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MHernandez1914

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About MHernandez1914

  • Birthday 09/19/1992

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    Male
  • Location
    Southern California
  • Interests
    Golf, Soccer, Sports car racing, guitar
  • Handicap:
    12
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  1. Hi all, So 2 months ago i decided i need to try and up my swing speed. I’m not exactly sure what my club head speed was at the time but i was averaging around 145 mph ball speed (so around a 102ish club head speed if my SF was 1.45). I had been looking at some training aides (super speed golf, golf stick pro, tour tempo, etc.) but didn’t really have to $$ to spend. However, i figured, if i do the exercises and movements that they promote, i would surely get some benefit out of it. So i started a training routing, 3-4 times a week, using only my driver. The training goes as follows:
  2. I start by easy chipping and pitch with my L wedge, not really focusing on hitting targets or distances, but just loosening up the body. Then do the same with the driver, easy swings, tho i am more focused on ball flight and direction I dont get hung up to much. After Ive warmed up i start hitting seriously. I’ll alternate doing ladder drills with a wedge (chip a ball 5 yards, let it roll out, then try to land the next ball where the the previous ball finished, repeating this until i hit a full swing with a wedge). Then pull out the driver, i pick a left and right boundary (imagining a fairway
  3. I just want to show some love for the D-Type drivers. I recently purchased an M6 D-Type after testing various drivers and it has quickly become my favorite club in the bag. I came from an M2 driver which was a really good driver, however, my miss is on the heal with an open face to path which led me to having a lot of push fades every round as well as cutting 30-50 yards off my driving distance. I tested several drivers and settle on the M6 because the heavy weight in the heel really made a difference to reigning in my push-fade. Now if i make that miss hit the shot is simply a push due to clu
  4. Hey all, just sharing WIMB Taylormade Cart Bag Taylormade M6 D-Type 9` Head set to 7` - 155mph Ball Speed, 260 yard carry (favorite club in the bag ) 3 Wood - currently vacant (had a XR16 previously, sold it for credit toward my M6, not missing it honestly) Callaway Apex UT 3-4 Irons - 3 iron 130 mph Ball Speed, 225 yard carry (off a tee) (I perfer utility irons over hybrids, my mishits dont spin out of control out of the golf course) Mizuno MP-5 5-PW Irons - 7 iron 115 mph Ball Speed, 160 yard carry (no harder to hit that any “players irons” in my opinion, jus
  5. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? On and off for about 4 years now, though in the past 6 months I've been fortunate enough to be able to play and practice every day. I'm hovering around the low 80s right now. What do you love about golf? The amount of difficulty and level of skill needed to play the game. There is no other feeling as rewarding as when you swing syncs up and you play a great round. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies?
  6. Michael Hernandez/Santa Ana, CA. Currently use a TecTec range finder, but also use stakes, phone gps apps, and the good ol eye balls I am currently using the TectTecTec VPro500 .
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