Please recommend an old school driver that can still keep up today!

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  • dparkdpark Members  2587WRX Points: 179Posts: 2,587 Titanium Tees
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    cardoustie wrote:


    Rapture v1 and v2




    2nd on the OG Rapture and another to add is the Cobra ZL (not the Encore). Both can be had for around $50 in OK condition with a stock shaft. A bit more for a really nice head and aftermarket shaft.
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    Old stuff:
    1962 Tommy Armour AT2W Driver   1953 Macgregor M65W EOM 3 wood   1978 H&B PowerBilt Citation 4 wood
    1984 Ben Hogan Apex PC 2-E   1968 Wilson Dual Wedge
    1964 Acushnet O-SET M6S Bullseye Putter
    New stuff
    Cobra ZL 10.5 driver   Adams 5050 16 fairway wood   Adams A2P 20* hybrid
    Titleist 716 MB irons 4-PW    Callaway Mack Daddy wedges 52, 56, 60
    Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Napa
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  • Millhill88Millhill88 Members  549WRX Points: 116Posts: 549 Golden Tee
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    RodC wrote:


    The question is WHY?




    Putting together a semi semi vintage bag, need a driver to go along with Tommy Armour Silver Scot 845 Irons, crazy yes. I don't even remember what drivers I was using when I was playing these irons in the early 90s. Possibly a Powerbilt Persimmon Citation, Original Big Bertha, Taylor Made Burner, Great Big Bertha which are all obsolete now.



    May look into the 910D3, I remember liking that driver.




    Random side note...I hooked up with two guys and played today. The older guy played a set of the 845's and an original Big Bertha driver. He was short but accurate. While we all want distance, this guy shot an 84 in Rochester, NY....In January.
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  • sam snoodsam snood Members  26WRX Points: 55Posts: 26 Bunkers
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    Malc wrote:

    srooch2 wrote:

    sfdoddsy wrote:


    Depends what you mean by 'Keep up' and how Old School you want to go.



    There have been some tests on such a thing:



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    The only Old School drivers I reckon will match a modern driver distance-wise are the Callaway ERC+ and the Taylormade SLDR.






    Why doesn't anyone put a new shaft in an old driver. I believe shaft tech has out advanced driver tech


    I've been working on exactly that. Currently testing a SLDR 430 with a G7 Attas and a Hzrdus black. If i ever buy a new driver, probs in the spring, i'll let you all know what's tops.




    I agree it is mostly about getting a shaft that suits your swing. I have about a dozen gamers but I have replaced the shafts in almost all of them. The only stock shafts I use are in the 910D2 with a made for Titleist Diamana shaft, Adams 9032 with an aldila s-core. Surprisingly for me the real deal Diamana in my 913 I never liked, too stiff even though it has the same cpm as the made for shaft. My 909 has an "orange crush" mfs apache shaft - very stylish. My Cleveland classic xl and 905 both have an Xcaliber superlite and are long. I haven't found a newer driver that I thought felt as good as most of mine!
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  • jjljjl Members  1353WRX Points: 161Handicap: 11.3Posts: 1,353 Platinum Tees
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    Cobra L4V.
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    Ping G410 5 Wood 17.5*
    Ping G410 Hybrid 21*
    TaylorMade P790 4i
    TaylorMade SLDR 5i - AW
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  • dparkdpark Members  2587WRX Points: 179Posts: 2,587 Titanium Tees
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    jjl wrote:
    Cobra L4V.




    Oooohhhhh. Forgot about that bad boy and worse yet, forgot I still had it.



    The shaft is bad-azz too.



    Great combo but with a God-awful sound. Almost as bad as the Nike Sasquatch/Sumo



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    Old stuff:
    1962 Tommy Armour AT2W Driver   1953 Macgregor M65W EOM 3 wood   1978 H&B PowerBilt Citation 4 wood
    1984 Ben Hogan Apex PC 2-E   1968 Wilson Dual Wedge
    1964 Acushnet O-SET M6S Bullseye Putter
    New stuff
    Cobra ZL 10.5 driver   Adams 5050 16 fairway wood   Adams A2P 20* hybrid
    Titleist 716 MB irons 4-PW    Callaway Mack Daddy wedges 52, 56, 60
    Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Napa
  • NixLix26NixLix26 Members  459WRX Points: 171Handicap: 4Posts: 459 Greens
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    dpark wrote:
    jjl wrote:
    Cobra L4V.




