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  1. My swing speed is about 105. I am currently toying with a Tensei AV blue (stiff). For years before I had been playing with the Aldila RIP Alpha (Stiff). The switch is to change launch angle a little bit and add a little spin.
  2. 165-168 yards carry. Srixon Z745 (32*), Steelfiber i95S shaft.
  3. 1. City, State? Plymouth, MI 2. Handicap? 2 3. Current driver? GBB Epic SZ, Tensei AV Blue (S) 4. Why do you want to test the C721 driver? I'm getting older, and this brand has strong support in the senior crowd. Must be something to it. 5. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Yes 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Yes
  4. I've had the S60 and now the S40. The S60 just stopped charging for me very early on, so I returned it... not wanting to get the same watch with potentially the same issue. My wife bought me a S40 for Christmas and I have a few rounds on it. Pros and Cons Pros Long battery life Seems to be pretty accurate Layups and hazards pretty clearly identified with distances Much Cheaper Smaller footprint on the wrist, I think better looking and only one button navigation. Cons Layup and hazards are identified a little different than the S60. Bars on
  5. Tried the new stuff, and nothing performed better than current setup. Looking to maybe make a shaft change in the driver, but that's all. I can hit new 3 woods farther (although not any more consistent), but it would just screw up my gaps. GBB EPIC SZ, 9*, Aldila RIP Alpha 60 (S). Will be trying a Tensei AV Blue (S) Taylormade R9, 15*, Fujikura Motore 70 (S) - Oldie but goodie.
  6. I'm slow to change on Drivers... my history.. Titleist 983...TM R7...Titliest D910.... Callaway EPIC SZ. I've tried the new drivers, and there is no improvement. Hence... no changes. I have looked at a shaft change this year, as I'm getting older and swing is not as aggressive. But... bought a used shaft to make the change. Driver prices are crazy. The EPIC SZ was the first driver I ever purchased new. The improvement with the EPIC was dramatic, but I'm not inclined to buy new again. Last years model should be good.
  7. You can view the EI charts at their website.
  8. I usually play my set's 3 iron. I got a U45 utility to see if I liked it better, but prefer the 3 iron. I also have a 816 hybrid, which is a nice club, but the 3 iron is still more versatile for me.
  9. I think Monte summed it up. I have made changes in my swing to increase my swing speed. There were a lot of factors, but a big part of it is covered in this video by the AMG guys.
  10. I currently game the RTX4's. I have played the ZipCore wedges. There is definitely a difference between the two wedges. I only played 9 holes with the Zipcores, but found them to be different. Improvement is dependent on what you are looking for. If you struggle with spin on chips and pitches, these definitely spin more. If you don't, they may spin too much. They have a very nice balanced feel, but I found that with the RTX4's as well. I thought you felt the ball on the face of club much more with the ZipCore. I typically have little issues stopping the ball on the green, and with
  11. Answered my own question...Cycleboard?
  12. See a manufacturer on that one? I've never seen one like that. I like the 3 wheeled design.
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