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  • xjohnxxjohnx Members  2009WRX Points: 81Posts: 2,009 Platinum Tees
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    callaway.7 wrote:
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    It has more to do with face design and CG I believe. The 2 diamond is for players that miss towards the toe, 3 diamonds I believe is high on the face and I don't know about 1 diamond.<br />
    <br />
    I have the 2 diamond and it is significantly better on my toe misses.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    That is a very interesting theory. With the artificial intelligence behind the face it would make sense for callaway to design club faces that suit certain misses better than other ones. Though you would think that if this is a possibility, why wouldn't they make this an option for the everyday consumer,? I have been a long time callaway loyalist, but this is putting a bad taste in my mouth. The thought that tour players are getting significantly superior product to than the consumer is aggravating. I am fully aware that for the majority of average golfers, a "strike specific" face is effectively useless. but for the more advanced players with a consistent, or predictable miss, why would they not want to provide them with the best possible driver?<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    I can see the frustration here but, to defend the oems a little. here is my thought. The consumers have historically been overwhelmed with that many choices and since most consumers still buy off the rack, it just doesn't make a ton of sense for that many skus at retail. You'd risk production forecasts being way off and excess inventory being left on rack and in warehouses which is the last thing a manufacturer ever wants. <br />
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    As for the tour guys needing the options. The most important thing to the manufacturers here is getting as many guys as possible to bag those clubs and be visible on tv hitting them. This influences that same consumer to go buy it off the rack later that day. However, if you didn't build options for the tour professionals that did not perform at a level of of significance that can be seen in data and on the fairways, he is not going to see the value of potentially risking tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars, which is the difference a couple fairways during the week can cost these guys. <br />
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    So this is all a game of the oems value vs. the tour pro's value.
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  • callaway.7callaway.7 Members  166WRX Points: 25Handicap: 4Posts: 166 Fairways
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    xjohnx wrote:
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    callaway.7 wrote:
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    It has more to do with face design and CG I believe. The 2 diamond is for players that miss towards the toe, 3 diamonds I believe is high on the face and I don't know about 1 diamond.<br />
    <br />
    I have the 2 diamond and it is significantly better on my toe misses.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    That is a very interesting theory. With the artificial intelligence behind the face it would make sense for callaway to design club faces that suit certain misses better than other ones. Though you would think that if this is a possibility, why wouldn't they make this an option for the everyday consumer,? I have been a long time callaway loyalist, but this is putting a bad taste in my mouth. The thought that tour players are getting significantly superior product to than the consumer is aggravating. I am fully aware that for the majority of average golfers, a "strike specific" face is effectively useless. but for the more advanced players with a consistent, or predictable miss, why would they not want to provide them with the best possible driver?<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    I can see the frustration here but, to defend the oems a little. here is my thought. The consumers have historically been overwhelmed with that many choices and since most consumers still buy off the rack, it just doesn't make a ton of sense for that many skus at retail. You'd risk production forecasts being way off and excess inventory being left on rack and in warehouses which is the last thing a manufacturer ever wants.<br />
    <br />
    As for the tour guys needing the options. The most important thing to the manufacturers here is getting as many guys as possible to bag those clubs and be visible on tv hitting them. This influences that same consumer to go buy it off the rack later that day. However, if you didn't build options for the tour professionals that did not perform at a level of of significance that can be seen in data and on the fairways, he is not going to see the value of potentially risking tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars, which is the difference a couple fairways during the week can cost these guys.<br />
    <br />
    So this is all a game of the oems value vs. the tour pro's value.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    I definitely see your point. In retrospection, Callaway could theoretically put into place something similar to Titleist's MOTO program that they ran with the 915D4. You couldn't just walk into any shop and pick one up off the rack, you had to go get fit, and if the fitter determined you needed the "limited production" model, you could get one custom ordered. I would gladly wait a little longer to receive my club, and pay a little bit more, if the product was genuinely a seriously better fit for my game.
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    Pure speculation, but I could see one of the diamond heads being modeled after the Epic Forged. 450cc, slightly deeper face and a more rounded shape.<br />
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    I'd love to see that.
