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mizuno

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    Greenwich CT
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  1. Mike Greenwich, CT TaylorMade M5 6.2 94 TSi2 Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. Mike, Connecticut Index 6.1 Currently 3 hybrids: Titleist H1 17, H2 19, H2 23 Hybrid Characteristic? Multipurpose: tee / rough / around green
  3. Hole in one just to shut my buddy up. He has one, I don't. I got so fed up with it that I negotiated with him to only be able to tell me when we cross a state line. Mistake. Now he just watches the flight tracker on planes and wakes me up to tell me. "Hey Mike, did I ever tell you about my hole-in-one..."
  4. Good question. This is the brand he was referencing I think. http://thegripmaster.com
  5. This is great stuff - thanks - love Paddy. He reminds me a lot of Bubba. Always feel like there's a million things going on in his head and only a small percentage get verbalized.
  6. Shiels and Crossfield for reviews and entertainment. I'm trying not too watch too many, you can drive yourself crazy. Tend to stay away from the instructional side unless there's something specific I'm looking to address. I also like things like "the most satisfying golf video of all time".... makes me smile every time.
  7. Which app are you using for your tournaments if you don't mind me asking?
  8. CaddyTrek R2 is the one that has a "marching mode" as they call it.
  9. There is a brand that does the forward "follow" - can't remember what it was called - I'll see if I can find it. I agree on the distractions, cell phones particularly. That really gets me wound up sometimes but that's for me deal with better. I do think though that the culprits are missing out on a lot of what golf is about. I manage the tournaments at my club and some of the members are asking for live scoring but I'm kind of resisting because that just means more cell phones :-). The follow function is very reliable and yes, at first it takes a bit of getting used to and you will b
  10. I'm not a rider (except when only option at resorts) but I'm coming from the other direction. I (used to) love to walk and carry because of the simplicity but thanks to my Tiger-like spine issues I have moved to push carts and latterly to powered carts. With the modern light weight materials there's a lot of choice when it comes to push carts and for the most part they fold up pretty small so you can't really go wrong. For me personally, as my condition got worse I found the slightly bent forward posture needed for the carts, especially on inclines, problematic. That's when I started look
  11. I've had the Stewart X9 follow for about 18 months now. Just posting on this thread in case anyone has any questions about it. I've only just joined MGS and surprised there aren't more posts about this cart. 2 of my playing partners have the eWheels so I can provide feedback on that cart also. For the more experienced members do you think an X9 review would be worth doing / helpful?
  12. will do. see my anser to #7 here
  13. Yes - I need help
  14. TM M5 9* EvenFlow 6.0 Titleist H1 17* (16.25) Hybrid Diamana Stiff Titleist H2 19* Hybrid Diamana Stiff Titleist H2 23* Hybrid Diamana Stiff Ping i210 5-W+U PX LZ 5.5 Ping Glide Forged 54/58 PX LZ 5.5 Ping Sigma 2 Tyne 4 Putter Titleist AVX (subject to change after any bad round)
  15. You could equally ask the question: with the same equipment why is it that one day I can shoot 75 and the next 85? That's the beauty and frustration of the game we love. How you are feeling physically/mentally on any particular day is a huge factor for me, as big as or more important than the irons in the bag.
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