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  1. Yes, you can use it w/o a watch. Here is a link with the details on how to use tge app. There are also some YouTube videos as well. https://help.v1sports.com/en/articles/4112475-how-to-track-shots-with-v1-game
  2. The Mizuno M-Craft 6 is a great fang putter with great feel off the face.
  3. This is purely a personal preference, but I would order it at 42” and test. Depending on the results simply cut it down as needed if you want it shorter.
  4. Check out the PXG 0317 X GEN2 hybrid. Paired with a Ventus blue hybrid shaft has been money for me. It's been anti-left and does have a smaller footprint. Best of luck.....
  5. As does @Sons_of_Pitches :)... I loved the driver so much I ended up pulling the trigger on the 3W and 5W. Paired with the Ventus blue (driver) and Ventus red (FW) they have been the best woods I have owned. Best driving year I have ever had and hitting the FW off the deck or tee is super easy.
  6. I recently changed the grip on my 2018 Fastback to a SS Flatso 3.0 w/ a 25g counter weight and using 25g weights in the head at 34" and it feels perfect to me.
  7. Yes, they are a little pricey, but they are my favorite sport sock as well.
  8. I use the same mount and as the OP has stated, it works great and still allows you to use a regular scorecard if you wanted to as the device flips up giving you access to the scorecard. My only compliant is that I found in this hot summer heat my iPhone overheats on occasions from the phone being on the steering wheel and the sun beating down on it vs placing it in the golf cart cubby hole and it being shadded from the sun.
  9. @Mr. Grumpy - check out the socks from Balega specifically their hidden comfort no-show socks. Awesome socks and your feet will thank you. They are super comfortable.
  10. I hit both the mid-lock and regular length 11v today. They are ok feel wise. No complaints but nothing to write home about either. Both felt a little on the light side from what I am used to. They only had the 40 in stock and I think I will need it in 39’” or if I can get it customized in 38”
  11. Anyone using left hand low with this setup? If so, how does it feel? I would think it may feel better with this style putter over a traditional grip. I’m thinking of picking one up in 38” or 39” as I like to choke down all the way to the end of the grip.
  12. It is certainly possible. When you turn down the loft you are essentially opening up the face, which could then further add to your slice problem and cause it to go even further right.
  13. Same boat here in No. VA - high humidity. I was a Titleist Players customer for a really long time (loved the feel but they don't last very long and are expensive), then tried the Hirzl Golf Trust Control 2.0 for a few months and it was OK, but didn't last as long as I thought they would. Due to the humidity and the amount of rounds I'm playing and practicing I have moved on to the Finger Ten Rain gloves based on some recommendations from this forum. They have been great gloves and appear they will last and were only $15 for two --- sold, sold, sold!
  14. 100% correct. I really did try many of them and the G425 had the most correction.
  15. I would say yes it is. I went this route and have been really happy and hitting many more fairways. I loved the driver so much I ended up getting both the 3W and 5W in the SFT models as well. That said, the stock settings had way to much over correction for me. I went from worrying about the right side of the course to the left side - lol. So, I ended up turning down the loft a 1.5* from 10.5 to 9* which opens the face. I also removed the stock weight and replaced it with a 6g lighter weight (23g to 17g) and then had 7g of hotmelt added to it in a neutral spot to get the headweight back up
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