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PSULions11

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    Kameron Kelly

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  1. Anytime you want to play, shoot me a message!
  2. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? 21 yrs - mid 80's What do you love about golf? Being on a beautiful pad of grass enjoying the creation What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies? HONEST golf reviews and yes Where are you from? What is your home course? Indian Land, SC / I bounce around What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? Playability most of the year and H-E-A-T What do you do for a living? Sr. Financial Analyst How’d you pick your user name? Huge Penn State Fan - growing up, Lavar Arrington was my ideal player so I always used his number
  3. I recently got fitted at a demo day for new irons and driver, but due to time restrictions, wasn't able to hit any hybrids. I'm wondering, do most people play hybrids with a shaft that is the hybrid/wood model of their driver or do you all play a differing version of your irons? For reference, my driver has a project x even flow black 6.5 75g shaft (114-116 CHS), and my irons have a C-taper X stiff (92-94 CHS). Looking for what others have had the most success with or thoughts.
  4. @THEZIPR23 good on you for trying to get healthier and stronger. Obviously as you get stronger, continued work to keep you swing the same is a necessity. I've been weight training for the last 8 months, and have put on 10lbs of muscle and cut down about 3% body fat. I would encourage you to get a smart scale and measure your overall metrics like body fat %, muscle % and water % because being 180 is nice, but if your diet isn't protein heavy enough you could be limiting your strength gains and restricting muscle growth. By no means am I a bodybuilder, but I was once weight number obsessed, but now, I've realized, its more about how i feel, how i look, and the metrics behind it. It wasn't until i got a smart scale that I realized, I was 205 with 172lbs of muscle, so for me to desire to be 185, i would have to be at 5% bodyfat to not lose muscle. TLDR; try getting a smart scale if you don't already, and make sure your "target" is not meaning you have to cut a ton of muscle, or be on the unhealthy side of body fat. Again, good on you for making your health a priority.
  5. Nick - Charlotte, NC Handicap 12 Current Irons: Taylormade P790s Black Cat in xStiff
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