Tiger Woods 2019 Taylormade Irons...P7TW?

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  • jll62jll62 ClubWRX Posts: 2,028 ClubWRX
    Nard_S wrote:

    chadly643 wrote:


    I am not a machinist, but isn't the milling just a way to use a machine to do the work that Mike Taylor does by hand on a grinding wheel? He takes a forged club blank and uses his hands and a grinder to create the final shape. I'd assume TM is taking forged blanks and using a computer controlled mill to get the same results without having to clone Mike Taylor. Forging or casting is how you get the blanks, milling and grinding is how you finish the clubs. Is this accurate?




    Chance are they take MT's grind, put it on a CMM, digitize profile and program a NC miller to replicate it to near exact specs and then finish sand.



    I worry retail will be neutered because TW likes them heavy, tall faced and with added mass in the vertical. My hope is that they don't mess with it, in the way it was done on the 681 or get real dopey and strengthen the lofts. Offer them in S400, to true spec, I'm buying them.




    Very few people should be playing irons built to Tiger's exact specs, and probably even less than that. What's the allure of having a limited release be exactly Tiger's specs if they're not playable by the majority of people buying them? There won't be much, if any, collector value to these. I can understand wanting to have something that's essentially his, but most people will want to play them.



    I have a set of 681T and was pleased they weren't exact duplicates of Tiger's irons because his would have never worked for me.
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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,905 ✭✭
    edited Jan 8, 2019 10:09am #63
    jll62 wrote:

    Nard_S wrote:

    chadly643 wrote:


    I am not a machinist, but isn't the milling just a way to use a machine to do the work that Mike Taylor does by hand on a grinding wheel? He takes a forged club blank and uses his hands and a grinder to create the final shape. I'd assume TM is taking forged blanks and using a computer controlled mill to get the same results without having to clone Mike Taylor. Forging or casting is how you get the blanks, milling and grinding is how you finish the clubs. Is this accurate?




    Chance are they take MT's grind, put it on a CMM, digitize profile and program a NC miller to replicate it to near exact specs and then finish sand.



    I worry retail will be neutered because TW likes them heavy, tall faced and with added mass in the vertical. My hope is that they don't mess with it, in the way it was done on the 681 or get real dopey and strengthen the lofts. Offer them in S400, to true spec, I'm buying them.




    Very few people should be playing irons built to Tiger's exact specs, and probably even less than that. What's the allure of having a limited release be exactly Tiger's specs if they're not playable by the majority of people buying them? There won't be much, if any, collector value to these. I can understand wanting to have something that's essentially his, but most people will want to play them.



    I have a set of 681T and was pleased they weren't exact duplicates of Tiger's irons because his would have never worked for me.




    You’d probably be shocked how much easier they are to hit with the beef tiger has made into them.



    I have a proto set of 681 no stamps. They are near identical to tigers 681 proto set before the T stamp set. Easiest blade to hit I’ve ever held. My set was made for Matt jones. The resemblance ( near exact ) is undeniable.



    The reason they water them down is because it’s cheaper to make. Less material and work time to make a generic shape. Same reason it takes mike Taylor to shape him a set is the same reason you won’t see the real shape come to retail. It’s not just TM. Nike and titleist did it too.
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  • GolfingfanaticGolfingfanatic Members Posts: 3,068 ✭✭
    Other than shafts I don't see whats wrong with his specs for most people? I'd love a set with a 50° PW
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  • NRJyzrNRJyzr Allez Allez Allez Minnesota, USAMembers Posts: 6,283 ✭✭


    Other than shafts I don't see whats wrong with his specs for most people? I'd love a set with a 50° PW




    It's not the loft specs, it's the CG properties that are considerably different than "average."
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  • Nard_SNard_S Members Posts: 3,215 ✭✭
    jll62 wrote:

    Nard_S wrote:

    chadly643 wrote:


    I am not a machinist, but isn't the milling just a way to use a machine to do the work that Mike Taylor does by hand on a grinding wheel? He takes a forged club blank and uses his hands and a grinder to create the final shape. I'd assume TM is taking forged blanks and using a computer controlled mill to get the same results without having to clone Mike Taylor. Forging or casting is how you get the blanks, milling and grinding is how you finish the clubs. Is this accurate?




