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J Kreger

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About J Kreger

  • Birthday 03/24/1994

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    @Kregstein1
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Menomonee Falls, WI
  • Interests
    Golfing of course!
  • Handicap:
    25.9
  • Referred By:
    Instagram- mygolfspy

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  1. I have tried them and I do enjoy using one! I like saving money when I can and I like the workout from carrying it for 18. I didn't notice any differences in my game when I used one vs not! Sent from my SM-J737V using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  2. Jesse, Menomonee Falls, WI Would love to test the 440 Swing Speed: Around 105mph
  3. First Name / State of Residence: Jesse, Wisconsin Handicap: 25.9 Current Hybrid in Play: Cobra Baffler TWS What is the most important thing to you in a hybrid: Forgiveness and overall consistency
  4. No push cart for me yet just a bag carrier. I like the extra workout I get from hauling it around for 18. I'm also a mid 20's guy so my opinion may change within the next 15-20 years! Sent from my SM-J737V using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  5. Newer player that picked up the game 3 years ago but can confidently say I am a golf addict and enthusiast. Here is the toss of my hat in the ring for this! Handicap and Location: 25 hdcp. Menomonee Falls, WI Social Media Accounts: Insta: Kregstein, FB: Jesse Kreger, Twitter: @Kregstein1 Expected rounds in an 8-week span: 16-24 rounds, did I mention I'm obsessed? Current OEMs in your bag: Driver: Cobra F9 yellow 3-wood: Srixon F65 Hybrid: Cobra Baffler TWS Irons: Cobra Forged One Length 4-PW Wedges: Ray Cook 52, TM milled grind 56, Ray Cook 60 Putter: odyssey F7 2-ball 5. Dream set: Speedzone Driver(10deg), stiff shaft, white Speedzone Fairway(15deg), stiff shaft, white Speedzone Hybrid(20deg), stiff Speedzone Irons(4-PW), stiff, One length King Black wedges(52,56,60), One length
  6. About a year into playing I picked up some Ray Cook wedges (52 and 60 degree) and have been gaming them since. I really like them and have since added a TM milled grind 56 degree. From the TM milled grind to either of my Ray Cook's I can't tell much of a difference in them when it comes to performance and feel. Any other Ray Cook wedge users out there? What has your experience been with them?
  7. Thank you so much for the response this is really helpful. Now to get some epoxy!
  8. Not many. If I had to guess maybe 30% of my shots in general land past the hole due to me know they will almost certainly roll out.
  9. I understand. Thank you for the response! I believe I will revisit this when I have my game more under control.
  10. Since I am a ball-finding fiend I usually play with found Pro-V1's but if not I regularly use either the Callaway Chromesoft, or the TM TP5. I guess I am not sure how hard the greens are I play on!
  11. When I am close to or around greens I notice my ball never has any spin to make it check up or even when I am taking a full swing with a higher lofted club farther away. Is there some secret to getting the ball to roll back or check up on the green?
  12. The shaft with my hybrid is graphite. I have been noticing this a little on my newer irons as well which are steel.
  13. If the ferrule might be rising up the shaft would this be an easy fix with just pushing it back down to the club head? Not home right now to confirm this but your reply is giving me some slight hope right now.
  14. It is easy sometimes to forget that golf is a physical sport. I've been of the mindset that warming up before a range session or a round is key to playing your best. But sometimes, either due to arriving later to a tee time or a rushed range session, it gets missed. Do you guys warm-up too? Is this something that you find you don't need as much with golf? Am I hurting my game by not doing a warmup in these cases?
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