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  • john.leejohn.lee Members Posts: 14
    edited Oct 28, 2018 #122



    Drivers:

    455 cc

    Moveable weights

    New adapter

    LS, SFT, Std. version available



    New fairways, hybrids (now adjustable), crossover, irons.




    Did you see the irons? If so, what do they look like and how do they compare to the other G iorns




    Much less offset
  • hd.softailhd.softail Members Posts: 479 ✭✭
    When is PING going to stop messing around and just release the EYE2+ Anniversary Edition Irons !?
  • matchavezmatchavez Members Posts: 4,140 ✭✭
    hd.softail wrote:


    When is PING going to stop messing around and just release the EYE2+ Anniversary Edition Irons !?




    They won't. Get that out of your mind.



    Those old irons are a large leap backwards. Ping would get absolutely buried for putting out a $1200 set of irons that can basically be had on eBay for $100. It's a case where people want them, but not really. The value is just perceived. If you want an "eye2 wedge", they still make that in the ES. Otherwise, get an older set, get them refinished, and that's going to be more meaningful than some Chinese copy of what everyone's favourite iron used to be. You'll be surprised at how unforgiving they are compared to modern irons.



    That takes nothing away with how great they were at the time. But if you want a "classic car", you don't wait around for the new version to look like the old one. You go restore the old one.
  • tbowles411tbowles411 ClubWRX Posts: 25,117 ✭✭
    matchavez wrote:

    hd.softail wrote:


    When is PING going to stop messing around and just release the EYE2+ Anniversary Edition Irons !?




    They won't. Get that out of your mind.



    Those old irons are a large leap backwards. Ping would get absolutely buried for putting out a $1200 set of irons that can basically be had on eBay for $100. It's a case where people want them, but not really. The value is just perceived. If you want an "eye2 wedge", they still make that in the ES. Otherwise, get an older set, get them refinished, and that's going to be more meaningful than some Chinese copy of what everyone's favourite iron used to be. You'll be surprised at how unforgiving they are compared to modern irons.



    That takes nothing away with how great they were at the time. But if you want a "classic car", you don't wait around for the new version to look like the old one. You go restore the old one.


    I can't agree with this enough.
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    Mizuno ST190 3TS
    Mizuno CLK 2 Hybrid
    Mizuno Fli-Hi 4 Iron Replacement
    Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal (5-PW)
    Mizuno S18 Wedges - Blue Ion (50-7, 54-12, 58-16, 62-8)
    Scotty Cameron Phantom X12
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  • erock9174erock9174 North Canton, OHMembers Posts: 3,943 ✭✭
    matchavez wrote:

    hd.softail wrote:


    When is PING going to stop messing around and just release the EYE2+ Anniversary Edition Irons !?




    They won't. Get that out of your mind.



    Those old irons are a large leap backwards. Ping would get absolutely buried for putting out a $1200 set of irons that can basically be had on eBay for $100. It's a case where people want them, but not really. The value is just perceived. If you want an "eye2 wedge", they still make that in the ES. Otherwise, get an older set, get them refinished, and that's going to be more meaningful than some Chinese copy of what everyone's favourite iron used to be. You'll be surprised at how unforgiving they are compared to modern irons.



    That takes nothing away with how great they were at the time. But if you want a "classic car", you don't wait around for the new version to look like the old one. You go restore the old one.




    Agreed

    I have some eye2 knockoffs I grew up playing. I hit them last year against some G15’s and G20’s. Wasn’t even close to today’s irons.

    Driver: PXG Gen 2 0811 XF 14*
    FW: Ping G400 SFT 5w
    Hybrids: Exotics XRail 23*/26*
    Irons: Ping G700 6-UW
    Wedges: Cleveland CBX 56*/60* - Callaway Sure Out 64*
    Putter: Ping Sigma G Tyne H


  • SocratesSocrates How can it be so *&#% hard to make a shoulder turn? WinnipegClubWRX Posts: 9,236 ClubWRX
    hd.softail wrote:


    When is PING going to stop messing around and just release the EYE2+ Anniversary Edition Irons !?


