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  1. Thanks, I appreciate the heads up. I'm on the forums periodically, but not enough to see examples. I guess we'll find out.
  2. Not sure I follow . . . If I want to contribute to a conversation, I have to do it with words only and can't use a video to communicate?
  3. I just posted a review of the 2021 Callaway X Forged UT to my YouTube channel. Review includes live shots with launch numbers. If you've hit any of the UT irons of the last few years, you know they have that "hot" clicky feel that comes with a hollow body construction club. Not the new X Forged UT, it has a very solid "crack" at impact and feels great! Check out the video and let me know what you think!
  4. My review of the Callaway X Forged UT is on YouTube. Let me know if you found it helpful!
  5. I'm gaming the new '21 Callaway X Forged UT. The feel is greatly improved and now feels like a players iron should. Has a very nice "crack" at contact and no more of the clicky feel of a hollow body! I just posted a review on my YouTube channel, check it out!
  6. The new Callaway X Forged UT is the best feeling one I’ve hit. It has more of a “crack” at impact compared to the “clicks” feel of others. I have a review coming soon.
  7. Thanks for checking it out! Yes, spin numbers are a little high. I was using the Flightscope Mevo with metallic dots on the ball. Some of the reads were probably accurate, but not consistent enough to place a lot of value on the spin numbers. When I hit the same club indoors on the GCQuad, my spin numbers are around 6,800 rpm.
  8. Thanks for checking it out! Yep, I had Dynamic Gold X7 in both clubs. There wasn’t a huge difference in feel, though the new irons do feel/sound a bit quieter or softer.
  9. I know everyone is busy checking out the new Callaway Drivers today, but I've been working on this for a few weeks and wanted to share! Check out this review of the 2021 Callaway X Forged CB irons and how they compare with the 2018 X Forged. I'd love to hear your feedback either on the YouTube video or here. Enjoy!
  10. You have a super strong grip (right hand underneath the shaft). If you want a more neutral club face that allows you to hit your natural shot (draw) and but still hold off and hit a straight to fade, you need to weaken your grip. Just get your right hand a little more on top of the club.
  11. **First up is the Odyssey Stroke Lab Marxman S putter. It's in very good condition! (SOLD)** * Purchased in April 2019 * Been in and out of the bag since then * 35" length * $15 shipping **Next Up is the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero ($200)** Following Details are directly from order placed with Callaway (5/11/2018 order date). * Grip: Golf Pride - New Dec Plus 4 Grey MID (66g) * Wraps: Standard * Length: Standard * Shaft Type: Project X HZRDUS Black 75 (HANDCRAFTED) Graphite * Shaft Flex: XStiff * Shaft Material: Graphite * Hand: Right * Club: Driver * Loft: 9° * Gender: Mens *
  12. I'm definitely seeing a lot more of the "Bryson" swing out there recently. Can't say it's been an improvement.
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