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  • misplacedtexan83misplacedtexan83 Members  15690WRX Points: 635Posts: 15,690 Titanium Tees
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    Sean2 wrote:



    Sean,



    I try I try. Its all I can do from crying about my Cowboys! Y'all getting any warm weather like we are getting down in MD?




    Unfortunately no. High 30s and rain. It will get up to the low 40s though. I played last Wednesday (mid-40s, but very windy), the course was extremely soggy. I was at our driving range today, and it's covered with anywhere from puddles to tiny ponds. :-)



    I hope you are playing. :-)



    That was a heck of a game. I was pulling for the Cowboys.




    At least you got out... Started to take lessons again, so this weather has allowed me to get on the course to work on it.



    It was a great game after we gave up 3 tds.. If someone would of told me the Cowboys would have been 12-3 and into the playoffs before the season, I would of called them a liar. The future looks bright...
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    Callaway Mavrik SZ *9.0 w/ UST Attas 11
    Callaway Mavrik *15 w/ UST Attas 11
    Callaway Mavrik *18 w/ UST Attas 11
    Callaway 19' Apex Pros 4-Pw/ UST Recoil 125 Protos F4 
    Callaway MD5 50W & 54W & 58X w/ UST Recoil 125
    protos F4

    Tyson Lamb Customed Allendale
    #lookatthebaby #teamcallaway
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  • Sean2Sean2 Members  32469WRX Points: 2,466Posts: 32,469 Titanium Tees
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    Sean2 wrote:



    Sean,



    I try I try. Its all I can do from crying about my Cowboys! Y'all getting any warm weather like we are getting down in MD?




    Unfortunately no. High 30s and rain. It will get up to the low 40s though. I played last Wednesday (mid-40s, but very windy), the course was extremely soggy. I was at our driving range today, and it's covered with anywhere from puddles to tiny ponds. :-)



    I hope you are playing. :-)



    That was a heck of a game. I was pulling for the Cowboys.




    At least you got out... Started to take lessons again, so this weather has allowed me to get on the course to work on it.



    It was a great game after we gave up 3 tds.. If someone would of told me the Cowboys would have been 12-3 and into the playoffs before the season, I would of called them a liar. The future looks bright...




    Indeed it does. And I imagine the team will be even more motivated next season.



    I think sometimes it's more beneficial to work on swing changes on the course versus the range. Good luck!
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    Treat yourself as if you were someone you are responsible for helping. Jordan Peterson

    Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest thing of all is to see life as it is, and not as it should be. Cervantes

    In golf, the human mind has much higher capabilities to screw things up than the physics has to make things better. Unknown

     

  • BrizamBrizam Junkie ClubWRX  996WRX Points: 149Posts: 996 ClubWRX
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    I got another round in this past weekend with the new gear. I am loving the new wedges and woods. Im a little concerned by how much wear the Apex irons are already showing. I wonder if anyone else has had issues with these?



    The SZ driver is still impressing me with its forgiveness, I know its only a small sample size but I track FIR and I'm up about 10% since getting the Epic SZ.
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  • TM_HOYERTM_HOYER Members  2266WRX Points: 146Posts: 2,266 Platinum Tees
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    Brizam wrote:


    I got another round in this past weekend with the new gear. I am loving the new wedges and woods. Im a little concerned by how much wear the Apex irons are already showing. I wonder if anyone else has had issues with these?



    The SZ driver is still impressing me with its forgiveness, I know its only a small sample size but I track FIR and I'm up about 10% since getting the Epic SZ.




    I have had my CF16's around 7 months and my irons show the little nicks and scratches on the sole that forged irons will have as they are used. The faces look fine. This is no different than the Nike VRS Forged and Diablo Forged irons I owned. I hit a hidden tree root with my 5 iron and the shaft was bent but the face was fine. I shipped the iron to Callaway and they replaced the shaft and grip to my original specs plus made sure the head was not bent out of spec for no charge.