    Chance are they take MT's grind, put it on a CMM, digitize profile and program a NC miller to replicate it to near exact specs and then finish sand.



    I worry retail will be neutered because TW likes them heavy, tall faced and with added mass in the vertical. My hope is that they don't mess with it, in the way it was done on the 681 or get real dopey and strengthen the lofts. Offer them in S400, to true spec, I'm buying them.




    Very few people should be playing irons built to Tiger's exact specs, and probably even less than that. What's the allure of having a limited release be exactly Tiger's specs if they're not playable by the majority of people buying them? There won't be much, if any, collector value to these. I can understand wanting to have something that's essentially his, but most people will want to play them.



    I have a set of 681T and was pleased they weren't exact duplicates of Tiger's irons because his would have never worked for me.




    681's and T stamps are similar but T's a truer to his spec.681's left the muscle a bit lower yet they are still fantastic. Reality is most Pro's play different grind in the clubs they sponsor Rare to get same setup in retail set T's were of the exception and are perhaps one of the most valued blades offered in last 20 years. They want the P7 to be as coveted, they'll go the route of the T-stamp There's plenty of clubs out there go "rational", who needs another.
  • jonn443jonn443 Jonnystx Members Posts: 4,596 ✭✭
    edited Jan 8, 2019 10:54am #67
    Seems to be "testing" these TWs and the 18' GAPR once more. We'll see if one or both of these beat out the Phase Ones or his OG UDI.
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  • jll62jll62 ClubWRX Posts: 2,028 ClubWRX

    jll62 wrote:

    Nard_S wrote:

    chadly643 wrote:


    I am not a machinist, but isn't the milling just a way to use a machine to do the work that Mike Taylor does by hand on a grinding wheel? He takes a forged club blank and uses his hands and a grinder to create the final shape. I'd assume TM is taking forged blanks and using a computer controlled mill to get the same results without having to clone Mike Taylor. Forging or casting is how you get the blanks, milling and grinding is how you finish the clubs. Is this accurate?




    Chance are they take MT's grind, put it on a CMM, digitize profile and program a NC miller to replicate it to near exact specs and then finish sand.



    I worry retail will be neutered because TW likes them heavy, tall faced and with added mass in the vertical. My hope is that they don't mess with it, in the way it was done on the 681 or get real dopey and strengthen the lofts. Offer them in S400, to true spec, I'm buying them.




    Very few people should be playing irons built to Tiger's exact specs, and probably even less than that. What's the allure of having a limited release be exactly Tiger's specs if they're not playable by the majority of people buying them? There won't be much, if any, collector value to these. I can understand wanting to have something that's essentially his, but most people will want to play them.



    I have a set of 681T and was pleased they weren't exact duplicates of Tiger's irons because his would have never worked for me.




    You'd probably be shocked how much easier they are to hit with the beef tiger has made into them.



    I have a proto set of 681 no stamps. They are near identical to tigers 681 proto set before the T stamp set. Easiest blade to hit I've ever held. My set was made for Matt jones. The resemblance ( near exact ) is undeniable.



    The reason they water them down is because it's cheaper to make. Less material and work time to make a generic shape. Same reason it takes mike Taylor to shape him a set is the same reason you won't see the real shape come to retail. It's not just TM. Nike and titleist did it too.




    If you hit them well, it's because your dynamics at impact match up well with the CG location in those heads. That's great for you! But if Tiger's irons were easier to hit than other blades for the majority of the target market, no company would intentionally release a version that's harder to hit. Titleist would have just been releasing Tiger's heads instead of the 681s or any other blade they released during that time.



