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  • Birthday October 18

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    Millington, NJ
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  1. I think TaylorMade and Srixon are worth a swing also. I've also been looking at Mizuno and Titleist. I'm planning a fitting next month, so please update once yours is done! Would like to hear about your experience and decision.
  2. I use the laser for that all the time. I think the handheld gps works a bit better because you get an overhead view and can pinpoint the spot you want to hit to. Only problem sometimes is that the shape of the fairway or lack of sight points on the gps makes it tough to pick the perfect spot. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. Anyone out there shorten the driver length to gain more control and tighter dispersion? (or maybe even gained a few yards?) Just seems like when I set up my grip about an inch down the shaft I can give it a free swing rip and results are more consistent. My driver length is std at 45.5. Longest driver I ever owned.
  4. Doesn't suit my eye. Would probably play it for one season and get a new one next year that I liked to look at.
  5. Thanks, I'll check the terms on the tix when I get them.
  6. Attended last years PGA at Bethpage for $100/ticket for a grounds pass. This year I laid down $150 for the US Open at Winged Foot. Shouldn't there be a ticket type that's more family friendly? How does the average Joe bring his family of 4 for a walk in the park? Something amiss here!
  7. One ball in the golf bag, hundreds of brands/models in my shag bag!
  8. I just picked up the TS3 after trying them all for the last 3 months. I ended up picking the TS3 because of the way it set up at address. Results w all top brands were almost the same. Shaft selection is probably more important than head selection.
  9. Try Golf Galaxy and talk to the fitters until you find someone you trust. Don't just settle for whoever approaches you. Can probably get a good fit for $0.00.
  10. Turf/sand conditions is the #1 factor in picking wedges. I think they all top names perform pretty much the same, but choice of bounce needs to match conditions. Hit 'em all!!
  11. I use it for every shot. Just part of the routine now.
  12. Putter decisions are very personal. Try as many as you can over a few week period and gradually narrow down your choices. Pick the one that feels the best with your stroke and helps you avoid pull/push. Whatever always starts on the intended line will be the right choice. You don't have to spend a lot of money on a putter. Mine was just over $100 and I'm really happy with it!
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