    Now all I have to do wait for my Epic to be delivered. I have two days just before my lumbar facet block that my doctor will allow me to hit balls. It is hard not hitting golf balls when it is 70 degrees, sunny, and on vacation. Hopefully one of those two days I can hit balls will have nice weather so I can at least get to the range.
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    Callaway Epic Flash 10.5 driver w/ Fujikura Pro 2.0 R2-5
    Callaway Epic Flash 3, 5, & 7 woods w/ Fujikura Pro 2.0 R2-6
    Callaway Epic Forged 5 - GW with Project X Catalyst 60 5.5 soft stepped once
    Callaway MD4 56 & 60 w/ Project X LZ 5.5
    Toulon Design Palm Beach
    Callaway Chrome Soft
  • MtlJeffMtlJeff MontrealMembers  29446WRX Points: 2,377Handicap: 0.0Posts: 29,446 Titanium Tees
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    Brizam wrote:


    I got another round in this past weekend with the new gear. I am loving the new wedges and woods. Im a little concerned by how much wear the Apex irons are already showing. I wonder if anyone else has had issues with these?



    The SZ driver is still impressing me with its forgiveness, I know its only a small sample size but I track FIR and I'm up about 10% since getting the Epic SZ.




    Hey Man, i mentioned it a few pages ago, but there's already a big slash down the center of my 8 iron, and also on the pitching wedge. I'm not quite sure how it happened and it's definitely only cosmetic. But it was just odd, the first virtual round (i live in wintery Canada FML) i played, i looked at my 8 iron and it looked like it had been scraped down the middle



    My JPX850 F's look brand new still after 3 seasons except for the dings due to chatter



    Anyway, only cosmetic, but yeah that finish doesn't hold
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    Cobra F9 Driver w/ Fujikura Atmos TS Black 7
    Cobra F9 3 wood w/Matrix Black Tie 80
    Ping G400 Crossover 20 w/ KBS Hybrid Prototype 85
    Ping G410 4-SW w/DG 300
    Callaway Mack Daddy 2.0 PM 60
    SGC NorthWood CS 400g 
  • BrizamBrizam Junkie ClubWRX  996WRX Points: 149Posts: 996 ClubWRX
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    MtlJeff wrote:

    Brizam wrote:


    I got another round in this past weekend with the new gear. I am loving the new wedges and woods. Im a little concerned by how much wear the Apex irons are already showing. I wonder if anyone else has had issues with these?



    The SZ driver is still impressing me with its forgiveness, I know its only a small sample size but I track FIR and I'm up about 10% since getting the Epic SZ.




    Hey Man, i mentioned it a few pages ago, but there's already a big slash down the center of my 8 iron, and also on the pitching wedge. I'm not quite sure how it happened and it's definitely only cosmetic. But it was just odd, the first virtual round (i live in wintery Canada FML) i played, i looked at my 8 iron and it looked like it had been scraped down the middle



    My JPX850 F's look brand new still after 3 seasons except for the dings due to chatter



    Anyway, only cosmetic, but yeah that finish doesn't hold




    It is definitely only cosmetic but they do show wear on the face like I've put a lot of range time in already.
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  • 300_Straight300_Straight Members  1004WRX Points: 79Handicap: 9.5Posts: 1,004 Platinum Tees
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    To those who've hit the Epic SZ....is the head bigger than Drivers of the past few years? I ask because I have an older Cally and the head is smaller than anything on the market these days. I don't particularly love the huge heads (probably just mental at this point). I did enjoy hitting the King LTD Pro (big head) but also like the shape of the Nike VF Pro. In terms of size, how big is it?



