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SteddyGolf last won the day on November 6 2018

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  • Birthday 02/05/1965

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  1. By far Scotty Cameron Newport putter. Hate, hate, hate it Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. Tiger, Brooks, and Phil. I think the sh#%^ talking with that group would be fun Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. A tell tell sign is the grip. Fakes usually have a more rigid feel and the clue used is very strong. The ole sniff test ; Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. 1. New golf rules combined with COVID-19 golf rules has definitely increased the pace of play in my area. 2. Looks like a lot of first timers hitting the links in an effort to get out of the house. 3. Decreased number of rounds has improved the golf course conditions. Greens are in the best shape I’ve seen in years. 4. Afternoon golf is a have it your way feast. I’ve played several rounds where I was all by my lonesome. 5. Old at risk dudes hanging out in the parking lot after their round. The need for social interaction on the course has found its way to the parking lot. 6. Spring weather has been a great balance of rain and sunshine. 7. No new equipment this season. I’m actually trying to clear out the old. 8. I’m closing on a new (new to me) home next month. It’s located just off the # 4 green at Cobblestone Golf Club here in Columbia, SC. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. It was just one round. I’m not sure why the media and social media are getting so hyped up. The reality is amateur golfers are neither as good nor as bad as they say they are. It’s the whole “one that got away....” complex. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. If you do a little searching there is quit a bit of information on line concerning these old putters. I dont have the link but there is actually a website dedicated to them. Unfortunately the one you have can be found on EBay for next to nothing. One point of interest, polishing them is strongly discouraged. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. Its a Grip Master which I believe is made in Australia. I also tried a Leather Sticky Grip as well and it was pretty much the same outcome
  8. I tried Vokey wedges at a fitting day and honestly couldn’t figure out what all the fuss was about. It felt incredible hard off the face which really turned me off. I’ve used Callaway MD forged for several years so maybe my opinion is prejudiced through experience. At $169 each three wedges cost quite a bit. Best wedge ever was a Cleveland 588 chrome in 51 degree. I was money with that thing from anywhere inside of 120 yards. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  9. I have a leather grip on my Scotty Cameron. It feels great in perfect conditions but if it’s hot and you are sweating or if it’s rainy the grip gets insanely slimy. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  10. Foot joy rain glove on the left hand year round for me. I sweat like it’s my job so leather gloves get soaked after just a couple holes. Before discovering the FJ rain glove I carried half a dozen gloves in my bag. Even while carrying so many at the end of a round all were soaked. The FJ rain was my savior. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  11. I’m 55. I never was a big hitter so there wasn’t much distance to lose. I’ve stayed pretty consistent with distance across my bag throughout the years. I obviously have no supporting data so this is really just a SWAG. I don’t “think” the number of young folks getting into Golf has changed all that much. While people you find in these type sites may have started as a youth most take a long break and return only when economics and time are more supportive. Don’t murder me, it’s just my observation. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. We have all probably received far more advice than we will ever need or want. Still there are those hidden gems that can be transformative. Recently I received one of those. It has to do with flattening your left wrist (for a righty) on the back swing. This is something I’ve always struggled with and has led to me coming over the top more than I care to mention. The advice was to imagine you are ringing out a towel with you right hand turning it clock wise as you get to the 9 or 10 o’clock position. This has really helped me to strike the ball better. What gem have you received that left a little twinkle in your eye? Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  13. Man that’s funny because I played all the courses you mentioned and my best round came at capital hill. Pulling in off the free way I was less than impressed but once out on the course it was pretty amazing. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. Handicap and Location: 2 HDCP in Columbia, SC Social Media: FB Expected Rounds in 8 week span: 32 Current OEMs: Mizuno MP5 irons, Ping G400 Driver and 3 fairway, Callaway MD 4 wedges, EVNROLL ERC Putter, Sun Mountain C130 bag, Cobra Dream Bag Irons - King Forged Tec 4-P, KBS Taper Lite Stiff Driver- Speedzone 10.5 degree Regular Flex Tensei Blue 65 Fairway Wood - Speedback 3/4 Regular King Black Wedge 52 and 56 degree versatile Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  15. Head west through Alabama to the Ross Bridge Course. You will not be disappointed. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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