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  • Fujikura GolfFujikura Golf Sponsors  370WRX Points: 329Posts: 370 Greens
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    Some misinformed posts in this thread unfortunately. If you guys ever have questions about our products please don't hesitate to call us or send us a DM, we're more than happy to address any misconceptions about materials, how shafts are made or anything else. We appreciate those who gave us a shout with some love for ATMOS though!
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  • Mookie91Mookie91 Members  1572WRX Points: 118Handicap: 8.1Posts: 1,572 Platinum Tees
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    I've hit the ATMOS black 8TX and 7X and both were fantastic shafts. A lot of haterade in this thread but that's the internet for ya.
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    <br />
    Some misinformed posts in this thread unfortunately. If you guys ever have questions about our products please don't hesitate to call us or send us a DM, we're more than happy to address any misconceptions about materials, how shafts are made or anything else. We appreciate those who gave us a shout with some love for ATMOS though!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    You mean like the DM I sent like 5 days ago...?
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  • Fujikura GolfFujikura Golf Sponsors  370WRX Points: 329Posts: 370 Greens
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    Mookie91 wrote:
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    I've hit the ATMOS black 8TX and 7X and both were fantastic shafts. A lot of haterade in this thread but that's the internet for ya.<br />
    <br />
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    Thanks for the shout out Mookie! And yeah, it is what it is...<br /><br />
    getitdaily wrote:
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    You mean like the DM I sent like 5 days ago...?<br />
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    My bad on the delay, just replied!
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  • Rig14PortRig14Port Members  957WRX Points: 268Handicap: +18Posts: 957 Golden Tee
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    <br />
    Some misinformed posts in this thread unfortunately. If you guys ever have questions about our products please don't hesitate to call us or send us a DM, we're more than happy to address any misconceptions about materials, how shafts are made or anything else. We appreciate those who gave us a shout with some love for ATMOS though!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    If you were to be completely honest though; would Fujikura's Director of Sales tell me that this line has been overwhelmingly successful from an aftermarket sales perspective? It feels to me like Fuji wants the public to believe these shafts are as relevant as the Rogue line from a couple years ago or the Tensei Pro line more recently... I'm just not seeing it.<br />
    <br />
    Now, if you'd like to send me a couple shafts to put through extended testing, I'd be more than happy to give them a fair shot and provide an honest review. I'm never to proud to admit when I've been wrong about someone or something.<br />
    <br />
    I do appreciate your participation in these discussions!
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    Rig14Port wrote:
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    Some misinformed posts in this thread unfortunately. If you guys ever have questions about our products please don't hesitate to call us or send us a DM, we're more than happy to address any misconceptions about materials, how shafts are made or anything else. We appreciate those who gave us a shout with some love for ATMOS though!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    If you were to be completely honest though; would Fujikura's Director of Sales tell me that this line has been overwhelmingly successful from an aftermarket sales perspective? It feels to me like Fuji wants the public to believe these shafts are as relevant as the Rogue line from a couple years ago or the Tensei Pro line more recently... I'm just not seeing it.<br />
    <br />
    Now, if you'd like to send me a couple shafts to put through extended testing, I'd be more than happy to give them a fair shot and provide an honest review. I'm never to proud to admit when I've been wrong about someone or something.<br />
    <br />
    I do appreciate your participation in these discussions!<br />
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  • Fujikura GolfFujikura Golf Sponsors  370WRX Points: 329Posts: 370 Greens
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    Rig14Port wrote:
    <br />
    <br />
    Some misinformed posts in this thread unfortunately. If you guys ever have questions about our products please don't hesitate to call us or send us a DM, we're more than happy to address any misconceptions about materials, how shafts are made or anything else. We appreciate those who gave us a shout with some love for ATMOS though!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    If you were to be completely honest though; would Fujikura's Director of Sales tell me that this line has been overwhelmingly successful from an aftermarket sales perspective? It feels to me like Fuji wants the public to believe these shafts are as relevant as the Rogue line from a couple years ago or the Tensei Pro line more recently... I'm just not seeing it.<br />
    <br />
    Now, if you'd like to send me a couple shafts to put through extended testing, I'd be more than happy to give them a fair shot and provide an honest review. I'm never to proud to admit when I've been wrong about someone or something.<br />
    <br />
    I do appreciate your participation in these discussions!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Yes they would tell you that, more than you can imagine. ATMOS is our #1 selling product over $200 MSRP and accounts for 31% of all of OUR shafts in play on PGA Tour, more than speeder. Also I see you're pretty devoted to Rogue, that product line is more than a "couple" years old. We've done quite a few promos and giveaways for ATMOS the past 2 seasons, hopefully you signed up on those. We'll keep doing some for some newer products in the coming months, stay tuned.