    There's nothing inherently different about the design Tiger's blades that make them cost prohibitive to produce as a retail offering (I'm not talking about making Tiger's gamers). If a company wanted to sell a Tiger blade at retail, they could setup a production line and produce them for about the same cost as they could for any other design. So why don't they? Because the CG location in these heads mean they're harder to hit for most of the players in the target market. That was my point in the post above.



    Replica sets released in the past were based off the existing production line because it was cheaper to use those heads instead of spinning up an entire production run of a different design head. It has absolutely nothing to do with watering down one version because the design is cheaper to make. It was all about economy of scale as it related to their production runs.



    If the P7TW are made the way we all seem to think they are, and they find their way to retail as a limited offering, then I think they'll be very close to Tiger's actual specs. The P730 design is too far away from the design of Tiger's heads to be a close enough match.
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  • csiachoscsiachos Members Posts: 1,983 ✭✭
    I think the sole actually does not have the milled grind marks. It looks like one iron has it and the other does not, making me think it's a reflection from the wedge
  • tbrumbeloe13tbrumbeloe13 GeorgiaMembers Posts: 702 ✭✭
    csiachos wrote:
    I think the sole actually does not have the milled grind marks. It looks like one iron has it and the other does not, making me think it's a reflection from the wedge
    It looks like they do to me. Some are the new irons, but some are still the first Phase 1s that he’s been playing.
  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,905 ✭✭
    jll62 wrote:


    jll62 wrote:

    Nard_S wrote:

    chadly643 wrote:


    I am not a machinist, but isn't the milling just a way to use a machine to do the work that Mike Taylor does by hand on a grinding wheel? He takes a forged club blank and uses his hands and a grinder to create the final shape. I'd assume TM is taking forged blanks and using a computer controlled mill to get the same results without having to clone Mike Taylor. Forging or casting is how you get the blanks, milling and grinding is how you finish the clubs. Is this accurate?




    Chance are they take MT's grind, put it on a CMM, digitize profile and program a NC miller to replicate it to near exact specs and then finish sand.



    I worry retail will be neutered because TW likes them heavy, tall faced and with added mass in the vertical. My hope is that they don't mess with it, in the way it was done on the 681 or get real dopey and strengthen the lofts. Offer them in S400, to true spec, I'm buying them.




    Very few people should be playing irons built to Tiger's exact specs, and probably even less than that. What's the allure of having a limited release be exactly Tiger's specs if they're not playable by the majority of people buying them? There won't be much, if any, collector value to these. I can understand wanting to have something that's essentially his, but most people will want to play them.



    I have a set of 681T and was pleased they weren't exact duplicates of Tiger's irons because his would have never worked for me.




    You'd probably be shocked how much easier they are to hit with the beef tiger has made into them.



    I have a proto set of 681 no stamps. They are near identical to tigers 681 proto set before the T stamp set. Easiest blade to hit I've ever held. My set was made for Matt jones. The resemblance ( near exact ) is undeniable.



    The reason they water them down is because it's cheaper to make. Less material and work time to make a generic shape. Same reason it takes mike Taylor to shape him a set is the same reason you won't see the real shape come to retail. It's not just TM. Nike and titleist did it too.




    If you hit them well, it's because your dynamics at impact match up well with the CG location in those heads. That's great for you! But if Tiger's irons were easier to hit than other blades for the majority of the target market, no company would intentionally release a version that's harder to hit. Titleist would have just been releasing Tiger's heads instead of the 681s or any other blade they released during that time.



    There's nothing inherently different about the design Tiger's blades that make them cost prohibitive to produce as a retail offering (I'm not talking about making Tiger's gamers). If a company wanted to sell a Tiger blade at retail, they could setup a production line and produce them for about the same cost as they could for any other design. So why don't they? Because the CG location in these heads mean they're harder to hit for most of the players in the target market. That was my point in the post above.



