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  1. 1. City, State? Madison, MS 2. Handicap? 0.4 3. Current Wedge Set Up? MD 5 Tour Grey 60-12D 4. What SMS Wedge Do You Want To Test? SMS T-Grind 60* 5. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Absolutely. 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Of course.
  2. He also shot 58 in a tournament, albeit a par 70, and won a Fedex Cup.
  3. Sun Mountain's Collegiate stand bags have almost no visible logos.
  4. I'd liken comparing shafts that way to comparing two sports cars online without test driving them. Specs can be very similar but performance in different aspects can vary a good bit. That being said, if there isn't somewhere that you can test the shafts, then order whichever one you think will be best. If it doesn't work, flip it on the BST here. Or order both, test them and let go of the one that doesn't work on the BST here.
  5. I don't really understand what the OP is asking for, but I think I've found it. No putter can make you square to what you believe to be the start line. They are not sentient. You pick the start line and align the putter and then align your body. SeeMore and the others mentioned allow you to make sure that once you've aligned the putter, you can have your body square to the club each time. I can almost guarantee that any more aid with alignment would be non-conforming. You could always buy one of those putters that stands up by itself and align it to your liking and then set up to that.
  6. No erasing done with scoring? Never made a mistake when writing down your opponent's score and had to erase at some point when you review it with them?
  7. It doesn't surprise me that anything sold out last year. It was hard to get enough of anything. I do $100k in my shop in PM a year and last year was very difficult to get anything from them because they had very limited runs of colors and patterns. My thought was, if the collaboration was so successful and they were looking for a long-time partner, they'd have done PM again this year. So, it sounds to me like they may just do limited runs each year.
  8. Will not be. Have been ordering them for members here and only available were white, either personalized or with the same play number, not both.
  9. They tried this with Peter Millar and apparently it didn't last. Wonder if they are searching for a long-term partner for apparel or if they are just going to do limited runs with a different company each year.
  10. I have tried it myself and I have helped some of my members try it out. I will say, the spin numbers were very good in most cases. I am considering putting the Cobra tip on one of my shafts, either Ventus Black or Atmos Black TS, to give it a serious go since I have both of mine tipped. I don't see it being a bad option for myself and I hit up on the ball a good bit, and I've fit a few people who hit down on it and they still got good numbers. I'll compare it to my Callaway Max LS as soon as I get them both in play.
  11. The lead times on the heads are not bad at all. Based on what you were quoted, I'd call to see which component was backordered. If it's shaft or grip, you know your choices.
  12. I ordered a set of TM p770's Feb 3rd for a member. Initially quoted March 9th ship date, has been pushed to April 21. Shafts and grips are in stock, heads are backordered. PING is currently quoting 16 weeks for orders. I work at a green-grass facility and my friend runs a very large specialty shop, quote times are the same. Another member asked me to order a full set for his wife at the end of February, was quoted July 16 ship date from TM so tried Callaway and April 19th is the date. Stuff is delayed. I haven't heard of February to August but I'd definitely ask your fitters to cal
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