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G-off

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About G-off

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    newport news, va.

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  • Handicap Index
    16.2
  • Handedness
    Righty

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  1. @iacas, are you uploading to your mac? Mine won't even open the transfer app since the update to catalina, I agree i'm sure they aren't working on updating it I know its a pain in the a#@ to try and use my iPhone to look at al the numbers.
  2. Got a reply about the transfer app on the mac, they say they are aware of the problem with catalina going to 64 bit and they are still working on the upgrade from 32 to 64, it was good to get a quick reply although no timeframe when the transfer app may be updated. At least I can use it on my phone again
  3. @Missouri Swede, on my mac, I have been uploading via my phone thanks to your work around, now the whole thing has gone out, suddenly the unit can't even sync with my phone and have reset the unit and still no luck, really just curious if cs ever gets back to me, reloaded the app on the phone and still no luck only had the unit about 18 months. Just becoming frustrating dealing with it.
  4. just updated to catalina 10.15 have been uploading via bluetooth to my iPhone and then transferring to mac from iPhone, newest iOS doesn't seem to support the app on mac. also have been having sync problems with belt unit to phone deleted and reloaded app and no luck, last time customer support to hard reset my phone and see if that helps........
  5. back at it with the latest iOS update, emailed them months ago about it being incompatible with iOS and the answer was the coding is very hard to work with.......my last email was in may and I never even got a response, love the product but they are very frustrating to try and deal with.
  6. I've played the last 3 years, as a 16 I won't see you on the course, yes it's fun and semi competitive, they do a good job of keeping sandbaggers out although I played last year in the 16-18 handi group and it's amazing how many guys can hit a 5 iron 220 off the tee and shoot exactly their cap.....all in all it's really fun and have met some great people if you're going shoot me a message before you go and we can try to meet up at some point.
  7. Hi all, had my first true putter fitting this past week at the new club champion in va. beach. First a shout out to Caleb for a first rate and informative time. Arrived at the store and Caleb just talked abut my game and my expectations for a few minutes, he explained how the fitting would go and how the sam putting lab works. Took my gamer and measured loft and lie . Had me roll a few with my gamer to get warmed up, then the fun began. Got calibrated with the sam and rolled 7 putts from 10 feet, I hit five of seven with both misses being right. We looked at the sam results and determined my length 32 inches was spot on, I'm an old school croucher over the ball. After that found out that I aim 3.2 degrees open at address, might explain a lot of right misses, also that I swing up 1 degree on contact. Stroke is very slight arc. He then bent a ping voss anser to my specs 67 lie 1 deg loft and had me roll a combination of putts from different distances. I was amazed how much of a difference changing the specs just a bit made. During the fitting I hit pretty much every putter they had as I was recommended a blade and have always played anser style putters stuck with slight toe hang putter. Needless to say I am a believer in the sam lab fitting process.
  8. ^^^this, moving up is fine that is unless its tournament time, I can get around 6-6200 depending on layout but go play where its 6500 and it becomes really tough. Played last year as I was at the top of my age group with 22 year olds that were in my handicap group hitting 5 irons 220 off the tee hard to compete with that. This same tournament has 30+ caps playing the same distances, seems there would be an easier way.
  9. I played 7 over then weekend with 10* gaps and found that was a bit too much, I have found 7-8* between irons works best for me. as far as feel player or not I have always played a gap wedge that I have used from 110-20 yards. I guess the best advantage is working on half and 3/4 shots hitting shots instead of trying to hit numbers. And to confuse the minimalist thing even more I'm also playing single length irons
  10. I've been playing with 8 since the first of the year and am seeing the hc starting to dip, minimalist from here on out for me
  11. are those the father of the cleveland vas irons?
  12. Had a new marshal at a local muni near me approach our group on the second hole tee box asking what the problem is? I pointed to the two carts coming out of the woods about 75 yards in front of us and he just shook his head went over to them told them to let us play through, and pick up the pace. Never saw that guy again...........
  13. And I thought some of golf was social?
  14. Definitely a mudder, truly evens the game out for me and I don't mind the weather at all, some of my playing partners fall apart when the rain starts to fall!
  15. I think length is the first and foremost part of this, always played 33 inch since it was the shortest usually available, did a quick fitting with ping and determined 31.5 gets me where I should be over the ball. Funny thing I can swing just about anything decently mallet, blade other than heel shafted equally. I spent a lot of time and $ trying the next big thing and really found out that for me length was more important than anything else. My .02
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