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  1. 1/2" over standard. Not crazy. Actually, should add I play Lamkin Crosslines in oversize.
  2. Same here, except I can't figure out some of the wipes he hits. Like, hard right of Limbaugh. I can't fathom how a swing like that can produce some of the rights I've seen from it.
  3. Thought I would add that my Ping G400 Max driver that I hit really well has a calculated swing weight of D7! It has an ALTA CB 55g Stiff shaft with a Jumbomax Ultralite grip. So, it is a counter-balanced (high balance point) shaft...
  4. Thanks again. There were no "R" in the serial, so that was my guess. I appreciate the confirmation! Do you have a secret "decoder ring" for the whole serial? This was my guess: 31 was a batch number; SG - Sensicore Gold TGLD - Tri-Gold ISJ3 - No clue except S is for stiff flex
  5. Is anyone out there an average joe playing their irons with swing weight of D5 or higher? I got fit for irons at Club Champion. My SS with 6-iron was 80-82 mph. As the fitting went on, I could feel the overall weight of clubs I was trying get heavier. The fitter said in his opinion, my best combo of distance and dispersion came at D5 swing weight and D6 for wedges! At the time, I kind of brushed it off... A couple of weeks ago, I found 56 and 60 wedges in storage. They were slightly longer than I normally play, but definitely heavier. Took them to the range, choke
  6. I wouldn't say NTC is "abridged." I would say it's a few select core pieces from Efficient Swing that fit together into a swing "system." Think "Stack and Tilt" just not as dogmatic. Also, Monte has said the core pieces of NTC serve to "zero out" several key measurements of swing models of many pros. That is, it allows amateurs to achieve key swing measurements of pro players. These are the kind of measurements picked up by Boditrak (pressure shift), Hackmotion (wrist and hand movements), and GEARS (club and body dynamics).
  7. Yesterday, Bushnell announced they will release a LM co-branded with Foresight sometime this fall. That piques my interest. A couple of weeks ago, Garmin announced upcoming release of the R10, a doppler-based radar for a price tag of $600 plus a $100 annual subscription fee. But, the cheesy "first release" review videos I've seen set the G10 up for a big fall. Also, I'm just not seeing how estimated spin is going to work.
  8. Anytime you have limited flight (short indoor or indoor modes) the stickers will provide more accuracy. And, hitting into a net outdoor still requires use of short indoor or indoor mode. Stickers are not necessary for long indoor or outdoor mode. Also, MEVO+ is nice for use at the range because you can set the ball type to "range ball" so it will adjust estimates of carry and spin. At the range, I separate my bucket between the true range balls and any "real balls" I get in the bucket. Then, adjust MEVO+ ball type when I hit the real balls. It really is amazing.
  9. I'm lefty playing right-handed. There is no disadvantage on any of the key movements. I maintain a strong grip to help transition from Cast A through Cast B.
  10. "Kool aid" comment about pro-Maltby posts in a Maltby thread Plus: Passive-aggressive tone when no one criticized you Equals: Welcome to ignore
  11. I took time to look at Sub 70. The iron designs are nice, with comparable prices to Maltby. But, the wedges are double, almost triple, the price of a Maltby wedge. Hard pass...
  12. I can't get near the gas pumps when I go. Lines are usually 3-5 cars deep! The one here in Des Moines is on the Southwest part of town. They are building one about 3-4 miles from me, with expected completion of fall 2022.
  13. Played Stone Creek about five years ago on a windy day. Course was in great condition and tough. After the round, my playing partner and I ducked into the U of I team clubhouse. It was amazing. The front room is like a huge living room with cathedral ceilings, two fireplaces, sofas and lounge chairs for studying. A huge indoor putting green occupied one of the rooms. I think the other rooms housed hitting bays presumably with launch monitors and simulators. Really cool setup for the kids!
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