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  1. I was always curious about the sizing on these. I'm a natural 12.5 in nike basketball/running shoes but can get away with wearing size 12's or 13's for casual shoes. In my opinion, if i'm going to spend that much on a pair of kicks they better fit perfectly. Wish the jordan's weren't so limited that I can at least physically try on a pair before deciding
  2. Just purchased a clicgear 4.0 a couple months ago and found it works pretty good with my ping pioneer bag. The bag is pretty light and holds everything i need. The only 2 issues i have with it is i wish it had a dedicated putter slot and it can tip over sometimes depending on how I load it up and if the ground isn't perfectly level. Not really looking to upgrade my bag anytime soon but if I did, i'd probably go with an SM c130 or a titleist 15. Love my 4.0 cart... there were plenty of times i sent it forward down a hill without it tipping over. Wish i had bought one sooner in fact
  3. i usually wear bucket or boonie hats in the summer for the brim protection. I have golf specific ones but i like wearing the cheapies you can buy off of amazon as i'm going to sweat through them no matter what and don't mind washing those or throwing them away after awhile. In fact, I'll often wear a regular mesh baseball cap to the course but I'll switch to the camo boonie i keep in my bag after the first few holes
  4. Shanking any approach shot into the water or OB when you have a chance at birdie or better... especially when your other shots into the green on other holes were pretty good SMH Oh and when i first started playing golf, having to buy a 2nd box of balls at the turn because you lost most of them in the front 9
  5. 2012 scotty select newport, 34.5" that's probably not going away anytime soon. Next oldest is a vokey SM4 64* wedge. It's barely used but i can't seem to kick it out of my bag due to always seeming to need it at least once or twice a round and not really needing anything else at the top of my bag
  6. 1. What is your nearest Titleist fitting location, search HERE- Chardonnay Golf Course, Napa, CA 2. City and State? Fairfield, CA 5. Handicap? 19 4. Current Driver Setup? Titleist TS2 9.5, HZRDUS Smoke Black 6.0 @45.5” 5. Where you fit for your current driver? No 6. What TSi head do you want to test? TSi2 9.0 7. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Of course!
  7. i finally found one at retail price so i jumped on it. I was actually using a 2 wheel pull cart after the courses reopened around here. Let's just say i'm very impressed with the clicgear over my old option. It rolls pretty effortlessly and feels really solid/well-made. However, my buddy who i play during our AM back-9 rounds has a 3.0 and I can't really say the 4.0 is that much of an improvement. If I had the chance to buy a lower priced 3.5 i think i would get that instead of the 4.0 especially after i found out they pretty much use the same replacement parts and accessories. I also agree wi
  8. City, State? Fairfield, CaliforniaHandicap? 17Current Putter? Scotty Cameron Select 2012 NewportBiggest struggle when putting? distance controlWhat model Huntington Beach SOFT Premier putter would you like to test? #4 would be nice at 34.5"Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and high quality photos? YesDo you agree to write a review of the putter on Cleveland's website? Yes
  9. Totally agree about the subscription aspect. I have the first smart caddie sensors and have I don’t have to pay an annual subscription (the first time being an early adopter worked in my favor). I had a buddy who was interested in getting it too until he found out about the yearly fees
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