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  1. 1. City and State? Wichita, KS 2. Handicap? 2 3. What ZX ball do you want to test? ZStar XV 3. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Yes 4. Current golf ball? Titleist ProV1 5. What do you look for when buying a new golf ball? I am in windy Kansas. I look for a ball good in the wind that performs around the green. 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Absolutely.
  2. Excess solvent + funnel = Reuse everytime.
  3. Iomic USA is easy to find and order from. I find they last way better than any Golf Pride grip that I have used in the past.
  4. The fake Iomics are slicker than the real ones. They are a little more harsh on the hands as well at first, though when they wear, they are fine. Overall, they are not terrible and will last for a few seasons. They are just not as good as the originals.
  5. At the end of the day, does it have the top configuration/dividers you like? Does it have the pockets arranged like you want? Do you like the color? If it meets these criteria, you are good to go.
  6. My TR20v's are as solid as any club I have hit in a long time. Forgiving for a CB blade. Very soft. Minimal offset. Was fit by a Honma fitter and had a really good experience. Feel is subjective, performance is not. Can work these babies both ways. They flat out perform for me. I like the matching gap wedge a lot! The Honma irons are stronger lofted -- so take that into consideration. I find they launch a little lower than my T100s irons too. Very pleased with my purchase. Historically, I found the Srixon irons a little clanky. Have not hit them in the las
  7. Been playing them for years. Most versatile lob wedge our there. Concur with previous posts. You won't be disappointed.
  8. Zero off-set Scratch AR-1 irons get my vote. Hands down best iron I ever played.
  9. I struggled with hitting a 3 wood off the deck for decades. Could never get the correct height of flight. I tried the Ping G400 at demo day 2 years ago. It was wow at first hit. Now, hitting my 3 wood off the deck is now one of my favorite shots. Purchased a 5 wood as well. Pings are the easiest to hit off the deck IMHO. Anxious to try the new G425.
  10. No pre-worn leading edge (i.e., leading edge relief). The Titleist T100s does.
  11. WAM, both sets are fairly low bounce, so do your specs research to make sure there is enough bounce for you. Camber is somewhat subjective, so I will get some comparison pictures for you. Both sets of irons are at my club, so it won't be until the weekend. Here are a couple of pictures of the TR20V sole from the Honma Website.
  12. Actually, I have a set of both . . . long story. I have different shafts in them, but they perform similarly. The Honmas are definitely softer from a feel standpoint and maybe just a bit more forgiving. Very easy to work both ways. The T100s go higher with the shaft combo I have in them. T100s have less offset (which is more pleasing to my eyes). The T100s have a little leading sole relief, where the Honmas are fairly flat on the sole. Good turf interaction with both. Similar distance with both irons. I do not think you can go wrong with either. Morale to the story, never
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