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  1. @El_Nino_AZ Bought from a fellow wrxer who said it was done at the scotty custom shop years ago. Believe that is how it got the yellow band on it but cant confirm 100%
  2. Damn this is awesome, if only it didnt have the face stamp youd be getting a pm. GLWS
  3. @GolfManCollin I've seen soooo many awesome custom shop ones, just wish it fit with my stroke :(
  4. Well winter is finally here in the northeast and looks like the golf season is pretty much over. Two scotty's up for sale today that just sit in my living room collecting dust, would rather see them go to someone who appreciates them more. I'm still searching for a dedicated backup to my daily gamer, so only trade would be for a newport 3. **GOLO 3 - SOLD** **STUDIO DESIGN 1 - SOLD** In pretty good condition for its age, sole shows wear but face/top/back look good . Really really wish i could have gamed this one and got the back of it customized with some dancing characters. One of the
  5. @mygolfkarma the screen is still holding up and operates up and down without any signs of an issue. The thing i like most by far is the ability to quickly put it away. Surprisingly most people dont even notice the screen when they come over which was always my concern prior to purchasing. I've timed how long it takes me to put the screen down, boot the skytrak and get into the range and in total its almost exactly 2 minutes, which you just cant beat. There are definitely a few drawbacks though. First, the extra layering for the screen they provide which covers the main impact area is loud as h
  6. Nice set up and in an apartment too. I'd be afraid of sh..k'g a shot into a window on the right, lol. I as well.... Thats a lot of brick :black eye: Haha yeah i was originally too at first but the screen sits 7 feet from the divotaction, so youd have to hit one of the worst shots of your life to hit it. I had a few beers the other night and hit one off the hosel of my 58* that still hit the main screen, so that made me feel a lot better Do you hit drivers in there? Isn't it really loud for neighbors? My main concern for my own future set up Yeah i do but not late at night. Luckily my a
  7. Nice set up and in an apartment too. I'd be afraid of sh..k'g a shot into a window on the right, lol. I as well.... Thats a lot of brick :black eye: Haha yeah i was originally too at first but the screen sits 7 feet from the divotaction, so youd have to hit one of the worst shots of your life to hit it. I had a few beers the other night and hit one off the hosel of my 58* that still hit the main screen, so that made me feel a lot better
  8. Thats one of my favorite features about this projector.Its able to run a variety of different ratios, 16:9, 4:3, native, and a few others. I run mine in 16:9 actually. Because of the angle and proximity of the screen, the most full picture was a keystoned 16:9 image as the 4:3 was too small actually. I couldve gone with either and changed the zoom though, but opted for the higher aspect ratio and adjusted from there
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