Kirkland Signature balls. They are returning to the shelves, but are sold out as soon as they get in. It might be a while before people stop buying and hoarding them.
They play really well, and I like the few I have.
Very funny. . .
The thing I want to know is how should I determine the optimal swing and club I should choose based upon the LM readings? Do I try hundreds of things until I get something with the least dispersion over different operating conditions? I really have no idea how to use this data. . .
I agree, that's my likely club to use from 50 yards as well. Looks like a 1/2 to 3/4 effort should get me in the ballpark. What about 60 yards, then 70 etc? And of course how to I control my pitch shots? So far, it seems like I'd need to hit one shot on the course first then make my actual shot. It's like I need to practice on the course constantly to get the right "feel" for the right distances. I'm trying to figure out a way to do it so I'm at least in the ballpark like +/-10 yards coming in cold. I hate it when my partners hit within 10 yards from 150 or more yards then I can't get inside them from 40 to 80.
What kinds of numbers would look look good from the LM?
A friend purchased a 65* wedge with very wide sole after watching one of the infomercials on TV. All it did for him was pop the ball straight up in the air, (when he didn't skull it), and got no distance. Money better spent elsewhere. (IMHO).
I am kind of weird I guess, I carry my Ping 25 GW which is 50* but I use a Fourteen 52* for most of my work around the greens. I know, I know, I should give up the GW but it came with the set and I do use it sometimes. Go figure, I guess whatever works for you and you feel comfortable with.....