Project X Handcrafted EvenFlow reviews ***WRX TEST GROUP REVIEWS***

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  • RookieBlue7RookieBlue7 Members Posts: 13,157 ✭✭


    What is it about this thread that keeps getting it moved from Pre-release forum to equipment? image/dntknw.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':dntknw:' /> My replacement Black 6.0 finally arrived. Can't wait to hit the range in the next couple of days! I had been in love with the T1100 and can't even imagine how it could be smoother so I am dying to find out.




    I reported it again to have it moved back
  • gioguy21gioguy21 NJMembers Posts: 7,124 ✭✭
    I have a tourney tomorrow - it will be the black even flow in the m2 instead if the copperhead. Will report back after

    2017 Tour Issue M1 460 / 9.2* / Rogue 130 Silver 70TX tipped 1"
    Epic Flash SZ / 3+ / DF 70TX tipped 1.50"
    Epic Flash / 5 / BF 90TX Tipped 1.75"
    785 / 3-PW / PX 7.0
    RTX4 / 52, 59 / DG S400
    SC Kombi-s / 35.5"

  • ph00nyph00ny Members Posts: 1,679
    gioguy21 wrote:


    Aright fellas -- played two rounds with this guy on the weekend -- have some interesting thoughts on it, specifically when compared to the Copperhead.



    Driver Specs:

    - 2017 M2 (non-tour head) 10.5* with lead tape on heel, forward

    - both shafts play to 45.25" long

    - both setups listed below were played at D4 (copper) and D5 (even flow black) respectively

    - both setups were put in the standard loft position

    - neither shaft has been tipped



    Even Flow Black 65g 6.5(X):



    This shaft is a T1100 that's been massaged. The T1100 was a bit firmer, more stout, harsher feedback -- but flat out delivers good ballspeed, decent low spin (unless the indian puts a bad move on it) and dispersion is pretty good but doesn't like to go left. The Even Flow Black is a smoother, just as stable, predictable, don't-go-left shaft with a paint scheme that's pretty darn awesome in my M2. I hit a bunch of bombs this weekend that just wanted to go absolutely dead nuts straight. It was obvious to me that the Even Flow Black, for me, was getting a touch less spin than the T1100 since a miss was just a baby cut, not a high spinny one out to the right (the T1100 felt like if you eazed off it a touch, it wanted to push balls right). i DID hit a few draws with it, but i really had to try to get it to work. realistically i'd just rather play a straight ball or a baby cut.



    Now, i'm sure you're all wondering -- "but Gio...what about the 'walk on water' Copperhead?"



    Here's the hard truth -- for my swing, and my golf game:



    if i need to hit a fairway -- i use the copper.

    if i want to hit bombs that roll for a long time -- i use the even flow.



    when comparing the two, i know for a fact how far and where the copper is going - i know i'm just getting used to the even flow, but i can tell from where i was on the course (played this course 5+ times with the copper already) that the even flow was a consistent 10y or more past the copper.



    when comparing the two for FEEL -- i think it's honestly a toss of a coin. the copper has a bit more of an energy release feel while the even flow is a lot like a blueboard type (sorry diamana) feel with whiteboard results.



    if anyone has questions on how the even flow black compares to any of the following -- i'll gladly try to answer them



    - T1100

    - KK DC

    - Copperhead

    - Black Mamba

    - Speeder Pro XLR8

    - KK XT

    - GP-7/GP-6

    - White/Blueboard series

    - Tensei Pro White



    i'll take some pics tonight - however it would appear rookieblue took care of that.




    How did you like it against Tensei PW? Also iirc, you hit high balls like i do and how did it compare in ball flight/trajectory/LA?
    Taylormade M1 460 8.5* (2016) Tensei Pro Orange 70TX
    TEE E8 Beta 13* 3 Wood Aldila Rogue Silver 70X
    Callaway Razr X MB H Stamp 3-PW DGX100
    Titleist Vokey SM6 50* | SM5 54* | 58*
    Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 34" Super Stroke Slim 3.0 CounterCore

    Callaway FT-9 Tour 8.5* iMix Fubuki Tour 63X
    Titleist 681T 2-PW DGS400
    Odyssey Protype ix #1 34" Super Stroke Slim 3.0
  • gioguy21gioguy21 NJMembers Posts: 7,124 ✭✭
    ph00ny wrote:
    gioguy21 wrote:


    Aright fellas -- played two rounds with this guy on the weekend -- have some interesting thoughts on it, specifically when compared to the Copperhead.