    Replica sets released in the past were based off the existing production line because it was cheaper to use those heads instead of spinning up an entire production run of a different design head. It has absolutely nothing to do with watering down one version because the design is cheaper to make. It was all about economy of scale as it related to their production runs.



    If the P7TW are made the way we all seem to think they are, and they find their way to retail as a limited offering, then I think they'll be very close to Tiger's actual specs. The P730 design is too far away from the design of Tiger's heads to be a close enough match.


    You’re saying the same thing as me. They didn’t make them because it would cost more.



    Tiger doesn’t go to mike and say “ make me something harder to hit. This is too easy “. His irons are beefy all over. Especially the short irons. But really everything.
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  • StanksStanks Everything I post is confrontational Members Posts: 1,249 ✭✭
    jll62 wrote:

    Nard_S wrote:

    chadly643 wrote:


    I am not a machinist, but isn't the milling just a way to use a machine to do the work that Mike Taylor does by hand on a grinding wheel? He takes a forged club blank and uses his hands and a grinder to create the final shape. I'd assume TM is taking forged blanks and using a computer controlled mill to get the same results without having to clone Mike Taylor. Forging or casting is how you get the blanks, milling and grinding is how you finish the clubs. Is this accurate?




    Chance are they take MT's grind, put it on a CMM, digitize profile and program a NC miller to replicate it to near exact specs and then finish sand.



    I worry retail will be neutered because TW likes them heavy, tall faced and with added mass in the vertical. My hope is that they don't mess with it, in the way it was done on the 681 or get real dopey and strengthen the lofts. Offer them in S400, to true spec, I'm buying them.




    Very few people should be playing irons built to Tiger's exact specs, and probably even less than that. What's the allure of having a limited release be exactly Tiger's specs if they're not playable by the majority of people buying them? There won't be much, if any, collector value to these. I can understand wanting to have something that's essentially his, but most people will want to play them.



    I have a set of 681T and was pleased they weren't exact duplicates of Tiger's irons because his would have never worked for me.




    I probably SHOULD NOT get two burritos when I go to chipotle, but I digress.



    Telling a golfer what they should and shouldn’t do when you’re not their coach or instructor is like adding gas to a fire.



    I’m playing off 18. I suck. I have no reason to play blades or most any of the other clubs I use but check it out, I can and I do. I’m a glutton for hard learning because that is a way that teaches best.



    The irons are a bit of a mystery and do look appealing. Everyone is curious to see what big car puts in the bag for the year and what, if anything, changes.



    But don’t ever tell us what we should and shouldn’t do.
  • jll62jll62 ClubWRX Posts: 2,028 ClubWRX
    Stanks wrote:

    jll62 wrote:

    Nard_S wrote:

    chadly643 wrote:


    I am not a machinist, but isn't the milling just a way to use a machine to do the work that Mike Taylor does by hand on a grinding wheel? He takes a forged club blank and uses his hands and a grinder to create the final shape. I'd assume TM is taking forged blanks and using a computer controlled mill to get the same results without having to clone Mike Taylor. Forging or casting is how you get the blanks, milling and grinding is how you finish the clubs. Is this accurate?




    Chance are they take MT's grind, put it on a CMM, digitize profile and program a NC miller to replicate it to near exact specs and then finish sand.



    I worry retail will be neutered because TW likes them heavy, tall faced and with added mass in the vertical. My hope is that they don't mess with it, in the way it was done on the 681 or get real dopey and strengthen the lofts. Offer them in S400, to true spec, I'm buying them.




    Very few people should be playing irons built to Tiger's exact specs, and probably even less than that. What's the allure of having a limited release be exactly Tiger's specs if they're not playable by the majority of people buying them? There won't be much, if any, collector value to these. I can understand wanting to have something that's essentially his, but most people will want to play them.



    I have a set of 681T and was pleased they weren't exact duplicates of Tiger's irons because his would have never worked for me.




    I probably SHOULD NOT get two burritos when I go to chipotle, but I digress.



