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  2. New clubs and bag came in today! Haven’t ordered the new driver or wedges yet but will be. Current WITB DR-GBB Epic white board 70gr x-stiff 3w-410 set at 16 degrees black even flow 75gram stiff 3 hy- 410 set to 19 degrees black even flow 85 gram stiff 4-U- i210 green dot 3/4” long DG S300 SW 54 degrees green dot DG 120 S300 LW 58 degrees green dot DG 120 S300 Putter- Odyssey Stroke Lab 7s 35” Bag- Ogio Shadow Fuse stand bag Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I have the SS sticks but not the swing speed meter. I feel they have helped gain some swing speed in my game, more importantly I'm able to get a good stretch in daily when using them. As with most golf trainers, if used daily as recommended you'll see the advantages.
  4. I haven’t but would love to give it a shot. It’s helped Phil in a big way.
  5. Has anybody worked with SuperSpeed sticks? A pretty favorable article at MyGolfSpy.
  6. Are these natural sand dunes?
  7. Christian Henning

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    Still amazed by this place... it's special.
  8. Tom Clark

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    18 at augusta
  9. Tom Clark

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    #18 fairway at Augusta in 2019 - can't see the slope, but it is uphill all the way
  10. Tom Clark

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    Molinari on 14 during Wednesday practice round.
  11. Tom Clark

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    2019 Masters must have breakfast - Pimento and Cheese and Egg Salad - Still $1.50 each
  12. Tom Clark

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    #18 at Augusta
  13. Tom Clark

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    #16 at Augusta - if you look close, you will see ball wake from skipping - shot hit by Molinari
  14. Tom Clark

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    Masters 2019 - Pimento and Cheese and Egg Salad - only $1.50 each
  15. Tom Clark

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    Francesco Molinari on 14 green at Augusta
  16. Tom Clark

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    #18 fairway at Augusta
  17. Tom Clark

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    #15 at Augusta - Molinari practicing different hole locations - I guess he should have done some GTG and envisioned his drive in the fairway rather than the pine straw right on Sunday.
  18. There's a special ingredient that hardly anyone talks about... and in today's world, we are short on it. In fact, I think we are facing the extinction of this trait personally if we don't act now. And this ingredient bleeds over into everything we do in life... causing us more issues than need be. The ingredient is FOCUS. If you own a cell phone, you know what I'm talking about. The mobile devices we lug around everywhere are more precious to us than water or our basic needs. The phone is prioritized above all else because we have to be ACCESSIBLE IN A MOMENTS NOTICE. It's ridiculous. Most of us are of the age that we recall never having a cell phone. If you weren't home when someone called, they left a message and went about their business. You try that today, people are going to call 911 and send out search parties. They want an instant result. And we are trained like Pavlov's dog to respond immediately. FOCUS! Look around the gym, folks are on their phones reading texts and watching things and not paying attention to the weights in front of them. Put that shiz in airplane mode and turn on some music and GO. Everyone wants the latest exercise fad or tool and they want to try new crap all the time. That does nothing. It's exercise ADD... and it's the same as not paying attention to every rep of your workouts. Get SERIOUS if you want results. Dialing in with focus is what delivers big results. Pay attention to what you do and you will reduce risk of injury too. Be aware of how the muscle feels, your form, alignment and that your body is in perfect alignment for every exercise. If you are busy Facebooking it's impossible to give your best effort. I think everyone can wait 45 minutes until you are done. Sloppy form and lack of focus can bite you right in the arse. Take a 45 minute mental break and hit that workout with focus and intensity today. Train harder with smart programming and perfect execution. That's how you drive the ball longer and make gains and remain injury free. Chris
  19. I found this chart that I'm using as a basis to find some more distance. My goal is 100 mph. Looking forward to the Power and Distance Challenge.
  20. Distance assessment complete. I had to use a Trackman due to weather and only used carry distance.

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