    Oooohhhhh. Forgot about that bad boy and worse yet, forgot I still had it.



    The shaft is bad-azz too.



    Great combo but with a God-awful sound. Almost as bad as the Nike Sasquatch/Sumo



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    Love it. I have two L4V X models. I will never get rid of them. The L4V is so easy to hit. I also use led tape all over my drivers. Mainly on the toe.
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  • jll62jll62 MinneapolisClubWRX  2371WRX Points: 622Handicap: +2.4Posts: 2,371 ClubWRX
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    NRJyzr wrote:


    Think I mentioned the SuperDeep earlier (too lazy to go back and look). Ran across the below thread in search results, it's fairly interesting, the SuperDeep tested against M1 and SLDR using the Pro Orange shaft. Stands up pretty well.



    http://www.golfwrx.c..._hl__ superdeep




    I have a buddy who absolutely pounded his Super Deep for years. He should have kept it in the bag.
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    TaylorMade M5 Rocket 3, Tensei Blue X, 42.5"
    TaylorMade SIM Max Rescue, Shaft TBD
    TaylorMade P-790 3, Nippon Modus 130 S
    TaylorMade P750 4-5, Nippon Modus 130 S
    TaylorMade P7TW 6-PW, Nippon Modus 130 S
    TaylorMade MG2 52, DG S400 Tour Issue
    TaylorMade Hi-Toe 58, DG S400 Tour Issue
    TaylorMade Tour Proto milled Juno, 34"
    TaylorMade TP5

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  • dparkdpark Members  2587WRX Points: 179Posts: 2,587 Titanium Tees
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    NixLix26 wrote:


    Love it. I have two L4V X models. I will never get rid of them. The L4V is so easy to hit. I also use led tape all over my drivers. Mainly on the toe.




    At the time, I played a fade, so the X head didn't work for me, the F head was just right. I play my drivers shorter (44.5") so I needed lead tape keep the swingweight up. I didn't need to help the face stay open or close sooner so I just put the tape on the back of the head.



    Still one of the worst sounding heads ever, but it did launch the ball high and straight.
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    Old stuff:
    1962 Tommy Armour AT2W Driver   1953 Macgregor M65W EOM 3 wood   1978 H&B PowerBilt Citation 4 wood
    1984 Ben Hogan Apex PC 2-E   1968 Wilson Dual Wedge
    1964 Acushnet O-SET M6S Bullseye Putter
    New stuff
    Cobra ZL 10.5 driver   Adams 5050 16 fairway wood   Adams A2P 20* hybrid
    Titleist 716 MB irons 4-PW    Callaway Mack Daddy wedges 52, 56, 60
    Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Napa
  • HoosierHacker89HoosierHacker89 IndianapolisMembers  2747WRX Points: 169Handicap: my swingPosts: 2,747 Titanium Tees
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    Rapture v2 with stock blueboard was just brutal head/shaft combo. My all time favorite set up to date
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    Cobra Bio Cell 16* kuro kage TiNi 70s
    Cobra f6 baffler 19* matrix code 8
    Srixon 765 4-A modus 120s
    Cleveland Rtx-3 58* Ttdg
    Odyssey white hot 2 ball 33” 
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    Rapture v2 with stock blueboard was just brutal head/shaft combo. My all time favorite set up to date




    I'm curious why you wouldn't still be playing it?
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  • texcromtexcrom Franklin, TNClubWRX  3683WRX Points: 327Posts: 3,683 ClubWRX
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    BrianMcG wrote:
    Add the Titleist 905r