    Telling a golfer what they should and shouldn't do when you're not their coach or instructor is like adding gas to a fire.



    I'm playing off 18. I suck. I have no reason to play blades or most any of the other clubs I use but check it out, I can and I do. I'm a glutton for hard learning because that is a way that teaches best.



    The irons are a bit of a mystery and do look appealing. Everyone is curious to see what big car puts in the bag for the year and what, if anything, changes.



    But don't ever tell us what we should and shouldn't do.




    *sigh*



    Go back and read a bunch of my old posts. I always say that no one should ever tell someone else how they should derive their enjoyment from the game. If someone is a 35 and wants to play blades, by all means play blades. I'm not going to criticize someone for it.



    What I was trying to get across in my post, poorly apparently, is that the specific specs of Tiger's irons, the ones mentioned in the post to which I replied (heavier, high CG, etc) do not fit even a small segment of the market. As such, I remain genuinely curious why people care that a future model matches his exact specs, as opposed to a model that is inspired by his but are more playable (hence the analogy to the 681T). If the answer is nothing more than, "I like Tiger and want to play his irons," or "They look really cool," then great. Play them.



    These forums would be a lot better if everyone tried to assume positive intent when reading a post instead of immediately taking things in a negative way. I'll admit that I could have worded my post with a little softer tone, but I don't think it warranted a "don't tell me what to do" type of response.
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  • TinkerGolfManTinkerGolfMan Tinker Golf Man Members Posts: 1,215 ✭✭


    Great find! #releasetheP7TWirons
    Just like the #ReleaseTheRORS putter lmao.
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  • StanksStanks Everything I post is confrontational Members Posts: 1,249 ✭✭
    jll62 wrote:

    Stanks wrote:

    jll62 wrote:

    Nard_S wrote:

    chadly643 wrote:


    I am not a machinist, but isn't the milling just a way to use a machine to do the work that Mike Taylor does by hand on a grinding wheel? He takes a forged club blank and uses his hands and a grinder to create the final shape. I'd assume TM is taking forged blanks and using a computer controlled mill to get the same results without having to clone Mike Taylor. Forging or casting is how you get the blanks, milling and grinding is how you finish the clubs. Is this accurate?




    Chance are they take MT's grind, put it on a CMM, digitize profile and program a NC miller to replicate it to near exact specs and then finish sand.



    I worry retail will be neutered because TW likes them heavy, tall faced and with added mass in the vertical. My hope is that they don't mess with it, in the way it was done on the 681 or get real dopey and strengthen the lofts. Offer them in S400, to true spec, I'm buying them.




    Very few people should be playing irons built to Tiger's exact specs, and probably even less than that. What's the allure of having a limited release be exactly Tiger's specs if they're not playable by the majority of people buying them? There won't be much, if any, collector value to these. I can understand wanting to have something that's essentially his, but most people will want to play them.



    I have a set of 681T and was pleased they weren't exact duplicates of Tiger's irons because his would have never worked for me.




    I probably SHOULD NOT get two burritos when I go to chipotle, but I digress.



    Telling a golfer what they should and shouldn't do when you're not their coach or instructor is like adding gas to a fire.



    I'm playing off 18. I suck. I have no reason to play blades or most any of the other clubs I use but check it out, I can and I do. I'm a glutton for hard learning because that is a way that teaches best.



    The irons are a bit of a mystery and do look appealing. Everyone is curious to see what big car puts in the bag for the year and what, if anything, changes.



    But don't ever tell us what we should and shouldn't do.




    *sigh*



    Go back and read a bunch of my old posts. I always say that no one should ever tell someone else how they should derive their enjoyment from the game. If someone is a 35 and wants to play blades, by all means play blades. I'm not going to criticize someone for it.



    What I was trying to get across in my post, poorly apparently, is that the specific specs of Tiger's irons, the ones mentioned in the post to which I replied (heavier, high CG, etc) do not fit even a small segment of the market. As such, I remain genuinely curious why people care that a future model matches his exact specs, as opposed to a model that is inspired by his but are more playable (hence the analogy to the 681T). If the answer is nothing more than, "I like Tiger and want to play his irons," or "They look really cool," then great. Play them.



