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Gonna have to go with Acushnet River Valley. Gives you the best of both worlds - typical gorgeous tree-lined fairways on the front nine, then links style on the back nine. 

How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score?  I've been playing about 15 years. My index is 20, and hasn't budged.  What do you love about golf?  I love be

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There he is! Welcome dad! @GolfSpy Stroker my nagging has worked!

 

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  1. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score?  I've been playing about 15 years. My index is 20, and hasn't budged. 

  2. What do you love about golf?  I love being outdoors, and the eternal challenge of improving.  

  3. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies?  Not sure how I found MyGolfSpy, I think it was equipment reviews.  I am going to donate some bucks after completing this profile

  4. Where are you from? What is your home course?  I live in Wilton, CT.  I usually work in NYC but since COVID-19, have been working in Westport, CT. I used to belong to Silvermine GC, but thanks to work, I get to travel and play some cool courses. The course I play most frequently is The Griff in Greenwich

  5. What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? Best:  we have some of the greatest classic courses in the whole country a half-hour drive away. Worst: I could never join those clubs

  6. What do you do for a living? Banking

  7. How’d you pick your user name? Combination of my nickname and the coolest number in the world

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Born and Raised in CT

Started playing golf at 7 years old to spend time with my father on the weekends and fell in love with the game a few years later. I’ve been playing for 25 years now and was at my best a 0 index before I had my two girls. Now a 3.5 index and steadily going up. My average score this year is a 76.8 but would like to be around 74 or better. 

I love golf for the life lessons is has taught me. The challenge of playing vs. par and playing against yourself each and every time. The mental conditioning and mindset growth it forces. I love what golf teaches me about me and what it teaches me about other people and how it can be a life-long sport. Being outside and playing with family and great friends doesn’t get any better. 

I joined the forum a few months after I started to follow the mygolfspy Instagram page and really liked the honest reviews and videos posted which gives me confidence to try new products and give up others. I have recently bought the Mizuno golf gloves, the Snell MTB-X balls and TP5x balls from reading the MyGolfSpys reviews.

Live in Brookfield, CT. I play at Washington Golf Club mostly now and love playing my old track Ridgewood CC also Oxford Greens, Richter Park, Lake Waramaug CC, Candlewood Valley, Waterbury, Yale, Bulls Bridge and Centennial I try and play each once every season. 
 

Best thing about my area of courses is they have been in excellent shape the past 3-4 years. The greens are generally fast and run nicely. The season is short and playing in the cold sucks with extra layers on. 

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4 hours ago, Myles2.0 said:

New England Region what’s good?

Born and Raised in CT

Started playing golf at 7 years old to spend time with my father on the weekends and fell in love with the game a few years later. I’ve been playing for 25 years now and was at my best a 0 index before I had my two girls. Now a 3.5 index and steadily going up. My average score this year is a 76.8 but would like to be around 74 or better. 

I love golf for the life lessons is has taught me. The challenge of playing vs. par and playing against yourself each and every time. The mental conditioning and mindset growth it forces. I love what golf teaches me about me and what it teaches me about other people and how it can be a life-long sport. Being outside and playing with family and great friends doesn’t get any better. 

I joined the forum a few months after I started to follow the mygolfspy Instagram page and really liked the honest reviews and videos posted which gives me confidence to try new products and give up others. I have recently bought the Mizuno golf gloves, the Snell MTB-X balls and TP5x balls from reading the MyGolfSpys reviews.

Live in Brookfield, CT. I play at Washington Golf Club mostly now and love playing my old track Ridgewood CC also Oxford Greens, Richter Park, Lake Waramaug CC, Candlewood Valley, Waterbury, Yale, Bulls Bridge and Centennial I try and play each once every season. 
 

Best thing about my area of courses is they have been in excellent shape the past 3-4 years. The greens are generally fast and run nicely. The season is short and playing in the cold sucks with extra layers on. 

I am a Doctor of Chiropractic 

my username is my first Name2.0

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Welcome! Yea the snell balls are no joke and without this forum probably never would have even gave them a look!

