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  1. After getting cookie cutter responses from the customer service department I emailed the president of the company along with his assistant and didn’t even get an acknowledgment. Garmin is a POS company.
  2. I have met Camilo on several occasions and he is a genuinely nice and down to earth person. So sad. He’s one of the good guys on tour.
  3. To improve this unit, I would say better viewfinder, longer battery life, wake up faster and provide a better case. — so all the exact same things people complained about with the Z80.
  4. Don’t buy anything from Garmin. The Z80 was garbage and their customer support is even worse.
  5. Garmin is a POS company. I emailed them regarding an idea for the z80. Right now with the slope function on it only shows the adjusted yardage and not the raw number. All other brands show both. It would be an incredibly easy change to software. They were not interested. Garbage customer support and no customer engagement.
  6. Take it easy, Old Man Yells at Clouds. Go for a walk and enjoy the scenery. At a Muni where they don’t care wear whatever you like. Cargo shorts, joggers, jeans, spandex, speedos, whatever... On tour there should remain some sort of basic standard for attire. Those nasty A** things should not be on the list. They are essentially sweat pants. It’s damn tacky. I would love to see a few pics of you and your attire on course.
  7. I game an AD-DI in my Epic driver. I did a 3 wood fitting at TXG and ended up with a an AD-F in a g400.. it must have felt very similar to the DI because I liked it and it gave me great numbers.
  8. They are first class. Ian is exactly how he appears on video, genuine, patient, knowledgeable and friendly. They have really good staff there as well, Mac is great. Facility and products are high tech and modern. Their service great, very accommodating and they make sure you leave properly fitted even if it means staying a bit longer or coming back, they don’t treat the fitting like a rush through revolving door or a sales pitch. I really don’t know what else you could want in a fitter, and I’m pretty picky.
  9. No, NDC is out lost wandering around, no idea WTH is going on over there anymore. It’s such a big deal for Nike to sell on NDC as opposed to a retailer. I’ve heard retailer markup is 50% and Nike profits less than 10% so they should be trying hard to cut out the retailer.
  10. Try resting for a while till your heart rate comes back down. Makes a big difference.
  11. No one would be able to answer your questions accurately.
  12. I'm kind of the same right now, plateau'd with green and picking up a little with blue and red. My speed range between green and red is pretty narrow for whatever reason. I started noticing the same myself. I think it’s awsome. I’d rather see gains with the red club than the green.
  13. You are supposed to take a 90 sec break between sets to get your heart rate back down to normal.
  14. I started at 111-112 swing speed. Now in Week 6, I got on Trackman last night to check on my progress. Unfortunately, it just refused to read my swing speed. It got all other measurables (and also got swing speed for someone else). I don't know what the deal was, other than maybe pointed directly into the setting sun. But it had no problem with ball speed. I was consistently within 174-175 ball speed and hit 175.3, which is by far my highest reading ever. That would be 116.9 swing speed presuming 1.50 smash. Before this program, I was usually around 168 peaking at 171 (always with good sma
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