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TESTERS ANNOUNCED: ARCCOS 360 w/Caddie 2.0


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1. Olie 


2. Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom


3. 9 (8.7)


4. ShotScope v2 (only just acquired) and the GolfShot app 


 


I'd be very pleased to have a chance to review this so here's hoping. 


 


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Titleist 915 D3 (10.5 deg, NS Pro Regio shaft)


Titleist 913 3 Wood


Titleist 816H Hybrid (19 deg)


Mizuno MP-60 3i - PW, fettled by Precision Golf


Cleveland CG 15 (54/14, 60/12)


Odyssey Warbird Mini in Red

Titleist 915 D3 (10.5 deg, NS Pro Regio shaft)


Titleist 913 3 Wood


Titleist 816H Hybrid (19 deg)


Mizuno MP-60 3i - PW, fettled by Precision Golf


Cleveland CG 15 (54/14, 60/12)


Odyssey Warbird Mini in Red

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Martin

Ontario, Canada

11.5

Good old scorecard.

 

Sent from my Pixel using MyGolfSpy mobile app

Driver: Taylormade M4 D-Type 

3W: Callaway FT 

5W: Callaway FT-iZ

3H: Callaway X Hybrid 21° 
Irons: Callaway Apex 4i-GW
Wedges:  Callaway X Forged 56°& 60°

Putter: Cleveland Huntington Beach 6
Balls: Bridgestone B RX
Handicap: 10
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada

Club:  Clublink - The Country Club

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Jonathan

Tennessee

15.4

18 Birdies app

"Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated; it satisfies the soul and frustrates the intellect. It is, at the same time, rewarding and maddening--and is, without a doubt, the greatest game mankind has ever invented." - Arnold Palmer

 

 

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1. Randy

2. Utah

3. 9.5

4. GolfShot and paper and pencil and charts from all over the internet. It's a hot mess.

:ping-small: G400 LST 8.5 Ping Tour 65 Stiff

:adams-small: Adams XTD Ti 18 deg 3Hy

:benhogan-small: Ben Hogan PTx 22-46 

:benhogan-small: Ben Hogan TK15 50, 54, 58 deg wedges

:cameron-small: Futura 5.5

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1. Mike


2. Florida


3. 13.9


4. Was using Game Golf for the last 2 years till the belt device broke 2 months ago.


Driver: Callaway Epic Speed 9* - Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue 65, Stiff

3 Wood: Callaway Epic Flash 3 Wood 15* - Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue 75, Stiff

Hybrids: Callaway Epic Flash Hybrid #3 18* - Mitsubishi Tensei AV Silver 70, Stiff

               Callaway Epic Flash Hybrid #4 21* - Mitsubishi Tensei AV Silver 70, Stiff

               Callaway Epic Flash Hybrid #5 24* - Mitsubishi Tensei AV Silver 70, Stiff

               Callaway Epic Flash Hybrid #6 27* - Mitsubishi Tensei AV Silver 65, Regular

Irons: KZG XCB 6-PW - Aerotech SteelFiber I80, Regular 2* Flat

Wedges: Edison Forged - 51* and 57*, 2* Flat

Putter: Odyssey Toe Up #1, Ball: Vice Pro

"Perception is Reality"

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1. Patrick

2. IL

3. 11

4. None currently.

Rounds per year: 80-90. 

Handicap: 11.6

In my Bag:

Driver - Taylormade SLDR (Adjusted 1/2 to the draw side and 8* loft)

Fairway Woods: 3 & 5 Taylormade SLDR

Irons 4-AW: Taylormade M2 (2016)

Wedges: Volkey SM6 56* and SM7 60*

 

Balls: ProVx - preferred, Calloway Chrome second.

 

Holes in one: None  ;)

Albatross: ONE!  :D

Eagles: Many

 

Favorite golf slogan: It's a target game, not a distance game. 

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1. Troy Hamilton

2. Mt Barker, South Austraila, Aus.

3. 17.2

4. Currenly use Tom Tom Golfer 2 with iPhone app and have used garmin previously. 

South Paw from Mt Barker, SA, Aus

WITB:

Taylormade RBZ Stage 2 TP Adj. Driver and 3 Wood

Taylormade RBZ TP 3 & 4 Hybrid/rescue

Taylormade RBZ Irons 4-SW Project X 5.5, S-Tech Superstroke

Mizuno Satin S5 58* Wedge

Taylormade Ghost Spider Centre shaft with Fatso 5.0

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1. Jeff


2. Tulsa/Oklahoma


3. 5


4. Laser range finder + R + Excel


 


I'm a Ph.D. engineering data scientist and in my day job I focus on using analytics to improve processes, efficiencies, and profit.  I've been taking lessons for almost five years now.  I'm convinced that with an analytical data driven/strokes gained approach, I will finally break par this year.  Basically, I'll establish my baseline and identify the specific areas in my game where I have to improve.  Then I'll take more lessons, practice, and then, hopefully, finally break par.  I'll complete easy to read reviews that tell the readers how I used the data to gain insight and improve my game.  Furthermore, I'll document how I develop scoring strategies using the ARCOSS data, to improve my scoring.  My reviews will include charts, graphs, and graphics at a comparable level to fivethirtyeight.com or the upshot.com


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