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  1. I will preface this without having hit the MMT but I have great interest in them as well. However, I do have the F5 prototypes and they are quite stout and feel more linear, like a PX 6.5 (which I have historically preferred.) Due to the age of the F5 proto’s (they aren’t still a current product, are they?) and your location you may well be better off to go with the MMT’s. The reviews have been glowing and many have said they are a very close comparison to the X1’s.
  2. At the end of the day, it may just not be a good fit. I have a tipped 6x and hate it. Sometimes it’s great, others not. Consistency, for me is not there. Almost snapped it and then realized I should probably pass it along. (No BK flex was involved.)
  3. I was under the impression that the custom shop didn’t do an authentic refinish to oil cans and TeI’s. That they would refinish in pro platinum? Either way, looks wonderful.
  4. Previously off +2 but now a 0. ‘86 Tour Models 714 MB’s soon to be 681’s. Sometimes I play with persimmon. It’s doesn’t really matter what’s in my bag, I’ll try to beat you with whatever I have in mine.
  5. I ordered a WW Low bounce K and even with the 4-6 week delivery quote I received it in 3. Perhaps they are being conservative in their delievery times.
  6. I play a lot of golf with 86-90 Tour Models, 4-P (49*.) Lots of Fun. To compliment previous statements about sharp edges, less bounce etc, I think that for me they battle some bad habits that sometimes creep in, mostly ball too far back and steep etc. plus, there really isn’t any faking it with these.
  7. Scott Stallings and Cameron Smith maybe? Definitely seen a video WITB of Stallings with $-Taper; Smith used them before, not sure anymore.
  8. Have seen lots of Kai’li ‘s on eBay for cheap over the years. Bought a new uncut 80x for my 5 wood a year ago for $60 shipped. Hard to beat that.
  9. I briefly looked into this and from what I could tell is this: wedge head secured to anvil via double sided tape tape the surface being hammered to prevent slippage hold rounded side of ball peen hammer to wedge strike back of ball peen with hammer or 3/4 lb mallet I am sure there is more necessary to get that mirrored look etc, but this should get you that rough turtle shell look.
  10. 3 options ‘86 Tour Models: 37 714 MB: 36 MP-33’s: 36
  11. I am currently playing a set of Titleist Tour Models, 86-90, with recoil 125’s. They are a lot of fun, yes, the lofts are traditional and I had to learn the situations in which the ball might seriously jump or go nowhere. But, chipping 9 irons from 118 or hooking 6 irons from 172 has reintroduced an element that I have not considered for a long time.
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