    Driver Specs:

    - 2017 M2 (non-tour head) 10.5* with lead tape on heel, forward

    - both shafts play to 45.25" long

    - both setups listed below were played at D4 (copper) and D5 (even flow black) respectively

    - both setups were put in the standard loft position

    - neither shaft has been tipped



    Even Flow Black 65g 6.5(X):



    This shaft is a T1100 that's been massaged. The T1100 was a bit firmer, more stout, harsher feedback -- but flat out delivers good ballspeed, decent low spin (unless the indian puts a bad move on it) and dispersion is pretty good but doesn't like to go left. The Even Flow Black is a smoother, just as stable, predictable, don't-go-left shaft with a paint scheme that's pretty darn awesome in my M2. I hit a bunch of bombs this weekend that just wanted to go absolutely dead nuts straight. It was obvious to me that the Even Flow Black, for me, was getting a touch less spin than the T1100 since a miss was just a baby cut, not a high spinny one out to the right (the T1100 felt like if you eazed off it a touch, it wanted to push balls right). i DID hit a few draws with it, but i really had to try to get it to work. realistically i'd just rather play a straight ball or a baby cut.



    Now, i'm sure you're all wondering -- "but Gio...what about the 'walk on water' Copperhead?"



    Here's the hard truth -- for my swing, and my golf game:



    if i need to hit a fairway -- i use the copper.

    if i want to hit bombs that roll for a long time -- i use the even flow.



    when comparing the two, i know for a fact how far and where the copper is going - i know i'm just getting used to the even flow, but i can tell from where i was on the course (played this course 5+ times with the copper already) that the even flow was a consistent 10y or more past the copper.



    when comparing the two for FEEL -- i think it's honestly a toss of a coin. the copper has a bit more of an energy release feel while the even flow is a lot like a blueboard type (sorry diamana) feel with whiteboard results.



    if anyone has questions on how the even flow black compares to any of the following -- i'll gladly try to answer them



    - T1100

    - KK DC

    - Copperhead

    - Black Mamba

    - Speeder Pro XLR8

    - KK XT

    - GP-7/GP-6

    - White/Blueboard series

    - Tensei Pro White



    i'll take some pics tonight - however it would appear rookieblue took care of that.




    How did you like it against Tensei PW? Also iirc, you hit high balls like i do and how did it compare in ball flight/trajectory/LA?


    The tensei and the even launch similarly, but I couldn't get the pw to spin enough for me. The even flow is pretty much ideal for me right now.

    2017 Tour Issue M1 460 / 9.2* / Rogue 130 Silver 70TX tipped 1"
    Epic Flash SZ / 3+ / DF 70TX tipped 1.50"
    Epic Flash / 5 / BF 90TX Tipped 1.75"
    785 / 3-PW / PX 7.0
    RTX4 / 52, 59 / DG S400
    SC Kombi-s / 35.5"

  • ph00nyph00ny Members Posts: 1,679
    gioguy21 wrote:

    ph00ny wrote:
    gioguy21 wrote:


    Aright fellas -- played two rounds with this guy on the weekend -- have some interesting thoughts on it, specifically when compared to the Copperhead.



