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Inserts from spryevo - firmest

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getitdailygetitdaily Members  3814WRX Points: 718Handicap: +.5Posts: 3,814 Titanium Tees
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Likely going to firm up the face of my oworks 2ball fang with an insert from spryevo. Can anyone give some first hand use reviews of inserts you've used from them? Looking for a firmer feel and a bit faster off the face than the oworks insert.


  • TylerJ89TylerJ89 Members  246WRX Points: 72Posts: 246 Fairways
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    I am also very interested in this topic. I have an Odyssey O-Works 3T and I just dont get along with the Microhinge insert. I'm looking for a more solid feel with a firmer "thud" sound to it.

    Anyone used Spryevo and the aluminum milled insert he has? How does it feel? Sound? Roll? I would really appreciate some info on this

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    Copper (or whatever it might be called, feel like it wasn’t actually copper) is the firmest feeling but also adds a good bit of weight.

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