    Absolutely!! One of the best ever, and still take it out occasionally with no loss on performance.
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    Mizuno MP-20 MCC 4-9 iron KBS $-Taper 120
    Titleist Vokey SM7 46-10F (bent to 47), SM7 54-10S, 60-10S
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  • HoosierHacker89HoosierHacker89 IndianapolisMembers  2747WRX Points: 169Handicap: my swingPosts: 2,747 Titanium Tees
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    I like to try clubs often.
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    Ping g400 Max 9
    Cobra Bio Cell 16* kuro kage TiNi 70s
    Cobra f6 baffler 19* matrix code 8
    Srixon 765 4-A modus 120s
    Cleveland Rtx-3 58* Ttdg
    Odyssey white hot 2 ball 33” 
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  • grm24grm24 Western PAMembers  4289WRX Points: 1,399Posts: 4,289 Titanium Tees
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    Millhill88 wrote:


    While we all want distance, this guy shot an 84 in Rochester, NY....In January.
    Smylie Kaufman?
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  • 972randell972randell Members  29WRX Points: 62Posts: 29 Bunkers
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    Ping G2 - was the first really long driver I ever hit and saw unbelievable results with many different users.

    Ping Rapture V1 - still unbelievable ball speed, but too much spin for modern golf balls.

    Ping Rapture V2 - kept ball speed of V1, but with less spin. Still as good as anything out there if you get fit for the right shaft and don't care about adjustability.
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  • dparkdpark Members  2587WRX Points: 179Posts: 2,587 Titanium Tees
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    972randell wrote:


    Ping G2 - was the first really long driver I ever hit and saw unbelievable results with many different users.

    Ping Rapture V1 - still unbelievable ball speed, but too much spin for modern golf balls.

    Ping Rapture V2 - kept ball speed of V1, but with less spin. Still as good as anything out there if you get fit for the right shaft and don't care about adjustability.




    With the right shaft, you can take the spin off of the v1 Rapture. I had a Blueboard in it and later a Project X 5.5. Blue and with a 10.5* head my spin was around 2800
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    Old stuff:
    1962 Tommy Armour AT2W Driver   1953 Macgregor M65W EOM 3 wood   1978 H&B PowerBilt Citation 4 wood
    1984 Ben Hogan Apex PC 2-E   1968 Wilson Dual Wedge
    1964 Acushnet O-SET M6S Bullseye Putter
    New stuff
    Cobra ZL 10.5 driver   Adams 5050 16 fairway wood   Adams A2P 20* hybrid
    Titleist 716 MB irons 4-PW    Callaway Mack Daddy wedges 52, 56, 60
    Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Napa
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    FTiz tour / Fubuki tour 63x & Razr Fit / Fubuki K70x, of all the drivers I have purchased over the years, these two I will never sell.

    They can easily hang with my current setup, not sure why I’ve been through possibly 10 or so drivers since,

    Anyway, I love my current driver setup & very seldom hit the older two but they bring it for sure.
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    3w DBD16 14* Oban Kiyoshi Gold 75
    Hybrid 815 Alpha 20 Fubuki 400h
    XR-Pro 4-PW / C-Taper lite
    MD Forged 52 TT DG s200
    MD Forged 56 TT DG s200
    MD PM Grind 60
    Odyssey Pro Type Black no.2 / Odyssey Metal X milled Rossie
    Callaway Chrome Soft X
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  • playaplaya Members  8756WRX Points: 282Posts: 8,756 Titanium Tees
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    With the implantation of the .830 COR / 239 CT Unit time limitation. Back in 2003



    Meaning at current any Legal Generation of club from 2003 Should be capable if all things equal to keep up.



    So base point the R510 released in 2003 should by legal specs be just as long an M3/M4 with that anything in-between.



    The key is generating the maximum amount of speed you as a player can through proper shaft weight, flex and length then add on the head that gives you the greatest ball speed on your average strike on the face and then finally launch conditions.





    OK so got all that blah blah blah out of the way.





    TM Jetspeed driver, out side of the TM 07 Burner. Tech, Shaft, fitting, pricing and personally the most under rated driver I have known. I think they are $50 and deep(as in long) if the stock shaft works for you if not a simple swap of the adapter and the best fitting shaft for you at X length and you are gold.