    Driver Specs:

    - 2017 M2 (non-tour head) 10.5* with lead tape on heel, forward

    - both shafts play to 45.25" long

    - both setups listed below were played at D4 (copper) and D5 (even flow black) respectively

    - both setups were put in the standard loft position

    - neither shaft has been tipped



    Even Flow Black 65g 6.5(X):



    This shaft is a T1100 that's been massaged. The T1100 was a bit firmer, more stout, harsher feedback -- but flat out delivers good ballspeed, decent low spin (unless the indian puts a bad move on it) and dispersion is pretty good but doesn't like to go left. The Even Flow Black is a smoother, just as stable, predictable, don't-go-left shaft with a paint scheme that's pretty darn awesome in my M2. I hit a bunch of bombs this weekend that just wanted to go absolutely dead nuts straight. It was obvious to me that the Even Flow Black, for me, was getting a touch less spin than the T1100 since a miss was just a baby cut, not a high spinny one out to the right (the T1100 felt like if you eazed off it a touch, it wanted to push balls right). i DID hit a few draws with it, but i really had to try to get it to work. realistically i'd just rather play a straight ball or a baby cut.



    Now, i'm sure you're all wondering -- "but Gio...what about the 'walk on water' Copperhead?"



    Here's the hard truth -- for my swing, and my golf game:



    if i need to hit a fairway -- i use the copper.

    if i want to hit bombs that roll for a long time -- i use the even flow.



    when comparing the two, i know for a fact how far and where the copper is going - i know i'm just getting used to the even flow, but i can tell from where i was on the course (played this course 5+ times with the copper already) that the even flow was a consistent 10y or more past the copper.



    when comparing the two for FEEL -- i think it's honestly a toss of a coin. the copper has a bit more of an energy release feel while the even flow is a lot like a blueboard type (sorry diamana) feel with whiteboard results.



    if anyone has questions on how the even flow black compares to any of the following -- i'll gladly try to answer them



    - T1100

    - KK DC

    - Copperhead

    - Black Mamba

    - Speeder Pro XLR8

    - KK XT

    - GP-7/GP-6

    - White/Blueboard series

    - Tensei Pro White



    i'll take some pics tonight - however it would appear rookieblue took care of that.




    How did you like it against Tensei PW? Also iirc, you hit high balls like i do and how did it compare in ball flight/trajectory/LA?


    The tensei and the even launch similarly, but I couldn't get the pw to spin enough for me. The even flow is pretty much ideal for me right now.




    45.25" for both shafts?
    Taylormade M1 460 8.5* (2016) Tensei Pro Orange 70TX
    TEE E8 Beta 13* 3 Wood Aldila Rogue Silver 70X
    Callaway Razr X MB H Stamp 3-PW DGX100
    Titleist Vokey SM6 50* | SM5 54* | 58*
    Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 34" Super Stroke Slim 3.0 CounterCore

    Callaway FT-9 Tour 8.5* iMix Fubuki Tour 63X
    Titleist 681T 2-PW DGS400
    Odyssey Protype ix #1 34" Super Stroke Slim 3.0
  • gioguy21gioguy21 NJMembers Posts: 7,124 ✭✭
    ph00ny wrote:
    gioguy21 wrote:

    ph00ny wrote:
    gioguy21 wrote:


    Aright fellas -- played two rounds with this guy on the weekend -- have some interesting thoughts on it, specifically when compared to the Copperhead.



    Driver Specs:

    - 2017 M2 (non-tour head) 10.5* with lead tape on heel, forward

    - both shafts play to 45.25" long

    - both setups listed below were played at D4 (copper) and D5 (even flow black) respectively

    - both setups were put in the standard loft position

    - neither shaft has been tipped



    Even Flow Black 65g 6.5(X):



    This shaft is a T1100 that's been massaged. The T1100 was a bit firmer, more stout, harsher feedback -- but flat out delivers good ballspeed, decent low spin (unless the indian puts a bad move on it) and dispersion is pretty good but doesn't like to go left. The Even Flow Black is a smoother, just as stable, predictable, don't-go-left shaft with a paint scheme that's pretty darn awesome in my M2. I hit a bunch of bombs this weekend that just wanted to go absolutely dead nuts straight. It was obvious to me that the Even Flow Black, for me, was getting a touch less spin than the T1100 since a miss was just a baby cut, not a high spinny one out to the right (the T1100 felt like if you eazed off it a touch, it wanted to push balls right). i DID hit a few draws with it, but i really had to try to get it to work. realistically i'd just rather play a straight ball or a baby cut.



