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NCDuffer

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About NCDuffer

  • Birthday May 28

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    NC
  • Interests
    Golf, Backpacking, Kayaking, Fishing
  • Handicap:
    12
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  1. I’m no fitter, but here’s my experience. I was recently fitted for Maltby TS-1 irons and lie set 2 degrees flat. With my old clubs I pulled left and those clubs (fitted) were 2 degrees upright. I’ve tried to make swing improvements as well. With the new clubs and a decent swing there is no pull, dead straight or rarely a slight touch of fade. If I do pull, the pull is nowhere near as large even if I think I’ve pulled. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. Mid Pines, Pine Needles and Dormie are great. Just for the experience, I’d try to get on Tobacco Road though as it’s so unique.
  3. I’m envious, you’ll have a great time. Courses - 2, 4, 3 is short and fun, 7, 8, Tobacco Road in Sanford (not far and worth it), Cradle for fun. The Deuce restaurant at Pinehurst...that way you have more time for golf!
  4. Get fit. Even if you’re just wanting to get out for a golf stroll, you’ll enjoy it more with clubs that fit. I was never fitted until my recent set. All I can say for certain is that I should have done it sooner.
  5. Looking forward to it. Keeping priorities right is always great.
  6. I’ve read a lot of posts on these two and eventually went with Golf Pad and their tags to dip my toes into this. I like it, it works, but I do wonder about the convenience of Shotscope. Folks talk about missed shots, editing, missed putts, etc. If you don’t mind a watch when playing Shotscope is nice. If you’re into all of the analytics, supposedly ARRCOS is more robust, but Shotscope is supposed to be getting better. ARRCOS sensors have batteries and that’s something that worried me.
  7. I recently was fitted for new irons. Was thinking the same as you. My handicap is a 12. All I can tell you is hit one, use their demo program. I suspect you’ll be surprised in a good way. I’m in irons I never thought I would swing and the numbers don’t lie, should have been hitting them sooner.
  8. I emailed them for help with iron shafts, used their online form, as I was getting TS-1s. Still haven’t heard a word, but now have a fine set of clubs that I look forward to swinging as often as I can.
  9. Use Golf Pad as well. It’s well thought out, accurate, and simply works.
  10. I have a bushnell neo ion2 and it’s great. Simple, fast, front, back and middle with 4 hazards per hole. Can measure shot distance if desired. Can get two full rounds out of the watch if the watch is fully charged. The bushnell phone app you get with the watch works well if you need to see the entire hole and want to check various distances while waiting at the tee. I have a Nikon stabilizer range finder and the distances are always close to the same. However, I rarely use the rangefinder now as I trust the watch. I had a Garmin G7 prior to the Nikon and Watch. It was nice to see the en
  11. Thanks for the article. It’s good to know what the companies think.
  12. First Name / State or Country of residence Todd/North Carolina Handicap 12 Current irons in Play Ping Gmax The carry distance of your 7 iron 140
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