    WITH that.... The Generations of club by PRICE for me is what I would gravitate too.



    910 D2 from Titleist

    Ping K15 driver



    All Great drives with legal .830 /239 Ct units and forgiving as can be.



    Other than that...in my opinion in the current tech is just spreading the 239ct units across the face as MUCH as possible.... through Speed channels and active recoil channels and increase MOI through weight.....$500 a driver... YIKESSS add in your shaft, fitting YIKESS!!! thats 10 rounds of golf!


    Agree. COR rules limits how hot a driver face can be, so in theory all drivers since 2003 have the same potential for ball speed. Ditto MOI with all 460cc heads although tech has probably improved this area through more efficient use of those 460cc. I don't necessarily buy all the hype about lower spinning heads etc being the sole reason for extra distance. Fittng will definitely get you a head/shaft combination that maximises your potential distance, but IMO it was possible to get the same in older models, just more hit and miss. Fitting has certainly made it easier to find the right combo, but it wasn't impossible before.



    The real reason I see for the extra distance of modern drivers is longer shafts. Drivers from 10 years ago would have come in at 45" stock. Drivers now start at 45.5 and are usually closer to 46. The extra length gives you an extra 10-20 yards on flushed hits, but at what price? I have a current driver (TEE EX 9) at 46" and a TM R7 super quad tp at about 45". I hit the TEE about 10 yards further on good strikes, but at 46" I hit it all over the face and my bad miss is the snap hook. I keep finding myself going back to the TM, and hitting it so straight so easily and finding the centre of the face more often resulting in more consistent distance.
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  • deep18deep18 Members  2145WRX Points: 318Posts: 2,145 Platinum Tees
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    Cobra ZL and ZLE. I’ve still got the ZL in the bag and it goes. Great shape, great sound.
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    The Thumper persimmon wood driver from Louisville Golf is my choice.
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  • GooseHookGooseHook Keep it Fraiche Members  11940WRX Points: 455Posts: 11,940 Titanium Tees
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    It's not old, but if the King LTD were released today it would still be keeping up with everything else.
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    Flash SZ 18°, VTS Silver 8x
    Mizuno MP Fli Hi 21°, Recoil 110

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    MD Forged 50/54/58
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  • Exactice808Exactice808 Just want to hit ball far and go find it... Members  4841WRX Points: 429Handicap: 7-27Posts: 4,841 Titanium Tees
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    playa wrote:



    With the implantation of the .830 COR / 239 CT Unit time limitation. Back in 2003



    Meaning at current any Legal Generation of club from 2003 Should be capable if all things equal to keep up.



    So base point the R510 released in 2003 should by legal specs be just as long an M3/M4 with that anything in-between.



    The key is generating the maximum amount of speed you as a player can through proper shaft weight, flex and length then add on the head that gives you the greatest ball speed on your average strike on the face and then finally launch conditions.





    OK so got all that blah blah blah out of the way.





    TM Jetspeed driver, out side of the TM 07 Burner. Tech, Shaft, fitting, pricing and personally the most under rated driver I have known. I think they are $50 and deep(as in long) if the stock shaft works for you if not a simple swap of the adapter and the best fitting shaft for you at X length and you are gold.



    WITH that.... The Generations of club by PRICE for me is what I would gravitate too.



    910 D2 from Titleist

    Ping K15 driver



    All Great drives with legal .830 /239 Ct units and forgiving as can be.



    Other than that...in my opinion in the current tech is just spreading the 239ct units across the face as MUCH as possible.... through Speed channels and active recoil channels and increase MOI through weight.....$500 a driver... YIKESSS add in your shaft, fitting YIKESS!!! thats 10 rounds of golf!


    Agree. COR rules limits how hot a driver face can be, so in theory all drivers since 2003 have the same potential for ball speed. Ditto MOI with all 460cc heads although tech has probably improved this area through more efficient use of those 460cc. I don't necessarily buy all the hype about lower spinning heads etc being the sole reason for extra distance. Fittng will definitely get you a head/shaft combination that maximises your potential distance, but IMO it was possible to get the same in older models, just more hit and miss. Fitting has certainly made it easier to find the right combo, but it wasn't impossible before.



