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ElChapo305

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About ElChapo305

  • Birthday 02/10/1985

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    Miami, FL
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    28
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    the internt

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  1. I like this story. But I have to ask, is his nickname "Mask" because you said emasculation?? If so, that is brutal hahaha!
  2. 1. Someone who takes the time to analyze all aspects of your game and your swing, and then works with you in order to formulate a plan/schedule prioritizing the things likely to make the biggest difference or most improvement (and therefore hopefuly leading to more enjoyment of this wonderful game) 2. Someone wholly and 100% focused on you for the time of the lesson. Someone who sticks to and implements the plan/schedule devised in#1. Someone who gives "homework" and drills to be worked on at home or on the course. 3. More on-course, or game-situation training. Non-perfect lies. Feel training.
  3. What a fantastic write up. Looks like an absolute gem. I will definitely be taking a road trip to make it to this little muni. Thanks!
  4. In case anyone is looking for some deals, Outlandusa has Tilley Hats on sale here: https://www.outlandusa.com/m/tilley/shop?sort=best I picked up a Grey Tilley Paddler for myself. Also really like this nike dry-fit bucket :
  5. Hi Everyone, Recently joined MGS, and very happy to be here. I picked up this set of clubs haphazardly via scrounging around South Florida Craigslist and also some ebay purchases (except for my 52 and 56 degree wedges are from Dicks) Driver: Cobra F7 with stock regular shaft at 10.5 deg Fairway: Ping G 5-wood at 18 degrees Hybrids: Ping G 3H with Stiff Alta stiff shaft Irons: Ping K15 4H, 5H, 6 through PW with regular shafts Wedges: Cleveland RTX-3 52 and 56 deg cavity back wedges (were tough to find) and a 60 deg Vokey (unknown model year) Putter: Odyssey White Hot Pro 2 Once I play a few more rounds and feel a little more consistency in my swing, will be heading for a fitting soon! I Hope everyone is doing ok and keeping safe.
  6. Golf Science Lab with Cordie Walker: Best for players interested in the subject of improving their games via training, science, psychology and learning how to practice. The quality of the guests and teaching advice on this podcast is second to none. You can scroll through the library and I am sure you will find some episodes that appeal to you. His youtube channel is awesome as well. NoPutts given: Is equal parts entertaining and informative. I think in the last few episodes the team has been gelling better and the banter is enjoyable. Also they discus MGS testings and tests. GolfWRX: some good episodes but also many that are not of interest. Johnny Wunder needs to take some classes on interviewing. TXG Podcast: Ian Fraser....enough said. Brlliant youtube channel on fitting and equipment. I am more interested in playing, equipment and getting better, don't care as much what happening on the Tour.
  7. Thank you. All of the above posts have been very helpful in providing me guidance and also stopping the FOMO. I am somewhat obsessed with TXG YT channel, so I will make sure to be open minded and ask lots of questions during the initial GolfTec fittings.
  8. Yes the fittings will be free with GolfTec. Thanks this makes a lot of sense really. Also breaking up the iron fitting and the woods fitting into two fittings is a good idea. It will allow me to upgrade to a new set of irons which I am likely to strike more consistently than my driver and therefore get more value immediately. And will give me time to work on the driver swing while saving up for a driver/shaft combo.
  9. Thanks Very much. I am definitely planning to purchase after the fitting, and am likely going to purchase through the fitter (although being in South Florida some advantages that there are a few builders around here). My main goal is to get the most performance per dollar. This would likely be in irons at my stage of the game. If substantial difference I would be willing to pay for the aftermarket shafts and build. But like someone suggested, it probably makes sense for my budget and my skill level to purchase irons first and then driver.
  10. Thanks very much. Makes a lot of sense that the most performance per dollar will come from an Iron fitting seems to the consensus from other for my skill level.
  11. Hi All, I am currently taking lessons at Golf Tec and have "earned" two fittings through my time there. Additionally, (as a Bday gift) I received $200 towards a fitting at TrueSpec Golf which I will use at the Doral location. I have had my current irons (Ping K15's) for about 10 years and bought them on craigslist. My Cobra F7 and Ping G 5-wood and 3H I also bought on Ebay and have never been fit for clubs before. I assume TrueSpec has a larger selection of shaft options as well as Iron heads. Should I do my iron fitting with True Spec and my Driver at GolfTec? Should I do an Iron fit and driver fit at both and see if I get similar recommendations? Not really sure how to approach it. I would appreciate any insight or advice the MGS community has. P.s. I am a high-handicapper, but am actively working to get better. I know that new clubs will not stop my shanks but still I have been saving for over a year and I am ready to upgrade my irons in the near future and likely my driver as well.
  12. I love Nike Hats and nike golf shirts. Shorts-wise I find callaway are super comfortable, look good and durable. If you look hard you can find cheat Nike, Adidas, Callaway and Cobra shirts at Ross and Marshalls as well for less than $25. I also like J Lindbergh and Travis Mathews but can never find them on sale.
  13. Good to hear! I just ordered a Tilley hat and was wondering if many people use the, on the course.
  14. I am planning to get a fitting done within the next 6-8 months. My Irons are from model year 2010 so I think new iron technology will lend itself to some increased distance and hopefully increased forgiveness and consistency. In general though I view a fitting as another tool or modality in the quest for playing better golf. The same as taking lessons and practicing, I believe a good fitting is just another component a player has to get more performance out of their game. I hope to improve my handicap but definitely not expecting that from a fitting...but I am hoping for that from my lessons!
  15. That is one of the best looking mallet putters I have ever seen.
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