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  • radimanradiman Members  4870WRX Points: 399Handicap: 3.8Posts: 4,870 Titanium Tees
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    Rig14Port wrote:
    <br />
    <br />
    Some misinformed posts in this thread unfortunately. If you guys ever have questions about our products please don't hesitate to call us or send us a DM, we're more than happy to address any misconceptions about materials, how shafts are made or anything else. We appreciate those who gave us a shout with some love for ATMOS though!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    If you were to be completely honest though; would Fujikura's Director of Sales tell me that this line has been overwhelmingly successful from an aftermarket sales perspective? It feels to me like Fuji wants the public to believe these shafts are as relevant as the Rogue line from a couple years ago or the Tensei Pro line more recently... I'm just not seeing it.<br />
    <br />
    Now, if you'd like to send me a couple shafts to put through extended testing, I'd be more than happy to give them a fair shot and provide an honest review. I'm never to proud to admit when I've been wrong about someone or something.<br />
    <br />
    I do appreciate your participation in these discussions!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Yes they would tell you that, more than you can imagine. ATMOS is our #1 selling product over $200 MSRP and accounts for 31% of all of OUR shafts in play on PGA Tour, more than speeder. Also I see you're pretty devoted to Rogue, that product line is more than a "couple" years old. We've done quite a few promos and giveaways for ATMOS the past 2 seasons, hopefully you signed up on those. We'll keep doing some for some newer products in the coming months, stay tuned.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Are the Atmos and Speeder lines completely different profiles? Would one be considered higher quality construction more than the other?
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  • Fujikura GolfFujikura Golf Sponsors  370WRX Points: 329Posts: 370 Greens
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    radiman wrote:
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    Rig14Port wrote:
    <br />
    <br />
    Some misinformed posts in this thread unfortunately. If you guys ever have questions about our products please don't hesitate to call us or send us a DM, we're more than happy to address any misconceptions about materials, how shafts are made or anything else. We appreciate those who gave us a shout with some love for ATMOS though!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    If you were to be completely honest though; would Fujikura's Director of Sales tell me that this line has been overwhelmingly successful from an aftermarket sales perspective? It feels to me like Fuji wants the public to believe these shafts are as relevant as the Rogue line from a couple years ago or the Tensei Pro line more recently... I'm just not seeing it.<br />
    <br />
    Now, if you'd like to send me a couple shafts to put through extended testing, I'd be more than happy to give them a fair shot and provide an honest review. I'm never to proud to admit when I've been wrong about someone or something.<br />
    <br />
    I do appreciate your participation in these discussions!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Yes they would tell you that, more than you can imagine. ATMOS is our #1 selling product over $200 MSRP and accounts for 31% of all of OUR shafts in play on PGA Tour, more than speeder. Also I see you're pretty devoted to Rogue, that product line is more than a "couple" years old. We've done quite a few promos and giveaways for ATMOS the past 2 seasons, hopefully you signed up on those. We'll keep doing some for some newer products in the coming months, stay tuned.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Are the Atmos and Speeder lines completely different profiles? Would one be considered higher quality construction more than the other?<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Yes different profiles. Speeder Evo series has some combinations of materials in their designs which separates the price points by $100.
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  • High Plains DriverHigh Plains Driver Chip Yipper Extraordinaire Members  2381WRX Points: 126Posts: 2,381 Platinum Tees
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    My benchmark shaft is the 70+ gram Diamana WB/D+ LTD.<br />
    I have a Rogue Silver 70 and it launches higher with more spin. I like it, but it feels a little "looser" than the WB profile.<br />
    I have hit the ATMOS Black 7 and Speeder VC 7.2 TS. Comparing the two, the ATMOS launches a hair higher for me, spin is close enough to be negligible, and feels a little livelier. Both are lower launching and spinning than the WB. I am not high speed player, but I like stout shafts. Calling the ATMOS a "blah" or "meh" shaft is crazy. It is very likely my new benchmark shaft.
