I thought so much of your product, The Check Go, that I have asked to work for the company! I am a 10 handicap player at a local course in Las Vegas. The first time I hit my golf ball after marking it with the Check Go, I hit it right down the middle of the fairway. On the 2nd hole, a long par 5, I hit down the right side of the fairway with a bit of a fade. Before when I hit the ball with a fade it would keep moving right another 10 to 15 yards and often go out of bounds. The ball seemed to hang on the right side line and came down well in bounds. I thought at the time that I had hit it out for sure. I kept the same ball in play for the entire round. That in itself is a miracle. I hit shot after shot in play and often down the middle of the fairway. But it was the push and pull shot that seems to find a straighter line after coming off the club that impressed me the most. The ball just seemed to hang on the pulled or pushed line and did not move out the additional 10 to 15 yards that would have taken the ball out of bounds. So ok now, just a good day hitting the ball ? I did it again on the second round after marking the ball with the Check Go. Again to my surprise, the ball continued to fly in a "in bounds" trajectory. No out of bounds penalties for the second straight round. Finally, a word about putting. I am not the best putter in the world. The greens at Black Mountain are big, fast, and slope down with severe speed. The first round after using the Check Go, I did not 3 putt one green. The ball seemed to hold its line on longer putts. Putts that would move 5 to 10 feet off line would stay at the 3 to 6 foot distance and make the putt makable. I will continue to play with the Check Go marked balls for the next few months and I expect to lower my scores by 2 to 4 strokes per round. The boys at the club skins game are in for a few rough days until I can get them to buy one for themselves, thanks for a great product. You probably know all of the things first hand that I have talked about above. Simply, the ball seems to fly straighter off of the club and stay in bounds on pushed hits that would normally hit hard and continue another 10 to 15 yards right. I haven't mentioned anything about a longer ball, but it just went with the entire days events. Just like the long putts, when the ball stayed on line longer it increased the distance of the hit by not moving dramatically right or left. I consistently hit 1 full club less on almost every shot after my drives. How's that for distance with the product on the first few trys. Honestly, I am looking forward to a long relationship with your company.