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Florida Gator

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  1. I’ve played with others in that have different motorized carts, and compared to the others this is the most durable option. I use the club booster with a rovic rv1s and the entire unit assembled is built like a tank. I’ve hit curbs with it, I’ll rub up against curbs accidentally and never a problem. The guys with the Stewart carts that auto follow have a hard time on a few walks between holes with a hilly path with curbs on both sides, looks like bumper cars. For the money, this setup is hard to beat especially how tough these are.
  2. I’m a sweeper, you have a few options. First is my setup to give you an idea on gap spacing: all Vokeys 46-10F, 52-08F, 58M or 58 Low Bounce K, 62M 1. If you have a 46 degree PW you can go 46/50/54/58 for a 4 wedge set or 46/52/58 for a 3 wedge setup. 2. For the 54, you’ll want to go with the S grind, I’m still pi$$ed that Vokey doesn’t have the 54 or 52 M available from Wedgeworks, because that is the best option hands down (my 52 needs replaced). 3. The F grind with the least amount of bounce, 52–08F but it’s going to take a little practice. The sole is a tad wider, so you may feel a little turf drag through impact. If that bothers you (and it bothered me in the summer with firm conditions, you can belt sand or file off a 1/16” ribbon along the trailing edge and the problem goes away. This is real easy to do, PM me with any questions, I can send pics as well. Finally, I’d suggest getting a gap fitting, the fitter can suggest what loft, and make adjustments to what you have to fit the new one in and ensure proper gapping.
  3. Super stroke Pistol GTR 2.0 with a 25 gram counter core weight.
  4. I use a Rovic/club booster as much as possible, and have one bag setup that is a little better suited for the pushcart. If the course is not set up well for using the cart, I’ll carry with a different golf bag that’s down to the basics for carrying.
  5. I’m a big fan of just wiping everything down with a damp cloth and if you need extra cleaning help, mild dish soap is always my go to.
  6. I’ve got to have about 100 rounds on it since last August and no problems at all. Love it, and highly recommend anyone that loves to walk and play to invest in one.
  7. City, State? Northville, MI 1. Handicap? 4.1 2. Current hybrid? Don’t currently carry one. 3. What is important to you in a hybrid? Consistency, but with flexibility on the course- ie- green side shots, tee shots, fairways, rough and the occasional cart path. 4. Why do you want to review the Cobra KING Tec Hybrid? Passively in the market and am interested to see the difference in hybrids now versus 4 years ago when I used to carry one.5. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Absolutely!
  8. 1. Northville, MI 2. 4.1 3. TM M2Tour 3HL 4. I currently don’t carry a hybrid, and I sometimes tend to pull the FW. Need to fill the 230-240 yard gap. 5. Absolutely
  9. I fit all 14 in this bag with a SS Pistol GT2.0, and NDMC Jumbo grips with 4 wraps with no issues. Clubs pull easier with this than my old Hoofer.
  10. 1. Must subscribe to Club Champion's YouTube- Done 2. Search for your local Club Champion location- Done 3. What Club Champion location would you get fit at? Royal Oak, MI 4. Have you been fit for clubs before? Yes 5. What part of your bag could use a fitting? Driver/FW/Hybrid thanks!
  11. I like the Prizm G30 (standard golf) for my sunglasses. Just had my Rx pair of Oakley Crossfires delivered a week ago, first round with them is today. For the last several years, I’ve worn Maui Jim with the bronze lenses, I don’t like them too dark and prefer to see more light for better contrast. We shall see if the RX -air is the way to go, I hate contacts, so it’s been a few years and the vision is slowly degrading which is normal. for what it’s worth, I can see blades of grass again, which is cool!
  12. Carl’s Golfland has them in stock, unless you want Titleist to embroider your club logo on it, I’d call Carl’s. Your club may also have a local embroidery shop that could get the ball pocket done. May help you get it sooner.
  13. 1. City and State? - Northville, MI 2. Handicap? - 4 3. Current irons? - Mizuno MP-5 4. Current Iron Shafts? Aldila RIP Tour 115S 5. What weight KBS PGI shafts would you like to test? (50G-100G). - 100 Gram X-stiff 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? - absolutely, I’ll also get the gaps worked out on trackman to compare to my last fitting in March for the annual loft/lie check.
  14. It’s just plain paper and hand written with an orange and a blue sharpie.
  15. Haven’t heard that word used since the last time I watched the Big Lebowski.
  16. 2021 Black Flextech Light- new with tags- $175. Sweet bag, I may have to order one from my club without any other logos. Bottle holder actually holds a water bottle people use (ie yeti, hydroflask etc.). M5 Tour 9 degree 440cc driver head and cover- gone. obo (used for a season- pics are accurate of condition) M5 Rocket 3 wood head and cover- $150 obo (used 2 rounds and a fitting session) PM me with questions, offers or if you would like any additional pics. Asking prices include postage/shipping CONUS.
  17. Same here, I could walk you through as well. If you really enjoy tinkering, it’s easy and doesn’t feel like work at all.
  18. Look up how to take your 5.5 apart, strip the paint and have at it. If you screw up, it’s easy to fix, either CLR to strip the heat oxidized stainless or spot heat it with a torch (or heat gun) to even it out. After that, repaint how every you want and reinstall the shaft. plan B would be to fire it off to BOS Golf: https://bosgolf.com/finishes-and-prices The misted or satin Fools Gold is what you’re after. They restored and refinished for Scotty Cameron’s custom shop until one of the owner’s kids got caught knocking off tour putters with some stolen tour stamps.
  19. That is an easy finish to achieve with stainless. Should only need to heat the head up to around 500-550 degrees to get it done. It’s definitely a DIY possible project depending on who is doing it.
  20. The stock shaft is a .395’ Nippon putter shaft. They are a pain in the Word not allowed to find right now.
  21. The T22 is a stainless head with an insert, the original is carbon steel.
  22. I’ve used the Linksmaster on a cart, material is more durable than the Vessel, no problems there. I use NDMC jumbo grips with 4+ wraps, no issues with either bag.
  23. I’m using a 70g 6.5 RDX Black with 2” of tipping in a 44.75” SIM 2 set at 6.5 degrees. The head is so forgiving it lets me damn near swing out of my shoes and the RDX feels great. Nice feeling through release, nothing too whippy or loose, just a consistent solid feel.
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