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Brookers

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About Brookers

  • Birthday July 20

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  • Location
    St. Joseph, MI
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    Golf, computers (tech stuff), skiing, hiking and Golf...
  • Handicap:
    11.2

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  1. If you go to the "Pre-Owned" section you can pick up a great deal on a slightly used club. I bought my 839D from there @ $169.99 in Excellent condition. It came with the head cover and an almost perfect looking club (you could tell it had been hit a few times). The only gotchya is you either like what they have (shaft etc) or are willing to pay for the change (I changed my grip to Dri-Tac).
  2. I use the VivoActive 3 for mine, almost 3 yr's old and still holding a charge for 2x 18's (if played consecutive day's, heh). I had the Honma TW 747 3-Wood, was not a fan of the low profile (PXG did the same) so sold it to a friend ~2 wks after I got it, he came back a couple of weeks later with something clinking around in the head. Reached out to Honma, because I purchased new from them, with no response from them to this date (have emailed probably 4 times since mid July). Obviously not happy with their CS so no more Honma's for me...
  3. After some research and and stepping off of my PXG milk crate (don't get me wrong, I still love their products) the MyGolfSpy review on the Sub 70 driver had me searching their site. I had placed an order for a PXG 4 Hybrid (have had a Ben Hogan for 3 months I just can't get comfortable with) that was 3 weeks old and talking with PXG, On Oct 30, it wasn't shipping until Nov 15th at best, I cancelled the order. I then called Sub 70 and talked with Jason and ended up ordering a 4 Hybrid from them. Got here fast, 3 days from order. It's been warm here in SW MI, so I was able to hit the drivi
  4. Thx Sparky, I do not desire to drive all of the way to North burbs of Chicago (2+ hours away) to do another almost 2 hour fitting, your findings might help alleviate that... The 10.5 Proto+ might work well for me, I currently use mine at 11 and still struggle at times to get enough height on the drive. That said, I purchased my Gen 1 trying to get a fade/cut, my normal swing with the Cleveland (non-adj) was a draw to full out hook, though it is nice to be able to pull out a draw with the driver when the hole quires it, instead of relying on the 3 Wood. Things to ponder :).
  5. So I have had a PXG Gen 1 driver for 2 years now, while it was a huge step up from my Cleveland CG Black it is, well, aging :)... I am posting here to get feedback, as my "purchase new gear trigger finger" is constantly hover over the "add to cart" button on the PXG Proto driver. Before I switched to the Gen 1 I tested all of the currently available drivers, Callaway just didn't feel right, Titleist was good but no better then my Cleveland, the new Cleveland was horrid and don't get me started on the King Cobra, just not my cup of tea. The only driver that compared was the Ping, with si
  6. Brook Moore St. Joseph, MI PXG 0811X 11.2 index TSi2
  7. St. Joseph, MI I take Hammer 250mg Tincture CBD oil every night, the cream intrigues me (have not used any previous). easy going, relaxed Garmin VivoActive III
  8. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? I have been playing steady for about 20 yrs (more then 4-5 times/yr) Hdcp is 9-11 depending on week :), Have shot a 73 (par 72) and several mid 70's (I know I have the game just can't be consistent) What do you love about golf? There is no ONE true answer, you have to constantly muss with it. It's you VS the course, no team, no one else to blame, just you What brings you to MyGolfSpy?
  9. If I had to play Essex County CC outside of a scramble, I think it would be my choice, I had the luxury of playing it 3 times, all in scramble format. The winning score was never better then -5 to my best recollection (my team came in at +1 as the best round those 3 yrs). Red Tail GC in Devens, MA was the hardest I played out east, the distances were not excessively long but the shot making required was precise. The course was always in great shape (I moved away in 2015) and greens ran 11+. Harbor Shores GC is an extremely challenging course in SW MI (Benton Harbor), th
  10. Nice looking lineup... Brook, St. Joseph, MI Handicap: 11 Mizuno JPX-919 Forged
  11. Up until this year I played MP-5's (P-7) W/ JPX EZ 5 and 6 irons. I noticed I wasn't getting the distance nor the shot shaping I wanted, just getting old :(... I spent three and one half hours at the PGA store in Schaumburg, IL (prior to Covid) and went through all of the currently available irons, knowing sadly, I needed to go to cavity back set. After I tried the Mizuno JPX 919 HM's (third set I had tried) I knew they were the clubs to beat! Only the AP3's had anywhere near the feel of the Mizuno's and definitely not as good. I was seriously impressed that a forgiving iron still gav
  12. 1. Brook Moore - Michigan 2. Previous Bushnell / current Garmin Vivo Active 3 3. live and die with my Garmin, love the info for how far I hit each club (senses ball impact) and statistical information within the app. Good luck competing, i will give it a go tho .
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