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Bfriedman121

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  1. Agreed. I have been eyeing a deal on the Grant Park. Del Mar's are beautiful clubs, but I would like to test out a more inexpensive option prior to making the investment. Unfortunately, none of these clubs are available in my local golf stores to try before I buy. Would love any other recs people have!
  2. I appreciate the help in advance. I was recently fit for a putter style and am looking for a full toe hang putter with offset(ideally full shaft or something close to it). I would like a bit more forgiveness and have had an eye towards the #9 models or something similar. Of course I am aware of the Odyssey line of putters but am looking for other suggestions as well. I am struggling to find #9 style heads from different manufactures that were made for lefties. I am also open to other head shapes that fit the above specs! Ideally, I am looking to buy something used and inexpens
  3. How long, realistically, does it take to roll through the materials? (while still absorbing them of course)
  4. I love to hear that. I agree regarding the Tee Shot cones. Having watched his free content, I have used his tee shot strategy and "decision-tree" with great success in my own game. Being unfamiliar with this, does he go as in depth on approach shot strategy and aim point with irons as he does off the tee? Is it segmented by distance from the hole? Just very curious as I am very familiar with his tee shot strategy but have not heard much about how he views the approach shots.
  5. I am very curious about this, and might have missed it. Are the white lines based on a certain degree of slope? If it does, this seems like an interesting product that could be used alongside the aimpoint method.
  6. Thank you for doing this and I look forward to hearing about your Journey! I am familiar with Scott's philosophy and am considering attending one of his seminars or purchasing the app. Thus far, do you believe this app will be helpful to the average golfer? I ask because I am curious if his aim recommendations are based on a pro/scratch players dispersion or does he have a different strategy for players of certain handicaps? My guess is that a 10 handicap players shot dispersion will be greater than that of a scratch/+ handicap player and may affect aimpoint.
  7. I think the advice here is fantastic. I could not agree more with @DaveP043 's fundamentals. (start line, distance control, and read) For me, I do most of my start line work at home. There are many ways to practice it, but typically i will putt down a ruler and/or set up putting gates(using anything from tees, sleeves of balls, or even the pelz putting tudor). This has greatly improved my putting ability and is easy to do for 15-20 minutes a day at home. The other investment I would make is in a digital level. I am an aimpoint follower as well, but at a minimum it will help y
  8. Are you putting well with your current flatstick?? My first bit of advice would be "if it aint broke, dont fix it". But, if that is not the case, I would suggest getting a putter that fits your "natural stroke arc". I believe you indicated your putting stroke was "slightly strong arc". What is the toe hang on the Rossie? My guess is that it is closer to face balanced than your natural stroke may indicate. If that is the case, I believe the Ping Heppler or Tyne 4 could be the best option based on the toe hang and stroke type. Also, there are a ton of used putters that would fit this
  9. Ben Friedman Houston, TX I practice putting once a day for around 30 minutes using blast motion inside of my home. I practice at the course once a week at most for around an hour. I average 1 three putt a round. Speed control is an issue for me on long putts. I am most excited about Exputt’s ability to simulate putts of different speeds, lengths, and breaks from home. This could be a game changer for my putting practice. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Agreed its about 1 inch plywood and a square rod. Just trying to figure out the best method to fasten it to the board. Also wanted to see if anyone had any prior experience with this type of aid. I appreciate Plaid's suggestion on another aid. The purpose of this one is more to feel the pressure shift and so I would like that "see saw" type of feeling this type of aid provides.
  11. Has anyone successfully built this? I have attached some images that may be helpful. It looks like a pretty simple build but I would love advice on the correct parts I should obtain. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Is the o works still available? What is the length on it? Looking at an armlock putter build and wondering if that may be the putter for it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. GGs new website has been very helpful to me. Not a “method” teacher. Instead, he focuses on matchups and explains why some moves are more optimal than others in his opinion. IMO his social media stuff mischaracterizes his true teaching style. He definitely does not take a cookie cutter approach to coaching. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Bfriedman121

    Your ball?

    Ksigs. Can’t beat the cost and play consistently well in terms of spin for my game. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I think I would have to try an iron before dropping even a few hundred bucks on it. As an aside, how do you like the DST 8 iron? Also I wonder if a US club fitter or maker could add the lines to your clubs for less than the current UK offerings? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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