    These forums would be a lot better if everyone tried to assume positive intent when reading a post instead of immediately taking things in a negative way. I'll admit that I could have worded my post with a little softer tone, but I don't think it warranted a "don't tell me what to do" type of response.




    It’s all good bud. I have read countless posts you’ve made and that one did take me aghast. Nothing personal intended or taken. Some still have that mentality of stating what should and shouldn’t be done when referencing playing experience and blades and handicaps and it’s yadda yadda. I don’t know you to be the one that point that notion out which is why I spoke up. But I’m also a noted “d***head” so there is that as well.

    Here is to hoping that TM takes these posts to heart and maybe opens a market for the rors, TW, DJ, and all other TM staffers protos. I personally don’t think they’d be able to fill the orders quick enough.
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    Great find! #releasetheP7TWirons
    Just like the #ReleaseTheRORS putter lmao.




    You know it:)
  • noodle3872noodle3872 Chilliwack B.C. CanadaMembers Posts: 2,654 ✭✭
    If Taylormade will do a fully milled set of P730 irons for Rose and McIlroy, I don't see why they won't Tiger's irons would be any different. From what I understand, hand grinding the sole is such a tedious process, one misstep and the iron head is garbage. Milling the sole of an iron can be replicated time after time to exacting standards. With TW's attention to detail, milling the soles of his irons probably yields the best results.
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  • jokerusnjokerusn nice shoes Northern NJClubWRX Posts: 4,691 ClubWRX


    Question - Did you guys enjoy the MeandMyGolf "Behind-the-Scenes" vlog at our photoshoot in Florida? The easter egg in the video aside, would you like to see more of this?



    And on a side note, if we like a post in these forums, it generally means it's correct information. image/good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:' />




    Behind the scenes of this video?







    I did see Rahm with a proto Aldila Green with graphene and Tiger with a DF.
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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,905 ✭✭


    Question - Did you guys enjoy the MeandMyGolf "Behind-the-Scenes" vlog at our photoshoot in Florida? The easter egg in the video aside, would you like to see more of this?



    And on a side note, if we like a post in these forums, it generally means it's correct information. image/good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:' />




    Well. Since the only post you’ve liked is the one above with the milled heads it begs the question. Why didn’t you do this from the word go ? You had his TGR iron specs to program off of.
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  • TheMoneyShotTheMoneyShot ***FIGJAM/Twirl of Doom*** Members Posts: 30,513 ✭✭


    Question - Did you guys enjoy the MeandMyGolf "Behind-the-Scenes" vlog at our photoshoot in Florida? The easter egg in the video aside, would you like to see more of this?



    And on a side note, if we like a post in these forums, it generally means it's correct information. image/good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:' />




    Ok good, now give us a release date on the P7TWs:)
  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,905 ✭✭



    Question - Did you guys enjoy the MeandMyGolf "Behind-the-Scenes" vlog at our photoshoot in Florida? The easter egg in the video aside, would you like to see more of this?



    And on a side note, if we like a post in these forums, it generally means it's correct information. image/good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:' />




    Ok good, now give us a release date on the P7TWs:)




    I didn’t read that as a confirmation of a TW exact copy in milled form being released. But happy to be told I’m wrong. Tm what say ye ?
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  • Frankensteins MonsterFrankensteins Monster Members Posts: 6,680 ✭✭
    How long has Tiger played a GAPR?
  • JagpilotohioJagpilotohio 45+ inch drivers are evil. Columbus, OHMembers Posts: 7,224 ✭✭
    While I personally have zero interest in a Tiger Woods model blade, or any blade for that matter, I do think it’s bordering on criminally moronic to be paying arguably the greatest player in history a huge sum of money to be part of your staff program and NOT offer a line of irons with his name on them. I wonder if Tiger won’t allow it?

