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  • Mark, Phoenix, AZ
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In My BELDIN Green Bay Packer 1999 Super Bowl Champions Bag  :  :ping: G410 Plus, Alta Red CB 55 SR Flex, GX-7 14º(acting as a 3 wood),  :ping:   G400 4H, 5H. Sr Flex,   :ping:  G400 6i Sr Flex, G-Max 7i. 9i Sr Flex , Glide 2.0  Wedges graphite SR Shafts (50º, 56º, 60º),  :ping: Putter: Cadence Mid-TR 350g :bridgestone: e12 for the items I try to hit on purposematte red, so I can see them. :footjoy: on my feet and hands, US Embassy-Singapore hat on my head (with PACKERS, Brewers or UW-Badgers hats as options).


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Joe    Punta Gorda Fl                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              I have Bushnell  Laser S-1                                                                                                                                                                                 

All good


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Robert E 

Jenkins KY 

bushnell Hybrid , Foresight quad for indoor and outdoors . 

The tech I use is basically my caddie , it helps me with course strategy, club selection tee to green . On the practice range it can shows me my weaknesses as well as my strengths . True gap testing is a lot easier when using technology. The better the caddie/tech the better my scores .

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JP Saylor, Lynchburg, VA

Phone app or friend with laser range finder

Love it!

SIM 9* Driver

Titleist 915f 15* 3 wood

Titleist 915h 19*

Mizuno JPX900 irons 4-P

Vokey SM8 52*, 56*, 60* wedges

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Bob from germantown, wisconsin.

Currently I pace yardages.

Technology is definitely great for golf. Game improvement clubs definitely has made the game more enjoyable. 

Getting yardages instantly will speed up my play and the green view looks great. Hopefully I will see breaks in the green I didn't see before. 

Thanks for the opportunity to be a tester.



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Clayton Conine, Corinth, TX, I use markers and sprinkler heads.  I think technology advances are good and I look forward to using it...

Driver:  Taylormade '16 9.5* M1 Fujikura XLR8 61 S RH

3 Wood: Cobra F7 14.5 Degree Aldila DVS Fairway 75X

5 Wood: Taylormade R15 17 degree Fujikura Speeder 67 S

Hybrid: Ping G400 3 Hyb 19 degree S

Irons: Titleist 716 AP2 4-PW Aerotek Steelfiber i110 cw S RH standard lie and 1* strong

Wedges: 50 Callaway MD 4, 54 Vokey SM5, 58 Callaway Forged

Putters: Oddysey White Hot #7 Fang, Scotty Cameron Futura Phantom Mallet, Callaway S2H2

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Just a reminder to all those entering that this opportunity is for golfers who don't currently use a GPS/Range Finder etc... for distances.  If that requirement is relaxed at some point then I'll throw my hat in the ring.  I have and still use one of the original SkyCaddie SG5's, but have gone through my fair share of tech from GPS APPS on my phone, ARCCOS to Nikon/Bushnell/Precision Pro Range finders.


What's In This Lefty's Bag?

Driver: :cobra-small: F8 9.5° Project X Even Flow Blue 65g shaft 

Fairway Woods: :cobra-small: F8 3W Project X Even Flow Blue 75g shaft

Fairway Woods: :cobra-small: F8 5W Project X Even Flow Blue 75g shaft

Hybrid: :titelist-small: 816H2 19°

Irons: :mizuno-small: MP-20 SEL Project X 5.5 shafts 5-PW

           :mizuno-small: MP-20 HMB Project X 5.5 shaft 4 Iron

Wedge: :cleveland-small: Tour Satin RTX 4 Wedges in 52° and 56° 2 Dot

Putter: :nevercompromise-small: Gray Matter TDP 2.2 32.75"

Bag: :1590477705_SunMountain: Three 5

Ball:  :titelist-small:  PRO V1X

RangeFinder:918457628_PrecisionPro: NX7 Pro

Social Media:

Facebook:   md golfhacker
Twitter:        @mdgolfhacker
Instagram:   mdgolfhacker

 Currently Testing: :skycaddie: LX5 Watch

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Kent Williams 

Greenville,  PA 

Right now I just used the good old "that looks like about x yards". Sometimes it is ok, a lot of times not so good.

I think technology has its place in golf as long as it follows the rules. I have been thinking about getting some type of gps or rangefinder. But, still haven't made the move.


