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  1. 1 hour ago, Hotdocta said:

    Txg says that you do not have to be fit for the stability shaft,  it is more about if you like the feel.   That is different than being fit for the putter.  It was quickly brought up in the last txg live

    Should have clarified, the fitting is with Breakthrough Golf in Texas who created the stability shaft. Would be interested to hear anyone's experience  with them.

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    On 4/22/2020 at 11:58 AM, 70445 said:

    Actually I have two of the mats!  I bought-one which was  13” wide by  12 feet long and then cut off 3feet , as a mat to stand on.  I’ll attach a photo on how I use it. I figure practicing on 5 to 6 footers was most important.  I bought the slower version, because our greens in my area are not what I  consider really fast.  I also use a broom to sweep against the “grain” to slow the roll.  The other one I have takes too much space (4X12).  It is a good product and I would recommend it.  If you ask for a sample from the company they will send you a sample.  I like mine, but there are other options. As you can see in the pics, I use parallel bars to practice, now I only use the one on the inside ( helps me not loop the putter), as well as a Eyeline mirror for eye alignment and putter squareness., as well as a cup reducer.  It has really helped my putting.

    That is a really great set-up! Loving the chalk line. Seems like you could spend days on that putting green & completely lose track of time lol.

  3. 2 hours ago, GolfSpy STUDque said:

    Oh man. This is like a once in a lifetime experience. Can't wait to see your pics! 

    There's an EAL episode where he gets fit at The Kingdom and it looks amazing. Did you get on the machine with the body sensors?

    Joe did not use the machine with body sensors. I have used that before with Taylormade @ Grand Cypress in Orlando & while it is cool to have a 3D mapping of your golf swing, because the club is not fit for you & has sensors (as expected) doing down the entire shaft, the feel & reactions are a bit skewed IMO. However having $40,000+ worth of launch monitors to use for your fitting & how they explain the differences between the two is really exceptional!

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  4. Quarantine Golf is kind of a touchy thing right now too with how separate it is even on a course by course basis. We just had most of our public courses reopen on Sunday with strict guidelines (cup raised, no ball washers, water coolers etc.) that could lead to them being shut down again. Just thankful Golf is naturally a socailly distant sport that we can be able to get out there & walk on the course

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  5. SIK makes great putters. Learned about them from API (Arnold Palmer Invitational) and the putters looked beautiful. Had a quick session with them when I lived in Orlando & they use Quintic. Very knowledgable gents about putting, they noticed how my shoulders being open at address  was affecting the delivery to the putter on Quintic. Looking at flying back home & putting one in the bag!

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  6. Recently got fit @Kingdom with Taylormade. Amazing experience that I highly recommend. Joe Ryon is an incredible fitter. Upgraded to SIM Driver & woods from Titleist 910 D3 & 906F2. They use the Foresight GC Quad & Trackman for the fittings!

    New Setup:

    • Driver: Taylormade SIM 10.5 (STD -1.5) with MCA Tensei Orange 70X & 1" tip
    • 3-Wood: Taylormade SIM 15 (STD-.75) with TT Hzrdus Black 75 6.5 & .5" tip
    • 5-Wood: Taylormade SIM 19 (STD-.75) with TT Hzrdus Black 75 6.5 & 1" tip
    • 3-Iron: Titleist U500 with TT Hzrdus Black 90 6.5 with 1"tip
    • 4-PW: Titleist 716 AP2 (2* Flat, 1*Strong) with TT T.I. S400 & Arccos Lamkin Crossline 360 Smart Grips
    • 52: Taylormade MG Chrome 2 SB (2* Flat) with TT T.I. S400
    • 58: Taylormade MG Chrome 2 LB (2.5* Flat) with TT T.I. S400
    • Putter: Odyssey #9 White HOT XG (3*, 68* ) with Gripmaster Signature Putter Grip
    • Ball: Srixon Z-Star XV
    • Bag: H2NO by Sun Mountain

    Golf Bag.jpg

    SIM Headcover.jpg

    SIM sole.jpg

    SIM head.jpg

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    1. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? Been playing golf since 2006. Normal handicap is 5, trying to get it back to when it was lower.

    2. What do you love about golf? The competition. Nothing like someone talking smack on the golf course & then sticking it 2ft. from the pin to keep them quiet lol.

    3. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies? Love the reviews, always consult them before making a purchase.

    4. Where are you from? What is your home course? From Orlando, home course is Glen Annie Golf Club in Orlando/

    5. What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? Best amazing weather & variety in courses. Worst is lack of competition.

    6. What do you do for a living? Work in restaurants

    7. How’d you pick your user name? Went to the University of Central Florida, go Knights!

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