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    Which seems normal as what a Tour Pro need differs from us mortals.
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  • UnderPar18UnderPar18 Previously Ecsugolf1 Members  6031WRX Points: 299Handicap: 2Posts: 6,031 Titanium Tees
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    The diamond models are simply to keep up with the tour demand. Multiple guys coming from other companies and need to feel comfortable with the shape and performance of the driver. The different diamond models have slightly different shapes and CG is different for different MOIs
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  • 1b!ggolfnut1b!ggolfnut Members  178WRX Points: 35Posts: 178 Fairways
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    callaway.7 wrote:
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    It has more to do with face design and CG I believe. The 2 diamond is for players that miss towards the toe, 3 diamonds I believe is high on the face and I don't know about 1 diamond.<br />
    <br />
    I have the 2 diamond and it is significantly better on my toe misses.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    That is a very interesting theory. With the artificial intelligence behind the face it would make sense for callaway to design club faces that suit certain misses better than other ones. Though you would think that if this is a possibility, why wouldn't they make this an option for the everyday consumer,? I have been a long time callaway loyalist, but this is putting a bad taste in my mouth. The thought that tour players are getting significantly superior product to than the consumer is aggravating. I am fully aware that for the majority of average golfers, a "strike specific" face is effectively useless. but for the more advanced players with a consistent, or predictable miss, why would they not want to provide them with the best possible driver?<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    I will take the picture of the 2 diamond tomorrow... Here is a 1 diamond that I have.
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  • 1b!ggolfnut1b!ggolfnut Members  178WRX Points: 35Posts: 178 Fairways
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    callaway.7 wrote:
    <br />
    <br />
    It has more to do with face design and CG I believe. The 2 diamond is for players that miss towards the toe, 3 diamonds I believe is high on the face and I don't know about 1 diamond.<br />
    <br />
    I have the 2 diamond and it is significantly better on my toe misses.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    That is a very interesting theory. With the artificial intelligence behind the face it would make sense for callaway to design club faces that suit certain misses better than other ones. Though you would think that if this is a possibility, why wouldn't they make this an option for the everyday consumer,? I have been a long time callaway loyalist, but this is putting a bad taste in my mouth. The thought that tour players are getting significantly superior product to than the consumer is aggravating. I am fully aware that for the majority of average golfers, a "strike specific" face is effectively useless. but for the more advanced players with a consistent, or predictable miss, why would they not want to provide them with the best possible driver?<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    I will take the picture of the 2 diamond tomorrow... Here is a 1 diamond that I have.<br />
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  • radimanradiman Members  4863WRX Points: 394Handicap: 3.8Posts: 4,863 Titanium Tees
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    callaway.7 wrote:
    <br />
    <br />
    It has more to do with face design and CG I believe. The 2 diamond is for players that miss towards the toe, 3 diamonds I believe is high on the face and I don't know about 1 diamond.<br />
    <br />
    I have the 2 diamond and it is significantly better on my toe misses.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    That is a very interesting theory. With the artificial intelligence behind the face it would make sense for callaway to design club faces that suit certain misses better than other ones. Though you would think that if this is a possibility, why wouldn't they make this an option for the everyday consumer,? I have been a long time callaway loyalist, but this is putting a bad taste in my mouth. The thought that tour players are getting significantly superior product to than the consumer is aggravating. I am fully aware that for the majority of average golfers, a "strike specific" face is effectively useless. but for the more advanced players with a consistent, or predictable miss, why would they not want to provide them with the best possible driver?<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    I will take the picture of the 2 diamond tomorrow... Here is a 1 diamond that I have.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    <br />
    I like this quite a bit! How is the sound? Would you say it is loud like the retail versions are being reported as?
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  • 1b!ggolfnut1b!ggolfnut Members  178WRX Points: 35Posts: 178 Fairways
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    The feel is the same as epic
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  • radimanradiman Members  4863WRX Points: 394Handicap: 3.8Posts: 4,863 Titanium Tees
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    The feel is the same as epic<br />
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    Just so I understand, are you referring to the original Epic or are you saying it's the same as the Epic Flash?
