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I'd make this a poll, but I think the answers might be confusing, because maybe you don't have all of these clubs, or you're longer with your hybrid but shorter with your wedges… or whatever. But basically, here's the question: Locate your driver carry yardage below, and share in a post whether the other yardages are pretty close, longer, or shorter than you hit them. If they're off, are they mostly correct but your driver yardage is off, or are they just off toward one end of the list (i.e. your shorter clubs are off, but the rest are pretty accurate, for example)? Just curious.
If you use a launch monitor light FlightScope or Trackman on the range to figure out your dispersion (Shot Zone), do you go by "carry" or "total"? I would assume total, but I feel like sometimes the total (carry plus roll) is a little bit further than I see what is happening on the course. Or do you go by carry and use your personal experience to estimate the roll? Obviously, the roll depends heavily on course conditions and angle of fairways or greens. Just wondering what your thoughts or procedures are?
Hey TST, Let me start off by saying one thing I'm a BIG guy close to 350 lbs. I thoroughly enjoy walking the course for multiple reasons. The first is cost, at roughly $15 per 9 hole round or about $850 a year for unlimited rental. That alone is a huge added expense. Second is the frame of mind I stay in during a round when walking. I find it easier to blow off the steam from a bad shot. Riding in a cart always seems to be darting through the course looking for a ball and swinging at it for me. Very quick but sometimes not thoroughly thought out. The third reason is simply I enjoy walking through the course and seeing many things that blow past on a cart, birds bugs animals etc.... One of many questions I have is what push or pull cart do you use and recommend? I mainly carry my bag when i walk and it seems like everything will start to add to much to enjoy the game. I'm starting a YouTube channel solely to document my journey of trying to get and maintain a scratch handicap. This means I carry a camera around now and that's a hassle carrying my bag also. My setup is not going to be anything fancy just a gopro and the gooseneck attachment, but I digress.... I've got a few friends that have click gear carts they seem nice but are pricey and they don't seem to have many issues. I've got an old Dunlop two wheel pull behind that works but it isn't the best thing around. So to sum it all up, walkers (not zombies). What do you use? Do any of you vlog like I'm planning on doing?