I bought the Mevo and I didn't know you had a link. I saw it on the thread for Black Friday specials. The Mevo+ was just a little more than I wanted to bite off but if I get crazy I will use your link no questions asked!
Yeah, c'mon man, that's just dumb. Hell, some of the earlier outbreaks were caused by ventilation, which would move the air from one table past a bunch of other tables before getting to the vent.
No it isn't. And what are you doing that you and some infected person aren't "moving" the air around. You're standing perfectly still? Even your breaths aren't causing any sort of movement of the air? You're not moving from place to place?
And the air is always moving. I said "Brownian movement" before. Look it up or something.
There's no such thing as a "100' x 100' space outdoors.
I just picked up a Mevo with their Black Friday deal. I researched the hell out of it before I bought it. Andrew Jensen (You Tube pro golfer) has some good content around it. I am mainly interested in flighting my wedges and really dialing in the distances.
2) No. Save your money and get something worth getting. I probably wouldn't buy anything less than a skytrak or a used gc2. I've heard decent things about the mevo though.
3) It's a useful metric, but not necessary. You can probably feel whether you hit it solid or not. Data points I find very helpful are: ball speed, start line, spin axis, and club head speed. I didn't list launch angle, backspin, or carry as I find that when I have ball speed, spin axis, and start line in order, everything else seems to fall in place. Club head speed is useful if you want to keep track what what you're putting into it and if you're seeing any gains.