    They already went down that road with the Eye2 XG wedges. Massive sales failure. Outside of places like WRX, nobody cares.
    Ping G400 9º TFC 419 Stiff at 45"
    Cobra F8 5-6 Fwy at 18.5° Stiff
    Ping i20 3 Hyb 707H Stiff
    X2 Hot 4_-PW Recoil 660 F3 +1/2"
    Ping Forged 52°, ES 56º and ES 60º
    Ping Sigma2 Valor at 34.5"
    MCC Align Midsize
    Moving to the bench:
    Jazz Bear Cat 3 wd Aerotech Stiff
    Vokey SM2 52º cc
    Scotty X7M Dual 38"
  • MtlJeffMtlJeff MontrealMembers Posts: 28,372 ✭✭
    Socrates wrote:

    hd.softail wrote:


    When is PING going to stop messing around and just release the EYE2+ Anniversary Edition Irons !?


    They already went down that road with the Eye2 XG wedges. Massive sales failure. Outside of places like WRX, nobody cares.




    I had them and never saw anyone else with them.
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    Callaway Steelhead XR 18 w/S300
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    Callaway MD Forged 52,56 w/S300
    Callaway MD 2.0 60 PM grind w/s300
    SGC Northwood Center Shaft 400g
  • Deadpool_25Deadpool_25 Members Posts: 2,403 ✭✭
    tbone18 wrote:



    I've been really intrigued by the G400 Max, but I figured it was due for new series.
    G400 max will not be replaced in February. It stays in the line up.




    Maybe because that driver still seems one of the best on the market. Ridiculously good for me, and that’s just tossing in a Tensei White I had laying around. I’m accurate as **** with it and hit it long enough. I’m scared to take it on a LM lol
  • Green ValleyGreen Valley Members Posts: 770 ✭✭
    Socrates wrote:

    nic19 wrote:


    Can someone confirm that these irons are smaller in profile and more like the Rogue pro? Its been mentioned but can someone whos seen them let me know


    They are not. They still look like a G400 in profile. Back is different though.




    From what you saw is it more like G25 or G400 iron line
  • RSinSGRSinSG ClubWRX Posts: 3,073 ClubWRX
    matchavez wrote:






    They won't. Get that out of your mind.



    Those old irons are a large leap backwards. Ping would get absolutely buried for putting out a $1200 set of irons that can basically be had on eBay for $100. It's a case where people want them, but not really. The value is just perceived. If you want an "eye2 wedge", they still make that in the ES. Otherwise, get an older set, get them refinished, and that's going to be more meaningful than some Chinese copy of what everyone's favourite iron used to be. You'll be surprised at how unforgiving they are compared to modern irons.



    That takes nothing away with how great they were at the time. But if you want a "classic car", you don't wait around for the new version to look like the old one. You go restore the old one.




    I still have my original Eye 2 irons with the Eye 2 woods that I got in 1982. I take them out once a year or so and you are correct- they do not match the performance of modern clubs. I’ll never get rid of them, but I don’t use them when I’m serious about a score.
    Ping G400 Tour AD DI6s
    Ping G30 3 wood, 5 wood
    Ben Hogan VTKR 21* hybrid
    Ping G400 Irons 5-SW, Steel Fiber i95
    Ping Glide 60* LW
    Scotty Cameron Studio Blade (or)
     Scotty CameronFastback
    Gamegolf
    https://www.ledges.com/ Home course
  • norge5norge5 Members Posts: 1,492 ✭✭
    I was one of the posters pining for a new version of the eye2's but I think you are probably right that they don't compare to today's irons. That being said, my buddy played isi's until last year and now has moved into the G400's and I don't see any difference in his iron game at all. No better, no worse. He doesn't hit the G400's any further either. He never had the irons worked on other than he kept them clean and still had the original grips on them. The grips are still as good as new and the irons still spun like a mother. Amazing.
  • littletimbo182littletimbo182 Members Posts: 415 ✭✭
    john.lee wrote:




    Drivers:

    455 cc

    Moveable weights

    New adapter

    LS, SFT, Std. version available



    New fairways, hybrids (now adjustable), crossover, irons.




    Did you see the irons? If so, what do they look like and how do they compare to the other G iorns




    Much less offset




    How does the new crossover look/feel?
  • Bad9Bad9 Members Posts: 4,217 ✭✭
    Socrates wrote:

    hd.softail wrote:


    When is PING going to stop messing around and just release the EYE2+ Anniversary Edition Irons !?


    They already went down that road with the Eye2 XG wedges. Massive sales failure. Outside of places like WRX, nobody cares.