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  • QuigleyDUQuigleyDU Members, ClubWRX  10585WRX Points: 3,709Handicap: 8Posts: 10,585 ClubWRX
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    I feel this head needs a counterbalanced shaft to really shine. I am not saying the atmos is a bad shaft, because it is not. I just don’t think it matches well with this head. The swing weight is just too heavy.
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    QuigleyDU wrote:
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    I feel this head needs a counterbalanced shaft to really shine. I am not saying the atmos is a bad shaft, because it is not. I just don't think it matches well with this head. The swing weight is just too heavy.<br />
    <br />
    Many on this board are always screaming about how modern drivers are too long. And how they like to play their drivers at 44.5" or less. Well, here's their chance to play a driver at that length without having to resort to lots of lead tape or extra weights. If this driver is really that head heavy just reduce the length by 1/2-1". Problem solved.
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    skraly wrote:
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    QuigleyDU wrote:
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    I feel this head needs a counterbalanced shaft to really shine. I am not saying the atmos is a bad shaft, because it is not. I just don't think it matches well with this head. The swing weight is just too heavy.<br />
    <br />
    Many on this board are always screaming about how modern drivers are too long. And how they like to play their drivers at 44.5" or less. Well, here's their chance to play a driver at that length without having to resort to lots of lead tape or extra weights. If this driver is really that head heavy just reduce the length by 1/2-1". Problem solved.<br />
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    Exactly what I was thinking. Every 2 days a new “what length is your driver?” Thread pops up and the norm seems to be around 44.25-44.75. <br />
    A 205-207g Head should be perfect for a shorter length.
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  • QuigleyDUQuigleyDU Members, ClubWRX  10585WRX Points: 3,709Handicap: 8Posts: 10,585 ClubWRX
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    This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.<br /><br />This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.
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    QuigleyDU wrote:
    This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45&#148;. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45&#148;. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.
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    Does anyone know the head weight of the Cortex?
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    Made-for or Authentic?<br />
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    These appear to be authentic tour spec. The made for Atmos are the black ones from Taylormade.
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    rfarrell51 wrote:
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    QuigleyDU wrote:
    This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.
    <br />
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    Does anyone know the head weight of the Cortex?<br />
    205g. head only no adapter.
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    tbone18 wrote:
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    rfarrell51 wrote:
    <br />
    QuigleyDU wrote:
    This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.
    <br />
    <br />
    Does anyone know the head weight of the Cortex?<br />
    205g. head only no adapter.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    The early complaints were that the Cortex is heavy. Is 205 grams heavy by industry standards?
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    Holy Moses wrote:
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    tbone18 wrote:
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    rfarrell51 wrote:
    <br />
    QuigleyDU wrote:
    This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45". I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45". I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.
    <br />
    <br />
    Does anyone know the head weight of the Cortex?<br />
    205g. head only no adapter.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    The early complaints were that the Cortex is heavy. Is 205 grams heavy by industry standards?<br />
    yes.Ping is the only other manufacture that has a 205g plus head weight. the most common weight is 198g with adapter. I weighed my Z785 Srixon head when I first got it and it was 193g without the adapter installed.
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  • rfarrell51rfarrell51 Members  1349WRX Points: 123Posts: 1,349 Platinum Tees
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    May be the reason they have the length at 45”. The Fujikura’s might be too whippy if it were any longer, and swing weight would be affected. <br />
    <br />
    The latest Callaways are in the high 180’s I think. Curious to see what their new Flash weighs in at?
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    tbone18 wrote:
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    rfarrell51 wrote:
    <br />
    QuigleyDU wrote:
    This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.
    <br />
    <br />
    Does anyone know the head weight of the Cortex?<br />
    205g. head only no adapter.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    That’s a good thing. Shocked Wilson is smart enough to make a head with some heft. 197g driver heads are a joke.this alone just talked me into trying one. If it sounds good. Hmmmm
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  • eaglestan66eaglestan66 Members  569WRX Points: 100Posts: 569 Golden Tee
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    Wilson Staff Cortex Driver Head Mass<br />
    202.5 grams head mass for the 9.0 degree head<br />
    203.0 grams head mass for the 10.5 degree head - with Atmos TS Red shaft at 45-inch playing length, Swing Weight at D5.2<br />
    Heads weighed in with out adapter sleeve.<br />
    -Stan
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    202.5 grams head mass for the 9.0 degree head<br />
    203.0 grams head mass for the 10.5 degree head <br />
    -Stan
    <br />
    Ping G400 heads are in that range aren’t they?
