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  1. Here I uploaded to my thingiverse page https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5622340/files Hope it works for you.
  2. Man @xOldBenKenobiXyour so fast with getting these posted. Admire your dedication to the cause of winning contests My Referral link
  3. I'm really excited for the TS4s they look fantastic. I will likely buy a few to combo with my TS1s and go from there if i replace with full set. I have loved everything Maltby since I found them. If there is a slimmer topline and feel as good or better then TS1 im sure they will be a no brainer.
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    Thanks all Clearly I need to get on here more regularly. Got 54 in on the 16th so i was busy.
  5. I will gladly accept delivery of the Last place trophy... How many people will we have will have all 6 golfers get cut, or DQ'd?
  6. I have been putting a line on my ball the last few years and have no clear proof if it did or didn't help my putting. I do it on anything I put intention into. My own mindset it set it and forget it. I will be marking my ball to clean it, I will need to ready the green and pick my aim point, if I set the line and "confirm" it I then ignore the line all together and only focus on the speed. It helps take that out of my mind and focus on only one thing at a time. I am a quick golfer. I played 18 holes walking in 2 hours 15 minutes (taking my time) and marked 90% of my putts. It doesn't take long if you its a clear part of your routine. If I place my mark back up decide I'm off, Ill adjust check again and still am not happy I just spin the ball and hit it by feel. In all it should take no more then 10 seconds with practice. The biggest point to make is if you don't fully trust the line its only a distraction. It is all personal preference and whatever works it what's important. I have tried to encourage my dad to try and it breaks his train of through enough that he doesn't want (and bending down more then necessary is avoided). I have tried lining up my drives but have had issues since my eyes are not directly above the ball and skews my aiming up.
  7. The Agera looks really good in my opinion I love the 3D printing story. I need to test one of these out because although they look cool in the pictures the actual thing or playing with it could look a little different. Also we got to see how these perform in the Most Wanted Testing.
  8. Beginning this year my wife has wanted to get a little more exercise as she is fed up of being stuck indoors with the pandemic, especially being cautious being pregnant. She "persuaded" me to take a walk on the course. So she stated swinging from the Junior tees (150yrd or less) and has been enjoying it so far and plans to continue after she gives birth. As of right now she has been using my old clubs that are more game improvement but I know are not to the specs she needs. Is there any Shaft recommendations for driver (Ping G30 head she has enjoyed but the X-flex isn't ideal) I was curious if anyone had any recommendations of I likely wont buy her any clubs or reshaft anything until after she gives birth since nothing "fits" her now lol and very much is limited in her "core" movement.
  9. Yea I have always had a 56 in the bag and that is my go to club I put a 60 in the bag 2 years ago and maybe use it 1 a round or less. So I'm hoping I can shift Sand shots and others to the 54 and the higher launch shots to 58. I have never felt comfortable with anything more then half swing with my 60.
  10. Well I shared the article on Why/If you should carry a Specialty Wedge. he just doesn't get any spin around the green and every ball rolls 15+ ft past where I expect it to come to a stop. So I mentioned my experiences with Maltby and he proceeded to grab my wedge out of my bag and chip in the backyard for an hour. Well he proceeded to order the 50*TSW received it hit the range and ordered the 56*TSW (now in stock). Which talked me into testing my wedge gapping an ordered the 54 & 58* instead of the 50,56,60 gaps I currently have. The only concern I have is bounce options with the 54,58 from the looks I assume they are Forging the 52,56,60 and bending them 2 degrees strong to hit the other specs. Clubs should arrive the next few days and ill share some pics when they arrive.
  11. I'm still playing it and I have some beast drives but it tends to be on the spinny side for me. I'm in the process of getting fit for a new driver and although this does a decent job competing the spin is just too high.
