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  1. As an experiment, I’d use the Shot Vision app just to see what it shows on your launch angle. As the review link below suggests, it’s not the best form of information but may be serviceable for what you’re seeking. If I read correctly, that’s if you are launching it too high. https://mygolfspy.com/we-tried-it-shot-vision-app/ Given your handicap and distance you provided, I’d then look at the averages by club on the Trackman link below. Id also maybe focus on the LPGA numbers rather than PGA numbers as swing speeds, ball speeds, etc. are likely more attainable for us mid
  2. I’ve been researching this for a few months. Unfortunately there is quite a gap in a launch monitor/golf simulator ($500>$2500>$10k +\-). I was tempted to pull the trigger just recently on a Rapsodo MLM but listened to an interview with the GM. Their GM didn’t think their current model could offer the ball/flight tracking when hitting into a net. It does ball speed, launch angle, and those metrics. I can’t tell if it does side spin or horizontal launch angle or anything that would then offer simulated ball flights. The interview was a good one given the insight
  3. I’d say it more depends on where your game struggles. It sounds like we’re similar in that we’ve both struggled keeping a driver in play and use other clubs. I lose the majority of my strokes at the tee box. I use long irons on the majority of my tee shots. For a while, I pulled my driver from the bag and added a wedge. If it came down to keeping it in play versus not, the answer is obvious to me. If it came down to long 2nd/3rd shots from the fairway versus short 2nd/3rd shots from the rough, I’d have to ask myself again where am I losing strokes. For my game, keepin
  4. I’ve been saving up for a few months for a Skytrak. The Rapsodo MLM has been a temptress, especially with the holiday sales that have been available. I’m not sure it has the full functionality I’m seeking though. Winter appears to be upon us in MO. I’ve had a net set up for a while but generally miss many more ways than left and right. I’m hoping this would allow me to hone in on some faults without the need to bang buckets at the range. We recently welcomed our 2nd boy. Time for golf was already a premium with our 1st. I’m hoping this allows me to sneak in rounds and range time
  5. Mike/Dardenne Prairie What IOS Device Will You be Using:iPhone 11 and iPad Pro Will You Be Testing Primarily Outdoors or Indoors: Mostly indoor but still some outdoor Will You be Using a Net Yes or No: Yes
  6. Mike/Dardenne Prairie MO Confirmed Right-handed Prefer Hybrid – VKTR+ 18* - Recoil ES 95 F5 X-Stiff Backup Driving Iron - UiHi 18* - KBS Tour V-X-Stiff Backup to backup Fairway Wood – GS53 3 wood – 14* - MRC Tensei CK Blue 70 gram X-Stiff 14 Handicap Carry 4w at 17* loft or 3i at 20* loft. It would be great to evaluate a hybrid against my current options.
  7. Mike G. in West St. Louis, MO Yes, currently use golf widget on Garmin vivoactive 3 and WOSPORTS laser range finder. Previously used Garmin vivoactive HR. Combination of GPS watch, information on the course, and/or laser range finder.
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