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  • WarrickWarrick ClubWRX  11495WRX Points: 1,333Handicap: 7Posts: 11,495 ClubWRX
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    I started to strike everything really well on the back 9 yesterday (second round of the season), shot 1 over 37 with 20-25 mph winds. Every club in the bag performed exceptionally, just love the 18's and new wood shafts.



    The greens even sucked so scoring was difficult.



    Sorry for the derail OP, just get excited talking about the Tensei Pro.
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    GBB 9* Ventus Black 6
    F9 Tour 3w\13.5 -Ventus black 7
    F9 Tour 5w\17.5- Smoke 70
    Mavrik 7w smoke 80
    Honma 737v TT Elevate Tour 
    MD5 48/53/58
    Odyssey SL Black Rossie 
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  • getitdailygetitdaily Members  3604WRX Points: 565Handicap: +.5Posts: 3,604 Titanium Tees
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    TollBros wrote:

    getitdaily wrote:

    Warrick wrote:


    The Pro White 90 is great. I hit it multiple times today, love the flight, not too low, not too high. I am not a high swing speed guy, so just got the 90s, and did not tip it. I think I am going to like this a lot, really liked it from the tee.



    These Tensei Pro shafts are for real, they literally help keep the ball in a tighter pattern, even on slight misses. This is my first foray into more exotic shafts, glad I picked these.



    The Orange is f
    awesome!!!!




    Pro blue in my hybrid and I love it. I went tx flex and tipped it. Most anti left hybrid I've ever swung. You're dead on with the dispersion comment. These shafts are legit.




    Tensei line is the unquestioned king for us. We sell more Tensei Pro line than anything else by a pretty wide margin.






    Trying....not....to....buy....a....pro...blue...for....the...driverrrrrr



    The ... are all representative of my struggle to not ho. Kind of like banner trying to keep the hulk at bay.
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  • mtgmtg Members  403WRX Points: 57Posts: 403 Greens
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    Warrick wrote:


    I started to strike everything really well on the back 9 yesterday (second round of the season), shot 1 over 37 with 20-25 mph winds. Every club in the bag performed exceptionally, just love the 18's and new wood shafts.



    The greens even sucked so scoring was difficult.



    Sorry for the derail OP, just get excited talking about the Tensei Pro.




    No worries bud. I can relate to Dr. Bruce above there; I just know I'm going to buy a Pro Orange at some point this season - even though I'm super pumped about my current setup.
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    M1 440 (TI) | Synergy Green Proto 80tx

    M5 3w | Synergy Green Proto 80tx

    Titleist 913 5w | Diamana B 80x

    Srixon Z745 4, 5i | DG120 X100, DG X100

    Srixon Z945 6-p | DG X100

    Vokey SM7/8 50F, 54S, 58S | DG S400

    Odyssey Stroke Lab Double Wide Flow

  • dunndunn Members  6362WRX Points: 163Handicap: 5Posts: 6,362 Titanium Tees
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    Don't think shafts have changed much....new label and paint



    If it worked 5 or 10 yrs ago it is still a great shaft



    757 speeder (motore, and others too), tour ad, aldila NV series, Diamana blueboards, etc all have been around for along time and still relevant



    If it fits you it fits..... I play 10 yr old iron shafts....dg x100 is most popular shaft on tour and been around for century....



    Play oban kiyoshis in wood /driver and those have even been around over 5 yrs plus....
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  • hurricanes7hurricanes7 Members  2846WRX Points: 3Posts: 2,846 Titanium Tees
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    is there a detailed tensei blue hybrid review anywhere?
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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]
  • getitdailygetitdaily Members  3604WRX Points: 565Handicap: +.5Posts: 3,604 Titanium Tees
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    is there a detailed tensei blue hybrid review anywhere?




