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  1. Gary Haykin Los Angeles, CA 8 hcp Size: 9 As a senior golfer, I really enjoy walking with my new push cart while I play 18 holes of golf 2 to 3 times a week. I need a comfortable and supportive golf shoe, that offer stability, with a little style. I would love to test out your golf shoe, and offer some feedback. Thanks fof rthe opportunity.
  2. Gary /Los Angeles Current Wedge: Wilson PMB Appeal of Cleveland Wedge" The shape of Cleveland wedges makes hem easy to play. They are easy to align, and give you a sense that you are going to hi a good shot, before you hit it.
  3. Gary Haykin -- Los Angeles, CA United States Ping B-60 I would like to test the Piper C. I think the Mallet type head, plus the centeer shafted hosel, suit my eye the best. I have always used Ping putters, for their dependability and cosmetics. The Piper C would offer me both. Ping putters are surgically precise, and putting is the strongest suit of my game. I would not entrust that aspect, of my golf game, to any other brand than Ping. They incorporate all of the technology that make a putter great. I could not think of laying golf, without a Ping putter in my bag.
  4. First Name/City State/Country: Gary Haykin -- Los Angeles,CA -United States Current Putter in Use: Ping B-60 Check out all the models (see them here), and tell us which one interests you and why? I would like to try the Ping Center Shafted Putter. I feel that it would provide little or no torgue on the putter face, thus preventing any miss hits. I have always used a Ping putter because of their feel and design. I also prefer a mallet style putter. The combination of the center shaft, and the mallet type head, would provide both the cosmetics and technology, that I would prefe
  5. Gary Haykin Los Angeles, CA 8 hcp Senior Golfer Currently play Ping G25/graphite (Senior flex) I have never seen you choose a "senior" golfer to be a tester, when actually one of the larger golfing demographics, are older; who have the time and money to play multiple times a week. I carry a single digit handicap, and and more than qualified to be a tester. I would prefer to play with a graphite senior shaft. So give me an opportunity to become a tester, and offer some feedback to the older golf playing population.
  6. First name/City State Gary Haykin Current Wedge Played Ping Glide 2.0 56*/12* bounce Loft You would Choose 56* SW/12* bounce I am a senior golfer and play 3-4 times a week. I still carry a single digital hcp, and my SW is a crucial scoring club in my bag. I would switch clubs immediately if I encounter a better playing brand. I wil be glad to test your Clevelend wedge and ive you accurate and informed feedback.
  7. As a retired teaching professional, who used to play to aa scratch hcp. for over 35 years---now in my 70's, I have adjusted my shafts through the years to accommodate my changing swing speed. Adjusting flex, weight, torque, and kick point, I have managed to remain a single digit golfer. Now in my mid 70's, I have noticed a very limited choice of shafts that seniors can play and get the assistance from the shaft, that they deserve. I have a very good swing, but at my age I would like a little more engineered technology in my shaft selection. Most of you will not know this until you reac
  8. First Name/State: Gary Haykin--Los Angeles, CA Handicap: 10 Current Brand Wedges Played: Wilson Staff 56*/11* bounce Your favorite type of wedge shot: 60 yards and in
  9. Gary Los Angeles 12hcp Taylormade M2 10.5* (senior flex) Irons Cleveland CBX Wedges: Ping Glide 2.0 (50*/56*) I have never seen you give someone who plays a senior flex shaft, a chance to be a tester. If this driver adds yardage, it would make sense to let a senior golfer be a tester, and see if it can return the length, that they once had. Would like to test the Exotics driver 10.*, with a senior flex shaft.
  10. Well over hlf of the active playing golfers are seniors. Yet, I have never seen a senior golfer chosen as a tester. It is about time! 1. Gary Haykin -- Los Angeles 2. 12 hcp 3. Current driver: TM M2 (senior flex) 4. Choice: Ping G410 Plus (senior flex) Like I said, it is about time to choose a tester, from the largest demographic of golfers. Choose a senior golfer to test the new Ping G410Plus. We could use the added distance and forgiveness, in the club.
  11. 1. First name and city/state: Gary Haykin Los Angeles, CA 90064 2. Handicap 12hcp 3. Current Wedges Ping Glide 4. Your desired set/lofts 50*/56* (10* bounce)/60*
  12. Gary Haykin 10 hcp (play 3 times week) Current driver: TM M2 10.5* senior flex Demo: Ping 400/Taylormade/Mizuno I am a senior golfer, and I think it is time you offered a testing trial to an older golfer. It is usually the senior golfers that are looking for that "lost" distance off the tee. I would love to be a tester, and help other senior golfers select a better driver for their game.
  13. Gary Haykin Los Angeles, CA 8 hcp. Wilson Staff C300 senior flex i210 I would love to be a tester for these Ping irons, and represent single digit senior golfers.
  14. Gary Haykin Los Angeles, CA 8 hcp. Wilson Staff C300 senior flex i210 I would love to be a tester for these Ping irons, and represent single digit senior golfers.
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