  12. Finished my round today read this post and punched in the score. I'm excited. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  13. I would say mine gets replaced every 3-4 years. With all the in and out of the car and carrying/pushcart I tens to get the most issues with the stand, straps or zippers fall apart first. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  14. Got a good range session in yoday course was packed so just wanted to get some swings in. Had the wife with me and we had a fun teaching sessions she can now successfully hit most clubs in the air and they all go 30 yards. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  15. Thats an awesome setup would love you have a basement with that height I have my setup in a corner of the garage thats too small and to close to cars for a real ball. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  16. Congrats boy look forward to the reviews glad 2021 tester season is here. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  17. Alrigh this is beautiful. Wish I had something near me that had this capability i have seen a few places who have an outdoor putting green as well for a better experience but obvious much more maintenance. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  18. A bit delayed but first fitting went well. Knowing I was going to be back and they actually scheduled me after there business hours it was a quicker session. The main focus was on club head and shaft flex. I tested the Ping 425 Max, Cobra Radspeed XB, TaylorMade Sim2 Max, and Callaway LS Max. Testing these 4 and my current Ben Hogan GS53, the Callaway performed the worse only slightly beating out the Hogan. The biggest issue I have is too much spin all Drivers but Ping were 3100+rpm. The current leaders going into 2nd fitting will be Ping and Taylormade. The 425 Max is leading in Spin (2576), Smash (1.46), and overall Standard Deviation for several specs. The Sim 2 Max is leading in Ball Speed (152), Launch (13.9), Carry, (247) and Height (99ft). Note all numbers were taken on Skytrak, obviously this is not ideal and im not sure if any of you have any notes if Skytrak has any common misreads or often high/low with certain metrics? With that I have a 2nd fitting scheduled for 2 weeks out but happen to notice at a local sporting goods store (Sheels) is having Branded fitting days on there GC Quad. The Ping fitting is tomorrow and TM next week. I will be doing the Ping out on that launch monitor and see what my numbers are compared to Skytrak as well as getting more info on their suggested specs.
  19. I havent been on a LM lately so I'm not exactly sure on path or face angle, when I get my first fitting I will update. I agree face angle probably would probably be more beneficial but always struggle identifying how im actually delivering it especially what my path is off. I also love geeking out in all the numbers of my own swing. Which may also play into going 2 different days. I'm completly focused on 1) Performance 2) Cost 3) aesthetics and near the bottom of the list is pride. No one benefits from being in the woods or thinking ill hit into the group ahead if I clearly can't. My dad got a hole in one on a 145 yard par 3 hitting a 5 iron and any time someone makes any comment about his club choice he says "Are you saying I hit the wrong club?" Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  20. So I want to take a look at the draw biased drivers since I am trying to work on fixing that I have said that many times in the past. [emoji2955] If I find it works best I just want to make sure I can adjust away from the biased to more neutral. Also with a little research o don't believe the fitter has PXG in stock so we will see how the Cobra contends and what works best for me. I may do a second MGS fit one I have concrete numbers just to validate. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  21. Alright so as the 2020 season ended and 2021 seasons starts I am on the hunt to find the best driver for my game. I have had issues the last few years keeping it on the planet and have always suffered from a slice which has been robing me of distance and putting me in bad position for get GIRs. So now that the course finally opened up im ready to get started. I have also been doing superspeed to help gain a little more distance. My swing tendencies: 107-110mph swing speed Out to In swing path (working to get this more neutral) Open Face at impact Quick transion (Working to smooth this out with Sklz Gold Flex) So after reading and analyzing the MGS driver test which is always a joy. I did the TrueGolfFit fitting and was recommended with PXG 0811 X Gen 4 and Cobra Radspeed XB. My plan is to get a fitting this Weds at a local fitter then return a few weeks later to Refit/confirm my fitting and my swing. If I have the ability I will rent the spec from Utry between the fittings and will plan to purchase from the fitter once I feel comfortable with my specs. Anyone have any recommendations on Drivers or other areas to confirm my fit? Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  22. Well the first course in my area finally opened up today after delaying nd extra week and had to sneak out and get a few holes in. My wife decided it would be good to walk with me so it was a nice relaxing round. Played 2-3 balls bouncing all over the course as my wife leisurely walked down the fairway. Unfortunately no birdies to add to the BEH thread but had a few great drives and some nice approaches so I'm looking forward to some progress for this year. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  23. I will gladly add to your confirmation bias... I kid. In all fairness I have enjoyed my set of TS1s@azstu324 mentioned my post earlier. I was fit for jpx919 forged at the time and these were exactly what I needed great aesthetics, good distance and forgiveness. I have not tried much since I have been playing these but haven't had a real reason to. 2 years ago I had never heard of Maltby today only 3 of my clubs in my bag that aren't made by them. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  24. You take your time and take care of your family. None of this is any where near the importance of your family. You are doing the right thing. Also with my wife is 23 weeks pregnant and I can't imagine going through all of that. We will be praying for you and hope everything settles down. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  25. My goals are try to improve Driving accuracy and reduce putts On the plus side I will be running with Arccos this year so that should help me dial in exactly where i need to focus on. On the flip side a baby due in June will likely decrease my practice time. Goals 32 putts average 60% Fairways accuracy Break par for 18 holes.
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