Testing the Titleist AVX

Prototype for the Titleist AVX 2022

A quick update for you all. It’s been some time since the last blog post. I’ve been busy outside the world of playing and thinking about golf over the past two months. I’m coming close to finishing my studies for my MBA at Southern New Hampshire University, which I’ll complete in March of 2022, so a lot of focus has been on classes. Work has been busy as well, as we are closing up our year. I work for Dell Technologies as a Data Center Solutions Specialist and I’ve been blessed to have an extremely successful 2021. Which has been rewarding and challenging as we continue to deal with global supply shortages of systems components.

US AM Tour.

So far I’ve only played in two events since the season started in October of this year. Needless to say, I can’t say that I’ve play well in either event which has been disappointing. I has some good holes and a lot of bad “blow up” holes that have put me out of contention in both events. My next crack at it will be at the Classic Club in Palm Springs which I look forward to playing at in January. I’m currently in last place in my division (13th) so I’ve got a lot of work and opportunity to improve going into 2022.

Titleist AVX 2022 Test

I received a small box this week and to my surprise, I was granted an opportunity to test some new balls that will be officially launched in January of 2022. I’ve been a ProV player in the past and currently gravitate to the Bridgestone Tour B over the past couple of years. It will be interesting to test a ball that is designed for less spin and more distance. I’ve changed my shaft on my driver to a less spin HZDRUS Smoke RDX recently, which I like so far. And added two new Callaway APEX Utility Woods with the same shafts. These I like the look and feel, but only have played one round with them so far.

The New Tesla.

I’ve been debating over the last couple of years on going electric or keeping the traditional gas based car. I officially decided the I wanted to do what I can in lowering my own carbon footprint and opted for a new electric car. After doing my research and finding the requirements I had in replacing my current SUV. I chose the Tesla Model 3 Long Range. It was a great buying experience. Very simple process that was done all online, from building the car and choosing the options I wanted. Setting up financing the car. The time took about 2 months from the time I ordered to the actual delivery date (delivery dates went back and forth several times, which was a hassle in planning) Everything was done via a text and the Tesla Phone app (which is also your key phone) On the date of delivery, It was a simple 10 minute fill out a delivery acknowledgment form and do a review with a car attendant on the basics of operation and your off and running. Gone are the days of the being at a dealer for 4 hours to fill out endless papers and have a sales person trying to nickel and dime you on options that are already included or unnecessary. Excellent Buying Experience. Here’s my new car. I call him Cosmos.

Thats about all for now, I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday with your family and friends. Play well , Till the Next Round.

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