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  1. My guess is B. Visually looks like A, so I'll go with B since TaylorMade has wanted to prove that how far the paint goes down from the crown can affect how the face looks and hide any additional bulge/roll from Twist face.
  2. Here's a fun thread. Ignoring the absurdly overpriced Scotty Cameron headcovers, what are some of the coolest putter headcovers you've seen for either blade or mallet putters? It can include branded covers or from golf courses. For me, some of the coolest I've seen thus far are the Odyssey Drain, Odyssey Buckets, Odyssey Bombs, Odyssey No 3 Jacks, TaylorMade Delivery Time (pizza), TaylorMade Half & Half (Arnold Palmer drink), and the headcovers from Pacific Dunes (with dolphins).
  3. The TV Cord BCT should technically have a little bit more vibration dampening than the Z Cord since I think the actual Tour Velvet compound is a bit softer and more shock absorbent. In actual use, I did find the TV cord to be less harsh than the Z cord, but it wasn't a huge difference in my opinion.
  4. I most prefer the old Tour Velvet Cords, before they went to the BCT (Brushed Cotton Technology) design. I even hoarded one set's worth of Titleist branded versions of the old TV cords. However, the BCT TV cords are still really good and my favorite of the current cord grips. They're not quite as durable as the old ones, but offer slightly more tack. Z cords are probably my second favorite. They're closer to the old TV cords, but can be pretty rough on the hands. I'm personally not a big fan of the MCC, since the lower rubber part can tend to get slick much quicker than the cord portion. Also
  5. Thanks a bunch! This was exactly the info I was looking for. A follow-up question is how the Dual Core version of the XM (DC TX) compares to the regular XM. Is it just simply a slightly lower version? And how does the DC TX compare to the regular DC?
  6. Are you referring to these two? I'm still a bit confused. I also noticed the Kuro Kage XM doesn't show up on Mitsubishi Rayon's website if you search their shafts, only if you directly click on the link from a Google search.https://www.mca-golf.com/products/xm-0https://www.mca-golf.com/products/silver-dual-core-tini
  7. Phew, coming back to this thread a few days short of 10 years from the day it started. I figured I'd add some more to this list now that a full decade has passed - and it's become more of a comprehensive list of blades, rather than a short list of best blades. If I had to choose a shorter list of the best blade irons (that I've also been able to have a good amount of experience with hitting), I think I'd say Miura MB-001, Mizuno MP 14, Mizuno MP 33, Nike VR TW, Taylormade MB TP, and Titleist 681. Adams MB2 (previous gamer set) Callaway X Prototype AKA Razr MB Fourteen FH-1000 Miura MB-001 (
  8. I've tried doing some research on the Kuro Kage Proto TiNi 2013 shaft, but there isn't a lot of literature out there on it. I was fit in 2014 by Club Champion for the 70X version of the KK Proto shaft (before TiNi was added to other Kuro Kage shafts) in a 10.5-11* driver head. As far as I understand, it's a relatively rare and exclusive shaft, which seemed cool at first but honestly just makes it harder to find replacements. I believe it's much closer to the Kuro Kage Black profile with more of a mid launch, mid/low spin as compared to the ubiquitous low launch/low spin Kuro Kage Silver, whic
  9. Fourteen FH-1000 heads 4-PW. Pictures are 4-PW from top-to-bottom and left-to-right. 8 iron has the most wear. $400 OBO plus shipping. Please see photos attached below. Thanks!
  10. Fourteen FH-1000 heads 4-PW. Pictures are 4-PW from top-to-bottom and left-to-right. 8 iron has the most wear. ~~$420~~ $400 OBO plus shipping
  11. Quick sale here. Flowerband Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana Whiteboard 73X with older TaylorMade tip. Plays approximately 45.5" in a driver. Gripped with a standard 360 degree TaylorMade Tour Velvet. Has a very minor scratch and abrasion in the paint, as shown in the pictures, but does not affect playability at all. $70
  12. Flowerband Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana Whiteboard 73X driver shaft with older TaylorMade tip. Plays about 45.5" long. Minor abrasion on the shaft as shown in pictures, but doesn't affect playability. $70 OBO
  13. Adams 3446-F Tour Issue Prototype 16* 3 wood. Shafted with Project X-8A2 (82 grams, extra stiff) with original proto graphics and GP Tour Velvet Cord. Comes with Adams Speedline headcover The topline and face are in pretty good shape (that's just missing paint, not rust on the face). However, I was previously an idiot and nicked up the toe area. It's not really visible at address since it's more on the side, but just wanted to give full disclosure. Additionally, I'll throw in an Adams Speedline Prototype 9033HF 15* 3 wood head for free (unless you want to buy it separately). I can also inc
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