    Looks like this 'Jailbreak Technology' could prove to be useful...
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    King LTD Pro 7.5* / Kuro Kage DC XT 60TX Tipped 1.25" -- 44.5"
    Exotics XCG7 Beta 13*
    Srixon z745 3-PW -- Modus 130x
    50/8f SM7
    54/12 Top Flite
    58/12d SM7

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  • BrizamBrizam Junkie ClubWRX  996WRX Points: 149Posts: 996 ClubWRX
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    To those who've hit the Epic SZ....is the head bigger than Drivers of the past few years? I ask because I have an older Cally and the head is smaller than anything on the market these days. I don't particularly love the huge heads (probably just mental at this point). I did enjoy hitting the King LTD Pro (big head) but also like the shape of the Nike VF Pro. In terms of size, how big is it?



    Looks like this 'Jailbreak Technology' could prove to be useful...




    Last year was the first time I played a 460 head (the M2) and I went with the SZ it is also 460 but doesnt look huge. I really like the shape.
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  • minteqminteq Members  2857WRX Points: 135Handicap: 5.0Posts: 2,857 Titanium Tees
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    The shape of the SZ looks really nice, doesn't look like a 460 head to me, nice shape.
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    Callaway Epic Flash SZ Hzrdus T800
    Titleist TS2 16.5 Hzrdus Smoke 70s
    Nike VPC 4-Aw
    Callaway PM 56/60
    Nike 006 Proto
    Callaway Chrome Soft
  • mackepamackepa #TheWRX Members  3736WRX Points: 288Posts: 3,736 Titanium Tees
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    For those contemplating the MD Forged I will say that they do not play with much bounce at all. It's super wet in Cincinnati from all the rain and they've been chunk machines since receiving them. They aren't bad wedges but they just don't suit wet conditions. They'll be perfect when it firms up here in the summer when scoring counts.
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    #TheWRX 12/11/16
    Epic Flash SZ 9* AD IZ 6
    Epic Flash SZ 15* AD IZ 8
    Epic Flash TC 18.5* Kai Li 80
    X Forged Utility 22* $-Taper
    Apex Combo 5-P - $-Taper
    MD4 52s, 56s, 60x - $-Taper
    Odyssey 10s
    Jones Utility Rover

  • MtlJeffMtlJeff MontrealMembers  29446WRX Points: 2,377Handicap: 0.0Posts: 29,446 Titanium Tees
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    To those who've hit the Epic SZ....is the head bigger than Drivers of the past few years? I ask because I have an older Cally and the head is smaller than anything on the market these days. I don't particularly love the huge heads (probably just mental at this point). I did enjoy hitting the King LTD Pro (big head) but also like the shape of the Nike VF Pro. In terms of size, how big is it?



    Looks like this 'Jailbreak Technology' could prove to be useful...




    I find the head looks a tad big compared to normal shaped 460cc heads. But it doesn't really bother me. I was coming from an Anser and the SZ looks bigger to me at address. Both are 460cc i believe, but it's not a huge difference
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    Cobra F9 Driver w/ Fujikura Atmos TS Black 7
    Cobra F9 3 wood w/Matrix Black Tie 80
    Ping G400 Crossover 20 w/ KBS Hybrid Prototype 85
    Ping G410 4-SW w/DG 300
    Callaway Mack Daddy 2.0 PM 60
    SGC NorthWood CS 400g 
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  • PowderedToastManPowderedToastMan Members  4222WRX Points: 1,393Posts: 4,222 Titanium Tees
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    To those who've hit the Epic SZ....is the head bigger than Drivers of the past few years? I ask because I have an older Cally and the head is smaller than anything on the market these days. I don't particularly love the huge heads (probably just mental at this point). I did enjoy hitting the King LTD Pro (big head) but also like the shape of the Nike VF Pro. In terms of size, how big is it?



    Looks like this 'Jailbreak Technology' could prove to be useful...


    Bigger than recent Callaway tour level offerings for sure. It appears a hair smaller than the new M1 in comparison, still plenty smaller than the PING G range. It somehow looks friendly at address, but feels workable like a smaller driver when swinging.



    I was blown away by the forgiveness of the epic (and I am used to my G30). It, to me, felt much easier to hit than the new M1 in the middle weight setting.