    Now, i'm sure you're all wondering -- "but Gio...what about the 'walk on water' Copperhead?"



    Here's the hard truth -- for my swing, and my golf game:



    if i need to hit a fairway -- i use the copper.

    if i want to hit bombs that roll for a long time -- i use the even flow.



    when comparing the two, i know for a fact how far and where the copper is going - i know i'm just getting used to the even flow, but i can tell from where i was on the course (played this course 5+ times with the copper already) that the even flow was a consistent 10y or more past the copper.



    when comparing the two for FEEL -- i think it's honestly a toss of a coin. the copper has a bit more of an energy release feel while the even flow is a lot like a blueboard type (sorry diamana) feel with whiteboard results.



    if anyone has questions on how the even flow black compares to any of the following -- i'll gladly try to answer them



    - T1100

    - KK DC

    - Copperhead

    - Black Mamba

    - Speeder Pro XLR8

    - KK XT

    - GP-7/GP-6

    - White/Blueboard series

    - Tensei Pro White



    i'll take some pics tonight - however it would appear rookieblue took care of that.




    How did you like it against Tensei PW? Also iirc, you hit high balls like i do and how did it compare in ball flight/trajectory/LA?


    The tensei and the even launch similarly, but I couldn't get the pw to spin enough for me. The even flow is pretty much ideal for me right now.




    45.25" for both shafts?


    Yessir

    2017 Tour Issue M1 460 / 9.2* / Rogue 130 Silver 70TX tipped 1"
    Epic Flash SZ / 3+ / DF 70TX tipped 1.50"
    Epic Flash / 5 / BF 90TX Tipped 1.75"
    785 / 3-PW / PX 7.0
    RTX4 / 52, 59 / DG S400
    SC Kombi-s / 35.5"

  • ph00nyph00ny Members Posts: 1,679
    edited Aug 5, 2017 #38
    gioguy21 wrote:

    ph00ny wrote:
    gioguy21 wrote:

    ph00ny wrote:
    gioguy21 wrote:


    Aright fellas -- played two rounds with this guy on the weekend -- have some interesting thoughts on it, specifically when compared to the Copperhead.



    Driver Specs:

    - 2017 M2 (non-tour head) 10.5* with lead tape on heel, forward

    - both shafts play to 45.25" long

    - both setups listed below were played at D4 (copper) and D5 (even flow black) respectively

    - both setups were put in the standard loft position

    - neither shaft has been tipped



    Even Flow Black 65g 6.5(X):



    This shaft is a T1100 that's been massaged. The T1100 was a bit firmer, more stout, harsher feedback -- but flat out delivers good ballspeed, decent low spin (unless the indian puts a bad move on it) and dispersion is pretty good but doesn't like to go left. The Even Flow Black is a smoother, just as stable, predictable, don't-go-left shaft with a paint scheme that's pretty darn awesome in my M2. I hit a bunch of bombs this weekend that just wanted to go absolutely dead nuts straight. It was obvious to me that the Even Flow Black, for me, was getting a touch less spin than the T1100 since a miss was just a baby cut, not a high spinny one out to the right (the T1100 felt like if you eazed off it a touch, it wanted to push balls right). i DID hit a few draws with it, but i really had to try to get it to work. realistically i'd just rather play a straight ball or a baby cut.



    Now, i'm sure you're all wondering -- "but Gio...what about the 'walk on water' Copperhead?"



    Here's the hard truth -- for my swing, and my golf game:



    if i need to hit a fairway -- i use the copper.

    if i want to hit bombs that roll for a long time -- i use the even flow.



    when comparing the two, i know for a fact how far and where the copper is going - i know i'm just getting used to the even flow, but i can tell from where i was on the course (played this course 5+ times with the copper already) that the even flow was a consistent 10y or more past the copper.



    when comparing the two for FEEL -- i think it's honestly a toss of a coin. the copper has a bit more of an energy release feel while the even flow is a lot like a blueboard type (sorry diamana) feel with whiteboard results.



    if anyone has questions on how the even flow black compares to any of the following -- i'll gladly try to answer them



    - T1100

    - KK DC

    - Copperhead

    - Black Mamba

    - Speeder Pro XLR8

    - KK XT

    - GP-7/GP-6

    - White/Blueboard series

    - Tensei Pro White



    i'll take some pics tonight - however it would appear rookieblue took care of that.




