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  1. I put in a fiberbuilt in my simulator room and have been hitting off of it for over 2 years now. Minimal wear and tear on the mat except for the plastic tee. You'll have to order replacement plastic tees off of the fiberbuilt website. No joint issues for me. I have suffered joint issues before in my younger years when i got a membership to a driving range in Mill Creek, WA. The mats were pretty hard and unforgiving. that is my only point of reference. You'll stand a couple inches above the floor. 9 foot ceilings are gonna be tight. How tall are you. If you are under 6' with less than a 45" driver you may be okay...but depends on your swing plane.
  2. I just got my Tyne 4 and it is easily the most stable putter I've ever rolled. Kicked the scotty blade out of the bag. One complaint is the putter cover. It's a half moon shaped cover and does not fit very snugly. The cover gets caught on the putter and I have to fiddle with it to make it go on. Anyone else have that issue? Otherwise it's the best putter i have ever owned!
  3. I am down to a +8 on The Golf Club 2019. My actual handicap is 8.5. Weird but I EXPECT to shot in the low 70's on the simulator but only go sub 80 every 1 out of 20 rounds in real life. Any advice on how to carry over would be invaluable!
  4. Performance is identical to the white PROV1 BUT you get an advantage in that you can track it easier on cloudy days. The yellow is easy to track and spot. But I do understand that some people just can't mentally deal with a color other than white.
  5. I have used my Uneekor simulator for 2 years now with minimal misread issues when using my Scotty Cameron blade putter. I recently purchased a TM Spider EX putter. The Uneekor will not register my putts. I make a swing and the ball just sits there as if nothing has happened. The top of my putter is white and I am thinking that might have something to do with the issue. Has anyone experienced/troubleshot this problem with their Uneekor? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
  6. I'm 6ft tall. You need at least 10 foot high ceilings to hit driver. My simulator upstairs is in an 18x13 room which is plenty of space for just a single person to practice. If you're hitting into a net I would think that 10 ft of width is enough and about 15 ft of length. I'm sure you can squeeze into a tighter space than 10x15 but then you would be messing with the mental part of your game .....am i going to hit the wall or not?
  7. Coyote Ridge greens were punched a couple months ago and are healing up very nicely. Greens are rolling true with good speed, too. Bunkers are still in terrible shape but new owners should be addressing that issue soon.
  8. Played Texas Star this past weekend. Greens were a bit slow and bumpy in some places. Slightly disappointed compared to my previous 5 or 6 rounds there.
  9. yes it does and I'm shooting terribly lately. I need to figure it out.
  10. I cut out sugar (white sugar, soda, cookies, cake) and also bread/pasta. The weight came off very quickly. I went from 192 to 173 in 3 weeks. I have been able to keep it off for the most part. I'll get into a cheat mode and the weight will spike up into the high 170's but as soon as I cut that sugar/carbs out the weight comes back off. I'm 48 for reference. It's 80% what you put in your body and 20% exercise. Cut out the McDonalds, Whataburger and Wendy's. Not to say that I have completely cut those delectable restaurants out of my diet but I have cut down to maybe once per week on my cheat day which is Mondays after a weekend of golf.
  11. I have a fiberbuilt hitting mat on top of my carpet and it hasn't moved 1 inch in 2 years. That fiberbuilt mat is HEAVY. and it is easy on the joints. I highly recommend it.
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