    I hate to say this, as I'm a devoted PING player and have bagged essentially only PING irons and driver since turning professional, but if I was sent an epic SZ, I'd probably bag it. It's longer like SLDR was back in the day, except it's easy to hit. I love my G and G30 LS Tec, but this one's a game changer I think. It's added distance without changing anything.



    Don't hate me PING. I'll still love you forever.
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    Former professional golfer. Current amateur human being. Reformed club ho.

    In the bag:

    PING. Lots of PING.
  • hurricanes7hurricanes7 Members  2846WRX Points: 3Posts: 2,846 Titanium Tees
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    Sean2 wrote:


    Sean2 wrote:

    mackepa wrote:


    Yay! We can say Chrome Soft X now!!








    Sean, I guess you can hit balls sideways if your clubs are sideways image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />




    Hah! Too funny. :-)




    how good is that ball? compare it to something. i love my chrome soft, but if its a little more firm for me thats a good thing
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    [font=verdana,geneva,sans-serif]DRIVER- Callaway Rogue Oban Tour Limited 60s
    3 WOOD- GBB Epic Oban Kiyoshi Gold 75s
    HYBRID- Titleist 818 H1 19/23 Hybrid Atmos HB Tour Spec 85s
    IRONS- Srixon 765/565 Nippon Modus 105s
    GAP- Callaway MD4 Chrome 52 Modus 105
    SAND- Callaway MD4 Chrome 54 Modus 105
    LOB- Callaway MD3 Chrome 58 Modus 105
    PUTTER- Bettinardi Queen Bee #6
    BALL- Callaway Chrome Soft X[/font]
  • Sean2Sean2 Members  32469WRX Points: 2,466Posts: 32,469 Titanium Tees
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    Sean2 wrote:


    Sean2 wrote:

    mackepa wrote:


    Yay! We can say Chrome Soft X now!!








    Sean, I guess you can hit balls sideways if your clubs are sideways image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />




    Hah! Too funny. :-)




    how good is that ball? compare it to something. i love my chrome soft, but if its a little more firm for me thats a good thing




    Yes, it is a bit firmer, and you get more reaction around the greens...at least in my case.
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    Treat yourself as if you were someone you are responsible for helping. Jordan Peterson

    Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest thing of all is to see life as it is, and not as it should be. Cervantes

    In golf, the human mind has much higher capabilities to screw things up than the physics has to make things better. Unknown

     

  • Sean2Sean2 Members  32469WRX Points: 2,466Posts: 32,469 Titanium Tees
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    mackepa wrote:


    For those contemplating the MD Forged I will say that they do not play with much bounce at all. It's super wet in Cincinnati from all the rain and they've been chunk machines since receiving them. They aren't bad wedges but they just don't suit wet conditions. They'll be perfect when it firms up here in the summer when scoring counts.




    I have a lot of bounce on my two wedges (10 degrees), so I haven't had any problems with soupy conditions, which is all we have, along with goose ****. Ball checks up/spins back nicely. For me, I find 10 degrees of bounce works best in all conditions.



    I went ahead and purchased two identical wedges to what I have: I will use one set for practice and one set for play.
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    Treat yourself as if you were someone you are responsible for helping. Jordan Peterson

    Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest thing of all is to see life as it is, and not as it should be. Cervantes

    In golf, the human mind has much higher capabilities to screw things up than the physics has to make things better. Unknown

     

  • Hawkeye77Hawkeye77 IowaClubWRX  20846WRX Points: 4,798Posts: 20,846 ClubWRX
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    Sean2 wrote:

    mackepa wrote:


    For those contemplating the MD Forged I will say that they do not play with much bounce at all. It's super wet in Cincinnati from all the rain and they've been chunk machines since receiving them. They aren't bad wedges but they just don't suit wet conditions. They'll be perfect when it firms up here in the summer when scoring counts.




