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About DJPlourd

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  1. I just bought 2 dozen of the 3 piece balls (only ones available on the web site). We were in a store yesterday and I forgot to look to see if they had any in stock. I haven't decided if I want to start using them yet or wait until I go through the collection of balls I currently have. I think I'll play with the old ones this weekend and see how it goes. At the rate I lose them on a regular course (I usually play a par 3 course, and I can't hit my driver worth a crap) I'll probably have no choice about using the Costco balls before too long.
  2. I've played sporadically for years (2 or 3 times a year at best). This year I decided to make a real effort to play more so I could hopefully get better. I have an Apple Watch 2. I read as many of the golf app and comparison reviews that I could find. Some of them didn't support the Apple Watch, so I crossed them off my list (I don't call now which apps those were). I played around a bit with 18Birdies I didn't like it enough to even try it out for a round. I played a few rounds with TheGrint but overall I just wasn't impressed by it. I started using Golfshot which I really like. I paid for the Pro subscription which provides more functionality. I also briefly tried GolfLogix, which along with Golfshot is generally at or near the top in the comparison ratings. To me, Golfshot seemed much easier and intuitive to use versus GolfLogix. I'm sticking with Golfshot because it works for me. The only minor complaint I have is that sometimes trying to input scores on the watch can get a bit flaky. I always carry my phone so its not a big deal to me.
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