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ChasingScratch

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    Fate, Texas
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  1. I didn’t have an air compressor so I just used a bike tire pump with the pool toy inflator. Works just fine. Regripping golf clubs with a bike pump Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. Also, for those interested, Go To Caddy has Yardage book templates and holders. I use them and they are phenomenal. https://www.gotocaddie.com Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. I do the same, especially if playing a new course or a course that gives me trouble on some holes. Really helps to play the hole from above and from green back to tee box. Plus I have found phone-based GPS apps to vary widely. I had a shot that my GPS said was 80 yards, so I hit what I thought was a perfect shot. It never touched the green (flew long). I had my buddy come over and ha phone showed 60 yards.... I stopped using phone GPS apps after that and got my range finder. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. I think that might be a common issue with any range finder. I have Pinned ‘The Pearl’ range finder. I typically shoot it three times and take the number that was given to me twice. Sometimes it will give you one that is a bit off from the two consistent ones. Perhaps that is just par for the course. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. Here is another option I was looking at: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Foss-Fairway-Green-6-ft-x-8-ft-Indoor-Outdoor-Area-Rug-7A25486PJ1L1/205617377]https://www.homedepot.com/p/Foss-Fairway-Green-6-ft-x-8-ft-Indoor-Outdoor-Area-Rug-7A25486PJ1L1/205617377 My only concern could be that it would be way faster than what I normally play on. Cannot beat the price though. $20.29 for a 6x8 My most cost effective option is to just glue this to a piece of plywood and have a shallow cup, maybe put a back stop at the back of the hole. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. That’s exactly what I was thinking with the 2x4’s and the plywood. Seems to be the only way to go. Mine would be a much smaller setup. With pros only making 69% or putts at 6ft, I might just focus mostly on a 7 or 8 foot setup.
  7. For what it’s worth, I use the Pinned ‘The Pearl’ rangefinder and am an ambassador for them (just putting all cards on the table). I have compared it with Bushnells that my buddies have and we are always within a yard or two on the longer distances. The guy I was playing with yesterday was having trouble reading the flag with his Bushnell and actually just started asking me what the Yardage was. Lol Does not do well in Fog, but they tell you that and acknowledge it. It also does not do slope or have GPS. The screen is very clear, as you can adjust the ocular display to your needs. So far it’s been a great little device for me, and the price is really excellent. If you want to get one ($175) and want free shipping, use my code: CHASINGSCRATCH Again, I am an ambassador, but I actually do use the product and have thoroughly enjoyed it. Not trying to mislead or be a sales guy. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. So my 5yr old son (and now 3.5yr old daughter) and I love to go to the course and practice. We can spend hours just putting. However, we would like something we can use indoors for rainy days (of which we’ve had many this year). I know three are countless products you can buy, but it seems like you are going to have to spend near $500-1,000 for something that is high quality. If heard good things about Birdieball and/or using Toyota Camry carpet, but I was wondering if anyone had built their own platform with a regulation sized cup with any success. My thoughts are 2x4’s and plywood, then glue the putting surface over top. If you ever built one, send me your pics and specs please. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. Tony, Fate, TX   112-115  Kirkland Signature 3-piece Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] This is excellent!! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. Tony/Texas 5/115 ProV1 (switching to Kirkland Signature 3-piece) No (Have you previously played the Z Star or XV)
  12. Absolutely! The pros hit their gamer ball on the range (if only we were so lucky lol). Thanks for your comments! I’m going to focus on club face impact with some foot spray going forward and not pay so much attention to the ball flight. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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