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Fredkruge

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  1. I've heard good things about Shot Scope, would be interesting to try! I currently use Arccos and they run pretty good overall, but they have a subscription model requirement which may give an edge to this system. Good luck everyone
  2. I'm using arccos and like them overall. There was a sale on some cobra F9 irons over the winter and they have the arccos sensors built into the grips, which included a free registration to try it for 3 months. To use the app, they sent free sensors for the rest of the clubs my bag as well which is really nice for getting people into trying out their system. I've found that their support is very quick in answering request (updating courses, inquiries, etc), usually like 2-3 days at most if you e-mail, but they also have phone support. The app works pretty well at measuring shots and giving out statistics, and I was able to use a samsung watch I had laying around to get quick distance reading without having to pull my phone up. I feel like the recommendations/tips for improvement could be more in-depth. I don't feel like I've used their recommendations much for the improvements I've been making myself, I usually watch golf videos on youtube and have been working on my game from there. The shots gained analysis does help in respect to where in your game you may want to look at next for the best improvement. The only downside so far is that 2 sensors have died after a 3 month period (putter/driver) almost at the same time, and it's taken a little while to get the replacements shipped out, so I'm temporarily unable to track shots. Seems like the items are being shipped from the UK according to the tracking info (I am in canada) so that factors into usability of shot tracking, but yardage to the flag can still be used. TL;DR Overall I like them a lot, 4/5 stars, they'd get 5* if replacements were quicker and the improvement tips were more in depth.
  3. Not too familiar with this competition, started reading MyGolfSpy within the last number of months. Let's hope us Canadians are allowed to participate
  4. Bahumbug! You guys must not like Canadians . . . Sure there will be snow here in not too long but we still have a little bit of a golfing season! Good luck to everyone eligible
  5. Fredrick / Windsor, ontario, Canada Current putter: i'm rocking a Wilson M1 putter (blade style) I would be interested mostly in the Anser 2 style putter. Out of all the putters I have used I feel that blade putters are the cleanest at address. I was actually looking to purchase a new putter because I started last year and got a reasonably inexpensive one as a starter to see if I was going to stick with the sport (which I am!). I am actually looking for ones that do not have a soft plastic insert to get a more consistent feel across the whole putter face. I borrowed a friends putter which was that style temporarily, so I could try it out and I could notice the difference because middle strikes and off-center strikes still felt similar, verses insert-style putters that get a different noise/feel if you don't hit the plastic insert. Good luck everyone!
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