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Mmendoza

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  1. I recently switched from a hybrid to a driving iron. The reason I made the switch is the same reason that I began to use the hybrid. The high flight and workability of the hybrid was a tremendous strength at first. However, with the wind picking up now where I play I switched to the driving iron to keep it low and straight. Based on the merits however I would pick the hybrid all things being equal. It's easier to get the ball up, mishits aren't as punishing, there's a sense of confidence as well(even if theniron is better looking, and i don't have to worry so much about swing speed to get
  2. I currently have a Garmin S20 as my primary golf watch and a Fénix 3 when I forget the S20. My GPS units have been invaluable to me so far, especially for myself who just started. Getting yardage is quick and easy. With the S20 I can change pin positions and get more accurate yardage but if I don't want to do that I get Front-Middle-Back if the green which is sufficient most days. I haven't lost GPS signal yet and it doubles as a scorecard which I love. The Garmin app has its downsides but it tracks strokes and club used along with yardage hit which is a plus. The one downside I hav
  3. I got the email as well and I'm torn on the looks. I'm not sure yet whether I like them but i had the same opinion of the first M2 driver and it's been in my bag since I started playing a year ago. When picking new drivers the brand on the club has an effect and Titleist has the gravitas to elicit a ‘want it' reaction. But I have to remember that the way it makes me feel on the tee has a bigger impact than the brand or the look. If I feel confident I strike better, barring any mechanics issues. Long story short can't wait to try them out! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. From my experiences I think lessons first will go a long way towards understanding how we play on the course, with caveats. This was something I learned personally and my evidence is more anecdotal than scientific but I hope it helps. When I first started playing I took the advice of lessons lessons lessons seriously. So much so that I signed up for 6 lessons with a well known coach in the area. I drove about an hour every month to take a lesson, so that was 6 months straight of at least a lesson a month. If I could do it over again I would space them out more. The reason why I say t
  5. Tier 1: Dustin Johnson Tier 2: Bryson Dechambeau Tier 3: Francesco Molinari Tier 4: Kiradech Aphibarnrat Tier 5: Thomas Pieters Winning Score: -8
  6. Welcome to the forums Mmendoza :)

     

    We are glad to have you at MGS. Go start your first message!

     

    There are thousands of golfers waiting to get to know you.

     

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