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Tpoole22

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About Tpoole22

  • Birthday 03/16/1993

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  • Location
    Louisville, KY
  • Interests
    Golf, bourbon and the great outdoors
  • Handicap:
    12
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  1. Didn't buy it, but I did just win this cool Caddyshack towel from Bag Boy Golf. Dont think i can bring myself to add it to the bag so it should make a good addition to the man cave.
  2. If you have instagram go visit the pages for Callaway and Taylormade. They are both doing giveaways for the pga championship this week. They each have staff bags with the San Francisco Giants logos on them and headcovers to go along with it.
  3. Let me know how this works out for you. I just picked up a new Bettinardi today and have been considering a stability shaft. Any idea where I can get one at a decent price?
  4. Thomas Louisville, KY Current handicap: 12 Currently playing Callaway Epic Pro
  5. Trying out a new bourbon tonight. Its been a long week... Anyone had this one before?
  6. These wedges look awesome! I can't wait to hear how they perform. Good luck to everyone
  7. I wasn't in any way trying to convince someone to change their swing to look like Matthew Wolff's. The reason for the post was just out of curiosity to see if anyone had tried his swing or something similar. What got me interested to test it out is how much power he is able to generate so much power despite not being the biggest guy around. Of course it would be tough to recreate this swing due to his unique timing and positions without a swing coach, but I was able to come up with a very similar swing and for me it puts me in a position that feels more like a baseball swing so it works.
  8. You could have saved the smart ass comment and not said anything at all. Obviously it's not going to be exactly like his swing and would take a lot of work to get down.
  9. Can't wait to see how well it performs compared to your current gamer. What are you using to track you distances on the course?
  10. Thanks for sharing! This is going to be such a great experience for whoever wins
  11. Hey spies! Curious to see if anyone out there has tried out this swing? I went out today after about a month off from a rib injury and after watching a bunch of different types of swings I figured that I would give it a shot. It took a me a few holes to start to get it down but once I did I noticed that it actually felt like a very flowing swing and I wasn't getting stuck in my backswing like I was used to. On the back nine when I started to get it down I noticed that I was averaging more than 10 yards farther on each club especially the driver which I normally average 250-270, but my drives were all going 270+ and I actually had one about 310 today. Overall i didn't shoot great today, I shot 92 but with some practice I think that it could make a huge difference in my game.
  12. I'm with you, I'm big on aesthetics and really like the milled face on all of these brands. Right now I'm leaning towards a scotty select squareback, but i guess my question really was has anyone actually putted better using any of these brands. Obviously they all look good and have great details, but as mgs podcast mentioned last week looks has nothing to do with performance.
  13. Hey guys, I'm in the market for a new putter and have been looking at various putter from these three brands. I'd like to test all of them out but there aren't any stores near me that have all three in stock. Has anyone noticed any performance differences from these three brands?
  14. Thomas Poole Louisville, KY I have never owned a GPS watch for golf, however I have used a nike GPS watch for running in the past Current method of determining yardage is the gps on the carts(depending on the course) or i usually play with a friend that has a range finder
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