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New England Region what’s good?
Born and Raised in CT
Started playing golf at 7 years old to spend time with my father on the weekends and fell in love with the game a few years later. I’ve been playing for 25 years now and was at my best a 0 index before I had my two girls. Now a 3.5 index and steadily going up. My average score this year is a 76.8 but would like to be around 74 or better. 
I love golf for the life lessons is has taught me. The challenge of playing vs. par and playing against yourself each and every time. The mental conditioning and mindset growth it forces. I love what golf teaches me about me and what it teaches me about other people and how it can be a life-long sport. Being outside and playing with family and great friends doesn’t get any better. 
I joined the forum a few months after I started to follow the mygolfspy Instagram page and really liked the honest reviews and videos posted which gives me confidence to try new products and give up others. I have recently bought the Mizuno golf gloves, the Snell MTB-X balls and TP5x balls from reading the MyGolfSpys reviews.
Live in Brookfield, CT. I play at Washington Golf Club mostly now and love playing my old track Ridgewood CC also Oxford Greens, Richter Park, Lake Waramaug CC, Candlewood Valley, Waterbury, Yale, Bulls Bridge and Centennial I try and play each once every season. 
 
Best thing about my area of courses is they have been in excellent shape the past 3-4 years. The greens are generally fast and run nicely. The season is short and playing in the cold sucks with extra layers on. 
I am a Doctor of Chiropractic 
my username is my first Name2.0
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On 10/9/2020 at 2:09 AM, Myles2.0 said:

New England Region what’s good?

Born and Raised in CT

Started playing golf at 7 years old to spend time with my father on the weekends and fell in love with the game a few years later. I’ve been playing for 25 years now and was at my best a 0 index before I had my two girls. Now a 3.5 index and steadily going up. My average score this year is a 76.8 but would like to be around 74 or better. 

I love golf for the life lessons is has taught me. The challenge of playing vs. par and playing against yourself each and every time. The mental conditioning and mindset growth it forces. I love what golf teaches me about me and what it teaches me about other people and how it can be a life-long sport. Being outside and playing with family and great friends doesn’t get any better. 

I joined the forum a few months after I started to follow the mygolfspy Instagram page and really liked the honest reviews and videos posted which gives me confidence to try new products and give up others. I have recently bought the Mizuno golf gloves, the Snell MTB-X balls and TP5x balls from reading the MyGolfSpys reviews.

Live in Brookfield, CT. I play at Washington Golf Club mostly now and love playing my old track Ridgewood CC also Oxford Greens, Richter Park, Lake Waramaug CC, Candlewood Valley, Waterbury, Yale, Bulls Bridge and Centennial I try and play each once every season. 
 

Best thing about my area of courses is they have been in excellent shape the past 3-4 years. The greens are generally fast and run nicely. The season is short and playing in the cold sucks with extra layers on. 

I am a Doctor of Chiropractic 

my username is my first Name2.0

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Welcome to the forums and hope you enjoy and share your thoughts. As someone with some young little ones as well the handicap has suffered but hopefully I can get one of them out on the course when they get a bit older.

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3 minutes ago, ejgaudette said:

Welcome to the forums and hope you enjoy and share your thoughts. As someone with some young little ones as well the handicap has suffered but hopefully I can get one of them out on the course when they get a bit older.

@B.Boston we gotta get @ejgaudette in on golf weekend next year

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1 minute ago, Lacassem said:

@B.Boston we gotta get @ejgaudette in on golf weekend next year

I am in I saw the mass get together, and almost threw my hat in, but the time didn't work, live a bit north in NH but northern Mass near the NH boarder would be not a bad trip down.

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1. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? 

   I started playing regularly in the spring of 2019.  I played some before that, too, between 2006 and 2008--attended the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines where Rocco Mediate and Tiger Woods brought the weekend to a spectacular close.

  These past two years I’ve been overcome by a must-play-energy. That, has resulted in going from a 24 to oscillating between a 16-14 to date.

2. What do you love about golf?

   Every hole is like kickin’ a can on your way home; You get to where you’re going in spite of the can.

3. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies?

   I don’t know any golf spies. They must be lurking in the bushes. It was researching shafts that landed me here this time. I’ve built a handful of sets and I’m currently working on a driver.

4. Where are you from? What is your home course?

   We’re here in Massachusetts. My membership is at Edge Hill G.C. That's in Ashfield (western Mass).

5. What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? 

   Well, I love everything about the region. Unto itself, it is hilly, rocky and densely wooded, so shaping a course into it is no small feat. Those that have, I hold in high regard and that regard stays with me during a round. You'd have to stand on a tee box around here to really understand why. 

   Some things in the "Best" column:  lots of narrow targets, sweet spots are sometimes only 10 yards in diameter. There’s plenty of need for shaping shots and, in some cases, it’s just to hold the slopes with a prayer. Winter provides for indoor practice, club building, cleaning up found balls, tending to the leathers, etc. I've even cleared snow from the walking paths on the property by swinging a seven iron (divots in snow are just as telling). I can’t think of anything in the “Worst” column when it comes to golf.

