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  1. I've had a PXG 0311X 4 iron in the bag for this season and have liked it. Doesn't look quite as good as the old TM UDI's, but it's definitely not offensive looking behind the ball. Fairly versatile, great off the tee and pretty easy to hit off the deck, but I won't hit it out of the rough unless I've got a really good lie. I never got along with the 4 iron from my 0211 set, so this has fit in nicely.
  2. TEE EXS 220 has to be one of, if not the easiest to hit I’ve tried. Can hit it all over the face and get good results. Good off the tee and the turf.
  3. Tempted to give hybrids another try, and have a few shafts with a TM adapter from some old GAPR’s. Was thinking about giving the Sim2 Rescue a shot (not the Max), but wanted to hear from some users what they think about it. Thanks in advance!
  4. I'm figuring that will be Stricker's first mistake.
  5. 1. City, State? Gainesville, VA 2. Handicap? 6.4 3. Current Wedge Set Up? Callaway PM grind 64*, 58* 4. What SMS Wedge Do You Want To Test? C-Grind 58* KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 S 5. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Yep! 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Absolutely!
  6. Does this mean Phil will be back on the US Ryder Cup Team? Or did qualifying end last year? I was looking forward to the first Tiger/Phil-free Ryder Cup.
  7. For the time being, just a 16.5* fairway between my driver and 4-iron. G425 hybrid is tempting me, though, as is the C721.
  8. I'm kinda in the same boat, have never been at the level you were in college, but I was as low as a 3.5 index in my late 20's/early 30's, and am now a 6.6 due to work/marriage/kids keeping me from playing (and more importantly, I think, practicing) anywhere near the amount I could back then. Don't quite have the swing speed you do, but can still get it out there ok. Played forged cavity backs for most of my life, but made the switch to the OG PXG 0211's last year during the Hero Pricing for Everyone. Can't say enough about them, they're pretty easy on the eyes, and are still versatile for i
  9. 6.4 index, and I added a 16.5* TE Exotics EXS 220 this season. Has performed well off the deck and the tee, very forgiving and easy to launch. Assumed that I’d switch out the made for Ventus, but now I don’t want to fix what’s not broken.
  10. Picked up an EXS 16.5* this season, and have really enjoyed it. Even with the made for Ventus, it’s been consistent and easy to hit.
  11. I can carry my 52* wedge 105 pretty confidently. If it's a front or middle pin, I'll hit that from 100 out, unless being above the hole is death. For a back pin, I'll punch a 48* that goes about 90 yards in the air, and will take a few hops forward. I've tried to develop two shots with each of my wedges, a comfortable full swing, and a lower-flying punch that I can use for into the wind shots, and for back pins where I don't want to risk going long. With my 58* and 64*, I've even added in a half swing shot so that I can feel good about being inside of 60 yards from the hole. Those shots h
  12. No, but if I'm not playing the Left Dash, it's the AVX, which feels way softer.
  13. Technically, I suppose, I carry two lob wedges, though I consider my 58* my sand wedge. The addition of the 64* has allowed me to hit aggressive shots, rather than "finessing", or "feathering" shots. My short chipping, pitching, and sand game has improved greatly. I find using my 58 for longer shots has been helpful, as I don't have to manipulate the face as much, and can accelerate through impact more, which helps me make better contact, and impart more spin. Granted, I'm a 20-25 rounds a year guy who has limited practice time, so simplifying my game has really helped. If I had more
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