    How did you like it against Tensei PW? Also iirc, you hit high balls like i do and how did it compare in ball flight/trajectory/LA?


    The tensei and the even launch similarly, but I couldn't get the pw to spin enough for me. The even flow is pretty much ideal for me right now.




    45.25" for both shafts?


    Yessir




    Awesome!!! Thanks. I think it might be due to the swingweight but i can't seem to hit shorter shafted drivers. Don't ask me why or how



    Other clubs i have trouble hitting: Hybrids, and GI irons with large soles
    Taylormade M1 460 8.5* (2016) Tensei Pro Orange 70TX
    TEE E8 Beta 13* 3 Wood Aldila Rogue Silver 70X
    Callaway Razr X MB H Stamp 3-PW DGX100
    Titleist Vokey SM6 50* | SM5 54* | 58*
    Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 34" Super Stroke Slim 3.0 CounterCore

    Callaway FT-9 Tour 8.5* iMix Fubuki Tour 63X
    Titleist 681T 2-PW DGS400
    Odyssey Protype ix #1 34" Super Stroke Slim 3.0
  • jlevitt9jlevitt9 Members Posts: 604 ✭✭
    edited Aug 6, 2017 #39
    I had the good fortune to test out the Even Flow Blue 65g 6.5 in my Ping G30 LST during my trip to Maui. Along with some range time, I used the shaft for three rounds, hitting driver as much as possible, encountering both windy and calm conditions at Kapalua, Wailea and the Dunes at Maui Lani.



    Currently I game the stock Ping Tour 65 X shaft. While it may seem odd for a WRX’er to use a stock shaft, the Ping Tour 65 shaft accomplishes one very important thing for my game. It keeps the left side out of play. Any miss on the left side is due to a slight pull, but never a snap hook. This is in contrast to so many of the shafts I have played in the past.



    I have a 112ss, and more of a smooth tempo than a hitter’s tempo, so the challenge with the Ping Tour shaft is getting it to load properly as it’s very stiff. A smooth, ¾ swing will either result in a lower ball flight, or a slight push fade, but a ball that is still in play. It has been difficult for me to find a shaft that I can put an easy swing on, and it loads, but when I want to really swing for the fences, it still keeps the left side out of play. After three rounds with the Even Flow, I am thrilled to say that I did not hit one snap hook, and this shaft loads even when not swinging for the fences (but can handle a strong swing). Without a doubt, this is my new gamer.



    I have gone through countless shafts trying to find what Even Flow accomplishes. The previous closest I have gotten is the Speeder Evolution II (blue with red writing). That gave me fantastic launch and spin, but it did bring the left side into play.



    Separately, the shaft is really beautiful to look at. In the grand scheme of things, that is VERY LOW on the totem pole for what’s important, but the crystal blue looks fantastic, especially when shot against the backdrop of the Hawaiian ocean!



    It has been said that this shaft is the “yang” to the “yin” of the HZRDUS series. After giving the Yellow, Red and T1100 a shot, I can say that I believe this to be true. The T1100 and Yellow really came alive when putting a full swing on it. The problem for me was in the morning, if I was still cold, it could lead to me leaning back trying to get 100% out of those shafts and snap hooking it.



    I am excited for wider availability of the Blue and Black. I trust that anyone who is looking for the ultimate combination of feel and performance, without having to swing out of their shoes, will appreciate the Even Flow offerings.
    Ping G30 LST - Ping Tour 65x
    TaylorMade - R15 3 HL - Matrix Code 8
    Mizzy Fli-Hi 3 iron - Project X 6.0
    Cobra Fly-Z Pro 4-AW - DG X100 ss1x
    Vokey Wedgeworks 54* K Grind- DG S200
    Ping Glide (SS) 60*/Lob Combo Grind - DG S400
    Cameron Select NP2


    WITB Link
  • mister2coolmister2cool Members Posts: 3,687 ✭✭
    Had one range session with Black 65 6.0. I very much echo what the others have found that Even Flow is much easier to load comparing to T1100. To me it feels a lot more like the Yellow that came in my M1 with a slightly lower ball flight.

