good amount of distance in my clubs. I was swinging the driver ar
  3. Following up. It's been a couple of weeks since I've researched all of this. I went out and tried a bunch of different models, many included in responses to the suggestions to those who responded to the initial post. Notes: I found that the putters with more toe-hang ended up being a bit more consistent in feel and I definitely did not miss left very often. Despite MSG's article today about how looks do no impact on putter results, I did find that the flare tip neck found on the Ping ZB3, and Taylormade Spider X were confidence inspiring at address. I was not very impress
  4. This is such great information. Tons to take in and consider here. Absolutely will be looking into this going forward. This is a great starting point for me to jump into figuring out a bit more about putting and my own stroke. Thanks so much!!!!!
  5. Appreciate the advice. I'll take a look at the options out there. Thanks!
  6. I typically miss left. As a right-handed golfer, I'm slightly better with left-to-right breaking putts.
  7. Thanks for the feedback. First priority for me is to find a higher MOI putter that fits a slightly strong putter arc. I know the fang style and mid mallet style are primarily what I'd be interested in. However, seeing some of the larger blade style putters intrigue me. Apologies for not knowing much about the neck styles, but I'd rather have a neck with a smoother bend compared to some of the offset styles I've seen. I'm very slightly closed at impact according to iPing, so a bit of offset may not be the worst thing in the world. I am rather indifferent to the face being mill
  8. Hi All, This is my first post on the forums. I've been following MyGolfSpy for the last 5 years and am read pretty actively. I'm thinking about switching out of my current putter for a more updated design to get a bit more consistency. I currently game a **REALLY old** Odyssey Dual Force Rossie II. I like the mid-mallet style and have been interested in a similar putter with a similar plumber's neck style. I am particularly interested in the Tommy Armour Impact Series #3. I have hit the putter a few times and like the feel of it. According to the iPing app, I have a slightly strong arc.
  9. My name is Brandon. I'm from New York. I am an 11 handicap and play quite often. I don't currently game a hybrid because most of them I've tested have a draw bias. I am primarily a draw play and miss to the left. But I do game a Mizuno MP-37 3 iron I would like to replace with a hybrid. The most important thing about a hybrid is having the ability to hit it effectively out of the rough. Playing a blade 3 iron doesn't help with that. I would also like the ability to get a bit more launch to land the ball softly on long par 3s and going for the green in 2 on par 5's. Tour Edge'
  10. Welcome to the forums ble9992 :)


    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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