    I can tell you a lot about it. I have the tx in my jpx900 19*
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  • golfer55082golfer55082 Members  413WRX Points: 75Posts: 413 Greens
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    Good topic. I just put GD Tour AD HY 75 Regular (NOT DI) to my Epic 3 Hybrid. I used to use stock Recoil 460 F3. Just by swinging both, I feel the GD is more flexible than Recoil. This is surprising and conflicting with the specs. Anyone has experience with this GD AD hy shaft?
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  • BromptonBrompton Members  175WRX Points: 0Handicap: 8Posts: 175
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    I have the Oban kiyoshi white in my hybrid, 95g I think, feels great!
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    Driver - XR16 / Oban Devotion 6
    3 Wood - XR Steelhead / Matrix Black Tie 75m4

    3 Hybrid - Ping G400 / Oban Kiyoshi White 95
    Irons - Miura Passing Point 9003 Straight Necks 4-Pw / Modus3 120

    Wedges - Edel driver 52* and trapper 58* / Modus 115wedge
    Best grips Microperf’s on everything

    Edel E-1 torque balanced putter
  • hurricanes7hurricanes7 Members  2846WRX Points: 3Posts: 2,846 Titanium Tees
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    here is my list of hybrid shafts to demo, any help would be appreciated. Currently have aldila tour blue 85S, 86 grams

    1. Oban revenge 85s, 92 grams

    2. Tensei Blue 80s, 79 grams

    3. Oban Devotion S-04, 86 grams

    4. VA slay 85s, 84 grams

    5. VA raijin 84s, 74 grams



    i love my oban gold 3 wood shaft, that is why oban/VA is on the list, thanks
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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]
  • budcangolfbudcangolf Members  517WRX Points: 173Posts: 517 Golden Tee
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    Anyone have comparisons between the Tensei Pro white 100TX and the Hzrdus 105X
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  • geochitowngeochitown Members  2232WRX Points: 325Handicap: 14Posts: 2,232 Platinum Tees
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    scottleo wrote:


    AD HY and AD DI hybrid shafts are on my radar, currently play the Tour Blue in my 4H and Tour Green in my 5H....




    Out of curiosity, do you see much difference in ball flight between your two hybrids 4 and 5 with Tour Blue in the 4 and Tour Green in the 5?



    I normally like to have my 22*(4H) launch a bit lower, so I have a diamana thump, but it's not really a low, maybe more of a mid-low for me.



    I have a higher launching shaft in my 25* which replaces my 24* 4 iron as I will use that more often on approaches.



    clearly your 5H will launch higher than your 4H, curious as to why you chose blue for lower loft and green for higher loft.
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    Lead Tape lovingly applied - Driver through GW
    TEE XCG7 Beta +1* to 11.5* - Testing at 43" w/ Matrix 7M3 stiff/Driver stand-in Wishon 919THI 13* Matrix 7M3 at 42.75"
    TEE XCG7 Beta 4W 16.5* - Matrix 8M2 /5W 18* - Matrix 8M2 stiff tipped 2" at 41.75"
    OR TEE XCG7 Beta 19* H - Fujikura Fit-on Red Stiff - 85 g at 39.25"
    TEE XCG7 Beta 22*H - Diamana Thump T93 Stiff untipped at 38.75"
    TEE XCG7 Beta 25*H - Diamana Thump i465ct 4i shaft stiff 38.25"
    Wishon 560MC's 5-PW (27,31,35,39,43.5,48) at -1/2" length KBS Tour 105 Stiff
    Vokey SM4 52-08F
    Cleveland TA588 57-10 (bent to 56*, so 9* bounce)
    Vokey SM5 60-07S  
    SC Futura X5r 33' flownecked by Bastain-cerakote sniper gray-silver dots-white flange sight line-SS Flatso 2.0
    OR Bastain Milled BM-007 Prototype 371g at 33"
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  • scottleoscottleo Long Island, NYMembers  1235WRX Points: 119Handicap: 5.4Posts: 1,235 Platinum Tees
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    geochitown wrote:

    scottleo wrote:


    AD HY and AD DI hybrid shafts are on my radar, currently play the Tour Blue in my 4H and Tour Green in my 5H....




    Out of curiosity, do you see much difference in ball flight between your two hybrids 4 and 5 with Tour Blue in the 4 and Tour Green in the 5?



    I normally like to have my 22*(4H) launch a bit lower, so I have a diamana thump, but it's not really a low, maybe more of a mid-low for me.



    I have a higher launching shaft in my 25* which replaces my 24* 4 iron as I will use that more often on approaches.



    clearly your 5H will launch higher than your 4H, curious as to why you chose blue for lower loft and green for higher loft.