    The real reason I see for the extra distance of modern drivers is longer shafts. Drivers from 10 years ago would have come in at 45" stock. Drivers now start at 45.5 and are usually closer to 46. The extra length gives you an extra 10-20 yards on flushed hits, but at what price? I have a current driver (TEE EX 9) at 46" and a TM R7 super quad tp at about 45". I hit the TEE about 10 yards further on good strikes, but at 46" I hit it all over the face and my bad miss is the snap hook. I keep finding myself going back to the TM, and hitting it so straight so easily and finding the centre of the face more often resulting in more consistent distance.




    Been Struggling and its funny... GOT that lesson for the FIRST time ever Today....



    Took my 44" Cut 07 Burner with me... 1.48 smash efficiency..on trackman today.



    Tried out the 45.75 TM M4 1.42 efficiency. I left PLENTY ball speed on the table BUT could NOT hit it worth a ****...



    SO what do you do HOPE and pray that I do get a 1.49 lucky hit with a $500+ driver.



    Or stick with a "tuned" 1.49 efficiency driver that basically hits the same.



    THE ONLY thing that I did actually notice 3000rpms of spin with my 07 Burner



    2200rpms of spin with the Titeliest TS3 driver (that I tried also), pretty significant so the distance were about the same BUT could NOT get over 1.42 smash with it.....
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  • dunndunn Members  6362WRX Points: 163Handicap: 5Posts: 6,362 Titanium Tees
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    Burner 2.0 SF TP.....that thing was beast for me........had 3 of em



    Unbelievable how good that head was



    Ping i15 was another but bit harder to hit....my longest ball without cartpath or something stupid was with this head



    Older Adam's drivers were really good too....from about same era
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  • Dave22Dave22 Members  111WRX Points: 28Posts: 111 Fairways
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    Cobra XX speed. Rediculous low spin for an older head. Loud, obnoxious and long when hit off the screws. Still have two of them.



    Agree with above about the older Adams too. 9015d were great heads.
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    Supertri? Not sure if someone else suggested this - that thing still bombs it. I second 983K/E, but definitely need a super solid hit. Zero forgiveness whatsoever.
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  • BamicusBamicus Nashville, Tn.Members  190WRX Points: 44Handicap: 5Posts: 190 Fairways
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    TM burner TP and regular version. Forgiving, long, great feel.
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    Titleist 910D2 & D3

    Titleist 905S &905R

    Ping G5, G10 & Rap[ture V1

    Callaway FT Tour
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    Adams 9064LS
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  • SugarPenguinSugarPenguin Members  91WRX Points: 74Handicap: 8Posts: 91 Fairways
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    One of the best players at our club who plays with our fiddle has the Ping G15 and he hits some super long low bullets without swinging aggressively.



    Regular off the shelf set up and it feels so hot off all parts of the face.
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  • scratchesscratches Members  31WRX Points: 35Posts: 31 Bunkers
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    Callaway RFX. Plays at 44.5 inches. Just switched out the shafts from a oban devotion to the 7m3 bLack tie which is new condition still from the original purchase 5 years ago. I rocked a taylormade R9 Superdeep for a short while, tough to hit on off days but when hit on the screws it keeps up with today's drivers easily.
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  • Hit em goodHit em good Hit em good Members  2132WRX Points: 142Handicap: LowPosts: 2,132 Platinum Tees
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    I still use my 07 Burner TP. I think it is as long as the newer clubs, for my 100mph ss, and I know which way the ball is going to curve everytime.
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    Driver: Ping G25
    4 wood: Ping G25
    7 wood: Ping G25
    3i & 4i:  Mizuno MP Fli Hi (2010 model)
    5i - pw:  Mizuno MP 64 
    Wedges:  Vokey SM4  54°.14 / 58°.09
    Putter: Odyssey Two-Ball 
    Ball: Titleist Pro v1x / Pro v1
    Bag: Mizuno Stand Bag
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