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  1. Maybe if you had a better understand of the concepts outlined in DECADE you would be single digits. If you chose better targets for your average swing your score is surely to go down. You should think like the best in the world regardless of physical skill level, otherwise you aren’t maximizing your current skill set. Your thinking is backwards IMO.
  2. How many golfers are there on the planet? And yes, if you are above 115 mph you are in the 99th percentile of speed. No one is disputing that. But the best golfers hit it the furthest. I'm a +3 handicap, play competitive golf, and have been around some of the best players in the world. The guys I regularly play with have above 110 club head speed. I realize that this is not the case for a lot of people. But I don't know many low handicaps that swing at 95 and play high level competitive golf. So to say that only 2 guys on this board are faster than the longest guys on the PGA TOUR is l
  3. I have been thinking about this for a long time. As someone who plays high level amateur golf competitively, I need equipment that will get the job done time and time again. I've always been a guy who likes to tinker, and try the latest and greatest. But after hooking up with a good club maker/fitter who knows his stuff really well, I'm beginning to look at equipment buying a lot differently. I've never been so comfortable with every club in my bag right now. Every club I have confidence in, and does exactly what I expect it do every time I swing it. I'm buying strictly for performance
  4. Agree 100%. Although I believe there aren't many good fitters out there. I think you need a few options to test on the course, or hit for a few weeks that are in the range of playable options before you really know what works for you. For example, I got fit for a driver a 9 months ago. I settled on one shaft during my fitting, knowing that I could reach out to the fitter/club maker and make tweaks if we needed to. Once I got comfortable with the new driver, it started drawing a little to much. I called the fitter back, explained what was going on, he sent me another shaft to try based on the s
  5. Here is the best way to approach tee shot strategy.
  6. I would not recommend using anything that is based on anything than mathematical probability. And there is so much information and statistical evidence on course strategy. Rich Hunt has done a lot of it. Scott Fawcett's DECADE system is the best system for breaking down tee shot strategy. He has a free video on YouTube that uses a decision tree to determine what club you should hit off of the tee. It is super simple to use. No matter the course, or type of hole, there is a mathematically correct way to play every hole based purely on probability. It will take guess work out of how you
  7. Lucas Wald. His results are great. His case studies speak for themselves.
  8. I have been looking into the C-Taper and have hit them and really like them. The feel is good, flight is good, etc... Currently I'm hitting the Modus 120x which is to high of a flight. Where does the X7 compare to these in the spectrum? When I got fit for the C-taper the x7 wasn't released and I haven't been able to compare them side by side yet but need to order a new set of irons quickly. Thanks.
  9. It was a no-brainer for me. He could charge $50/ month and it would still be worth it. I'm not super rich either. It will lower ANY golfer's score if implemented into their game. There is nothing like it. A lesson with the best teacher in the world isn't going to help you this much. No piece of new equipment or ANYTHING in golf will help a golfer's game more than DECAD But yet people spend more than DOUBLE the cost on ONE new club that won't shave even half of a stroke per round. For $200 your game is guaranteed to improve and actually shoot lower scores. Nothing else in the golf industry ha
  10. It was a no-brainer for me. He could charge $50/ month and it would still be worth it. I'm not super rich either. It will lower ANY golfer's score if implemented into their game. There is nothing like it. A lesson with the best teacher in the world isn't going to help you this much. No piece of new equipment or ANYTHING in golf will help a golfer's game more than DECAD But yet people spend more than DOUBLE the cost on ONE new club that won't shave even half of a stroke per round. For $200 your game is guaranteed to improve and actually shoot lower scores. Nothing else in the golf industry h
  11. Get the DECADE app. No statistical tracking app even comes close to the information and tracking software that Scott has developed. If you are serious about your game and want to improve, or play tournament golf, DECADE is the only answer.
  12. People wonder why we should scale back the ball? This is a massive joke to me how the TOUR promotes how far they hit it on these types of courses, or like when they are playing at 7200' of elevation like in Mexico. But the average Joe see's that 489 number and thinks that they are some type of gods when it comes to how far they hit it. It's not going 489. Like you said, its massively downhill, firm, and fast. People are enamored with the number of the drive, but in reality on a flat tee shot with average tour roll, it goes his average of about 310, which isn't astronomical by any means. If
  13. I find this to be the case generally for most golfers. Why do you think this is? It goes to my example as taking a lesson and a few days later being completely lost and trying to find it. Why do you think this takes place? More golfers than not have this experience, whether it's on GolfWRX or golfers that I've had the chance to talk to over the years playing and meeting people through playing tournaments.
  14. I love this reply. I think it hits the nail on the head for a lot of golfers. I've thought about this for a long time, lets say you do the boring, repetitive work it takes to have a great swing, or be an awesome putter. Whatever it is, if you could say 9-12 months from now all you had to do was maintenance work and just be able to play golf without a swing thought or be working on something significant, would you do it? I think about this daily... and guess what, if I would have committed to this a year ago, I'd be starting this season with the swing i've always wanted and be the player I
  15. Information dont mean proper nor correct. I know why golfers struggle and why its not really helping people. Today a student hit 20% longer with the golf instruction I developed. single advice adding 25 yards for someone else the list can go on. Your only stuck if you have the wrong bad information. Secret safe Fair enough. I agree with your points. But there is no one secret to a good golf swing. And lets say that your said student improved during the lesson and walked away confident that he changed. We have all been there, walking away from a lesson hitting it better than we ever have
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