6. What do you do for a living?

   I’ve been an artist all my life. In the moment, I’m working on a series of paintings about golf. We also own a little inn.

7.  How’d you pick your user name?

   I didn’t. It’s a nickname from the guys in the league. It caught on after a bit. Since then, I've stamped it into my wedges. Maybe when we play together we'll get into what it means. Ha!

 

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On 10/9/2020 at 7:06 AM, Lacassem said:

 Yea the snell balls are no joke and without this forum probably never would have even gave them a look!

 

Same here. I switched from Pro V-1X to Snell MTB-X. I like the ball AND the price better

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32 minutes ago, O.T.B. said:

 

1. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? 

   I started playing regularly in the spring of 2019.  I played some before that, too, between 2006 and 2008--attended the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines where Rocco Mediate and Tiger Woods brought the weekend to a spectacular close.

  These past two years I’ve been overcome by a must-play-energy. That, has resulted in going from a 24 to oscillating between a 16-14 to date.

2. What do you love about golf?

   Every hole is like kickin’ a can on your way home; You get to where you’re going in spite of the can.

3. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies?

   I don’t know any golf spies. They must be lurking in the bushes. It was researching shafts that landed me here this time. I’ve built a handful of sets and I’m currently working on a driver.

4. Where are you from? What is your home course?

   We’re here in Massachusetts. My membership is at Edge Hill G.C. That's in Ashfield (western Mass).

5. What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? 

   Well, I love everything about the region. Unto itself, it is hilly, rocky and densely wooded, so shaping a course into it is no small feat. Those that have, I hold in high regard and that regard stays with me during a round. You'd have to stand on a tee box around here to really understand why. 

   Some things in the "Best" column:  lots of narrow targets, sweet spots are sometimes only 10 yards in diameter. There’s plenty of need for shaping shots and, in some cases, it’s just to hold the slopes with a prayer. Winter provides for indoor practice, club building, cleaning up found balls, tending to the leathers, etc. I've even cleared snow from the walking paths on the property by swinging a seven iron (divots in snow are just as telling). I can’t think of anything in the “Worst” column when it comes to golf.

6. What do you do for a living?

   I’ve been an artist all my life. In the moment, I’m working on a series of paintings about golf. We also own a little inn.

7.  How’d you pick your user name?

   I didn’t. It’s a nickname from the guys in the league. It caught on after a bit. Since then, I've stamped it into my wedges. Maybe when we play together we'll get into what it means. Ha!

 

Welcome! What shafts were you looking at? Did you purchase anything due to a thread on here?

 

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Just now, tony@CIC said:

Same here. I switched from Pro V-1X to Snell MTB-X. I like the ball AND the price better

Key word and. Played a whole round a few weeks back with snell.....I think they bounced off the trees better too!

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 :taylormade-small: 2019 P790 4-PW - Project X 6.5 LZ I :titelist-small: 48 SM8 - Nippon Modus 125 S 

:titelist-small: 52, 56, 60 SM7 - Nippon Modus 125 S :odyssey-small: O-Works 1W I :titelist-small: PROV1X #19 

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2 hours ago, O.T.B. said:

 

1. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? 

   I started playing regularly in the spring of 2019.  I played some before that, too, between 2006 and 2008--attended the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines where Rocco Mediate and Tiger Woods brought the weekend to a spectacular close.

  These past two years I’ve been overcome by a must-play-energy. That, has resulted in going from a 24 to oscillating between a 16-14 to date.

2. What do you love about golf?

   Every hole is like kickin’ a can on your way home; You get to where you’re going in spite of the can.

3. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies?

   I don’t know any golf spies. They must be lurking in the bushes. It was researching shafts that landed me here this time. I’ve built a handful of sets and I’m currently working on a driver.

4. Where are you from? What is your home course?

   We’re here in Massachusetts. My membership is at Edge Hill G.C. That's in Ashfield (western Mass).

5. What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? 

   Well, I love everything about the region. Unto itself, it is hilly, rocky and densely wooded, so shaping a course into it is no small feat. Those that have, I hold in high regard and that regard stays with me during a round. You'd have to stand on a tee box around here to really understand why. 

   Some things in the "Best" column:  lots of narrow targets, sweet spots are sometimes only 10 yards in diameter. There’s plenty of need for shaping shots and, in some cases, it’s just to hold the slopes with a prayer. Winter provides for indoor practice, club building, cleaning up found balls, tending to the leathers, etc. I've even cleared snow from the walking paths on the property by swinging a seven iron (divots in snow are just as telling). I can’t think of anything in the “Worst” column when it comes to golf.