    I only tried a few swings to hit a draw so I don't have a conclusion yet, but it seems to be easier than T1100 to do so. It was nearly impossible to get a draw with T1100.
    2017 M1 440 10.5, Project X Even Flow Black 65 6.0
    2017 M1 3W, Project X Even Flow Blue 75 6.0
    RBZ Stage 2 18*H,Project X Even Flow Blue 85 6.0
    Srixon z945 4-P, DG S300
    Nike Engage DS 52* DG S400
    Nike Engage TS 58* DG S400
    Callaway X-Forged 64* DG S400
    Putter... Who needs that?
  • gioguy21gioguy21 NJMembers Posts: 7,124 ✭✭
    Used my black/M2 combo to shoot a -2, 70 to win my tourney by 3 shots. I hit 10/14 fairways for the day but missed only one fairway with the driver. Overall I realized the more I'm playing with it the more consistent I'm getting. One note, I'm hitting straighter than I ever have. No draws, very minor cuts...but 95% of the time u can hang clothes on it.



    Playing again today -

    2017 Tour Issue M1 460 / 9.2* / Rogue 130 Silver 70TX tipped 1"
    Epic Flash SZ / 3+ / DF 70TX tipped 1.50"
    Epic Flash / 5 / BF 90TX Tipped 1.75"
    785 / 3-PW / PX 7.0
    RTX4 / 52, 59 / DG S400
    SC Kombi-s / 35.5"

  • TitleistHOGTitleistHOG Warner Robins, GAMembers Posts: 1,676 ✭✭
    What weight ranges do the blues come in? Looking to try a 70 range to compare to my KK XT 70X
  • t4t3rt4t3r Members Posts: 2,654 ✭✭
    Interested in trying one of these when they hit retail. Hoping the price isn't too crazy.
    Ping G400 Max 9* - Project X Evenflow T1100 White 6.5
    Callaway Alpha 816 DBD 14* - Diamana D+ 70x
    Callaway Alpha 815 20* - UST iRoD 85x
    Callaway 2013 X-Forged 4-PW - Nippon Modus 130
    Titleist Vokey SM7 Raw 52.08F
    Titleist Vokey SM6 Raw 56.08M
    Callaway MD4 Raw 60.08C
    Scotty Cameron Milspec 350g
  • TitleistHOGTitleistHOG Warner Robins, GAMembers Posts: 1,676 ✭✭
    What are the specs for these shafts?
  • mister2coolmister2cool Members Posts: 3,687 ✭✭
    Had a second range session and getting on terms better with this 6.0 Black. I would very much stick to my previous post that this one is almost like a mix up with HZRDUS yellow and T1100. Ball flight was similar to what I got with T1100 but feel was more like a yellow.

    I really didn't have to swing "balls to the wall" like I use to do with T1100 and get very similar result in terms of flight and distance. Having used nothing but the T1100 for pretty much this entire season so far, I was having a hard time to restrain myself and ease up on the tempo. I don't know if others have similar finding but when I am swinging too quick impact actually felt very dead. It's almost like the shaft never got a chance to release at all. It almost felt like what you would get when you hit an iron fat...