    Sent u PM on this....blue was too high launching for me in my 5H.
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    Rogue 10.5* GDIZ 6s
    Rogue 17* GDIZ 7s
    Titleist H1 3H & 5H GDDI 85s
    Srixon 565/765 5-AW N.S. Pro Modus 105s
    Vokey SM6 54-S, 58-M N.S.Pro Modus Wedge 115
    Bettinardi Queen B8
    Taylormade TP5X/Chrome SoftX
  • TollBrosTollBros Overseer of the Test Range Sponsors  5025WRX Points: 333Posts: 5,025 Titanium Tees
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    getitdaily wrote:

    TollBros wrote:

    getitdaily wrote:

    Warrick wrote:


    The Pro White 90 is great. I hit it multiple times today, love the flight, not too low, not too high. I am not a high swing speed guy, so just got the 90s, and did not tip it. I think I am going to like this a lot, really liked it from the tee.



    These Tensei Pro shafts are for real, they literally help keep the ball in a tighter pattern, even on slight misses. This is my first foray into more exotic shafts, glad I picked these.



    The Orange is f
    awesome!!!!




    Pro blue in my hybrid and I love it. I went tx flex and tipped it. Most anti left hybrid I've ever swung. You're dead on with the dispersion comment. These shafts are legit.




    Tensei line is the unquestioned king for us. We sell more Tensei Pro line than anything else by a pretty wide margin.






    Trying....not....to....buy....a....pro...blue...for....the...driverrrrrr



    The ... are all representative of my struggle to not ho. Kind of like banner trying to keep the hulk at bay.




    The shaft is the most important part of the golf club. Stick a Synergy Black or Kuro Kàge Dual Core XT in any head and I'll figure out a way to control it within 5 swings. It's all about balance point, weight and profile being right for your swing. Without that, consistent contact is significantly more challenging.
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  • getitdailygetitdaily Members  3604WRX Points: 565Handicap: +.5Posts: 3,604 Titanium Tees
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    TollBros wrote:

    getitdaily wrote:

    TollBros wrote:

    getitdaily wrote:

    Warrick wrote:


    The Pro White 90 is great. I hit it multiple times today, love the flight, not too low, not too high. I am not a high swing speed guy, so just got the 90s, and did not tip it. I think I am going to like this a lot, really liked it from the tee.



    These Tensei Pro shafts are for real, they literally help keep the ball in a tighter pattern, even on slight misses. This is my first foray into more exotic shafts, glad I picked these.



    The Orange is f
    awesome!!!!




    Pro blue in my hybrid and I love it. I went tx flex and tipped it. Most anti left hybrid I've ever swung. You're dead on with the dispersion comment. These shafts are legit.




    Tensei line is the unquestioned king for us. We sell more Tensei Pro line than anything else by a pretty wide margin.






    Trying....not....to....buy....a....pro...blue...for....the...driverrrrrr



    The ... are all representative of my struggle to not ho. Kind of like banner trying to keep the hulk at bay.




    The shaft is the most important part of the golf club. Stick a Synergy Black or Kuro Kàge Dual Core XT in any head and I'll figure out a way to control it within 5 swings. It's all about balance point, weight and profile being right for your swing. Without that, consistent contact is significantly more challenging.




    Couldn't agree more. Had this exact conversation with my uncle this past weekend too. I really like the rogue 125msi in my driver so I'm going to resist the urge to buy a pro blue for the driver.
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  • Z1ggy16Z1ggy16 Members  9567WRX Points: 1,573Posts: 9,567 Titanium Tees
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    I have the Altus in my 4h and a regular Tensei blue in the 3h. Now that I've had a little bit of swing change action this year, I'm starting to over power the shafts a little bit. The weights feel perfect (90 and 80g range respectively) but the tips feel a bit active.



    I may throw down for a fairway wood and hybrid fitting this year to see if some more "high end" shafts could benefit me. I wasn't really a believer in high end vs low end but I ended up in a high end driver shaft and it's so much better than my old $80 one. I know Tom Wishon gas gone on saying how it's not a thing (the high vs low end debate) but anecdotally, I feel it has made a difference for me thus far.



