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Granata13

 
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  • Birthday 07/14/1973

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    Alpena, Mi
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  1. Eric / Alpena, Mi iphone11 or iPad Air indoors (can compare to my Skytrak) Yes I will be using a net
  2. Eric Alpena, MI Yes, I currently have a Net Return Pro Yes I have a SKyTrak launch monitor
  3. Eric alpena, mi ping G410 lst 10.5 +.5 index 105mph TS3 9.5
  4. Eric Alpena, Mi I use a WellPutt putting mat I have had my WellPutt putting mat for 2 years and while I like my putting mat I feel like I am just doing the same thing over and over. There isn't much variety to what I can do with it, I have even added a PuttOut trainer to it and still feel the same. I would like to test the Medium speed putting mat
  5. Eric Alpena, Mi. USA Ping Nome TR slight arc. yes it’s old Ketsch slight arc - it’s similar to what I have been using for the last 7 years but hopefully improved.
  6. Practice will definitely help, it sounds like you don't trust yourself to make a good swing at it. I would hit the club you think will get there with a good swing, if that starts coming up short, with a good swing, then go longer. Most of the time you are better missing short than long
  7. Eric Alpena, Mi Currently play Ping Glide 54* SS and 58* TS I would choose a 58* low bounce (1st choice) or 54* Mid bounce
  8. Have you tried the Apex Pro AW as your gap wedge. If you are only using the 50* wedge for 3/4 to full shots it might be better to match it to your irons.
  9. Eric Alpena, Mi would like to test the 440 swing speed 105mph
  10. The great thing about the Ping TS is the actual measured bounce is high and forward but the sole is thin making the effective bounce low. I am looking to see if there is anything similar to that. I am not a big fan of C grinds / vokey M grinds, I don’t think they are as versatile as the Ping TS grind
  11. hey guys Bag testing is wrapping up and have a few things to sell. Prices include shipping in US, and feel free to make offers Ping G410 hybrid 19* with Ping tour stiff shaft. I really like this club and the flat settings are great if you hook the ball but don't hit it high enough so the 5 wood stays for me. Its in excellent shape and only been used for a couple rounds. Crown is perfect and just 2 ball marks on the face, comes with head cover but no wrench. $185 OBO shipping included
  12. Hey guys I have been playing the Ping TS grind for a long time, since the Tour- S wedges before the glides. It’s worked very well for me even though I have moved and the courses I play now are softer I am still happy with the wedge. I just have an itch to try something else, not drastically different, maybe a little more bounce but similar in grind. As far as I know, and I could be wrong, the Ping TS is actually high forward bounce but the thin sole makes the effective bounce low. what else out there that is similar?
  13. First Name / State of Residence: Eric / Michigan Handicap +.6 Current Hybrid in Play: Callaway Apex 23* (The original Apex from 2016...I think) What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid: Control - I want a hybrid that has neutral ball flight and a hybrid that can be hit high and low
  14. My “old” putter I can’t get rid of, isn’t really that old, 7 years to be exact. I have tried to find something better but can’t. It’s a Ping Nome TR, from 2013, the black one that was the precursor to the Ketsch. I tried another putter earlier this year, A Scotty Cameron x5. I had practiced with it a bunch and felt comfortable with it. On the 8th hole I had a 4’ left to right sliding putt for par. I went through my routine get over the ball and look down and the only thought in my head was, “where is my Ping”. I won’t be trying another putter for a while, and of course I missed the
  15. @TimoTe I have done the 3/8” increments with a 1/2 swingweight point between each club. You essentially are doing a poor mans MOI matched set. It should offer even more forgiveness and consistency throughout your entire set. Generally you take your favorite iron spec it out (Swingweight, total weight, length, grip etc...) then you build off of that club. For you with a 5 iron, each iron would be 3/8” shorter and a half SW point heavier. Since you want to experiment with a club at different specs from your current irons, I would see if I could find one on eBay. Ideally the s
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