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LakeArone

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  1. Yes, the flat setting will push the start line a touch to the right. Despite what’s been said, some people, like Tiger, hit a draw by opening the clubface slightly. If you want to go to a strong grip and bring a lot of bottom hand into play to counter that wipey fade, then yes, throw it in the flat setting...
  2. Blake from CT 8.5 19* Titleist H2 22* Ping g410
  3. Oh. I forgot. putter: Cleveland Huntington Beach 4. 33”. This change as soon as I get home. grips: z cord align midsize plus two wraps. ball: left dash prov1x
  4. So I had to ship only 14 clubs from CT to Fla to ride out the virus. I’ve played three rounds so far down here. Pics to come. Driver: G400 lst, 8.5* set to 7.9*. Ventus Black 6x 3w: M5, 15*, set one click towards “lower” loft setting from the “upright” setting. I always forget this shafts name. But its 70x. 3Hybrido: Titleist ‘18, 19*, set to “B1” which is .75* flat, 19* loft. Tensei Pro White 90x hybrid 4-p: 22* 4 iron with 4* increments. P760 with modus 120x shafts 50*&54*: sm7 60*: Glide 3.0 eye sole
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