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DarthGator007

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    Northern Virginia
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    golfing, movies, spending time with my family and dogs
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  1. I bought a ClicGear 4.0 earlier this year (just happened to find one on the floor at Dick's Sporting Goods, websites had been sold out for months) and don't regret it one bit. I play about 2x a month and take my cart every time I play now. I even used it for a shortish 9 hole executive course last weekend. Since others seem to be mentioning it, I'll say I'm 42 and some of my friends mocked me the first round out. Since then, they've all bought carts, took only about 2 rounds. I'm not tired on the back 9 and my back gives me ZERO issues. I'd suggest a cart to anyone, any age, any location. They
  2. So I felt compelled to post in here what I would deem a success story of the TRUEGolfFit system and a quick discussion on fittings, here we go....As a quick backstory, like most folks, I played more golf last year than I had in quite some time. Early in the summer, I decided to buy a new driver as mine was a # of years old, and let's be honest, who doesn't' like new shiny stuff? After consulting MyGolfSpy's Most Wanted and seeinghe PING G410 LST as the winner, I decided that maybe I should give it a try. At the same time, I also paid for a TRUEGolfFit fitting which fit me into the COBRA Xtreme
  3. I actually paid for the TopSpeedGolf membership and found it pretty beneficial. I think Clay has a lot of good teaching points and does a good job communicating what you should be feeling and how the swing works. That being said, what you're doing and what he's trying to get you to do are sometimes hard to matchup. i'd suggest his system because it has helped me, I've been hitting my irons and driver better this past year after signing up.
  4. I can't say that this is particular to PING or any other brand, but a few weeks ago, I was in my local golf shop (Golfdom, Tysons Corner, VA) and the PING rep was there and putting restocking the G425 fairway woods and drivers. I overheard him talking to one of the employees that the factory is having a hard time getting people to come back to work, post COVID. He didn't elaborate further, but in addition to ongoing shipping and material availability, it's no real shock that there are delays for many manufacturers.
  5. Hey all, I’m looking to go in for a driver fitting and have quite a few options around me in Northern Virginia. I have Golftec, Club Champion, Dick’s/Golf Galaxy, as well as a local place called Golfdom. There is also a 2nd Swing about 45 minutes away. My question is, is one place that much better than any other? Does anyone have a really great or bad experience I should consider before going in? As reference I’m about a 10 handicap and play 2x a month. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. As an update, I bought the ShotScope and have played one round with it and really like it so far. I do say one round because I put the watch in my bag after being on the charger for a few days and thought I turned it off. Apparently, I was wrong because when I got to the course I had like 30% battery and it died on me by the back 9. Hopefully this won’t happen again. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. I just bought the spiked Adidas that won last year, so I'm not in the market for new shoes (per say), but I do like these. I do find it odd that on New Balance's site, they don't have the Striker 2.0 option available.
  8. This is great info. I’m going to get fit for a new putter this season too and trying to decide where to go. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. So like most people I played more last year than I have in quite a few years. I’m really hoping to keep that going in 2021 and am looking to try and improve my game at the same time. I’m thinking a shot tracking device will help in this pursuit. That being said, which system do you think is best? Both seem to get good reviews here, but I’m looking for feedback for people that might be familiar with both. I’m leaning towards the ShotScope since it’s a touch cheaper and doesn’t have extra costs. Plus a quick check of a watch on the wrist seems a lot easier than keeping a phone in my pocket and c
  10. Barry/ Herndon, VA Never used a hitting net at home. I have a PR/GR that I purchased with my SuperSpeed golf system, but have been looking at the Rapsido version lately. Thanks!
  11. Barry Herndon, VA PING G410 LST 10.3 107 mph TSi3
  12. Barry, Herndon, VA. I putt around in my basement area. I actually bought a PuttOut mat after getting a PuttOut trainer for Christmas and I use it a few times a week. It's ok. The Medium 10-11 stimpmeter
  13. I've been thinking about getting a new set of irons and was really considering the JPX 919s since they really cleaned up all the MGS club tests from last year. Now I think I'll wait until this fall to pick up these beauties. Has a set of JPXs maybe 10 years ago and really liked them. Actually sold them to a buddy because he was looking to move from a starter set and it gave me a reason to buy some new clubs.
  14. Congrats on the baby girl! I've got in-laws up in Rochester and play up there when I get the chance. Quite a few really nice golf courses around there.
  15. So ready for a Major to be played. Rooting for Tiger as always, but don't think he will pull it out.
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