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  1. Thanks a lot for the replies. I am leaning towards the ewheels mostly due to the tether function and the 2 wheelie bars, as I have to go up 3 very steep and long hills at my course. Has anyone here used the tether function on the V2? Is it a great addition or just a nice to have gimmick? I can imagine myself using the tether half the time and the remote the other half. With the tether you can hold your sunbrella in one hand and your phone in the other if you want to order take out towards the end of your round, or just read some articles while strolling down the fairway. Also, to me it just fe
  2. So my pushcart broke down and I am in the market for a new one. I was thinking of going electric and wanted to ask opinions on what would be the best option for me. I have read many threads on this topic and have done a lot of research, but since I have never used one, I would greatly appreciate advice. I have narrowed it down to Ewheels V2 and MGI AT from Costco (but am open to other options as well). Price is not going to be determining factor, because they are both in the same ballpark for me. Ewheels $800 + $120 TFS + Clicgear $250 = $1170 and MGI is $1600. I am willing to pay more to get
  3. You need the swing speed radar to find out what is fast and what isn't. I don't follow the program at all, I just make up my own based on randomness of my schedule. I usually do it on days when I am feeling loose, strong, and rested so that I can get max speed. There is no reason to do the program when you are sore from working out all week as your speeds will be slow and you get no benefit. I do the speed training only when I am super warmed up. Usually at the range after hitting balls or after an intense workout session, but before muscles get cold and tired.I had some neck issues in the pas
  4. What is your current handicap? 1.9 Current gamer fairway? Tour Edge Exotics E8 Beta 13* with Aldila Rogue Silver 70x Current gamer hybrid? Hogan Ft. Worth Hi 18* iron (last hybrid I played was also TEE E8 19* with Rogue Black 95s) Where are you located (City, State - US Only Please)? Austin, TX What club would you like to test? EXS Pro 3 Wood. I have bought/tried almost all of the TEE 3 woods since, but nothing beats my E8 Beta for consistently finding the fairway. Looking for CBX 119 distance/forgiveness with E8 Beta accuracy. If selected, do you agree to participate in an ongoing review thre
  5. > @MizunoMac72 said: > > @stk123 said: > > > @MizunoMac72 said: > > > > @kgeorge78 said: > > > > so what wedges are made "stock" and not bent? > > > > 52 56 60 everything else is bent?? > > > > > > > > > > I calculated that Mizuno must have SIX original wedge moulds for their 29 loft/bounce configurations, each mould being used to 'bend' the loft/bounce +/- 2° to obtain the desired specification. The original moulds, without any adjustments, would in fact be those in bold that I have listed below: &
  6. > @MizunoMac72 said: > > @kgeorge78 said: > > so what wedges are made "stock" and not bent? > > 52 56 60 everything else is bent?? > > > > I calculated that Mizuno must have SIX original wedge moulds for their 29 loft/bounce configurations, each mould being used to 'bend' the loft/bounce +/- 2° to obtain the desired specification. The original moulds, without any adjustments, would in fact be those in bold that I have listed below: > > **(This is with regards to the S18 model.)** > > 45-05 **46-06** 47-08 48-08 > > 49-06 50-0
  7. On a different note, I am thinking of going 5-PW in MB. I am then going to get a HMB as a driving iron. I am leaning towards the 3i at 19*, because the 2i at 16* seems way too little. I have an 18* TP UDI and it seem to go a little too low for me. How will a 16* or 19* HMB compare potentially (I know, nobody hit them yet)? Then my dilemma is what to do with 4i? Should get another HMB or the MMC? What are your thoughts on this?
  8. > @MizunoMac72 said: > > @stk123 said: > > > @Nismottgtr said: > > > Really hoping the T20 54° isn't the 56 bent 2 degrees strong like on the T7s. Looking down at that offset kills me everytime i pull my t7 54 out of the bag. > > > > Don't count on it. Mizuno is a joke when it comes to wedges. A complete joke! I had T5s, MP R12, MP R, etc. and they were all bent strong or weak. I always ordered 52/56/60 or 50/54/58, and they always bend the wedges such that offset is completely different from 1 wedge to the next. I swear that they took a 56/10 and
  9. Here you go, You can see that they clearly build one wedge, a 46* and bend it to 45*, 47*, or 48*. Then they might have a 51* mold and bend it to 49, 50, 52, or 53. As evidenced by 1* bounce change for every 1* loft change. Please fix this Mizuno and order molds for at least every 2* increments, so that at max your are bending wedges 1* of loft!
  10. > @Nismottgtr said: > Really hoping the T20 54° isn't the 56 bent 2 degrees strong like on the T7s. Looking down at that offset kills me everytime i pull my t7 54 out of the bag. Don't count on it. Mizuno is a joke when it comes to wedges. A complete joke! I had T5s, MP R12, MP R, etc. and they were all bent strong or weak. I always ordered 52/56/60 or 50/54/58, and they always bend the wedges such that offset is completely different from 1 wedge to the next. I swear that they took a 56/10 and bent it 2* strong to get to my ordered 54/8 and then grabbed the exact same 56/10 and ben
  11. > @kcsf said: > I play them down to the PW in 110cw for all. Wedges/shafts are stock Ping. What flex do you play? I have 110 in X flex. Wondering if stiff would be better. Like the X, but like not having to swing all out as well at times.
  12. Whatever you do, don't get fit indoors. It is all garbage, especially club champion. I was hitting a driver that was supposed to be low launch and low spin (probably lowest combo you can put together). The Trackman showed ~2900 rpm's and 14* launch. Too high, I bought it anyway. On the course it was probably 2,000 rpm's and 10* launch. Night and day difference. Irons are even worse. Hitting off mats decreases iron spin by ~1,500 rpm's, so some launch monitors try to adjust for that. But truth is you can't. One guy's swing will cause 1,500 rpm decrease, while next guy's will only be 500 rpm.
  13. I would go with Hogan Fort Worth Black for $735 for 4-PW. They are super sweet, forged, and have a little more forgiveness than a typical blade (such as MP4). If you have a steep swing, then the v-sole will significantly improve your turf interaction. They only sell on-line, direct to consumer so prices are super cheap compared to competitors. You can demo a couple irons for 14-days for $20 including shipping. Can't beat that. Fort Worth Black will be my next new set of irons. I am 0-2 handicap and tried going with cavity backs this year. I can't get the accuracy I want with them. So I wi
  14. lol. same thing crossed my mind. Urinary Tract Infection.
  15. > @"b.mattay" said: > Vokey v-grind! Narrow sole with 20 ish degrees of bounce on the front edge for square face shots! I had v-sole TK15 wedges, and now have Edel V-sole wedges. Like I said nothing works when chipping into the grain on bermuda. It will still grab your club. But I guess that the v-sole clubs may be slightly better than most. You just have to play around with different shots to see what works best for you: Square face with leading edge Square face using bounce Open face using bounce back in stance forward in stance shallow angle of attack steep angle etc.
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