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About Guymconners

  • Birthday 02/06/1957

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  • Location
    Wake Forest, NC
  • Interests
    Family, Golf, Fitness, Photography
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  • Age
    60 and over
  • Swing Speed
    101-110 mph
  • Handicap
  • Frequency of Play/Practice
    Multiple times per week
  • Player Type
    Weekend Golfer
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  1. Guymconners

    LEFT DOT!!

    I play Left Dash ProV1x and was intrigued by the stated difference in performance of the Left Dot ProV1, so I got the 2 dozen I was allowed. Should be interesting!
  2. Guy Wake Forest, NC Walk all rounds played except for tournament play. "The way Golf was meant to be played!" Clicgear Model 4.0
  3. Guy/Wake Forest, NC iPhone 8 plus Outdoor No Net
  4. Guy Wake Forest, NC Yes-Right handed 18* - KBS Tour V Stiff 3 wood – 14* - MRC Tensei CK Blue 70 gram X-Stiff 10 Titleist 818 Hybrid
  5. Guy Wake Forest, NC 917 D3 10.5 9.5 108 TSI 3
  6. Guy-Wake Forest, NC 9.7 index Vokey SM5 56, and 60 deg The ultimate Patina finish and the pros use raw almost exclusively for a reason.
  7. 10.2 Wake Forest, NC 714 AP2 KBS Tour-V X 130- 8 iron 170-175yds Sub 70 is a performance players club manufacturer following the direct to consumer business profile and have partnered with KBS for their stock shaft offering.
  8. Guy Wake Forest, NC 2-3 times per week usually for approximately 20-30 minutes 2-3 3 puts per round What interests me about the EXPUTT is the ability to have a legitimate practice session with immediate feedback indoors.
  9. Titleist throughout the bag. At first it was brand recognition, then just for consistency and familiarity, even while being professionally fitted. Then during my last full bag fitting I entered the experience with a different mind. The major brands had all made such significant strides in equipment I felt if I married myself to one brand I would be selling myself short in my game potential. So I instructed the fitter to NOT tell me anything about the clubs he would put in my hand until he reached a tipping point of selection for each group of clubs. (woods, hybrids/long irons, irons, and wedges). So at the end of it all I still ended with a full bag of Titleist clubs, with the exception of a Tour Edge hybrid 3 iron. So for me now I suspect you would say it is dedication to the best product for me. PS: Caveat to this is that I actually did have one set of irons that performed better during the fitting, Epon forged blades, but they were outside my budgetary constraints.
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