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Golf Dawg

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About Golf Dawg

  • Birthday 03/14/1959

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Chicagoland
  • Interests
    Golf, woodworking and playing the ukulele!
  • Handicap:
    26
  • EBAY ID:
    Bassfishguy

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  1. I was transferred to it because of my recent GolfNow vip membership. It’s been a good deal, so far (no golf yet in IL), with the Revolution Golf access. Is it worth $200? I’ll see this year with usage.
  2. Definitely DIY. With decent tools from Golf Works, it’s a fairly easy process.
  3. Jeff Morton Fox River Grove, IL 26.4 Swing speed 85 Callaway GBB PX shaft G410 SFT
  4. My new wedges are from the same series, with the same shafts and grips for consistency. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I’m also 59 and was scheduled for a full bag at CC. I saw my instructor’s boss, Todd Sones at the Buffalo Grove Dome. He told me they have a Foresight GCQuad unit that measures the normal radar stuff, plus what the club face did at impact. I canceled my CC fitting and met my instructor, Mason Wall at the dome. 90 mins later, we figured out what I needed (new irons and different shafts for my GBB (2015) woods). I ended up with Mizuno JXP 919 Hot Metal Irons and wedges (2* upright) with PX LZ graphite and MCC +4 midsized grips. All standard upgrades from Mizuno, and worked perfectly. Between that and shafts from CPO, I’m at about $1,305. No puring, undercoating or sore arms from hitting a bunch of balls. You should have gotten the spec sheets from CC, so you will have options, price wise. It’s amazing how much BETTER I hit balls with the more upright iron heads. With arthritic hands, the graphite shafts and MCC +4 felt great, with no “bee stinging” in my left pinky and ring finger (from a shattered knuckle, eons ago). Hopefully, you’ll find a more cost efficient version of what you need.
  6. Both have sold. Please mark as sold or closed. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Nearly NEW Odyssey Works Big T #5 Putter Right Handed Has a 33.75" Big T Black Shaft and a NEW SuperStroke Flatso 3.0 CounterCore 50g. Includes Odyssey hockey cover $100 + shipping Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I have 2 up for sale. Your choice, $70/each + shipping or $130 for both + shipping. I have a 60* MD PM-Grind wedge with 10* bounce in brushed chrome. It has a 35" long KBS Tour-V Wedge shaft. It’s in outstanding shape with SuperStroke TX1 Midsize grips. I have a 64* MD PM-Grind wedge with 10* bounce in matte black. It has a 35.5" long KBS Tour C-Taper 120-S shaft. It’s in outstanding shape with SuperStroke TX1 Midsize grips. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I live northwest of Chicago and play a great variety of courses in this area. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I returns to golf a little over 17 months ago, after a 20 year absence. I play for fun these days, my competitive days are well in the rear view mirror. Golf is a fun exercise and social outlet. If I keep it in the short grass and in the hole in a reasonable number of shots, it’s all good! I look forward to participating in this forum. I appreciate and respect the reviews from MyGolfSpy, and have been told this is a great forum. Cheers! Jeff Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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