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  • Steve oSteve o Members  229WRX Points: 89Posts: 229 Fairways
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    rfarrell51 wrote:
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    QuigleyDU wrote:
    This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45”. I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.
    <br />
    <br />
    Does anyone know the head weight of the Cortex?<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    204 grams
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    tbone18 wrote:
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    Holy Moses wrote:
    <br />
    tbone18 wrote:
    <br />
    rfarrell51 wrote:
    <br />
    QuigleyDU wrote:
    This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45". I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.This driver is already shorter than what is standard these days at 45". I still think it is heavy and counterbalancing it will make it more playable.
    <br />
    <br />
    Does anyone know the head weight of the Cortex?<br />
    205g. head only no adapter.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    The early complaints were that the Cortex is heavy. Is 205 grams heavy by industry standards?<br />
    yes.Ping is the only other manufacture that has a 205g plus head weight. the most common weight is 198g with adapter. I weighed my Z785 Srixon head when I first got it and it was 193g without the adapter installed.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Most King LTD heads are in this range also. Funny how this went from an Fuji Atmos thread to a Wilson Cortex thread.<br />
    <br />
    BT
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    King LTD 14.5 - Aldila RIP Beta 80 S @ 43"
    F6 5-7 @ 17.5 - Aldila RIP Beta 80 S @ 41.5"
    Mizuno MP5 4-PW - Aldila RIP Tour 115 R
    Mizuno MP-T5 52, 56 & 60 - TT Wedge
    Grips - Grip Master Master Perforated Midsize

    Bag 2
    F7 9.5* - Aldila Copperhead 70TX @ 44.5
    King LTD Blk 14.5* - Aldila RIP Beta 80 S @ 43
    King LTD Blk 19* - Aldila RIP Beta 80 S @ 41.5
    Mizuno MP15 4-pw - Aldila RIP Tour 115 R
    Mizuno MP-T5 Black 52, 56 & 60 - TT Wedge
    Grips - Grip Master Classic Wrap Midsize

    Bag 3
    Mizuno ST190 9.5* - Diamana "Flowerband" Whiteboard 73 S @ 44.5"
    Mizuno ST190 14.5* - Aldila RIP Phenom 80 S @ 43"
    Epic Flash Heavenwood 19* - Aldila RIP Phenom 80 S @ 42" 
    Mizuno MP25 4-pw - Recoil Proto 125 F4
    Mizuno MP-T5 Satin 52, 56, & 60 TT Wedge
    Grips - Grip Master Roo Midsize





  • Rig14PortRig14Port Members  957WRX Points: 268Handicap: +18Posts: 957 Golden Tee
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    Rig14Port wrote:
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    Some misinformed posts in this thread unfortunately. If you guys ever have questions about our products please don't hesitate to call us or send us a DM, we're more than happy to address any misconceptions about materials, how shafts are made or anything else. We appreciate those who gave us a shout with some love for ATMOS though!<br />
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    If you were to be completely honest though; would Fujikura's Director of Sales tell me that this line has been overwhelmingly successful from an aftermarket sales perspective? It feels to me like Fuji wants the public to believe these shafts are as relevant as the Rogue line from a couple years ago or the Tensei Pro line more recently... I'm just not seeing it.<br />
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    Now, if you'd like to send me a couple shafts to put through extended testing, I'd be more than happy to give them a fair shot and provide an honest review. I'm never to proud to admit when I've been wrong about someone or something.<br />
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    I do appreciate your participation in these discussions!<br />
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    Yes they would tell you that, more than you can imagine. ATMOS is our #1 selling product over $200 MSRP and accounts for 31% of all of OUR shafts in play on PGA Tour, more than speeder. Also I see you're pretty devoted to Rogue, that product line is more than a "couple" years old. We've done quite a few promos and giveaways for ATMOS the past 2 seasons, hopefully you signed up on those. We'll keep doing some for some newer products in the coming months, stay tuned.<br />
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    Hey Fuji... Check the sig. Just updating to let you know that I'm not biased against your products. Really liking the new Pro 115i.
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    TM SIM 10.5* HZRDUS Smoke Green 70X
    TM SIM 15* HZRDUS Smoke Black 80X
    Titleist U500 2 HZRDUS Smoke Black 90X
    Mizuno JPX 919 Forged 4, 919 Tour 5-PW DG 120 X100
    Cleveland RTX 4 50*, 54*, 58* DG 120 X100
    TM Spider X Chalk
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