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Golf Dawg

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About Golf Dawg

  • Birthday 03/14/1959

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    Male
  • Location
    Chicagoland
  • Interests
    Golf, woodworking and playing the ukulele!
  • Handicap:
    20.4

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  1. I’ve used ShotScope and Arccos. They both are great and provide useful info. I like ShotScope’s ability to distance hazards and their pin set function. Arccos added the pin set recently and works on my Apple Watch, so I can track my heart and shots. One bad thing for me with Arccos is that I can’t use my hearing aid while using them. I need to wear my Apple Watch, so wearing two watches was funky. These gizmos give a wealth of information and are worth it. The tags that don’t need batteries are nice (you could replace the batteries in Arccos V1). They aren’t fool proof and ha
  2. My wife and I met our instructor at an indoor simulator in March. She liked it and was fitted for new irons during the session. I had a lesson afterward to dial in driver settings and was hook and slice city. The screen was fine, and the facility was top notch, but the strip on the floor that changed from tee to rough to “sandesque” messed with my mind. I was looking forward to going and will definitely go again, but the first try was awkward.
  3. With an arthritic body and slower swing speed, I favor the softer models. The Wilson Duo Soft is my price favorite, but I also like Snell Get Sum and Callaway Magna.
  4. With two prosthetic hips and a bad back, I love my Cliqgear 3.0! Storage, accessories and the availability of repair parts is a super bonus. With adapters, I can use anything from a stand bag to a cart bag. I’m considering an aftermarket motor unit to make it even better!
  5. I’d like to have the aftermarket system to put on our Cliqgear 3.0. My wife and I like to walk, but I usually end up schlepping both carts by mid round, especially on hilly courses. I like the remote feature on the swanky Club Car units. I’ve seen some with remote buttons, which would work.
  6. I was not gaming a 3W until I got an Adams Super S fairway wood. I hit it pure in the short and higher grass. The way it’s built really launches the ball.
  7. I have a cobra bio cell 2-3 H, set at 16*. I have better contact and distance/aim with it than my 3W. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. ALL the BEST to Golfspy_CG2 and his family! Get well soon! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. Happy Birthday Tony! [emoji322][emoji512][emoji482] Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  10. I’d watch out for USPS. I’ve shipped clubs with them lately and have had 2+ week delays. I use UPS now for clubs and woodwork commissions. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  11. Congratulations!! Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  12. We have indoor domes nearby, that my instructor has lessons during the winter. I try to get there at least one hour every weekend. I turned a spare bedroom into a putting center with a 10’ WellPutt mat, a four hole Birdie Ball mat and a PuttOUT. I use the PING putter app for stats, and would love to get an ExPutt unit. I average 1.85 putts/hole this yr (35 rounds), so the effort keeps me from cabin fever in the winter and shaving strokes in the summer! That room also has resistance training bands for strength and mobility - that I need to use more... Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  13. These days,I carry four wedges (PW, GW, SW, LW) but go to the ‘ole faithful 7i around the green. I played HS golf when you only had a PW and maybe a SW if you were lucky. The bump and run was the shot of choice, and we weren’t concerned with bounce. After a clinic last year, I’ve tried a 3H around the green. After all, golf is an art as well as a science for Bryson. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  14. I’ve always preferred sport shoes with changeable spikes. It seems they always wear out faster than the uppers. That said, I have two pairs of spike less shoes. I wear them at the indoor range domes in the winter. I tried them on the course twice this years. It was a pair with great ventilation and an a decent sole pattern. They worked well. I’m interested in the SQAIRZ shoes. I prefer a wide width, and the added stability and potential distance is a curiosity. I tend to stay in the “marked down to $70-$100” shoes, but might take the plunge... I hope I’m chosen as a MGS tester Sent from
  15. These sound like outstanding shoes. I would love to test them, and am sure they will benefit my game! Thanks! First Name/City State Jeff Fox River Grove, IL Shoe Size 9.5 W Current Shoe Worn FootJoy BOA What's The Most Important Thing in Your Shoe Selection Stability.
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