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SPY ZINGER

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  1. For me the wides were a half size too large and reordered a half size smaller.
  2. > @MattyO1984 said: > Definitely looks cool. It was a shame that his time working with Titleist didn’t really produce much in terms of output. That was a Titleist problem...
  3. > @ezimman said: > Saying JP "released" these 'Premier' wedges is a bit misleading. Every picture of the Premier wedges ends with some version of "TBD if and when available". > > So, that begs the question how did you get one and what did it set you back? I reached out and asked if I could purchase one. The cost was worth it... ?
  4. > @dxdgenert said: > > @"SPY ZINGER" said: > > Ha! Yes it was an abrupt end here this season. > > > > Dx...are you heading anywhere this winter? > > Yes, the family goes to Destin, FL every year so I’ll get 3 rounds in. Other than that, I have a Skytrak simulator setup in the garage that I hit on a few times a week. Sprinkle in some TopGolf and I manage to get some swings in. You? Nothing 100% on golf but have two trips to Phoenix booked.
  5. Ha! Yes it was an abrupt end here this season. Dx...are you heading anywhere this winter?
  6. > @dxdgenert said: > > @"SPY ZINGER" said: > > Thanks guys, the wedge is constructed from a Forged carbon steel body, internal and external tungsten weighting, titanium back plate (black PVD). His wedges do have a similar general overall shape to them yes. If he were still with Titleist I imagine this would be the next generation to that wedge as it is a progression from that design but incorporating the old style visible external tungsten weights. Yes, I’ll be gaming this next season, unfortunately in Minneapolis, the season is pretty much wrapped > > Up for me until
  7. Thanks guys, the wedge is constructed from a Forged carbon steel body, internal and external tungsten weighting, titanium back plate (black PVD). His wedges do have a similar general overall shape to them yes. If he were still with Titleist I imagine this would be the next generation to that wedge as it is a progression from that design but incorporating the old style visible external tungsten weights. Yes, I’ll be gaming this next season, unfortunately in Minneapolis, the season is pretty much wrapped Up for me until April.
  8. If you follow @jpgolfco on Instagram he released the Premier or concept wedge today. Billed as golf’s most expensive wedge to make. I am told there are only about 30 or so prototypes in the world and really wanted to get one of these so I bought the 58 before it was too late. JP is a good friend and I have owned all of his designs. I know this isn’t for everyone but just wanted to share. Two of the pics are in hand and the rest were taken at his new studio.
  9. John Green - GG Woodbury Brent Snyder / Peter Maki- Troy Burne (Winter lessons at Goodrich Golf Dome)
  10. How can I come into money too!?
  11. Sean is the kind of guy that will give a nobody the time of day and treat them like they’re the most important person in the room. One of the best in this game.
  12. Artisan definitely starts w a block not a premilled blank. Thanks Ari, so is everything done from start to finish, CNC, and hand shaping all right in the Fort Worth facility?
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