    Obviously most on Wrx didn't care either.
    Ping G400 10.5°/Xcaliber SL r flex
    Callaway Heavenwood Xcaliber SL r flex
    Maltby KE4 Tour 25°/Xcaliber HY r flex

    Maltby KE4 Tour 28°/Xcaliber HY r flex
    Ping I200 5-G/CFS70 r flex
    Maltby Tricept 54°/Xcaliber r flex
    Maltby Tricept 58°/Xcaliber r flex
    Mizuno Bettinardi C06
  • BMuller23BMuller23 Members Posts: 234 ✭✭

    john.lee wrote:




    Drivers:

    455 cc

    Moveable weights

    New adapter

    LS, SFT, Std. version available



    New fairways, hybrids (now adjustable), crossover, irons.




    Did you see the irons? If so, what do they look like and how do they compare to the other G iorns




    Much less offset




    How does the new crossover look/feel?




    I am interested in this as well. Looking for something bigger than the normal DIs out there but also hoping for significantly less offset than the G400 crossover.
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    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Ping G25 4W 16.5* Project X Evenflow Blue 6.0[/font]
    [font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Ping G25 3H 20* Aldila VS Proto 85S[/font]
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  • SocratesSocrates How can it be so *&#% hard to make a shoulder turn? WinnipegClubWRX Posts: 9,236 ClubWRX

    Socrates wrote:

    nic19 wrote:


    Can someone confirm that these irons are smaller in profile and more like the Rogue pro? Its been mentioned but can someone whos seen them let me know


    They are not. They still look like a G400 in profile. Back is different though.




    From what you saw is it more like G25 or G400 iron line


    When you put it down and looked at it, it was a G400. Looking at the back it was like a Srixon iron had blended with a Wilson iron. That was my impression of it in the 20 seconds I had it in my hand in a room with crappy lighting. Was that a bad impression? I saw so many different things that day, they are all starting to get a little foggy.
    Ping G400 9º TFC 419 Stiff at 45"
    Cobra F8 5-6 Fwy at 18.5° Stiff
    Ping i20 3 Hyb 707H Stiff
    X2 Hot 4_-PW Recoil 660 F3 +1/2"
    Ping Forged 52°, ES 56º and ES 60º
    Ping Sigma2 Valor at 34.5"
    MCC Align Midsize
    Moving to the bench:
    Jazz Bear Cat 3 wd Aerotech Stiff
    Vokey SM2 52º cc
    Scotty X7M Dual 38"
  • SocratesSocrates How can it be so *&#% hard to make a shoulder turn? WinnipegClubWRX Posts: 9,236 ClubWRX

    john.lee wrote:




    Drivers:

    455 cc

    Moveable weights

    New adapter

    LS, SFT, Std. version available



    New fairways, hybrids (now adjustable), crossover, irons.




    Did you see the irons? If so, what do they look like and how do they compare to the other G iorns




    Much less offset




    How does the new crossover look/feel?


    Take last years (2018) crossover and admit it was ugly and then make one that is better looking and smaller in size and profile. Anyone holding on to the 2018 models in their shop when these come out will have to sell them for $50 just to get rid of them.
    Ping G400 9º TFC 419 Stiff at 45"
    Cobra F8 5-6 Fwy at 18.5° Stiff
    Ping i20 3 Hyb 707H Stiff
    X2 Hot 4_-PW Recoil 660 F3 +1/2"
    Ping Forged 52°, ES 56º and ES 60º
    Ping Sigma2 Valor at 34.5"
    MCC Align Midsize
    Moving to the bench:
    Jazz Bear Cat 3 wd Aerotech Stiff
    Vokey SM2 52º cc
    Scotty X7M Dual 38"
  • hd.softailhd.softail Members Posts: 479 ✭✭
    edited Oct 31, 2018 #138
    RSinSG wrote:

    matchavez wrote:


    They won't. Get that out of your mind.



    Those old irons are a large leap backwards. Ping would get absolutely buried for putting out a $1200 set of irons that can basically be had on eBay for $100. It's a case where people want them, but not really. The value is just perceived. If you want an "eye2 wedge", they still make that in the ES. Otherwise, get an older set, get them refinished, and that's going to be more meaningful than some Chinese copy of what everyone's favourite iron used to be. You'll be surprised at how unforgiving they are compared to modern irons.



