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Lakeeriegolfer

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About Lakeeriegolfer

  • Birthday 09/06/1990

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    Lakewood, ohio
  • Interests
    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. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Thank you everyone! This has been a great addition to golf this summer, especially with everything that is going on.
  4. 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 before the NOGA even I played in last Monday because their website doesn't have much. Obviously its private and doesn't get much play from people who don't know the course, but still. Or charge me for the yardage book. I think it is under $5 for the yardage book at Scarlet and Gray in Columbus, but its so worthwhile. Sorry everyone, I hijacked the thread. Back to regularly scheduled programming.
  5. 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.
  6. Does anyone want to get out and play this Saturday (Aug. 22) morning? Don't have a destination yet, open to suggestions.
  7. 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!
  8. 1.) Alex, Cleveland, Ohio 2.) Vokey 52*, F Grind (2 years, ~40 rounds old) 3.) 52*
  9. 7.8. Cleveland, Ohio. Taylormade rac LT irons. 8-Iron distance is 155. I know that Jason over at Sub70 is trying to change the club purchasing game. I have gone through the measuring process on their website and considered a lot of their clubs recently. I love the look of the black irons and the simplicity of being able to customize it to fit you, both size and aesthetically. The combo sets seem like they would be really helpful. I have heard nothing but good things about Sub70 and their communication and willingness to do whatever necessary to get you the clubs that properly fit YOU.
  10. Alright, I received a reply from the form I submitted. 1.) Price. $200 minimum to start with a 2 week trial, then $250 a month to continue. 2.) You get one long meeting and then a 2 week practice plan with the trial. Then if you continue going it turns into ongoing emails and texts between you and the creators. 3.) 2 weeks, then it is monthly. Personally, this is too pricey for me. If I had known what it was going in I probably wouldn't have spent the 20 minutes or so filling out the form. $250 around what I spend monthly in greens fees, and that just feels like too much for non in person lessons. I am sure I could find a package at a course somewhere near me to get a lesson every other week during the summer with a pro in person for less than the $1,000 that this costs for 4 months. I'm sure this is going to be helpful to someone, maybe who doesn't have great lessons available, but not for me. Here are the breakdowns of the 2 price points.
  11. Reaching out to the forum to see if I can gather people's thoughts on this. I had never heard of golfblueprint.com until today and was going through the form they have you to fill out, and I thought of MGS and wondered if anyone had done it. I didn't see anything when I searched for it. I think this seems like some kind of lessons or instruction through the internet. I am not sure of the price or what it entails, but I am going to try it out and see where it leads. 1.) Price 2.) What you get. Videos, documents, drills, etc. 3.) How long it lasts? Is it ongoing or a defined length of time. 4.) Anything else I can think of. I submitted my form response as I also submit this, so I will report out on response times and any other info I can for my fellow Spies.
  12. I think that is a good date for me too. It will be great to get out to the CIC and see the kind of life @tony@CIC is living. Any dogleg corners available to cut on this course?
  13. Alex Williams. Cleveland, Ohio I have not used a watch or other GPS. I use a non-slope edition Bushnell V3 and sprinkler heads. I would love knowing distances to the front and back of the green though. Tough without a yardage book.
  14. I had always played the Golf Pride MCC in assorted colors. This year I had switched to the CP2 Pro and I really didn't like them after about 12 rounds. So I went to Golf Pride's website, since I didn't want to get swindled ( @txgolfjunkie), and picked up some of the new Team Color grips. All black MCCs for the wedges, Red/White for short/mid irons, and Blue/White for long irons. It feels good to be back into a firmer, cord grip. The CP2 Pro seemed too mushy and slick in my hands if it was warm at all outside.
  15. Alex Williams / Cleveland, Ohio Probably 30 minutes a week in the summer. Try to go to ranges with putting greens or short game areas. Winter is harder, I do have a putting mat for indoors. 2. Sometimes more though as I know that exceptionally long putts that end on a downslope tend to run away from me especially badly. Gotta stay below the hole. How consistent my stoke is or is not. Find out what I actually do, and then I can focus on what to improve. Having something like this for the winter instead of hitting into a net or putting on a mat would be advantageous as well.
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