Have never seen 7.0 LZ's, didn't know they existed, beast of a shaft. It seems all of his shafts are very heavy and stout, very interesting. Never struck me as a massive hitter, must really load the shaft.
When LZ came out they had 7.0 125 but they then switched to calling them 6.5 as they feel softer than they are. There are in reality the exact same shafts. Now these 130 grams ones im not sure about.
Love that he's still playing a 10A2. Those original tour issue Project X shafts were awesome.
Love the grinding work which has been done on the 54 degree wedge.
Agree. Still very capable shafts.
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Do those irons predate the 680s Adam Scott is playing? I appreciate a blade is a blade, but it's interesting these two are playing 10+ year old models.
Predate? Those are the new 620 Forged.
Lol. Thanks. I guess I'm a little out of touch with my Titleist blades.
Why are we seeing so many ported SM8's? Are they heavier head weights? Or maybe less grinding needed?
Cobra Speedzone 9* - Matrix 7x3
Titleist 917F2 15* - Diamana D+ 80X
Ping G 3 Crossover - Diamana D+ 100X
Cobra King Forged One Length 4-GW - Project X 7.0 Flighted
Cobra King One Length Wedge 56*, 60* - Project X 7.0 Flighted
Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport
LZ 7.0’s. How long has RCB been playing these?
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