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Call for TheSandTrap Community Feedback! At Hackmotion, we have previously built a popular training product for advanced golfers and coaches currently used by both tour players and well known coaches (including @david_wedzik and me, @iacas). Now we are developing a new sensor based training aid for regular, everyday golfers helping to improve their consistency and make range practice sessions more engaging. We have built a prototype and since we firmly believe in user feedback driven product development we need to know what you guys think. Without giving too much detail away and risking conditioning you favourably to the idea, we would like to have a private discussion with you to show the prototype and gather your thoughts and feedback on the actual product. These sessions will be conducted via 30-minute, one-on-one Skype calls with TST community members. (Images of the beta software are below.) If you would like to participate and have a chance to influence our product development, please fill out the form here [ https://forms.gle/u1jyvAwrrWrM6TUKA ] so we can schedule a quick video call and show you what we have built. Looking forward to what you guys think! @Hackmotion Team Please also post here that you've booked a time.
Update (9-19-18): https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=153511775654 <---- Visit that URL and complete the survey, please! http://www.usga.org/content/usga/home-page/advancing-the-game/distance-insights.html Many of you have shared their feedback here (the topic below), but the USGA is courting it at the URL above: Have at it! The USGA and The R&A Launch Golf's Global Distance Insights Project LIBERTY CORNER, N.J. USA AND ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND (May 15, 2018) - The United States Golf Association (USGA) and The R&A have launched a comprehensive project to analyze distance in golf and gather perspectives from the worldwide golf community. The Distance Insights project will examine distance through a multi-pronged approach that includes global stakeholder engagement, third-party data review and primary research. Focus groups and discussion forums will play an important role in the project, to secure a broad range of perspectives throughout golf. Beginning today, anyone interested in the topic can provide feedback by visiting usga.org/distanceinsights or randa.org/distanceinsights or by emailing either association directly. “The topic of increased distance and its effects on the game have been discussed for well over a century. We believe that now is the time to examine this topic through a very wide and long lens, knowing it is critical to the future of the game,” said Mike Davis, CEO of the USGA. “We look forward to delving deeply into this topic and learning more, led by doing right by golf, first and foremost.” Martin Slumbers, Chief Executive of The R&A, said, “Distance in golf is a complex issue which is widely debated at all levels of the sport. It is important that we collate all of the relevant data and hear the many different perspectives on this issue that exist in the international golf community. We intend to conduct this process openly, comprehensively and promptly and will work with all of the key stakeholders to ensure we have a fully rounded view of distance and its implications.” Stakeholder groups invited to participate in the project include amateur and professional golfers, worldwide professional golf tours, golf course owners and operators, golf equipment manufacturers, golf course architects, golf course superintendents and others. Among the many topics to be explored, the organizations will seek distance-related data on pace of play, golf course construction and maintenance practices, the evolution of equipment, golf course design and player enjoyment and participation. The USGA and The R&A will engage various golf industry stakeholders through 2018, with plans to deliver a report in 2019.
I'm looking at swapping irons. I currently have cobra Fp irons, was looking at mizuno mp 60s. Would like to shape my shots a little more. I'm a 90 golfer. Minus a few blow up holes, mostly due to my driver inconcistence, I'd shoot mid 80s. I've read great things about the mp60s. Just wanted another take on the switch. Any feed back would be helpful.