    That takes nothing away with how great they were at the time. But if you want a "classic car", you don't wait around for the new version to look like the old one. You go restore the old one.




    I still have my original Eye 2 irons with the Eye 2 woods that I got in 1982. I take them out once a year or so and you are correct- they do not match the performance of modern clubs. I'll never get rid of them, but I don't use them when I'm serious about a score.




    Ok fair enough, let me rephrase. How about a set of updated EYE2+ irons. I thought the i5 had been the closest thing to the old EYE2 with modern improvements and forgiveness. I LOVE ping but haven't played a set of pings since the i5 because: (i) the i210s aren't forgiving enough and (ii) the G400s a toooo super game improvement.



    Really hoping with the G700 in the lineup PING slimmed down and reduced offset on the G400 making them an updated EYE2 > I5 type of iron.
  • littletimbo182littletimbo182 Members Posts: 415 ✭✭
    Socrates wrote:


    john.lee wrote:




    Drivers:

    455 cc

    Moveable weights

    New adapter

    LS, SFT, Std. version available



    New fairways, hybrids (now adjustable), crossover, irons.




    Did you see the irons? If so, what do they look like and how do they compare to the other G iorns




    Much less offset




    How does the new crossover look/feel?


    Take last years (2018) crossover and admit it was ugly and then make one that is better looking and smaller in size and profile. Anyone holding on to the 2018 models in their shop when these come out will have to sell them for $50 just to get rid of them.




    I hope it looks good! I like the idea of the crossover but could never get over the look and even the sound!
  • Bad9Bad9 Members Posts: 4,217 ✭✭
    edited Oct 31, 2018 #140
    hd.softail wrote:

    RSinSG wrote:

    matchavez wrote:


    They won't. Get that out of your mind.



    Those old irons are a large leap backwards. Ping would get absolutely buried for putting out a $1200 set of irons that can basically be had on eBay for $100. It's a case where people want them, but not really. The value is just perceived. If you want an "eye2 wedge", they still make that in the ES. Otherwise, get an older set, get them refinished, and that's going to be more meaningful than some Chinese copy of what everyone's favourite iron used to be. You'll be surprised at how unforgiving they are compared to modern irons.



    That takes nothing away with how great they were at the time. But if you want a "classic car", you don't wait around for the new version to look like the old one. You go restore the old one.




    I still have my original Eye 2 irons with the Eye 2 woods that I got in 1982. I take them out once a year or so and you are correct- they do not match the performance of modern clubs. I'll never get rid of them, but I don't use them when I'm serious about a score.




    Ok fair enough, let me rephrase. How about a set of updated EYE2+ irons. I thought the i5 had been the closest thing to the old EYE2 with modern improvements and forgiveness. I LOVE ping but haven't played a set of pings since the i5 because: (i) the i210s aren't forgiving enough and (ii) the G400s a toooo super game improvement.



    Really hoping with the G700 in the lineup PING slimmed down and reduced offset on the G400 making them an updated EYE2 > I5 type of iron.




    Why not just play I5's or Eye 2+'s for that matter?
    Ping G400 10.5°/Xcaliber SL r flex
    Callaway Heavenwood Xcaliber SL r flex
    Maltby KE4 Tour 25°/Xcaliber HY r flex

    Maltby KE4 Tour 28°/Xcaliber HY r flex
    Ping I200 5-G/CFS70 r flex
    Maltby Tricept 54°/Xcaliber r flex
    Maltby Tricept 58°/Xcaliber r flex
    Mizuno Bettinardi C06
  • RSinSGRSinSG ClubWRX Posts: 3,073 ClubWRX
    hd.softail wrote:






    Ok fair enough, let me rephrase. How about a set of updated EYE2+ irons. I thought the i5 had been the closest thing to the old EYE2 with modern improvements and forgiveness. I LOVE ping but haven't played a set of pings since the i5 because: (i) the i210s aren't forgiving enough and (ii) the G400s a toooo super game improvement.



    Really hoping with the G700 in the lineup PING slimmed down and reduced offset on the G400 making them an updated EYE2 > I5 type of iron.