    I have a lot of bounce on my two wedges (10 degrees), so I haven't had any problems with soupy conditions, which is all we have, along with goose ****. Ball checks up/spins back nicely. For me, I find 10 degrees of bounce works best in all conditions.



    I went ahead and purchased two identical wedges to what I have: I will use one set for practice and one set for play.




    Now that's the spirit! That trip is in your golfing soul.



    Had some MD3s in hand last week but haven't hit them, but liked them. The admonitions from Callaway in some community responses about the MD forged having less effective bounce and me being not so shallow have had me looking at some custom configurations of the MD3. Still I don't know the MD forged straighter leading edge, etc. is that much different than my SM6s. I'll find out in March.



    My wife just shook her head when my eBay 6 year old Legacy Blacks showed up last summer after getting new Titleist irons/wedges last spring.



    I figure Callaway wedges are just a natural progression - probably just one set though.
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  • misplacedtexan83misplacedtexan83 Members  15690WRX Points: 635Posts: 15,690 Titanium Tees
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    Sean2 wrote:
    mackepa wrote:


    For those contemplating the MD Forged I will say that they do not play with much bounce at all. It's super wet in Cincinnati from all the rain and they've been chunk machines since receiving them. They aren't bad wedges but they just don't suit wet conditions. They'll be perfect when it firms up here in the summer when scoring counts.




    I have a lot of bounce on my two wedges (10 degrees), so I haven't had any problems with soupy conditions, which is all we have, along with goose ****. Ball checks up/spins back nicely. For me, I find 10 degrees of bounce works best in all conditions.



    I went ahead and purchased two identical wedges to what I have: I will use one set for practice and one set for play.




    I'm thinking abut ordering. 56 bent to 58 and a 52 bent to 54... to get a little more bounce.

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    Callaway Mavrik SZ *9.0 w/ UST Attas 11
    Callaway Mavrik *15 w/ UST Attas 11
    Callaway Mavrik *18 w/ UST Attas 11
    Callaway 19' Apex Pros 4-Pw/ UST Recoil 125 Protos F4 
    Callaway MD5 50W & 54W & 58X w/ UST Recoil 125
    protos F4

    Tyson Lamb Customed Allendale
    #lookatthebaby #teamcallaway
  • Sean2Sean2 Members  32469WRX Points: 2,466Posts: 32,469 Titanium Tees
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    Brizam wrote:

    MtlJeff wrote:

    Brizam wrote:


    I got another round in this past weekend with the new gear. I am loving the new wedges and woods. Im a little concerned by how much wear the Apex irons are already showing. I wonder if anyone else has had issues with these?



    The SZ driver is still impressing me with its forgiveness, I know its only a small sample size but I track FIR and I'm up about 10% since getting the Epic SZ.




    Hey Man, i mentioned it a few pages ago, but there's already a big slash down the center of my 8 iron, and also on the pitching wedge. I'm not quite sure how it happened and it's definitely only cosmetic. But it was just odd, the first virtual round (i live in wintery Canada FML) i played, i looked at my 8 iron and it looked like it had been scraped down the middle



    My JPX850 F's look brand new still after 3 seasons except for the dings due to chatter



    Anyway, only cosmetic, but yeah that finish doesn't hold




    It is definitely only cosmetic but they do show wear on the face like I've put a lot of range time in already.




    I haven't had any issues. Lot of range sessions and a few rounds of golf.
    Posted:

    Treat yourself as if you were someone you are responsible for helping. Jordan Peterson

    Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest thing of all is to see life as it is, and not as it should be. Cervantes

    In golf, the human mind has much higher capabilities to screw things up than the physics has to make things better. Unknown

     

  • Sean2Sean2 Members  32469WRX Points: 2,466Posts: 32,469 Titanium Tees
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    Hawkeye77 wrote:

    Sean2 wrote:

    mackepa wrote:


    For those contemplating the MD Forged I will say that they do not play with much bounce at all. It's super wet in Cincinnati from all the rain and they've been chunk machines since receiving them. They aren't bad wedges but they just don't suit wet conditions. They'll be perfect when it firms up here in the summer when scoring counts.




