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Ryan Schnetzer, Macon, GA

I have not used a GPS device before. 
I currently use a laser range finder for distances. 

Mavrik driver

titliest 917 3 wood

titliest 3 hybrid

titliest T200 5-PW

SM 8 wedges: 45, 50, 55, 60

newport 2 putter 

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Jacob Pine- Southern California 

yes- I use Golfshot on the Apple Watch 

golfshot- however the app doesn’t work great for the Apple Watch and often times doesn’t update when you are at your ball. Where I live courses are crowded all the time and that means that standing there playing with the watch to get a yardage readout is a no go. I end up eyeballing it based on the yardage sticks (which not all the courses have). 

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Aaron Goldstein - Eden Prairie, MN

I have used a variety of rangefinders - all of which belonged to playing partners. I have also used the phone app 18Birdies.

Currently, I use the 18Birdies phone app which at least gives me a ballpark idea.

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Yasin Kodvavi - Houston, TX
Yes, Hole19, 18Birdies
Preferred method is Bushnell X2 Pro Rangefinder

Sent from my GM1910 using MyGolfSpy mobile app

:SuperSpeed: Training: 

Initial Driver Speed: 90 MPH

WITB: Fitting Location: Club Champion - Houston, TX 

Driver: :taylormade-small: M5 10.5 w/Tensei Orange 60 - Stiff

3 Wood/ 4 Hybrid: :taylormade-small: RBZ w/Aldila NV

4-PW: :titelist-small: T-100 w/ KBS Tour V - Stiff 

Wedges: :titelist-small: SM7 Vokey Wedges - 50, 54, 58 

Putter: :odyssey-small: O-Works #1

Ball: :bridgestone-small: Tour B

Rangefinder: Bushnell Pro X2 

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JT Dannhaus - Lake jackson, TX

I use the apps you can get on your phone and that plus walking out distances from the markers on the course is how I typically get my yardages. 

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Jacob P. Southern California 

yes- Golfshot on Apple Watch 

Golfshot- however the app doesn’t work well on the watch. Often times I pull up to my ball and the yardage readout is way off. The fix is restarting the app which on the crowded SoCal courses is difficult to do. When it’s not working yardage sticks are what I use, however not all courses have them. 

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  1. Ryan Holmquist - Phoenix, AZ
  2. I currently use the Shot Scope v2 and I have used earlier models of some of the Garmin products.
  3. I currently use both my Shot Scope and my rangefinder (Nikon Coolshot) on the course, depending on how familiar I am with the track. 

Phoenix, AZ

12 handicap

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