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  • #76
    GCQuad features and capabilities
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    15. Brews a cup of coffee



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    • mthunt
      mthunt commented
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      18 x 1.33 = 24k north of the border. Like they say on the shark tank, "I'm out"

    • col forbin
      col forbin commented
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      It kinda does look like a Kuerig..........only with 4 pricey cameras where the water would be. Display on top is similar too.

    • Point280
      Point280 commented
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      I was thinking it could open the cans of stored food I've prepped for the apocalypse... Hmmmmmmmm... might be a worthwhile upgrade after all!

  • #77
    And the draw dropping details....

    "We are presently oversold on GCQ, so we are requesting a 25% deposit for the difference between your return value and the new GCQ if you wish to purchase. We would then ship your GCQ as soon as it is available in early spring after the remaining balance has been received.

    Upgrade Cost for GCQ Ball Only (includes FSX software): $9,550
    Current Deposit Needed to Reserve Technology: $2,387.50

    Or

    Upgrade Cost for GCQ Ball and Head Data (includes FSX software): $13,550
    Current Deposit Needed to Reserve Technology: $3,387.50

    Note: The credit amount for your GC2/FR1 trade in is $4,450

    Additionally, I show you own 14 FR1 courses, we will extend the same amount of FSX courses at NC. GCQ requires FSX software.


    I'm sure you can do the maths.....🤑🤑🤑😳😩


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    • wbond
      wbond commented
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      14K Ball, 18K Ball/Club. Man that is a lot of dough. I won't ever win enough (or any) out on tour to cover that.

    • Ryan5508
      Ryan5508 commented
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      You would think the technology would be getting cheaper for them. Really besides the form factor and updated motherboards it's probably just a basic camera upgrade in the end. I think they see trackman and want to make that kind of money.

    • Joko
      Joko commented
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      ^^^^ yeah it's unfortunate they don't attempt to sell a product that is more cost effective, but I get it, that isn't probably who they want to sell to

  • #78
    https://twitter.com/PGATOUR/status/819195017361313792

    looks like the coffee maker there on the green

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    • #79
      a few pics from his email also





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      • #80
        It's sad that even the GCQ still requires stickers... I thought for sure by the next model that surfaced they'd find a way to lock on to the club's grooves or something... Big turn off for me, which is why I'd probably buy the non-club tracking model. Or just a used GC2 with no HMT.

        Can anyone who uses HMT frequently comment on the stickers? Do they come off easily? Are they a pain to keep applying? And what do they cost when you run out?

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        • #81
          Originally posted by JoeJoeJoeUrBoat View Post
          It's sad that even the GCQ still requires stickers... I thought for sure by the next model that surfaced they'd find a way to lock on to the club's grooves or something... Big turn off for me, which is why I'd probably buy the non-club tracking model. Or just a used GC2 with no HMT.

          Can anyone who uses HMT frequently comment on the stickers? Do they come off easily? Are they a pain to keep applying? And what do they cost when you run out?
          They are easy to put on and stay on for a long time but still stickers.

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          • #82
            Stickers are no big deal. I usually replace the bottom one after a few rounds. The detail and info that HMT is better and even more helpful than the gc2. If you are just using to play sim golf, gc2 is overkill but for swing adjustments the gc2-hmt is the best thing around. Can't wait to get my GCQ next month...

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