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  1. @blev2 it’s as solid of feeling putter I’ve ever felt! The rare comment is for the BST forum specifically. Rolled into the JT and mallet just works for me
  2. Well if it doesn't go on here I may have to re-try it out haha! The orange line has the MR70 reinforced tip section not the boron- from the website it is states its their strongest carbon fiber to date
  3. The putters are very rare- yes run out of the old Oven in Fort Worth and are so awesome! Driver shafts are great but have settled in the tensei pro 60tx and love it. Honestly can’t say anything bad about the others just fit better with the 60tx
  4. First up is my Artisan 0217 saddleback bumper blade- this thing is money but off to a mallet for me, all prices shipped $sold Carbon Body Oxidado(Rusty) finish Single dot sightline Deep milled 34.5" 70 lie angle 3 or 4 degree loft (slipping my mind) 3 different weight sets included- 20g each, 15g each and 7g(10g weights drilled out to 7 each) 2 head cover (one personalized with Bryce), will talk about including a TBC headcover if needed Grip- current is brand new Iomic I-classic mid-pistol (If you want I will put one either fl
  5. Had both of these about a month ago x hs- felt like the regular x from a feel stand point. Had the soft mid section you get with the 120x however didn't bring my flight down enough and I couldn't get used to the mid section. tx- thought I liked them....felt stout and nothing like the 120x but then I tried x7 and x100 hs and I couldn't go back to these. Felt too boardy and just odd. The 120 hs weren't bad if you're still looking for the modus feel. I may be wrong but I didn't feel the smooth modus profile with the tx's
  6. I’ve used a Tensei Orange pro for the last 3 years and its been awesome. I will say you need to add head weight in order to feel the face of the club, when I first switched I lost the feeling around the club face due to the kick point. As long as you take that into account, counterbalanced shafts can feel great.
  7. Thanks @Stuart_G You are correct on the bullet style weight and this one must have been removed. Should I add the tip weight like normal in the tip of the shaft or flip the weight over and add it similar to the bullet weights in the other heads?
  8. reshafting a combo set of p730’s (7-W)and p750’s (3-6) when cleaning out the hosel’s I came to find out whoever owned them before bored out the 6 iron to where the head is 3g LIGHTER than the 5 iron head. 5-261.7 6- 258.8 7- 271.5 here is the question: what would be the downside of adding the weight back in the form of a tip weight? 6 or 8g, is that too much? do I need to get a new head to keep weight progression? Thanks, Scott
  9. ? so a solid maybe ?...in all seriousness thanks!
  10. Howard, I was fitted to a 70tx Tensei Orange Pro and x7's as well. I love the Tensei but was thinking of dropping to a 60tx in weight- based on this comment should I say in the 70g?
  11. @Golf pride just started selling these on their website in the “tour van” section
  12. So happy these are back! Put them on immediately
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