    Interested in Tensei pro blue and/or AD-DI, possibly pro white but I worry spin could be too low. Will let the numbers make that call.
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    D - SIM Max | Tour Z Xtreme 475; 4w - SIM Ti | Diamana B 80; 4h - 818H2 | Tensei White 90; Irons - P760 5-PW | Modus 120; GW - Glide 3.0 50/12 | S400 Tour Issue; SW - Glide 3.0 54/12| S400 Tour Issue; LW - Glide 3.0 58/10 | S400 Tour Issue; P - Toulon San Diego or Directed Force 2.1; Ball - TP5 Pix 2.0

    Incoming gear: Speedzone Xtreme 9* Driver,  Speedzone 5w, Speedzone 4i & 5i

  • aussiebaussieb Lefty Boomers  840WRX Points: 106Handicap: +1.8Posts: 840 Golden Tee
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    I'm a big fan of the older 904HB and 8D07HB. But ACCRA Tour Zx Hybrid is the tightest dispersion I've used without feeling dead like an iron shaft. I'm still on the Axiv XH85, but if it's not broke....

    Would like to give the KBS Prototype a go in my DI as it was impressive in a few demos I've tried.
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    SIM 9*, Accra RPG 472 M5+, 44.5" M5 15*, Accra TZx 475 M5, 43" Ping G400 19*, Accra XH85, 41" SEL MP20 4-P, Modus 130X T20 50*7, 54*8,60*6 Modus Wedge 125 Toulon San Diego 33.5" 2019 Srixon XV
    Occasionally throw in a DI over the hybrid, JPX919HM 20*, GD DI-105X or Callaway UT 21*, KBS Proto 85X
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  • SBH9458SBH9458 Go Army! Beat Navy! Members  1297WRX Points: 209Handicap: It is ClimbingPosts: 1,297 Platinum Tees
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    My favorites of all time without a doubt....ADDI 105X and Oban Purple 100-05.
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  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Tasmania to CanadaMembers  13762WRX Points: 2,618Handicap: 0.9 >< 3.8Posts: 13,762 Titanium Tees
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    Loved the 904hb, then the px hb6 97g 7.0, and now the Matrix hq3 Red X



    I've hit the AD DI 95x in t-mb long irons and loved it



    Gotta find and try an Oban it seems
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    Ping G400 LST 11* Fujikura Tour Spec 660TRx
    Ping G400 3w 13.5* Oban Revenge 65.05
    Callaway GBB 5w 17.5* Aldila NVS Pink 85x
    Callaway 19 Apex 4h 23* VTS Silver 100Hx
    Callaway 19 Apex 5h 26* GD Tour AD DI 105x
    Ping Blueprint 6 - PW UST Recoil 110
    Vokey SM2 50* + 54*&59* TVD M onyx s400
    Callaway PM grind 64*
    Piretti Matera Elite torched

  • WarrickWarrick ClubWRX  11495WRX Points: 1,333Handicap: 7Posts: 11,495 ClubWRX
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    I am about a year in with my Epic 3H - Pro White, not going anywhere.....
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    GBB 9* Ventus Black 6
    F9 Tour 3w\13.5 -Ventus black 7
    F9 Tour 5w\17.5- Smoke 70
    Mavrik 7w smoke 80
    Honma 737v TT Elevate Tour 
    MD5 48/53/58
    Odyssey SL Black Rossie 
    TM TP5X pix
  • noodle3872noodle3872 Chilliwack B.C. CanadaMembers  3244WRX Points: 584Handicap: 8.3Posts: 3,244 Titanium Tees
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    MCA OT Hybrid or Tensei Pro Blue. Virtually identical playability with a subtle difference in feel.
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    Callaway Mavrik 9° driver Tensei Pro White 50 S Flex

    Callaway Mavrik 15° fairway wood Tensei Pro Blue 60 S Flex

    Callaway Mavrik 20° hybrid MMT 90 S Flex

    Mizuno MP 20 MMC 4-PW Modus3 Tour 120 S flex

    Mizuno S18 Gunmetal Wedges 50-07, 55-13 and 60-06 Modus3 125 Wedge

    Odyssey Stroke Lab Ten S

    Callaway Chrome Soft Triple Track

  • TheGriftKingsTheGriftKings Members  246WRX Points: 41Posts: 246 Fairways
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    I’m REALLY struggling to find a driiving iron shaft.



    I have a Pro Orange 70TX in both my Driver and 3 wood and flat out love it. Problem is, I can’t find a suitable shaft for my UDI 2 iron. I have the Pro White 100TX and it feels way too boardy in the middle of the shaft. I feel like I have to swing out of my shoes to square the face. I’ve also tried the Aldila Rip Tour 90 (meh feel) and the HZRDUS 85 6.5 flex (too light). Neither work for me.