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    The feel is the same as epic<br />
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    So sound is the same?
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  • tphilptphilp Members  184WRX Points: 42Handicap: 12Posts: 184 Fairways
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    If they produced 14 different models for every miss their cost of production would be through the roof. Then people would be complaining about drivers costing 1000 plus. For their tour staff it’s reasonable because it’s only max a couple hundred custom units and it’s an advertising expense. Same thing for Scotty and the GSS most people will just complain about a 1000 plus putter
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  • 1b!ggolfnut1b!ggolfnut Members  178WRX Points: 35Posts: 178 Fairways
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    radiman wrote:
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    The feel is the same as epic<br />
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    Just so I understand, are you referring to the original Epic or are you saying it's the same as the Epic Flash?<br />
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    Original Epic SZ and Flash SZ are the same.<br /><br />
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    The feel is the same as epic<br />
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    So sound is the same?<br />
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    Sound = feel to me
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  • 1b!ggolfnut1b!ggolfnut Members  178WRX Points: 35Posts: 178 Fairways
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    1 Diamond and No Diamond = neutral to slightly more draw biased than others<br />
    2 diamond = fade biased (which is why this is my favorite <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/taunt.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':taunt:' /> )<br />
    3 diamond = higher more forward CG. Those who hit it high on the face will see increased spin and ball speed.
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  • radimanradiman Members  4863WRX Points: 394Handicap: 3.8Posts: 4,863 Titanium Tees
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    1 Diamond and No Diamond = neutral to slightly more draw biased than others<br />
    2 diamond = fade biased (which is why this is my favorite <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/taunt.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':taunt:' /> )<br />
    3 diamond = higher more forward CG. Those who hit it high on the face will see increased spin and ball speed.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Thanks for sharing! Is the 2 diamond drastically different in shape and size?
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    I don’t think there is a size difference...
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    radiman wrote:
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    1 Diamond and No Diamond = neutral to slightly more draw biased than others<br />
    2 diamond = fade biased (which is why this is my favorite <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/taunt.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':taunt:' /> )<br />
    3 diamond = higher more forward CG. Those who hit it high on the face will see increased spin and ball speed.<br />
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    Thanks for sharing! Is the 2 diamond drastically different in shape and size?<br />
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    1 and 2 diamond heads are a smaller more compact head
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  • mtnbiker5mtnbiker5 Members  377WRX Points: 95Handicap: 11Posts: 377 Greens
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    Being told this is not a very good driver now. Very plastic like and no difference in performance whatsoever
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  • TheMoneyShotTheMoneyShot ***FIGJAM/Twirl of Doom*** Members  32353WRX Points: 1,858Posts: 32,353 Titanium Tees
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    mtnbiker5 wrote:
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    Being told this is not a very good driver now<br />
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    Cancelled my order before ever hitting it based on the feedback on here. The power of Wrx...
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  • FarrowFarrow Members  627WRX Points: 45Posts: 627 Golden Tee
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    mtnbiker5 wrote:
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    Being told this is not a very good driver now<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Cancelled my order before ever hitting it based on the feedback on here. The power of Wrx...<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    So that you can demo it first right? It seems silly to completely disregard a club you’ve never hit just because a handful of guys on the internet didn’t like it. From what I’ve been reading it really seems like a 50/50 split on those who dislike it and those that do like it. It’s definitely on my list to try this spring along with M5 and F9.
