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  1. It’s your money but I really think you’ve got the wrong approach. You shouldn’t be working on “a few issues” at a time. It takes PGA tour players quite a while just to make one change. It’s fine to get a breakdown of the most pressing issues but that can done in one lesson. But you should work on the most pressing issue identified by the instructor and plan on spending a significant amount of time working on it (think way beyond a couple weeks). And if you are trying to get better, you need to be thinking and taking a long term approach instead of a short term approach.
  2. I would be a bit hesitant about scheduling visits every 10 days. IMO you need more time working on things on your own before going back for follow ups.
  3. I agree. But a drawback of either online approach is you may need someone beside you to physically help you make the movement change in the beginning so you can begin to groove it on your own time. That first one can be tough or tricky through any sort of online platform even if you’re doing a “live online” lesson.
  4. You won't be disappointed. It's a great option and way better than going with someone in person who is just average. When he started this during COVID last year I signed up for the improvement plan. That summer I broke par for the first time and got my first hole in one. Just put in the time and enjoy the ride!
  5. Sorry for your loss! Condolences and best wishes to your entire family during this time Monte!
  6. Doesn’t look like you can wait to try it from the Link if you have one ordered but haven’t received it. I think the 45 days free start from date of order or receipt of the sensors.
  7. I think the 45 days free trial starts from the day you order or receive them. If that’s true, then anybody wanting to try it with a link they ordered but haven’t gotten yet will be out luck
  8. I think you’re going to be disappointed if you think you’re never going to have to edit Arccos. None of them are perfect.
  9. Anybody here buy the 2nd generation sensors? How long do they last? Trying to decide what to do since i just bought a 2nd generation set that includes the $99 caddie features for free for as long you have them. If you have a sensor go bad and get a replacement, do you at that point have to start paying the $99 yearly to continue using? This is pretty tempting, but it looks like you have to continue to pay the $99 yearly for continued use. Not sure what direction to go...
  10. Curious how long the 2nd generation sensors have lasted for those of you who’ve bought them. I just got a 2nd generation set that includes the caddie features for no extra charge for as long as they last. Debating what to do since it looks like you have to do the $99 subscription to keep using the sensors after the 45 days.
  11. I guess the difference here is 45 day trial of Caddie feature instead of the 1 year if you buy them normally.
  12. Anyone eIse starting to wonder if the OP is associated with what he’s promoting?
  13. I’m curious which Apple Watch you’re using. I’d also be curious to hear reports on the Link. They did announce an update that they’re stroked gains can now be leveraged against different levels of golfers.
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