    If you like the Pro Orange profile, what would be a good hybrid/driving iron shaft?
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  • WarrickWarrick ClubWRX  11495WRX Points: 1,333Handicap: 7Posts: 11,495 ClubWRX
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    I play the PO in driver and 3w, love the white in hybrid.



    Did you think of trying the White in 90/100 stiff?
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    GBB 9* Ventus Black 6
    F9 Tour 3w\13.5 -Ventus black 7
    F9 Tour 5w\17.5- Smoke 70
    Mavrik 7w smoke 80
    Honma 737v TT Elevate Tour 
    MD5 48/53/58
    Odyssey SL Black Rossie 
    TM TP5X pix
  • Z1ggy16Z1ggy16 Members  9567WRX Points: 1,573Posts: 9,567 Titanium Tees
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    I'm REALLY struggling to find a driiving iron shaft.



    I have a Pro Orange 70TX in both my Driver and 3 wood and flat out love it. Problem is, I can't find a suitable shaft for my UDI 2 iron. I have the Pro White 100TX and it feels way too boardy in the middle of the shaft. I feel like I have to swing out of my shoes to square the face. I've also tried the Aldila Rip Tour 90 (meh feel) and the HZRDUS 85 6.5 flex (too light). Neither work for me.



    If you like the Pro Orange profile, what would be a good hybrid/driving iron shaft?


    I've heard the 100TX is a beast. TollBros has stated on here he fits most into the 90TX over the 100.



    I'd try the 90TX. If not that...maybe Evenflow Black 85X could work.



    As for me, I'm going to be putting an Aldila Tour Blue 85X in my 818 in the coming weeks. The Proforce V2 is just kind of meh. The yellow is distracting and I don't love the feel hugely. I'll post some thoughts once I get the club built.
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    D - SIM Max | Tour Z Xtreme 475; 4w - SIM Ti | Diamana B 80; 4h - 818H2 | Tensei White 90; Irons - P760 5-PW | Modus 120; GW - Glide 3.0 50/12 | S400 Tour Issue; SW - Glide 3.0 54/12| S400 Tour Issue; LW - Glide 3.0 58/10 | S400 Tour Issue; P - Toulon San Diego or Directed Force 2.1; Ball - TP5 Pix 2.0

    Incoming gear: Speedzone Xtreme 9* Driver,  Speedzone 5w, Speedzone 4i & 5i

  • mtgmtg Members  403WRX Points: 57Posts: 403 Greens
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    cardoustie wrote:


    Loved the 904hb, then the px hb6 97g 7.0, and now the Matrix hq3 Red X



    I've hit the AD DI 95x in t-mb long irons and loved it



    Gotta find and try an Oban it seems




    What'd you think of the profile on the PX hb6. I have the 6.5 version of that shaft sitting around (HC1 or whatever). I've wanted to put it in a DI for a while, but just haven't gotten around to it.



    I played KBS hybrid proto for a good chunk of this past season in my driving iron. Its a really good performer. Medium flex in the handle (definitely the softest part of the profile), gets firmer into the mid and has a pretty stiff tip. Just enough play to feel like its not going to hit frozen ropes. But its a lowish launcher for me. I had the 85x, which did play a hair light for my preference - but they build them to play to flex even at the lighter weight. FWIW mine snapped just below the hosel. Weird that KBS has tip bending issues with their steel shafts and this happened in the graphite. Like I said its a good shaft. I'm going to find something new this season though.
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    M1 440 (TI) | Synergy Green Proto 80tx

    M5 3w | Synergy Green Proto 80tx

    Titleist 913 5w | Diamana B 80x

    Srixon Z745 4, 5i | DG120 X100, DG X100

    Srixon Z945 6-p | DG X100

    Vokey SM7/8 50F, 54S, 58S | DG S400

    Odyssey Stroke Lab Double Wide Flow

  • TheGriftKingsTheGriftKings Members  246WRX Points: 41Posts: 246 Fairways
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    After several weeks, I’ve decided to part ways with two of my UDI experiments and post them in the classifieds: the Tensei Pro White 100TX and Tour AD 95X. Let me know if anyone’s interested in seeing if they work better for you.
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    No love for the Speeder series? My Mizuno CLK came with one and it's been great so far.
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    Epic Flash / Apex / Epic / MD4 / Phantom X5.5 + Pro 2.0 TS / ATMOS TS Blue / Pro 2.0 / Nippon

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    Anyone tried a Aldila Black 110?

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