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  1. No problem. I played the left dash for a month or so and it did what I wanted it to (take some spin off wedges) but almost too much. Those 30-40 yard spinners were near impossible as well.
  2. I took my Mevo out on the course and tested the left dash against the ProV and found similar things to TXG. It does a great job of taking spin off, but too much for me on those shots from 50y and in. I'm going to be switching back to a higher spin ball for better short game control. Driver had a couple of obvious misreads on spin so I won't include the driver numbers (I find this typical for Mevo when hitting driver). Ball speed for all were in the 165-168mph range. They're pretty close off the tee but left dash can definitely bump ball speed up a little. Biggest difference is wedg
  3. I know a couple of guys that use antiperspirant for their hands during the humid months and they swear buy it. Put it on, let it dry, then wear a glove or don't. There are a ton of kinds but Dry Hands seems like a popular choice.
  4. I think they're staying just not in this catalog for some reason. No updates to them though.
  5. I played the Tour BX for the last couple of years and switched maybe 6 weeks ago to the left dash. It's unlike any other ball I've tested. I'm not a real high spin guy, my irons are all in the right sort of spin windows. I put it in play mainly for full swing wedges, my club has fast greens but they're on the soft side, so I was having to really try to knock spin off wedges to keep them from ripping back. This ball still stops really quick regardless of club due to a higher peak height. My concerns were that fliers out of the rough would be made even worse with the additional drop
  6. Well this could be an expensive spring
  7. The Players 4 looks mostly the same but the small pocket on the side is moved above the apparel pocket instead of on the side of it. Couple of different color options but nothing out of the ordinary.
  8. Didn't he test that at the British last year too because of the slower greens?
  9. Got my 270s today and I think they fit closer to size than the ZIT dio I'm quite impressed with the fit and comfort overall, but can see that some might think they're a little snug. The only concern I have is that they're quite high off the ground so that may be a little weird if I don't wear them a lot. They do look awesome though! Side note: I had some luck stretching out my ZIT with some shoe trees. Just left them in there for a week or so and that did the trick. I hated them the first few rounds but find them really comfortable now.
  10. Ya the Srixon long irons are strong, which is why I only have the 4 iron - it more or less functions as a 3.5 iron for me haha. They launch pretty high for a players cavity but the rest of my setup are closer to traditional lofts in the Miura MC501s. If I played my lofts 2 weak like your setup then I'd hit the ball to the moon with to much spin and be (even more) useless on really windy days!
  11. I've found similar as others comparing the 2020 BX and the previous generation. Softer feel, more spin from the 75y and in area. That said, I've found that the ball is much less impacted by the wind. The previous generation was great in the wind, but the 2020 BX has gone deep on a bunch of iron shots into the wind. Crosswind is similar, but man it goes right through the wind on a flighted iron. Something to adjust to for sure.
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