    I was amazed at reading 17 pg long discussion on this shaft at another site, and many have commented that the Blue could be the best feeling shaft ever. now I am intrigued...
    2017 M1 440 10.5, Project X Even Flow Black 65 6.0
    2017 M1 3W, Project X Even Flow Blue 75 6.0
    RBZ Stage 2 18*H,Project X Even Flow Blue 85 6.0
    Srixon z945 4-P, DG S300
    Nike Engage DS 52* DG S400
    Nike Engage TS 58* DG S400
    Callaway X-Forged 64* DG S400
    Putter... Who needs that?
  • Z1ggy16Z1ggy16 Members Posts: 7,173 ✭✭
    That blue looks SO good.
    WITB
    DRIVER MIA
    LTD Kai'li 70X
    818H2 Tour Blue 85X
    P790 4i Modus 120X
    P770 5-PW KBS Tour FLT
    Glide Stealth 2.0 50/10SS AMT Wedge
    Glide Stealth 2.0 54/12SS AMT Wedge
    Glide Stealth 2.0 58/12SS Modus 125 Wedge (Hi Toe 58 KBS Wedge in test)
    TP Black Copper Juno w/ PX 7.0 Wedge
    TP5X
    Sun Mountain 4.5 Bag

  • markjincmarkjinc Banned Posts: 1,900
    Is there a release date set yet?
  • mister2coolmister2cool Members Posts: 3,687 ✭✭
    edited Aug 8, 2017 #48
    markjinc wrote:


    Is there a release date set yet?




    9/16, don't know pricing though. I assume the standard $300 to start with?



    On the other forum, many are crying that 9/16 is going to be a very expensive day.
    2017 M1 440 10.5, Project X Even Flow Black 65 6.0
    2017 M1 3W, Project X Even Flow Blue 75 6.0
    RBZ Stage 2 18*H,Project X Even Flow Blue 85 6.0
    Srixon z945 4-P, DG S300
    Nike Engage DS 52* DG S400
    Nike Engage TS 58* DG S400
    Callaway X-Forged 64* DG S400
    Putter... Who needs that?
  • Ripper17Ripper17 Members Posts: 256 ✭✭
    I here they are going to be 400 each
  • TrueTemperTrueTemper Sponsors Posts: 1,231 ✭✭

    markjinc wrote:


    Is there a release date set yet?




    9/16, don't know pricing though. I assume the standard $300 to start with?



    On the other forum, many are crying that 9/16 is going to be a very expensive day.




    Our MSRP is the same as HZRDUS, but that's only MSRP, expect similar pricing to HZRDUS.
    WI Don's Bag Dr- EvenFlow Blue, FWs- HZRDUS Red Hy- EvenFlow Blue, Irons- Prototypes
  • Golfer-91Golfer-91 Members Posts: 57
    Have a black on the way. Can't wait!
    Tour issue 17 m2 9.5 hzrdus black 75 6.5/kk xt 70 tx<br />M2 tour 15 hzrdus black 85 6.5<br />T-mb 2 hzrdus red 85 6.5<br />4-pw p750 dg x7 <br />48-54-60 sm6 jet black dg s400<br />Scotty Cameron 5w<br />
  • gioguy21gioguy21 NJMembers Posts: 7,124 ✭✭
    it's safe to say this, but the xtorsion copper has been put on hold for awhile. the even flow black is in the bag for the foreseeable future.

    2017 Tour Issue M1 460 / 9.2* / Rogue 130 Silver 70TX tipped 1"
    Epic Flash SZ / 3+ / DF 70TX tipped 1.50"
    Epic Flash / 5 / BF 90TX Tipped 1.75"
    785 / 3-PW / PX 7.0
    RTX4 / 52, 59 / DG S400
    SC Kombi-s / 35.5"

  • markjincmarkjinc Banned Posts: 1,900
    I need an evenflow black 60TX badly...
  • mister2coolmister2cool Members Posts: 3,687 ✭✭
    So I have had a few more range sessions, and I am still not in love with my Black 6.0 yet. Comparing to T1100, yes it is a lot easier to load, yes you feel a lot more kick through impact and yes it's a little easier to get the club to turn over, but I still struggle to get the tempo right with this shaft. I have yet to see any distance gain vs T1100 either, likely because as I am trying to slow down the tempo I am not getting as much club head speed as before.