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  • BrizamBrizam Junkie ClubWRX  1000WRX Points: 150Posts: 1,000 ClubWRX
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    Hit the Flash sub zero last night. <br />
    Looks good behind the ball. I don’t mine the line on the crown reminds me of the FT Tour and I liked that head. At address it’s one of the best looking drivers Callaway has made in a while. <br />
    Performance was good. I was impressed. I was getting some pretty good results even with a shaft that was a bit too hefty for me (Accra Proto). But the sound ugh. It would take some getting used to. <br />
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    Going to be a fun year in the driver category
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    Farrow wrote:
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    mtnbiker5 wrote:
    <br />
    Being told this is not a very good driver now<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Cancelled my order before ever hitting it based on the feedback on here. The power of Wrx...<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    So that you can demo it first right? It seems silly to completely disregard a club you’ve never hit just because a handful of guys on the internet didn’t like it. From what I’ve been reading it really seems like a 50/50 split on those who dislike it and those that do like it. It’s definitely on my list to try this spring along with M5 and F9.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    I’ll still test the Flash but it will not be on my own dime;)
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    Like I just posted in the main Flash thread, TM has been the lighting rod for this type of thing for far too long, now the shoe is on the other foot. There is nothing wrong with secret tour heads but I know it drives regular consumers crazy. <br />
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    Bring back the 440 Razr Fit Xtreme with flash face tech and jailbreak and I’ll reconsider Callaway fro drivers, until then it shall be TM and their sub 440 offerings
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    Lemonde wrote:
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    Like I just posted in the main Flash thread, TM has been the lighting rod for this type of thing for far too long, now the shoe is on the other foot. There is nothing wrong with secret tour heads but I know it drives regular consumers crazy. <br />
    <br />
    Bring back the 440 Razr Fit Xtreme with flash face tech and jailbreak and I’ll reconsider Callaway fro drivers, until then it shall be TM and their sub 440 offerings<br />
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    Very well said!
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    Farrow wrote:
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    <br />
    mtnbiker5 wrote:
    <br />
    Being told this is not a very good driver now<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Cancelled my order before ever hitting it based on the feedback on here. The power of Wrx...<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    So that you can demo it first right? It seems silly to completely disregard a club you've never hit just because a handful of guys on the internet didn't like it. From what I've been reading it really seems like a 50/50 split on those who dislike it and those that do like it. It's definitely on my list to try this spring along with M5 and F9.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    And to think some people swear they're not influenced by reviews, posts, advertising, etc. <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/rofl.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rofl:' />
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  • jay_dwightjay_dwight Members  543WRX Points: 160Handicap: .1Posts: 543 Golden Tee
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    Retail vs 3 Diamond
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    jay_dwight wrote:
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    Retail vs 3 Diamond<br />
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    Great pictures. As I mentioned several times on this site the 3 diamond head is much larger and without the horizontal crown line. Most people like compact heads but this is why this club intrigued me so much. It’s a larger head with more MOI and looks more like my Rogue!
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  • radimanradiman Members  4863WRX Points: 394Handicap: 3.8Posts: 4,863 Titanium Tees
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    UnderPar18 wrote:
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    jay_dwight wrote:
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    Retail vs 3 Diamond<br />
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    Great pictures. As I mentioned several times on this site the 3 diamond head is much larger and without the horizontal crown line. Most people like compact heads but this is why this club intrigued me so much. It’s a larger head with more MOI and looks more like my Rogue!<br />
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    I wonder how it compares to the non-SZ model. They look pretty similar shape wise.<br />
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    I'm personally all about that single diamond posted earlier on this page. Not as rounded as the stock SZ and looks like a smaller footprint. The line doesn't bother me, take it or leave it I guess.
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    UnderPar18 wrote:
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    jay_dwight wrote:
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    Retail vs 3 Diamond<br />
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    <br />
    Great pictures. As I mentioned several times on this site the 3 diamond head is much larger and without the horizontal crown line. Most people like compact heads but this is why this club intrigued me so much. It’s a larger head with more MOI and looks more like my Rogue!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    It is literally a completely different club. More differences than similarities.
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    jay_dwight wrote:
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    UnderPar18 wrote:
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    jay_dwight wrote:
    <br />
    Retail vs 3 Diamond<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Great pictures. As I mentioned several times on this site the 3 diamond head is much larger and without the horizontal crown line. Most people like compact heads but this is why this club intrigued me so much. It’s a larger head with more MOI and looks more like my Rogue!<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    It is literally a completely different club. More differences than similarities.<br />
    <br />
    <br />
    Have you hit it? Wonder if it has the flash face or not.
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    Callaway 2016 Apex Pro 4-PW KBS 130X
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