    I bought a set of G700's hoping for the same thing. They do look a little slimmer on the topline, but they only lasted a month in my bag. They're on BST right now. They are hollow and have a clicky sound that I can't get used to. I wish it didn't bother me because I hit them really well and they are longer than my current G30's.
    Ping G400 Tour AD DI6s
    Ping G30 3 wood, 5 wood
    Ben Hogan VTKR 21* hybrid
    Ping G400 Irons 5-SW, Steel Fiber i95
    Ping Glide 60* LW
    Scotty Cameron Studio Blade (or)
     Scotty CameronFastback
    Gamegolf
    https://www.ledges.com/ Home course
  • Green ValleyGreen Valley Members Posts: 770 ✭✭
    Any updates on the G410 irons?
  • RanmanRanman Members Posts: 301 ✭✭
    The entire G400 product line was really good. The drivers, fairway woods(the 3 wood is the best I've owned in my time playing), hybrids(even though I don't play one), irons and the Glide 2.0 Stealth wedges. I only switched to the i500 because of the look and technology. The G400 irons are still my favorite iron and I like the i500. Both are forgiving and since I started back using Ping irons with the Ping G in February of 2016 my iron play has really gotten sharp. Actually exposed my true weakness in my putting(switched to Sigma 2 Kushin C but not tested yet) which is to long of a story to share but I hit the more greens than I've ever done before which is set up by playing the most accurate driver and the occasional 3 wood off the tee(not very often with such a great driver). I firmly believe the next generation is going to be very good from driver, fairway, hybrid(crossover as well) and irons.
    Ping G410 Plus 10.5 Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec 6 Black Stiff
    Ping G410 3 Wood 14.5 Tensei CK Orange 70 XStiff
    Ping G410 5 Wood (set at 19 degrees) Tensei CK Orange XStiff
    Ping G410 4 Hybrid PX Evenflow 85 XStiff
    Ping G410 5-UW AWT 2.0 X Stiff
    Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth WS 56(bent to 55) AWT 2.0 X Stiff
    Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth WS 60 AWT 2.0 X Stiff
    Ping Sigma 2 Kushin C 33"
    Wilson Staff Duo Professional
  • DrawmanDrawman Members Posts: 93 ✭✭
    Grover21 wrote:


    After a meeting with the local Ping Rep he confirmed that Ping will be releasing the G410 range of clubs during the PGA show this winter. I got to look at them but pictures were strictly forbidden. I will update with pictures if I get a chance. Not much has changed on the clubs appearance wise but apparently the MOI is higher then the G400 through out the range. Don't know how this is possible but that's what they are saying. If anyone else has any info I would love to hear it!




    Fitting video posted today on TXG Tour Experience Golf YouTube channel (view at 17 minute mark) talks about PING's upcoming driver. Ian describes it as "significantly different" and that PING engineers are "happy to deliver something that is leaving what they've done in the past."







    He also says that PING could not improve on the G400 Max driver, so I'm very curious how they'll position the new G410 with the Max.
  • NessismNessism To measure is to know... Members Posts: 18,361 ✭✭
    Drawman wrote:


    Fitting video posted today on TXG Tour Experience Golf YouTube channel (view at 17 minute mark) talks about PING's upcoming driver. Ian describes it as "significantly different" and that PING engineers are "happy to deliver something that is leaving what they've done in the past."



    https://www.youtube....h?v=0LPnJ74F5HU



    He also says that PING could not improve on the G400 Max driver, so I'm very curious how they'll position the new G410 with the Max.




    I suspect the selling point of the new club will be adjustability. For guys that like to tinker and/or are looking to tune fit to some specific need. G400 Max is for maximum forgiveness with maxed out MOI and rear CG positioning for medium low spin but not the ultimate in low spin. Sounds like a great lineup.
    Ping G400 driver w/Aldila Rogue 125 Silver 60S
    Cobra (Lexi blue) F7 5 wood w/Aldila Black 70S
    Cobra (Lexi blue) F7 Hybrid w/Aldila Kuro Kage 80S
    Ping G410 irons w/Recoil 95S (i200 backups)
    Ping Glide 50/55/60 wedges w/Recoil 110S
    Ping Anser/Arna putter - the "real deal!"
  • DrawmanDrawman Members Posts: 93 ✭✭
    Nessism wrote:

    Drawman wrote:


    Fitting video posted today on TXG Tour Experience Golf YouTube channel (view at 17 minute mark) talks about PING's upcoming driver. Ian describes it as "significantly different" and that PING engineers are "happy to deliver something that is leaving what they've done in the past."



    https://www.youtube....h?v=0LPnJ74F5HU



    He also says that PING could not improve on the G400 Max driver, so I'm very curious how they'll position the new G410 with the Max.




