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Don Happ

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  1. Don South Bend, IN TaylorMade M1 4 106 mph TSi3 9.0
  2. Don, South Bend, Indiana Winter putting practice is typically on my living room carpet setting up targets. The only putting mat experience is on small artificial turf mats typically found in golf shops to try putters. Given my choice I would choose the BirdieBall PuttUp (2 in 1 Putting Mat - Return Ramp w/ Long Putt Feedback)
  3. Don, South Bend, IN, USA Scotty Cameron Futura X5 Heppler Tomcat X14 - Ping have done something with adjustable handles recently that I find absolutely amazing and quite useful. Believe it or not, sometimes I claw and sometimes I putt with a normal/traditional grip... but the claw works better when the putter/grip is slightly longer than I require for a standard grip. My Scotty Cameron has a hard steel face with no insert... so I love the idea of getting a darker "contrasted" visual from the Ping while not giving up my hard face. This could be an amazing putter - and I would love
  4. 1. While I have not tracked an "official" handicap this year - I am currently trending fairly low (a total of 3 shots over par in my last 6 rounds) which is only .5 over par per round here in South Bend, Indiana. 2. My Current irons are Callaway Apex (2016) and I hit an 8-iron 150-165 depending on what is needed. 3. Until 5 minutes ago I had not heard of Sub 70... but find it intriguing now that I have!
  5. Don Happ - South Bend, Indiana Have used Garmin Approach S1 and S2 (batteries on both seem to have taken less charge too quickly) Because neither watch holds a charge for full round any longer, I now use iPhone w/Hole 19.
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