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JCbogey

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About JCbogey

  • Birthday 10/02/1975

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    Golf as an addiction. Being outside in nature with my dogs to remind me of what's important.
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  1. Have you considered the Ben Hogan iron line, good write up from my golf spy, I play the equalizer wedges and the UIHI driving iron for 3 seasons and enjoy the quality and performance. When I'm in the market for a full iron set again the combo set from Hogan well be considered for sure. Similar business model to the others you mentioned, they also do a demo program that I recommend.
  2. While I like that drill in the video I think you could benefit quicker from adjusting your set up by having your trail shoulder (right if righty) lower than your front shoulder by about 6", tee the ball extra high when practicing. This will help with the angle of attack to the positive and ball contact center or high on the face which will lower spin to a more manageable number. After you get that moving in the right direction I think you can delve into more complex drills. Good luck.
  3. I posted earlier but added that pic just now, that's the top of "morgan Hill" it really is a unique course and worth playing. You really can't go wrong with any of the courses listed. I think Architects is the clear top dog in that area but others are still above average. For making the decision depends on what you're looking for, walking or riding? Difficult or traditional, flat(ish) or mountain golf. Let us know what you decide and hopefully the weather cooperates.
  4. Curious on your favorite packager and roughly the cost of that house on the trip, sounds awesome.
  5. Morgan hill isn't wide open, a few holes are but it's really a mountain course with some cool holes. Architects club is much more wide open and a better layout but you'll pay for it. If you walk, Architects is a good walk. Riverview is another top quality course and worthy of a trip. I'll add Green pond to the list of courses to check out, it's very walkable and has great greens. Be sure to check aerification, tis the season in PA. 1. Architects club, 2. Riverview. 3. Green pond 4. Morgan Hill all good and enjoyable layouts.
  6. Very cool idea, been a grinter for years, great collaboration... Good luck.
  7. Jason Kingsley, Pennsylvania Walk 30 plus rounds a year, I mostly carry these days, sold my bag boy 2 seasons ago. I would love to put this through the test of some good hilly terrain here.
  8. Jason/ Pennsylvania 4.5 Callaway Steelhead XR PRO 170
  9. Jason/ Pennsylvania 4.8 Pelz putting tutor on occasion when my start line doesn't match up with what I'm seeing.
  10. Legit, great feel and quality forging. Teri their $20 demo program before you buy to put your mind at ease. Sent from my SM-G950U using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  11. I found one and played decent with it but really looking forward to getting the new chrome soft x with the triple track alignment. The Erc ball was a little too firm feeling around the greens to be my gamer but the chrome soft fits. I liked the alignment for the tee box as well as it really helped my start line and swing path. Sent from my SM-G950U using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  12. Jason Pennsylvania Evenroll 9 Seemore FTG with P2 aware Scotty Futura I play all depending on whose cooperative that week. Also break out the Rife with the fatso from time to time. Biggest weakness and leak in my game. [emoji1696] Sent from my SM-G950U using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  13. Jason/Pennsylvania Big Bertha Fusion/9.5* set to 10.5*/ Rogue max 65 gram/ stiff 5.7 cap/ 102 to 106 swing speed I work at a 9 hole golf course that has trackman 4 set up with indoor range for data collection and practice. I have not used a Tour edge product previously but would enjoy testing.
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