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Mistake on location

Callaway Epic Driver 9*
Callaway Epic Flash 3w 

Callaway Epic 5w 

Callaway Epic Star 4H

PXG 0211 4-GW

Odyssey o works 7 putter

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Kerry Cole --- Huntsville, AL

Presently use the Voice Buddy 

I love the way technology has enabled golfers to excel in their game.. instant feedback is paramount to get better.. 

Best to all who try this item.. 

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  • Jim Roseville, CA
  • Laser Range Finder
  • I value the relationship if it makes golf more enjoyable for the general public.

Driver: Titleist TSi3 9.0*/Mitsubishi Tensei Raw White 75 x stiff
Fairway: Titleist TSi2 13.5*/Mitsubishi Tensei Raw White 85 x stiff
Hybrid/ Driving Iron: Titleist TS3 19*/ Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro White 100 x stiff
Hybrid/ Driving Iron: Titleist U510 Project X Hzrdus Smoke 90 x stiff
Irons: Titleist  T200 5-PW Nippon Modus Pro 120 Stiff
Wedges: Vokey SM8 48*F/ TT DG s200
Wedges: Vokey SM8 54*D/ TT DG s200
Wedges: Vokey SM8 58*D/ TT DG s200
Putter: Scotty Cameron Monterey 35"
Ball: Titleist Pro Pro V1

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  • Doug - Hazeltine, Chaska, MN
  • Range finder - Sprinkler heads. Use a Skycaddie for several years but found the range finder better as the old Skycaddie didn't provide enough green surround detail
  •  I am positve with technolgy. Adds interest, precision and SAVES time.
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Karlton   Aurora, IL

Bushnell v4 slope, various iPhone apps, traditional yardage books

Tech is a great upgrade to yardage books.  I want to use a stand alone device, which improves reading yardage books and this SkyCaddie looks to fit the part.

In my  :cameron-small: or MacKenzie golf baggolf bag:

:titelist-small: TSi2 11° Graphite Design Tour AD DI-6 stiff Tour Velvet grip A3 setting

:titelist-small:   TSi2 16.5°and 21° Graphite Design Tour AD DI-7 stiff Tour Velvet grip A4, A1 setting

:titelist-small:  T300 5-W (48°) Nippon Modus 3 Tour 105 stiff Tour Velvet grip 1.5° flat

:vokey-small:  SM8 52.12F and 58.10S Slate Blue Dynamic Gold stiff New Decade Multi Compound with BV Wings 1° flat

Scotty Cameron   2020 Special Select Newport 34"

:titelist-small:  ProV1x


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Lou, Tucson, AZ

Usually, since I  almost always walk, I get my yardage from sprinkler head yardage markers in the fairways, as well as the standard 200, 150 and 100 plates/markers .  However, really enjoy the carts with yardage markers on courses with which I am not familiar.  But, depth of greens can often be hard to determine -- could be one or two clubs.  That's where these devices are more helpful.

Technology has definitely improved the golf experience, from club and ball selection, swing analysis to yardage devices.  However, the expense of all these technologies reduces the cost/benefit ratio.   



Titleist drive (TS1)., Callaway Epic Star 5wood; MAVRIK hybrids, Callaway irons, Ping Sand wedge and Vokey 60* wedge.  Still using my Wilson 8813 and am looking for a new putter.  My wife's bag is all Callaway.  I retired from the USAF after 30 years and 17 moves --loved my career.

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  • Jeff, Southlake TX
  • My friend's Bushnell, yardage markers, and the golf cart's GPS
  • Exact yardages can help proficient ball-strikers. For me, it helps to know if the flag is on the front or back of the green and its depth. I can then approach high or low.

I can't remember if I posted here earlier. My apologies if this is a duplicate.

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My :1590477705_SunMountain: C-130 cart bag currently includes;

Driver: :srixon-small: z565 10.5*, Miyazaki Kaula Mizu 6 S-Flex
Fairways:  :callaway-small: X-Hot 15* & 18*, Project X PXv R-Flex
Irons: :benhogan-small:Apex Plus, 4-PW, Apex S4-Flex
Wedges: :cleveland-small: CG10; 50*, 54*, 58*, Dynamic Gold W-flex 

Putter: :odyssey-small: White Hot Pro Blade #2
Grips: Golf Pride MCC-Plus 4 & Lamkin UTx
Ball: Kirkland Signature 3-Piece 

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Nancy, San Diego


integral part

a. Ladies Flex/10-12 degrees loft/25"-27" (male equivalent)

b. Adjustable/Ladies Flex (male equivalent)

c. Right-Handed

d. San Diego

e. -18

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