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About Lakeeriegolfer

  • Birthday 09/06/1990

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    Lakewood, ohio
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    Golf, working on my house, woodworking, outdoor activites (kayak, bike, hike, etc), softball, Cleveland Sports.
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    Jason Stiwald

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  1. I definitely agree about the rough. I also think the swivel pays off by not having to lift it up or drag it through the grass to turn. I'm not hitting it straight enough to not have to navigate around trees and bunkers.
  2. I absolutely LOVE walking. I keep such better tempo in my game if I walk. Appreciate the good shots more, and have time to work out hitting a bad shot before going again. I also think that riding actually slows the game down on muni/public courses. People start to get really complacent, and also you have to go to one ball, then another, etc etc. Walking lets everyone go do their own thing and then join back up. Uninhibited, my brother and stepdad and I can walk 18 in under 3.5 hours. I am wavering on moving into the push cart segment. However, I have used a push cart before and
  3. Thanks for the replies. I think I will probably be going the fitting route this spring with the original Rocketballz as my "current driver" instead of the M5. I probably used all my luck on buying clubs without hitting them with the rac LT irons I got back in 2006 and still play to this day.
  4. My situation is as follows. I have played an Rocketballz 9* driver for about 8 years now and really liked the feel of it. I thought it was time for an upgrade and (incorrectly) decided to buy a Taylormade M5 at a golf show last February. I played it all summer and really didn't feel like it gave me much of an advantage. Fast forward to last night and I decided to weigh the components, head and shaft, separately. Ended up finding out that the Rocketballz head is about 192 grams and the M5=196 grams. The stock shafts that came with each driver came in at Rocketballz=110 grams and M5=120 gr
  5. Alex, Cleveland, Ohio Zelos 6, Stiff 95mph Taylormade rac LT irons with Steel Shaft: T-Step Professional (110 grams, Parallel tip .370") STIFF
  6. I picked up this finish of the SM8, 52* before a golf trip in mid-September. So I have been playing these for about a month now. Previously had a 52* SM6, Chrome. First off, love the black finish. Even the way it is starting to wear off (or wear in, if you like that kinda thing) is good looking. There is the assumption that it is a raw finish even though it is black, based on the sticker on the shaft saying "This wedge WILL rust." As far as improvements that I have seen, I think the spin is pretty much the same. Contact seems much more consistent and forgiving, less clunky th
  7. Alex. Lakewood, Ohio Right Handed Clubs to Test: Primary, 18* UiHi (Stiff), / Secondary, 18* VKTR+ (Stiff) 5.6 19* Rocketballz Stiff Hybrid. (Irons go up to 3-iron)
  8. 1. Alex 2. Cleveland, Ohio 3. Stock Taylormade M5, set neutral everything. 4. 5.6 handicap index 5. 100-105 mph 6. TSi2
  9. Alex. Cleveland, Ohio I use a PuttOut Pressure Putt and a SKLZ putting mat with the 3 holes. I have a SKLZ putting mat with 3 holes and foam under the end. It is nice since it is not a rectangle so it makes it feel like a regular green. Medium Stimp (10-11) for Private courses. I do play events at country clubs throughout the summer and being able to keep that groove in the winter would be great.
  10. Alex / Lakewood, Ohio / United States Rife 2-Bar Hybrid (Plumber neck), with Super Stroke 3.0 Slim grip (Left hand low in use right now) I like the look of the Tyne 3. Similar construction to what I have now, but instead of the weight being centered in the head, it is place outside of center on the "tynes." Plus I prefer a putter with a line, so any of the mallets with a center line are attractive to me.
  11. Thank you everyone! This has been a great addition to golf this summer, especially with everything that is going on.
  12. Basic yardages on carries of water or bunkers off tees are a very small one time cost for golf courses. Having a solid layout on your website shouldn't be hard, but a lot of courses are really bad at it. If its your first time seeing a course it makes it much more difficult to navigate. I don't need a HD drone flyover and commentary. Just screenshot Google maps and walk the course with a rangefinder and throw it on the site. Its not going to ever need updating. @Tsmithjr9 I do the same thing, especially before something competitive or official. I did it for Portage Country Cub
  13. I'll make sure to call ahead to the owners of these two and make sure they take all their glassware inside before our tee time.
  14. Does anyone want to get out and play this Saturday (Aug. 22) morning? Don't have a destination yet, open to suggestions.
  15. I am in for Saturday, Sept. 12. I wouldn't be able to make it for the rain date of Sunday the 13th though. Thanks again for having us out!
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