    I suspect the selling point of the new club will be adjustability. For guys that like to tinker and/or are looking to tune fit to some specific need. G400 Max is for maximum forgiveness with maxed out MOI and rear CG positioning for medium low spin but not the ultimate in low spin. Sounds like a great lineup.




    PING is on a roll.
  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Members Posts: 11,857 ✭✭
    Great comments from the gallery on the eye 2 irons



    Put me down as a guy that would love to see re-done TiSi tec fairway woods without the plastic hosel



    The 5 and 7 woods were insanely good. The 16* 5w with the F20 hosel (flat and open) was my unicorn fairway for 10 years. I could carry it 255 with a measly108mph driver speed swing . .with supposedly old tech !



    The 12* 3w was longer than most drivers
    Ping G400 LST 11* Oban Revenge 65x
    Ping G400 5w 16.5* Oban Kiyoshi White 65s
    Ping G25 7w 20* Fubuki Tour 73x
    Ping G25 4h 23* Diamana White 92s
    Callaway Apex 5h 26* Mitsu KK 80s
    Ping s55 6-PW Fujikura mci 100s
    Vokey sm2 50* 54* 59* 64* DG s400 Onyx
    Piretti Matera Elite (torched)
  • SCOTT4099SCOTT4099 Members Posts: 990 ✭✭
    RSinSG wrote:

    matchavez wrote:






    They won't. Get that out of your mind.



    Those old irons are a large leap backwards. Ping would get absolutely buried for putting out a $1200 set of irons that can basically be had on eBay for $100. It's a case where people want them, but not really. The value is just perceived. If you want an "eye2 wedge", they still make that in the ES. Otherwise, get an older set, get them refinished, and that's going to be more meaningful than some Chinese copy of what everyone's favourite iron used to be. You'll be surprised at how unforgiving they are compared to modern irons.



    That takes nothing away with how great they were at the time. But if you want a "classic car", you don't wait around for the new version to look like the old one. You go restore the old one.




    I still have my original Eye 2 irons with the Eye 2 woods that I got in 1982. I take them out once a year or so and you are correct- they do not match the performance of modern clubs. I’ll never get rid of them, but I don’t use them when I’m serious about a score.




    This pic brings back memories.... especially the ping puppy wood covers...,,
    Callaway epic 9.0
    Cobra bio cell 3/4
    Ping G 19 degree hybrid
    Ping ie1 4-AW modus 105
    Callaway MD3 54/58 wedges
    Cleveland HB soft 11 putter 35
  • nandoalnandoal Members Posts: 134 ✭✭
    Saw them first hand yesterday. Definitely impressive. Wouldn't let me take pictures though image/smilie_ping.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smilie_ping:' />
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    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]Taylor Made M3 15* Aldila Tour Blue nxt Gen MLT Graphite Wood Shaft
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    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]PXG 0317 22* Matrix DEUS Graphite Hybrid Shaft
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    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]PXG 0317 25* Matrix DEUS Graphite Hybrid Shaft
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    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]PXG 0311XF 6-PW True Temper AMT Red
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    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]PXG 0311XF GW and SW KBS Hi-Rev 2.0
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    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]Titleist Vokey SM7 56* S grind / 60* K grind Jet black finish
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    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]Titleist Scotty Cameron putter Futura 5W / 33 inches
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    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]Titleist bag - Players 4UP StayDry stand bag
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  • GoGoErkyGoGoErky Members Posts: 1,142 ✭✭
    nova6868 wrote:


    Some rumors I heard:



    - New fairway option will be something like a "tour" fairway, low-spin and just as long as anything else .



    - New hybrid much better looking, will not have the closed look that the G400 hybrid had. Will have adapter.




    I like the sounds of this
  • nova6868nova6868 Members Posts: 4,693 ✭✭
    cardoustie wrote:


    Put me down as a guy that would love to see re-done TiSi tec fairway woods




    Some of these were very long, but I heard later that due to manufacturing issues/tolerance, quite a few of them had an illegal COR. So that's not coming back.

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