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  1. Interested in new Forged model also, thinking combo set with these!!!!
  2. So far the MMT 125TX in irons and wedges has been straighter than Steel ever was in anything and yes, less fatigue, at the end of the round. Rumors of 120-125 S are swirling around right now. But may put 105TX at 113 grams into the next set I shaft up...getting old...lol. My big test was the wedges and I can still do anything with a wedge I used to do with steel and get all the great feedback this shaft offers and flighting that I really like on partial shots.
  3. Best option is to get on a SAM Putt Lab and see what your ARC and ROTATION are, how they work together dictate a more informed choice of Toe Hang, Style of putter and grip size based on how consistent your rotation is. Everyone has some ARC and some rotation, if anyone tries to manage those two by manipulation of the natural stroke it is just some inconsistent band-aids. Take my stroke, 'Slight Arc' with 'Increased Rotation'...some will see slight ARC and go Face Balanced, but what it really means is my hands are rotating the face off the ARC and need a putter that demands my rotation,
  4. Loving the Epic Flash SZ right now, so testing both that and the Mavrik will be upcoming as soon as heads arrive. Having seen all the Mavrik models in hand, no one should be surprised to see a similar top shape to the EF line, with the addition of the Draw model, a la Rogue Draw, but with better adjustability. Crowns are very similar to EF/Rogue line overall. No pics I have seen compare to in-hand, just sayin. Mavrik SZ looks like a BEAST at address, in the manner of POUND THE ($*#)$# OUT OF IT -- Beast! Standard looks, well, easier to hit, but very solid. The top is nothing like the 'Co
  5. So far all of my testing and play as produced better results in both sets that I have shafted up...the Epon AF-305 and Apex Pro Dot heads. Also in both the Cobra Tour wedges and MD5s the results have been great. Whereas cost is ALWAYS a factor, it really comes down to performance when testing in the end. IF there is a steel shaft that works as good and feels as efficient, by all means, stay on budget! For those that absolutely need the slightly softer feel, load, impact-less-jarring of the graphite then these are worth a try. 8+ rounds in now and still haven't found a 'con' in the perform
  6. > @J13 said: > > @noodle3872 said: > > > @ian-500 said: > > > Come on lads and lassies, surely someone can compare OT Tour and MMT? From what I've read, OT Tour is a blueboard profile, and MMT more whiteboard? > > > > I wouldn’t say the OT Tour nor Thump iron or even the MMT is the flagship ron shaft. They are all super high quality irons shaft using a different construction method. The OT Tour uses Tow prepreg, Thump uses traditional sheet prepreg and MMT uses sheet prepreg with metal mesh added. Each is a premium product however they will have dis
  7. > @ian-500 said: > I may have asked before (can't remember!) but has anyone compared these to the OT Tour iron shafts? OTI, not having the MMT Metal Mesh in the tip feel a bit lighter thru the middle of the shaft, if you know what I mean. Compared the 90 MMT S and the OTI 95 S and there is just a lack of feel/to me/with the OTI compared to the MMT, can feel the head more in the MMT and ball flight a bit lower traj in the MMT also...not in bad way, just say a bit lower, but MMT was higher than steel.
  8. Got another round in and outside of me not making a great turn on the irons, they were a bit left today, but straight(no curvature) and pin high!! LOL! Trajectory was great as usual and the distance was right on my normal yardages. I have gotten so comfortable with the MMT's that I don't even think about the shaft at all any more. I am still feeling less fatigue after the rounds and still haven't found a 'con' about these iron shafts. They keep performing as expected in irons and wedges consistently. Nice to hear about others starting to test them more, they are going to be an option fo
  9. > @noodle3872 said: > When I was talking to Jordan from Mitsubishi, he commented how the MMT’s feel unlike other graphite iron shafts. He said for him its the stability in the lower third of the shaft where the metal mesh is positioned where other ****graphite shafts he has used feel hollow in comparison****. My interpretation of Jordan’s comment is the shaft has a dense feel at contact that mirrors a high quality steel iron shaft but with the dampening benefits of graphite. Prior to using the OTh shafts, I use to play DG S300 in my hybrid. If the MMT’s marry the best of steel with the
  10. Got another round in today with the Epons and Cobra MMT combo. Shot well and wedges were on point and irons were SOOO GOOD!! Again, cannot explain the feel except that at NO POINT do I feel the lack of a steel shaft is ever an issue with the performance of the club and the ball flies straighter, goes the same distances, spins the same, holds the greens, checks hard when I hit those shots, etc etc etc. I do feel quite a bit less fatigue after the round with the MMT's and still have yet to find any cons, not even one, with the shafts. I ordered another set of shafts for the MD5 wedges now
  11. > @J13 said: > > @noodle3872 said: > > I spent some time on the phone with Jordan from Mitsubishi. Based on the feedback Jordan gave me, I’m going to try the MMT .370 tip in my hybrid. I’m told it should launch a touch higher than the equivalent weight OTh with a hair more spin and tighter feel. I also called Nippon about their G.O.S.T. Hybrid shaft. While it follows the Modus 105 bend profile in equivalent flex, the hybrid shaft will launch lower and spin less than the 105. > > Makes sense and interesting about the Nippon. And one thing I learned a long time ago wa
  12. > @Pepperturbo said: > > @racmbs said: > > > @"Dscvrr St Louis" said: > > > > @Z1ggy16 said: > > > > > @"Dscvrr St Louis" said: > > > > > > @Z1ggy16 said: > > > > > > Do you guys know if places like True Spec carry full sets to actually get fit with? I'm dying to try these in wedges but I'm a lot more likely to soft step these so not sure if 8 and 9i shafts would be available to actually see numbers. I take a lot of partial shots with the LW and SW, so I worry the actual PW shaft could be a little too stiff
  13. > @J13 said: > > @racmbs said: > > > @"Dscvrr St Louis" said: > > > > @Z1ggy16 said: > > > > > @"Dscvrr St Louis" said: > > > > > > @Z1ggy16 said: > > > > > > Do you guys know if places like True Spec carry full sets to actually get fit with? I'm dying to try these in wedges but I'm a lot more likely to soft step these so not sure if 8 and 9i shafts would be available to actually see numbers. I take a lot of partial shots with the LW and SW, so I worry the actual PW shaft could be a little too stiff for thes
  14. > @Z1ggy16 said: > > @"Dscvrr St Louis" said: > > > @Z1ggy16 said: > > > > @"Dscvrr St Louis" said: > > > > > @Z1ggy16 said: > > > > > > @"Dscvrr St Louis" said: > > > > > > > @Z1ggy16 said: > > > > > > > Do you guys know if places like True Spec carry full sets to actually get fit with? I'm dying to try these in wedges but I'm a lot more likely to soft step these so not sure if 8 and 9i shafts would be available to actually see numbers. I take a lot of partial shots with the LW and
  15. > @Z1ggy16 said: > > @"Dscvrr St Louis" said: > > > @Z1ggy16 said: > > > > @"Dscvrr St Louis" said: > > > > > @Z1ggy16 said: > > > > > Do you guys know if places like True Spec carry full sets to actually get fit with? I'm dying to try these in wedges but I'm a lot more likely to soft step these so not sure if 8 and 9i shafts would be available to actually see numbers. I take a lot of partial shots with the LW and SW, so I worry the actual PW shaft could be a little too stiff for these swings. > > > > > > &g
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