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Shankdog

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    West Michigan
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    Golf, 3D printing
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  1. I’ve tried the 18birdies AI coach for the past few days. It seems to really hit the nail on the head and identify specific swing faults. The drills seems to be appropriate and helpful. Has anyone else tried this?
  2. I used to have a terrible cupped wrist. During a lesson, the instructor described the feeling I needed to have as twisting a screwdriver. It felt a lot like I had a bowed wrist, but in reality it really was flat, which was the result I was looking for.
  3. Pairs lessons would be interesting. My wife and I had back to back individual lessons in June. I could see that working out well.
  4. I’ve had both. I got more out of a half hour individual lesson than I did in 6 two hour group lessons. The only type of group lesson I would do now would be some type of specialty clinic/workshop format like aimpoint or something like that.
  5. I played the spruce course at Evergreen Resort just outside Cadillac for a scramble on Friday. I liked the course and would play there again. Good luck! Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  6. I use the 2 3/4 inch step tees. They get me a consistent height every time. One less variable as I’m trying to improve my game. https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p/pride-sports-2-75-step-golf-tees-50-pack-234steppts50tees/234steppts50tees
  7. I just bought the Cleveland smart sole 4 chipper and love it. I originally was looking for someth8ng a little closer to the Callaway in your picture. I agree there seems to be a stigma among a certain facet of the golf world. I think for the average schmoes out there like me, it’s a club that will help lower scores. More people should carry them.
  8. Maybe it’s only available on the iPhone. I just found it in the iOS App Store by searching “ping.” I’ve tried it with the cradle and it does give some good info. The downside is the weight it puts on your putter.
  9. I don’t know. Won’t the tempo aspect transfer to both swings?
  10. Just to expand a little on this topic, I’m looking at buying an orangewhip. Which is the better purchase, standard 47 inch, or midsize 43 inch?
  11. Shankdog

    Used Putters?

    I’ve both bought and sold on eBay. The big used club stores, like global golf, have eBay seller pages and you can often find clubs cheaper there than on the store site itself. I’ve done that to get good deals yet still have confidence that the seller will back up the purchase. As with anything used, buyer beware. If it’s too good to be true, don’t do it.
  12. Whenever I watch golf on tv, there’s always some idiot that yells, “get in the hole” no matter where on the course the player is hitting from. I won’t miss that.
  13. I’ve had both, but I prefer iPhone now because it works well with my iPad. Years ago I had the same debate with my teenage son. He got a windows phone. He showed me!
  14. I’ve been playing the Bridgestone e6 softs for the last two years. They were discontinued, but I can still find a dozen here and there. I’ve tried numerous balls for the eventual day that my supply runs dry. I’ve settled on the Srixon q-star tour as my replacement ball.
  15. When visibly dirty I take a shot of water out of the bottle I carry and wipe them off with a towel.
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