6. What do you do for a living?

   I’ve been an artist all my life. In the moment, I’m working on a series of paintings about golf. We also own a little inn.

7.  How’d you pick your user name?

   I didn’t. It’s a nickname from the guys in the league. It caught on after a bit. Since then, I've stamped it into my wedges. Maybe when we play together we'll get into what it means. Ha!

 

Welcome to the forums and hope you find some good information about shafts and everything else in the golf world.

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:titelist-small: 816 H1 21° Mitsubishi Diamana S+ Blue 70 Stiff Flex

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Definitely enjoying the snells as someone who usually loses a sleeve a round at that price i really don't worry about them. I did have a couple balls in the batch I got in the spring that had bad covers after a few holes. I've only played one sleeve out of the batch that shipped a couple of weeks ago but haven't had any problems with them yet. I play the yellow, not sure if that makes a difference or not

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2 hours ago, Patriots68 said:

Definitely enjoying the snells as someone who usually loses a sleeve a round at that price i really don't worry about them. I did have a couple balls in the batch I got in the spring that had bad covers after a few holes. I've only played one sleeve out of the batch that shipped a couple of weeks ago but haven't had any problems with them yet. I play the yellow, not sure if that makes a difference or not

I have heard good things about the Snell,not sure if you saw it but the ball lab work Tony has done is great and the Snell was just a couple weeks ago. Here it is if you missed it, solid value option.

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23 hours ago, Lacassem said:

Welcome! What shafts were you looking at? Did you purchase anything due to a thread on here?

 

Thanks, Lacassem!

  I haven't purchased anything, yet, but I started looking at articles by searching keywords: "reviews+shafts+ Titleist 917 D3 (the head I have). One thing led to another here on the site, including me entering into a bid for testing a new TSi. Ha! The articles also turned my attention to the M.R. Tensei AV Raw shafts. As a result of further research, I'm now considering M.R. Tensei CK Orange 60 S-Flex or a Diamana Blue Board S-Flex.

   I currently have two sets of Diamana for both the D and the F3: Diamana D+ White S-Flex and Diamana Blue board, R-flex. The Whites are a bit too much of a low launch for most conditions I play--I'm looking to raise the trajectory a bit during a more deliberate swing. The Blue works great for me in the F3. 

   Before buying again, I'm going to try shortening the Diamana Blue R-flex for the driver to stiffen it up a bit, and see how that plays. As a regular ol' R-Flex, its whippy.

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10 minutes ago, O.T.B. said:

Thanks, Lacassem!

  I haven't purchased anything, yet, but I started looking at articles by searching keywords: "reviews+shafts+ Titleist 917 D3 (the head I have). One thing led to another here on the site, including me entering into a bid for testing a new TSi. Ha! The articles also turned my attention to the M.R. Tensei AV Raw shafts. As a result of further research, I'm now considering M.R. Tensei CK Orange 60 S-Flex or a Diamana Blue Board S-Flex.

   I currently have two sets of Diamana for both the D and the F3: Diamana D+ White S-Flex and Diamana Blue board, R-flex. The Whites are a bit too much of a low launch for most conditions I play--I'm looking to raise the trajectory a bit during a more deliberate swing. The Blue works great for me in the F3. 

   Before buying again, I'm going to try shortening the Diamana Blue R-flex for the driver to stiffen it up a bit, and see how that plays. As a regular ol' R-Flex, its whippy.

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4 hours ago, O.T.B. said:

Thanks, Lacassem!

  I haven't purchased anything, yet, but I started looking at articles by searching keywords: "reviews+shafts+ Titleist 917 D3 (the head I have). One thing led to another here on the site, including me entering into a bid for testing a new TSi. Ha! The articles also turned my attention to the M.R. Tensei AV Raw shafts. As a result of further research, I'm now considering M.R. Tensei CK Orange 60 S-Flex or a Diamana Blue Board S-Flex.

   I currently have two sets of Diamana for both the D and the F3: Diamana D+ White S-Flex and Diamana Blue board, R-flex. The Whites are a bit too much of a low launch for most conditions I play--I'm looking to raise the trajectory a bit during a more deliberate swing. The Blue works great for me in the F3. 

   Before buying again, I'm going to try shortening the Diamana Blue R-flex for the driver to stiffen it up a bit, and see how that plays. As a regular ol' R-Flex, its whippy.

Just be careful of swing weight when cutting down the driver length. Might need to some lead tape added to the head to keep it similar. Good luck on finding a new shaft.

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:titelist-small: 816 H1 21° Mitsubishi Diamana S+ Blue 70 Stiff Flex

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