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Mick Close

 
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About Mick Close

  • Birthday 11/26/1964

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    @Michaelclse
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    mj.close.71

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Somerset, Tasmania.
  • Interests
    Family and golf.
  • Referred By:
    YouTube- Mark Crossfield

Player Profile

  • Age
    50-59
  • Swing Speed
    91-100 mph
  • Handicap
    16
  • Frequency of Play/Practice
    Multiple times per week
  • Player Type
    Competitive
  • Biggest Strength
    Approach
  • Biggest Weakness
    Driver/Off the Tee
  • Fitted for Clubs
    Yes

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  1. Going on my past efforts I would stand a better chance if the prize was for selecting players who unexpectedly collapse after being in contention, not gonna let that stop me having another go though. Thanks for putting these great competitions on and a shout out to Titleist for the great prize.
  2. Max Homa winning at Wells Fargo tournament would be a good "Stocks Up" , has a great public personality and comes across as the type of bloke you would love to have along at a BBQ. Nice person, nice wife, got a dog and a baby on the way, what more could you want? 

  3. Are you thinking he should go full Cam Smith or are you looking down a different style? Being an Aussie I think emulating Cam is not a bad way to go.
  4. Really good new feature, love Ricky checking strokes just like the rest of us.
  5. Don't know when they are available here in Tasmania but I would definitely like to get a box of the "stripes" and give them a try.
  6. Think that these are great suggestions to make shotscope even more useful. Have you sent these suggestions to them directly? I have found that they are fantastic responding to queries, remapping etc. At the moment they are sending me a new buckle for my band as mine broke during a round and I enquired as I didn't want to buy a new band if I didn't have to. No charge and really fast response, cannot rate their service highly enough.
  7. I really enjoy the almost daily emails from them, usually a couple of interesting articles and seeing what the Pros play is interesting if not relevant. Hope that they don't change too much.
  8. Gorgeous late summer weather here in Tasmania, heading out in the morning for a first day of Autumn game before I head back to work on Wednesday. Need a decent round to keep the handicap at 17, which gives me a 15 at my club so wish me luck.
  9. Got to say I was surprised to see the Ping G425 Max come out on top with all of the new releases. I know that it doesn't mean that it is best for everyone but I do think that it once again shows that Ping does not put out new products unless they think they have improved on the last one. In my opinion a 1 year cycle for new products is all well and good but if you are not putting out a better performing club it does not help your credibility.
  10. Really good info. Makes me think I should comment and post more often instead of just reading. How did we get access to the testing template?
  11. Even if the head has hit a lot of shots I would think this is concerning. If I take my 2 rounds a week minimum and at least 12 driver shots per round that is around 1200 shots per year and I would be very annoyed if a $1000 (Australian) driver looked anywhere that bad after only a year. Will be interested to see what these look like on the used market in 12 months.
  12. Very nice job, not really up with the Euro Cup, but I am guessing from memory that you are supporting the Netherlands. Best of luck. Regards Mick.
  13. Welcome from a fellow electrician down here in Tasmania, just starting to get a little wet on the course here. As my birthday is on the 26th I am pleased that it is a special number for you. At 56 I am trying to maintain a 17 handicap, some days it seems easy and others not. Would like to see photos of your upgrades if you want to post them.
  14. Yep, happy birthday. Hopefully a year full of birdies and no lost balls.
  15. Mick Close Somerset, Tasmania, Australia Odyssey White Steel 2 Ball Would love to try the Impact 3
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