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  1. I wanted to get an inexpensive portable launch monitor for my garage so I can see what my ball flight looks like. The one from Rapsodo looked like the best bang for your buck (if you have an Apple product) I wanted to see some sort of side spin otherwise it was useless to me and it wasn't clear if it showed that with indoor use. I had a chat with a representative there this am and she said it will show a positive or negative for left and right dispersion. the one thing I did not ask was will it tell you how far left or right your ball went. I 'll go ask that now. Also as of this morning i
  2. I think RI_Redneck is right but we know that's not possible. I guess I'll have to hit them and see. I'm also going to try the TM 770. One thing I don't think I understand is workability. I an iron has more offset will that not make it easier to draw the ball? ( but harder to fade)
  3. Upon reading this Maltby chart I find it interesting. My current JPX 900 forged are 438 points ( conventional) Yet the 919 tour is is 433 point and conventional as well. The 919 forged are 619 points (game improvement) This is quite shocking to me to see no difference between the 900 forged and 919 tour but a big difference between the 919 forged and the 900 forged. Wish the 921's were listed.
  4. That is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks!
  5. Looking at the Mizuno MP-20 and JPX921 sel irons. I wonder what the difference is in forgiveness and how do you measure it? Any ideas?
  6. I’ve hit the Mizuno sel and quite liked them. I’m curious about the P770 from TM. I’m not sure new less forgiving irons will be improve my game but maybe with the extra feel. as far as forgiveness goes, I wonder how much difference there would be between the JPX 900 and the sel or 770?
  7. I've decided I want to venture into a blade style iron instead of always thinking I can't hit them. I'm a 10 handicap and thanks to 18 birdies I can finally see what I've been doing wrong. I have the Mizuno JPX 900 now and they are fine but not much for the "feel" aspect. I'd really like to get the MP-20 SEL but not sure about the blade version 5-pw and the MMC by Mizuno doesn't come in left hand. What are some suggestions you have from other manufacturers?
  8. Lost my first match 1 down. was a great match and we both played well. Couple silly mistakes on my part. I tied up the match on 17 leading us to the par 5 18. it's under 500 yards dogleg left, normally a big cut for me being left handed works well. This time it was too much but i still got on the green in 3. His second shot was from 150 yards, lol. he lipped out his eagle putt and that left me to make birdie from 15' to take it to a playoff hole. I hit a great putt but it lipped out as well. I've played that course a few times now so my next match is Monday there vs a guy who is a 14 and norm
  9. I’ll have to check what my driver is set at, and lessons have been helping big time. i was able to demo the M4 since it’s used and I can take it to the range tonight and on course tomorrow.
  10. I’ll have to check what my driver is set at, and lessons have been helping big time. i was able to demo the M4 since it’s used and I can take it to the range tonight and on course tomorrow.
  11. Been playing my current driver Cobra King Ltd pro since new. Distance is good but I struggle hitting it straight. Some of it is obviously me but I believe it is also a fade bias head. Went to the golf store and tried out a couple TM drivers to see what the numbers would say. I hit a used M4 a new M2 and mine. All stiff flex 9.5 loft. i did find the two TM’s were easier to hit straighter or maybe even a draw. Although they have standard size grips vs my midsize. Not sure if that could make a difference or not. im attaching a picture of the average shots from the three. Purple is the M4, Red is
  12. That’s some solid advice! He works at the course we are playing and I was a member there last year. Greens are quick and undulating. It’s not long but fairly tight so Driver will only come out on a couple holes if need be. Monday morning is the match.
  13. I entered a match play handicapped tournament. I’m a 13 and my first opponent is a 0. Needless to say I’m going to have to play lights out to beat this guy. Any suggestions to prepare and get off to a hot start and keep it going?
  14. llewloo7 Short game is king indeed. My ball striing has been terrible forever and putting and chipping have been the only reason I shoot in the 80's. Using a few drills I feel my ball striking is improving and I will never slack on the short game. Here's hoping single digits happen this year!
  15. I'll look that book yo MountainGoat. i decided to hit the range after work and work on a drill I was taught to keep the arms and body connected. (Which has been my biggest ball striking issue) Started out hitting half shots and then longer. Once I felt confident I hit the ball like I was playing. Seemed to work well tonight, I've used this drill before with some success so I'll stick with it. When my swing got out of hand again I went back to the drill and things came around. I think I'll stick to this plan as it's been the most successful so far.
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