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  1. Tour Edge CBX, like a controlled Epic Flash Or Callaway X Hot Deep
  2. I play the OG Callaway Deep and a TEE 3 wood If i need to hit the ball on a rope, the OG Deep is the only club I trust.
  3. I played pretty much every wedge setup. 46-50-54-58-62 all the way to 48-54-60 The one I found works the best is 50-56-60. Loft gaping doesn't matter. What matters is, does the club it the trajectory and spin you want.
  4. Don’t worry about what loft you have. Honestly... it doesn’t matter that much. Think about, “what trajectory will get me closest to the hole?”. Then pick the wedge that best produces that shot.
  5. I was about to comment Then realized he has won multiple PGA events and I can’t make a 5 foot putt.
  6. Everyone is different... find whatever works for you. I like 50-56-60 1 for approach shots 1 for greenside shots 1 for “you’re an idiot”
  7. That terry looks way better then the limited edition
  8. MG1 > MG2 Taylormade needs to stop being cute with their wedges
  9. Phil: I want my own custom wedge Also Phil: grind the sh*t out of it and throw lead tape on it
  10. $650 per iron? How can anyone that wealthy have the time to play blades?
  11. The black looks amazing and the chrome looks like garbage. Never have I seen two polar opposites on wedges.
  12. > @JJK947 said: > My theory is that these hollow irons are much hotter high on the face. With a blade/CB you lose a ton of ball speed high on the face. This more than makes up for the lower spin that could potentially lead to extra distance. Hit slightly high on the face with the hollow iron and you get higher launch and lower spin, with minimal loss in ball speed. That's the recipe for a flier. Just conjecture on my part, though. Correct. Look at Titleists new irons where pinned the unstructured face
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