    I have a lot of bounce on my two wedges (10 degrees), so I haven't had any problems with soupy conditions, which is all we have, along with goose ****. Ball checks up/spins back nicely. For me, I find 10 degrees of bounce works best in all conditions.



    I went ahead and purchased two identical wedges to what I have: I will use one set for practice and one set for play.




    Now that's the spirit! That trip is in your golfing soul.



    Had some MD3s in hand last week but haven't hit them, but liked them. The admonitions from Callaway in some community responses about the MD forged having less effective bounce and me being not so shallow have had me looking at some custom configurations of the MD3. Still I don't know the MD forged straighter leading edge, etc. is that much different than my SM6s. I'll find out in March.



    My wife just shook her head when my eBay 6 year old Legacy Blacks showed up last summer after getting new Titleist irons/wedges last spring.



    I figure Callaway wedges are just a natural progression - probably just one set though.




    I am very happy with them, and like that straight leading edge.
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    Treat yourself as if you were someone you are responsible for helping. Jordan Peterson

    Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest thing of all is to see life as it is, and not as it should be. Cervantes

    In golf, the human mind has much higher capabilities to screw things up than the physics has to make things better. Unknown

     

  • Sean2Sean2 Members  32469WRX Points: 2,466Posts: 32,469 Titanium Tees
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    Sean2 wrote:
    mackepa wrote:


    For those contemplating the MD Forged I will say that they do not play with much bounce at all. It's super wet in Cincinnati from all the rain and they've been chunk machines since receiving them. They aren't bad wedges but they just don't suit wet conditions. They'll be perfect when it firms up here in the summer when scoring counts.




    I have a lot of bounce on my two wedges (10 degrees), so I haven't had any problems with soupy conditions, which is all we have, along with goose ****. Ball checks up/spins back nicely. For me, I find 10 degrees of bounce works best in all conditions.



    I went ahead and purchased two identical wedges to what I have: I will use one set for practice and one set for play.




    I'm thinking abut ordering. 56 bent to 58 and a 52 bent to 54... to get a little more bounce.




    I play in all conditions: wet, dry, fluffy bunkers, firm bunkers, so I find the extra bounce to be quite versatile.
    Posted:

    Treat yourself as if you were someone you are responsible for helping. Jordan Peterson

    Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest thing of all is to see life as it is, and not as it should be. Cervantes

    In golf, the human mind has much higher capabilities to screw things up than the physics has to make things better. Unknown

     

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    how good is that ball? compare it to something. i love my chrome soft, but if its a little more firm for me thats a good thing


    I got a sleeve of the Chrome Soft X at a launch event for the Epic line, and played a round with one yesterday. I have not liked any Callaway balls for years, but this is one that I could play. It's fairly wet, and the greens a bit shaggy, so it's hard to know much about how it performs around the greens, but off the driver & irons, the performance was good. When it gets into the actual golf season here (it was almost 60 degrees yesterday, which is quite rare for January here), I'll probably try to do some side by side testing to compare the CSX against the TPX that I usually play. But my initial impression was favorable. I played all 18 holes with the same ball, and the durability is pretty good. A couple of scuffs, but nothing unusual compared to other balls.
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    Ping G410 LST 9* (set to -1.5*), 44.5", Fujikura Ventus Black 7X
    Ping G410 LST 14.5* (set to 13*) Aldila Synergy Tour Green 80TX
    Tour Edge CBX Iron-Wood 17* (Black Pearl) HZRDUS Black 85X (or Srixon Z u45 18* Nippon Modus3 120x or Tour Issue TaylorMade M2 Tour 18*, Fujikura Rombax P95x)
    Scratch SB-1 3-PW, Nippon Modus3 120x
    Corey Paul 52*/Titleist Vokey Forged 58* K-Grind, Nippon Modus3 125 Blue Wedge shafts,  Titleist Vokey SM6 62* M-Grind DG S200 (sometimes)
    Byron Morgan long pipe neck B-17, Brushed Mystic finish, 34"
    WITB Link
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    Kadin 25 wrote:


    Good group...have fun, take it all in and enjoy.



