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Jhigdon13

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  1. Jonathan Kentucky Nike Method Converge M1-08 Weakness Driver: Callaway Epic Sub Zero (Fujikara 62g Stiff Shaft) Irons: Mizuno MP63 (stock length & lie) Wedges: Mizuno Blue T7 (60,56,52 degree) Location: Lexington, KY Handicap: 7 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I’m sure you will, but hope to see your feedback on this! I’ve been looking at these for a long time and have read many reviews, but I tend to trust MGS feedback more than most. Looking forward to hearing your take on it. Enjoy! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. As someone who changes my grips every season, I’d love to have this! I’m usually in the floor of my living room with a makeshift setup haha Great review! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Welcome! I think everyone has hit the nail on the head in saying “good” is different for everyone. I would just say that golf, in my opinion, is arguably one of the hardest sports in the world to pick up and get good at. Set yourself small goals so you can have small victories as you continue to learn. I’ve played golf since I was 5 years old, but it wasn’t until I i started working at a course and could play 3-4 times a week that my game took off. With that being said, I know people who never practice and are better than me so it’s different for everyone. Golf is all muscle memory, and luckily for you, you’ve got a coach alongside you to build that muscle memory! Good luck on the golf improvement journey! Enjoy the process. My biggest tip to save yourself strokes no matter what handicap, become a great chipper and putter. Strokes around the green are an EASY way to gain 4,5,6 strokes or lose those strokes. I play with a family friend who shoots mid to high 80s. He’s not a great driver of the ball or iron player, but he’s very good around and on the greens! And you can practice putting in your own home with makes it very achievable! Good luck! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. All this feedback makes me want one even more haha! Appreciate it. The technology seems awesome and I’ve read some of the other forums on here about them as well. No doubt an Evnroll will be my next putter. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Definitely an argument to be made there. I think the fact that he did play is telling about how good he feels though. With the masters a couple weeks away I don’t think he’d have played if he didn’t feel 100% and like he could rattle off 7 rounds in 5 days. But, there’s definitely an argument to be made that he shouldn’t play in it. Especially since it doesn’t really give you much practice for the masters. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Me too. Not looking good in this par 5 bunker shot though Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I could watch these two battle it out all day! Tiger reaches another level of focus when he’s in moments like these and Rory, even when he’s not playing great, always finds a way to hang around and give himself a shot. Need this as the final group at The Masters! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Saw the word Kentucky and got excited! Haha congrats testers. Excited to read the feedback! Driver: Callaway Epic Sub Zero (Fujikara 62g Stiff Shaft) Irons: Mizuno MP63 (stock length & lie) Wedges: Mizuno Blue T7 (60,56,52 degree) Location: Lexington, KY Handicap: 7 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I’ve always said, find yourself someone who loves you as much as Hank Haney loves Hank Haney! Haha Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Ah ok. I thought you were wanting to know whether or not to use this technique. Haha but yeah that mowing technique makes sense to me and is probably true. I worked at courses for 5+ years and sadly never noticed that! I know pros always take into account whether a putt is down grain or not so I can see this being a thing on chips shots. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. It’s been mentioned in here a few times already, but I use Kirkland balls and they’re very comparable. I prefer a ball that allows me to spin it around the greens and the Kirkland does that. Also, I always had issues with ProVs getting cut up from my clubs during rounds. The Kirkland balls don’t seem to have that problem! Driver: Callaway Epic Sub Zero (Fujikara 62g Stiff Shaft) Irons: Mizuno MP63 (stock length & lie) Wedges: Mizuno Blue T7 (60,56,52 degree) Location: Lexington, KY Handicap: 7
  13. Hey Kenny. I am not sure whether this mowing technique is legit or not, although I would tend to believe that every course does it their own unique way. But aside from that, in my personal opinion, I don’t love the tip of always landing it 5 feet onto the green. For a scratch golfer (not me) or for someone who can practice regularly, this may prove successful. But to me, this technique would require a lot of confusion over exactly which club to hit to allow you to hit a chip shot 5 feet on that will roll out just far enough, because depending on lie, distance, slope, etc this could be a large number of clubs if your main focus is finding the club that allows you to land it 5 feet on if that makes sense? There are certainly times that this shot is the best play, but often times it may be best to get the ball on the air more and play a soft landing near the hole. Im not sure what your skill level is, but personally, I would suggest spending some time around the greens practicing a number of shots. From high lofted, to bump and run, to a chip that checks up, etc. This would allow you to have more tools in your arsenal and never get in a situation where landing it 5 feet present an impossible shot or one that could flirt with water, hazard etc. Chipping is mostly about feel and confidence. Knowing how to hit a variety of shots around the green and land them in a variety of locations in relation to the hole or edge of the green will be certain to lower your score. I took a summer to learn a number of ways to approach shots around the greens and it has paid off immensely! I hope this helps answer your question and isn’t too confusing! Haha good luck this season! Driver: Callaway Epic Sub Zero (Fujikara 62g Stiff Shaft) Irons: Mizuno MP63 (stock length & lie) Wedges: Mizuno Blue T7 (60,56,52 degree) Location: Lexington, KY Handicap: 7 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Perfect! New to the site. Thanks for the links and info! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Has anyone used an Evnroll putter? If so what did you think about it? I have done a fair amount of research on their groove technology and have been very impressed, but it’s obviously not a brand you hear about every day in the golf world. They seem legit but I’d love some feedback from people who have used them or owns one. Thanks in advance!
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