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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,905 ✭✭


    While I personally have zero interest in a Tiger Woods model blade, or any blade for that matter, I do think it’s bordering on criminally moronic to be paying arguably the greatest player in history a huge sum of money to be part of your staff program and NOT offer a line of irons with his name on them. I wonder if Tiger won’t allow it?




    This man smells the smoke.
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  • hayzoooshayzooos Madison, WIMembers Posts: 6,776 ✭✭


    While I personally have zero interest in a Tiger Woods model blade, or any blade for that matter, I do think it’s bordering on criminally moronic to be paying arguably the greatest player in history a huge sum of money to be part of your staff program and NOT offer a line of irons with his name on them. I wonder if Tiger won’t allow it?




    Agree with what you're saying, but splitting hairs...remember Tiger doesn't even own his own name anymore, Nike does. That's why he has TGR, Woods Jupiter, etc that are all his, but none bear the name "Tiger Woods".
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  • hokiealumnhokiealumn Richmond, VAMembers Posts: 7 ✭✭


    Question - Did you guys enjoy the MeandMyGolf "Behind-the-Scenes" vlog at our photoshoot in Florida? The easter egg in the video aside, would you like to see more of this?



    And on a side note, if we like a post in these forums, it generally means it's correct information. image/good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:' />




    I for one enjoyed the video and I am looking forward to the subsequent releases the guys talked about. They teased at the end of the video they were doing a series of 5 videos and making a sort of "ultimate player" kind of thing which I thought was interesting. Honestly, I'm really just looking forward to all the Mic'd commentary they have of the players talking while filming the shoot over the course of the day.



    Aside from the surprise that caught my eye, two of the more enjoyable scenes was the long drive competition between Rory & DJ and the commentary of the group asking Tiger how he controls spin with his wedge shots.



    ........ So after the rant, short answer is YES!

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  • JagpilotohioJagpilotohio 45+ inch drivers are evil. Columbus, OHMembers Posts: 7,224 ✭✭
    edited Jan 9, 2019 7:05pm #88
    hayzooos wrote:



    While I personally have zero interest in a Tiger Woods model blade, or any blade for that matter, I do think it’s bordering on criminally moronic to be paying arguably the greatest player in history a huge sum of money to be part of your staff program and NOT offer a line of irons with his name on them. I wonder if Tiger won’t allow it?




    Agree with what you're saying, but splitting hairs...remember Tiger doesn't even own his own name anymore, Nike does. That's why he has TGR, Woods Jupiter, etc that are all his, but none bear the name "Tiger Woods".




    Interesting thought, but not true. That’s actually something of an Urban Legend. Tiger Woods absolutely owns his name and can do anything he wants with it.



    If Tiger wanted to, he could certainly ALLOW TM to use his name to market a set of irons. He obviously would get a large chunk of money to allow that. I’m guessing It would almost surely be in addition to whatever his existing agreement is to be on their staff. Maybe he and TM can’t reach an agreement.



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  • extrastiffextrastiff Members Posts: 863 ✭✭
    liljim wrote:


    He also has a Hi Toe 60* low bounce in his bag along with his regular MG 60* in the video.


    Looked like hi hi toe had some taken off the heel as well
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    Question - Did you guys enjoy the MeandMyGolf "Behind-the-Scenes" vlog at our photoshoot in Florida? The easter egg in the video aside, would you like to see more of this?



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    “Generally” = most cases
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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,905 ✭✭
    cota0429 wrote:

    Question - Did you guys enjoy the MeandMyGolf "Behind-the-Scenes" vlog at our photoshoot in Florida? The easter egg in the video aside, would you like to see more of this?



    And on a side note, if we like a post in these forums, it generally means it's correct information. image/good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:' />




    “Generally” = most cases




    Thought the same..... so you’re also liking posts with incorrect info ? Maybe to throw people off the scent ?
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