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  1. Yes. Simply install the Mevo app on two different phones with different FlightScope usernames.
  2. I am on Evolvr since I started playing golf in 2013 (3 years and 6 months), never been to a real PRO in person. Went from shooting 120 to mid 70. I still see there is a potential to improve based on instructions given from Evolvr.
  3. So i have been there. A guy watched my swing on flightscope and told me: I do not need a driver with fitting right now. I should buy any cheap driver, first learn how to play it and than buy a one with fitting. I should start play with driver in training rounds. He told me shaft should be standard or 0.5 inch longer and flex s. I should also buy a hybrid. Grip is standard with 1 stripe. Wedges are ok, maybe I should consider a 58 or 60 degree with 10 or 12 bounce. So the biggest surprise was when I tried titleist cameron putter for the first time in my life. That was such a difference. So I did not buy anything. But it was worth the effort.
  4. Hi, I have my first fitting session with a PRO tomorrow. I just want to know some tips what to buy from you guys. I have a budget roughly 1000 Euros and I would like to know how to spend it. I was 15 handicaper last year from 26 handicaper in 2013, but this is going to change as I practiced almost every day past several months. Right now I have this putter: http://www.amazon.de/Longridge-Golf-Putter-ONE-Ball/dp/B000L0NDNK/ref=pd_cp_sg_3 and I hate it. I bought it on Amazon when I started playing golf 5 years ago just to have something. I bought Titleist 735cm (yes, from 2005) irons from eBay with 50, 54 and 58 Vokeys 3 years ago. These are also very used. I do not have a driver right now. And I also have used Taylormade R7 CGB MAx. The fitting center offets putter fitting and driver/irons fitting. So the question is: Should I buy a fitted driver and fitted putter or should I buy a set of irons? Should I buy driver, 3-wood and fairway wood? Or should I build a putting/chipping green at the backyard? P.s. I have a PRO session every week so I do not need to invest money there. Here are my statistics on golfshot: http://golfshot.com/members/0370124780/statistics
  5. I've been Playing Golf for: 3 years My current handicap index or average score is: 23.6 My typical ball flight is: fade The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: I am not able to produce draw with any club Videos:
  6. Hi all, I was wondering whether there is a online tool like the golfplanpro.com from Azinger, basically something what should be like my personal PRO and check my progress to fulfill my goal e.g. become a single hcp. thanks
  7. Hi, I am really new to the game of golf, 2012 would be my second season, but there is a one thing I was wondering about lately. I read that usual distance for example sand wedge is abou 100 yards - more or less. Depends on player. But I tried it the other day on the driving range and couldn't fly over 50! Even if I tried my full swing. Am I missing something?
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