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  1. Used so little that it is in new condition. 35" right handed. Jumbo Betti grip. HC never used (I used a 3rd party hc). $350 $old or best offer Shipped. Thanks
  2. 35" Right Handed. Standard specs and stock grip and HC. Used about 3 rounds. Almost impossible to tell from new. Only trades would be for a Bettinardi BB8 W Armageddon (I'll throw in $$) or a Scotty T22 Fastback 1.5 (same, throw in $$) $Sold OBO Thanks - Pic Heavy
  3. Do the limited edition blade headcovers fit Betti mid-mallets like a Queen B or Studio Series 28, or Slotback? Thank you
  4. 2020 SC Squareback 2 35". Used very little. No marks other than just light scuffing on the bottom from usage. I tried a different grip which I didn't like so I put the original back on. As a result, the shaft bad was affected very slightly. Original headcover was never used. I used a third party HC at all times when not in use. $old OBO Also for sale is a TaylorMade M2 22 degree 4 hybrid. Stock everything, regular flex. Sorry no headcover. $60 OBO
  5. On my my to the PUTTNG GREEN. It is the correct model. They have 7 left. Go get em!
  6. I have been searching for weeks. I get close but am always a second too late. Last night I was doing my usual search when I just happened to visit Budget Golf. It showed 2021 Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 putters in stock. I figured it must have been a mistake. I called them this morning and then exchanged a series of emails where I explained my skepticism. I even suggested that they had the 2019 models incorrectly listed with the wrong picture and description. I convinced very nice customer service lady to have the inventory in the warehouse checked. She replied back with the UPC label off of one of the putters in stock. I called Titleist and they verified that they were indeed the 2021 models, 35 inch, right handed. They had 8 in stock. I ordered one that will be here tomorrow. I still won't believe it until I see it but for what its worth, they seem to have them. I will report back tomorrow after my putter arrived. I'll either tell you I'm on my way to the putting green or the post office to return it. Good luck!
  7. MRH 35". Plastic was removed and used a little on the putting green and carpet. Looks NEW. No signs of use. $315 $295 $old or best offer. Shipped! Thanks
  8. Right Hand. 35 inch. All stock. Bought last summer and used for about a half a season. Excellent condition. No longer available. Thanks
  9. I wrote my comments 13 years ago when Callaway mostly used a bore through hosel. No applicable any more.
  10. Looks good but want a second (or third) opinion. Thank you! Thanks Bettinardi Inovai 6.0 Black Friday Limited Edition Putter 35” | eBay
  11. I took both sets out again today. This time real course testing. I hit some fabulous shots with the Callaways. Being 60 I don't generate much club head speed but I hit some 50-60 yrd pitches that stopped absolutely dead. I got to try bunkers and the CBs performed great there too. I even holed one. I'm really torn now.. The CBs are growing on me. Going to take them out again tomorrow. More to come,
  12. I searched for the topic and didn't really see direct side by side comparisons so I thought I would weigh-in. First about me. I am 60 years old and an 8hc. I have never been a traditional wedge fan and quickly got on board the original CBX train a few years ago. I liked them but didn't love them. I was used to playing iron set wedges and felt that while the CBX were certainly more versatile around the greens, they lacked the full shot consistency of an iron set wedge. When CBX2 came out I quickly jumped on them and thought hey had improved the full shot consistency by changing the sole grind on the 54, but they still were not exactly what I wanted. Then I saw the new Callaway Mack Daddy CBs online and rushed to my local shop and had them order a 54 and 58 for me sight unseen except for online. Being a Callaway iron user and developed by Callaway and Roger Cleveland I thought, CAN'T MISS!! Keep reading.... Looks Much more iron set like than the CBX2 except for the full face grooves which I actually like. They are slightly smaller than the CBX2, though you would need to really study them side by side. The MDCBs have a nice wide sole. I much more preferred the sole grind on the MDCBs. They must be chunk proof, right? Read on... Feel About the same. Not iron like but also not bladed wedge like either. Somewhere in between and I can live with that. Performance Spin MDCBs spin a ton. Crisp chips grab like the balls have glue on them. Full shots are pretty close to the same though the CBXs launch slightly higher for me. Now, about my previous comment of chunk proof for the MDCBs. Anything but!! The MDCBs leading edge sits closer to the ground(as advertised) to promote versatility. But it sits so low that it slices into the turf totally negating the wide sole. Some will say its my technique and they may be right to a certain degree but I was carving up beaver pelts with the MDCBs and no where near that with the CBX2s. Some who take normal divots may like that but for me it is a huge fail. Around the greens was about the same. I really had to focus on technique to make sure I didn't decelerate even a little as there was no room for error. Considering who these wedges are for, that again is a huge miss. Needless to say, I am selling the MDCBs and staying with the CBXs until the next great wedge comes out and I'll do it all over again. In the meantime, please ask questions. I am happy to answer. Good luck!
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