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  1. @Howard_Jones Hate to have to ask this because I feel like I know the answer but want to be sure before I order a few shafts to redo my wedges with. Playing AMT White X100's in my irons and DG TI S400's in my wedges. Would I go to X7 9i length and tip trim 3/8" because I play X in my irons? It seems like we are basing this all off of what your current iron setup is, and not your wedge shaft setup. Sorry to be a pain.
  2. Pretty sure it is dead based on a few recent inquiries I've made with my rep regarding them. Probably time for a replacement to come out in the spring of 2022.
  3. If you plan on travelling thru Jackson, MS, shoot me a DM. I'll set you up at a nice private club.
  4. Ping just raised the prices of all of their clubs, including MSRP on items already in stock. Expect to see this from almost every manufacturer over the next year. Shipping is currently going thru the roof and the costs associated with it will be passed along to the consumer.
  5. If you had 48 hours to wait for a response, you could've waited on hold with FedEx for 15 minutes and already had your answer. Also, if you had time to post here about this issue and respond to every poster on this thread, you definitely had time to put your phone on speaker and wait for an answer form FedEx.
  6. This is not an issue with William Murray Golf. Your issue is with FedEx. Call FedEx with your tracking number and ask them what the delay in delivery is. By calling WM Golf, you are asking them to call FedEx for you which is just causing more delay in any actual information that you are looking for. I promise you that it will be easier for you to get an answer directly from FedEx.
  7. I really like what Monte does so purchasing his videos would be a good place to start. But, as several other posters have said, grip and setup are key. I believe Butch Harmon once said, "If you don't have a good grip, you don't want a good golf swing," or something to that effect. Setup to me is one of the most important things you can be taught to do correctly. If you don't set up to the ball correctly, compensations have to be made to get to impact in a good position. focus on these two things and subscribe to Monty's videos, and you'll be in a good spot.
  8. 1. Join SuperStroke Nation HERE. Done 2. Did you join SuperStroke Nation? Yes. 3. What SuperStroke Traxion club grips do you want to win? Traxion Tour Standard in White/Red/Gray 4. What SuperStroke Traxion putter grip do you want to win? Pistol GT Tour in Red/White
  9. If your course's superintendent wants the players on the range to do anything other than linear divot patterns, it's time for your club to look for a new superintendent.
  10. Been several years since I've played either Philly Cricket Club Course. This is the Wissahickon course right? I know there are 2, Wissahickon is the original and then there's the Militia Hills course.
  11. Smash factor and carry were better with T100. My guess is that's why they leaned that way for you, despite the consistency being a bit worse. I'd love to know what many ball numbers were omitted, even though it was an indoor fitting. I see launch angle and ball speed, but I love to know what my height, spin and land angles are. Again, I know these would be calculated because of the style of fitting, but basing a decision off of a calculated carry and not including any of the other ball numbers seems odd to me. The T100 looks to launch lower that the MB, so I'd like to see the rest of the data before I made a decision. Distance is important, but stopping power is big too.
  12. I have an 18* Apex UT from this year. PX Smoke 6.5 80g in it. PM me if you want it cheap.
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