    I will keep working on this and see if I can get this to work for me.
    2017 M1 440 10.5, Project X Even Flow Black 65 6.0
    2017 M1 3W, Project X Even Flow Blue 75 6.0
    RBZ Stage 2 18*H,Project X Even Flow Blue 85 6.0
    Srixon z945 4-P, DG S300
    Nike Engage DS 52* DG S400
    Nike Engage TS 58* DG S400
    Callaway X-Forged 64* DG S400
    Putter... Who needs that?
  • RookieBlue7RookieBlue7 Members Posts: 13,157 ✭✭
    I've assembled mine (had it done for days now). I honestly think it's monsoon season for north Georgia. Or the great flood. I can't decide which. It has rained every day for about a week now and today? More of the same.



    As for the build, I flo'd the shaft using the tip tracer from Golf Mechanix. It came out graphics up in the most stable orientation, which is fine, graphics don't bother me at all. My T1100 is the same way. Looks like there will be a break on Saturday. Rain today (already misting), 50% chance tomorrow but only overcast Saturday and Sunday back to rainy...
  • gioguy21gioguy21 NJMembers Posts: 7,124 ✭✭


    I've assembled mine (had it done for days now). I honestly think it's monsoon season for north Georgia. Or the great flood. I can't decide which. It has rained every day for about a week now and today? More of the same.



    As for the build, I flo'd the shaft using the tip tracer from Golf Mechanix. It came out graphics up in the most stable orientation, which is fine, graphics don't bother me at all. My T1100 is the same way. Looks like there will be a break on Saturday. Rain today (already misting), 50% chance tomorrow but only overcast Saturday and Sunday back to rainy...
    intrigued to hear what you think about it - and hopefully you can put golf shoes on instead of waders.

    2017 Tour Issue M1 460 / 9.2* / Rogue 130 Silver 70TX tipped 1"
    Epic Flash SZ / 3+ / DF 70TX tipped 1.50"
    Epic Flash / 5 / BF 90TX Tipped 1.75"
    785 / 3-PW / PX 7.0
    RTX4 / 52, 59 / DG S400
    SC Kombi-s / 35.5"

  • Johnny TJohnny T Wait for me guys! Members Posts: 3,920 ✭✭
    I've replaced my HZRDUS Yellow with the Even Flow Blue. I didn't see any distance gains and ball flight was very similar but the Blue feels better. The Blue seems to work better on my bad swings too.



    I don't know if the Blue is the best feeling shaft I've ever hit but I do think it is the best feeling PX shaft I've hit. Hard to describe but it feels really good...can feel it load without it feeling like you lose the clubhead yet has a firmness to it.
    Taylormade 2017 M1 460 - Fujikura Speeder 757 Evo IV
    Titleist 917 F2 - Fujikura Speeder 757 Evo IV
    Titleist 816 H1 - Fujikura Motore Speeder TS 8.8 HB
    Titleist 716 T-MB 4-PW - Fujikura Pro 115
    Titleist Vokey SM6 50/54/58 - Project X LZ
    Edel E-3 Torque Balanced
  • leftygolfer15leftygolfer15 Members Posts: 1,276 ✭✭
    Anyone need a blue 85g 6.5?
  • jth3333jth3333 Members Posts: 266 ✭✭
    Need a blue 75 6.0
  • markjincmarkjinc Banned Posts: 1,900
    I need a 65g black!!!
  • RookieBlue7RookieBlue7 Members Posts: 13,157 ✭✭
    gioguy21 wrote:



    I've assembled mine (had it done for days now). I honestly think it's monsoon season for north Georgia. Or the great flood. I can't decide which. It has rained every day for about a week now and today? More of the same.



    As for the build, I flo'd the shaft using the tip tracer from Golf Mechanix. It came out graphics up in the most stable orientation, which is fine, graphics don't bother me at all. My T1100 is the same way. Looks like there will be a break on Saturday. Rain today (already misting), 50% chance tomorrow but only overcast Saturday and Sunday back to rainy...
    intrigued to hear what you think about it - and hopefully you can put golf shoes on instead of waders.




    It's not "raining" yet today. Just overcast and a light mist. Hoping that it blows out and we get some wind behind it this afternoon and tonight
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