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I was watching the USGA Junior Amateur event this past weekend and noted a couple of players using those silver outside/black inside umbrellas. I've seen those before and started looking into them as a possible replacement for the black one I use that doubles from the car. It's handle length is a bit short mounted in my push cart holder, and at 6'2", I'm having to hunch under it. So, I'm in the market for an umbrella tailored for use on a push cart. What are you guys using and are the silver reflective type worth it? I stumbled onto this link/review, but the source is a bit suspect BEST GOLF UMBRELLA 2022 | MyGolfSpy
Thinking about getting my wife a new SUV to replace our 2006 CRV; which is in great shape, has low miles, and runs well... umm, yea, don't ask . I haven't spent much time looking at the current field of candidates but, as I am quickly finding out, MGS is as good as any place to get the real scoop on non golf questions too! Suggestions and recent experience with your purchase much appreciated.
I've just recently started experimenting with the left hand low putting grip. I've used the traditional grip for my whole golfing career. Thus far, I think it is helping just a little but, being that I haven't really committed to it and spent lots of time using it, too early to know for sure. It definitely feels awkward and I never feel like I'm holding the putter the same each time. Over the years with the traditional grip, I have tried choking down, using all of the shaft length, and right index finger down the shaft (ala Koepka). My putting is average at best and it's a part of the game I'm trying to improve. What grips have you experimented with and which have you settled on as your most reliable? Conventional/Traditional Cross-Handed (Reverse) Claw Palm to Palm Split Hand