    Don't go hitting any golfballs through the balcony of your hotel room image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' /> but if you do...



    Please get a pic for me to use for "caption This" image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />



    Have a great time guys..safe travels.




    ah sounds like the start of a McCord story... like the one from "Tin Cup".
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    a 17TM M1 460 9.5* Matrix BlackTie X 45"
    b 16Cobra KingLtd9* Rogue SilverI/O 110msi 60s 45.5" 1"tip
    c Ping G25 8.5* Tour 70x 45"

    Titleist 915fd 15* RIP Phenom70s 1"tip
    Cobra BafflerPro19* SpeederProS .5"tip
    Cobra Baffler RailH23* SpeederProS

    CallawayX20Tour 5-pw ProjectX 6.0 +.5"
    Vokey Sm5 raw aw51*, sw56*, lw60*
    Cameron FuturaX SuperStroke Fatso5.0
  • GC70GC70 What's Next? State of HockeyClubWRX  7745WRX Points: 301Handicap: 7.1Posts: 7,745 Titanium Tees
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    All you guys that got the forged wedges in slate, have they rusted up nicely? Please post pictures!
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    Atmos Blue 6S
     Atmos Red 7S
    Atmos Blue 8S
    Apex CF19 4-AW C-Taper Lite
    SM7's RAW 50F - 54S - 58M - 62M
    Nike 006 Paul Casey Proto (Oven)
    Nike 006 Rory Proto (Oven)
    Scotty T22 Newport
    Pro V1x /

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    It depends on where you live, My wedges are Raw and no rust? I live in Colorado very low humidity:-). When i visit my bro in H-town they rust up very nice.
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    GC70 wrote:


    All you guys that got the forged wedges in slate, have they rusted up nicely? Please post pictures!




    Mine are looking pretty tasty. I'll take a picture as soon as I can.
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  • mackepamackepa #TheWRX Members  3736WRX Points: 288Posts: 3,736 Titanium Tees
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    Epic Flash SZ 9* AD IZ 6
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    Jones Utility Rover

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  • MtlJeffMtlJeff MontrealMembers  29446WRX Points: 2,377Handicap: 0.0Posts: 29,446 Titanium Tees
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    Those look cool.....i faced a really tough decision on the finish when we were there, until they said "we have the satin right now" and i was like "Gimme gimme gimme"
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  • Sean2Sean2 Members  32469WRX Points: 2,466Posts: 32,469 Titanium Tees
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    MtlJeff wrote:


    Those look cool.....i faced a really tough decision on the finish when we were there, until they said "we have the satin right now" and i was like "Gimme gimme gimme"




    I am a big fan of the satin finish.
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    Treat yourself as if you were someone you are responsible for helping. Jordan Peterson

    Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest thing of all is to see life as it is, and not as it should be. Cervantes

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  • mackepamackepa #TheWRX Members  3736WRX Points: 288Posts: 3,736 Titanium Tees
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    I got to see some of the Callaway guys again at the PGA Show. They are just a fun group of guys to talk shop with. Johnny did a great job on the booth design this year.
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  • Sean2Sean2 Members  32469WRX Points: 2,466Posts: 32,469 Titanium Tees
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    mackepa wrote:


    I got to see some of the Callaway guys again at the PGA Show. They are just a fun group of guys to talk shop with. Johnny did a great job on the booth design this year.




    Nice!
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    Treat yourself as if you were someone you are responsible for helping. Jordan Peterson

    Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest thing of all is to see life as it is, and not as it should be. Cervantes

    In golf, the human mind has much higher capabilities to screw things up than the physics has to make things better. Unknown

     

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