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KoHo

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About KoHo

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    Henderson, NV

Your Golf Game

  • Handicap Index
    12.5
  • Handedness
    Righty
  • GAME Golf Username
    emc2kh

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  1. The majority of the time I play is in full sunlight all year. A buddy of mine wears the regular golf lenses and when I tried them on, I just thought they were too bright for me in full sunlight. Overcast days would have been perfect though. The golf dark lenses are just slightly darker and that's why I chose them. I can also still see fine when playing late rounds at sunset.
  2. I've been wearing the dark golf lenses for a couple years now.
  3. Well I've officially blown threw the front net piece. Good thing is the main net looks good so the whole double net thing is definitely working...
  4. Depending on their location, I'm sure those small impressions could be filled by TIG welding without overheating the putter head. You'd just need to find out what type of steel (probably some sort of 300 series stainless) you are working with then grind/sand/polish to match the surrounding finish.
  5. Notice the copious amount of impact marks on that thing. It takes a lickin and keeps on tickin...I use this because I can hit it multiple times without needing to readjust it.
  6. I bought a small sheet of polycarbonate at Home Depot, 8"x10", to place behind my ball for feedback on my mat. It was like 5 bucks. It is held in place by tees. You definitely know when you hit a fat shot...
  7. Well I got a surprise in the mail yesterday.... My replacement tag finally came after requesting it in September of last year.
  8. I'm back in business fellas! Signed up again this morning. Thanks for your comments guys. Thanks for your time @iacas.
  9. Yeah I had 6 months of Evolvr instruction about a year and a half ago and I only sent in mid iron videos. Maybe it's time to start em up again. I've only started using partial swings for the last few months.
  10. I've been Playing Golf for: 3 Years My current handicap index or average score is: 13.6 My typical ball flight is: Push Draw The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Push Videos: Continuing this topic: Sometimes I dig ditches with my partial wedge shots and just wondering if I should actively shallow my downswing or take the club back shallower. Thanks for your help.
  11. I can definitely start a "My Swing" thread showing both my full swing and half swing if that is necessary thanks. I have been recording my swing for a couple of years now, so my diagram is based on the video. I took evolvr lessons over a year ago and that is also why I am steep at A3 and shallow at A5. But what about when A3=A5? Thanks.
  12. Referencing the attached graphic, during my full swing, I'm at the red line (A) at A3 and the magenta line (C) at A5. A few months ago I started incorporating partial (1/2 & 3/4) swings into my game and my backswing has stayed the same. My half backswing stops at A3 and I am really taking some deep divots. I don't really know if I am taking the club back on the correct plane. Am I supposed to be a little more shallow at A3 on half swings? Like maybe the blue line (B)? It feels really awkward to shallow the club during the downswing in such a short amount of time. Thanks for any insight.
  13. I'm shootin at the hip here so bear with me. Try this: Set up a pc in your house to be a proxy server for all of your wifi traffic. Install a web debugging proxy tool like fiddler on that pc. Create a Root CA cert from the web debug tool and install it on your phone so the wifi https traffic can be decrypted. Set up the web debugging tool to capture/filter only traffic from the gamegolf app on your phone. Open up the gamegolf app on your phone and see what the traffic looks like in the debug tool. Maybe delete the cached gamegolf data from your phone and see what
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