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usmarine

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  1. Don’t want to insult you but would you take $250?
  2. > @DblEgl said: > > @usmarine said: > > Try adjusting the driver if you don’t like it at first. I added a little loft and it really made the driver play better for me. Just my 2 cents. > > What shaft did you settle on? Any iron update ? Thanks. I have the Evenflow white in stiff. This driver is what I classify as sneaky long but very forgiving. It does not feel as powerful as my 410 LST but it is not short.
  3. Try adjusting the driver if you don’t like it at first. I added a little loft and it really made the driver play better for me. Just my 2 cents.
  4. > @Waytall said: > Thanks for follow up review. Love to hear that your getting great results. How would you say the forgiveness ranks ? They are very forgiving. The Apex is a great club but these seem to be better on low strikes. I can tell you where I missed them which is not the norm with most cast clubs. I initially thought they were loud but now that I have some time with them they sound just like the Apex heads.
  5. > @DblEgl said: > > @usmarine said: > > I can’t get over how good they feel and sound when hit flush. Spent quite a bit of time chipping with the gap. Really good results, normally chip with my sand or lob. > > > > I am very happy with my purchase and my Apex’s will be my sons if he wants them. > > That's great. By the way, what ball were you using ? How was the trajectory ? Easy launch ? Thanks... I use the Srixon XV. Trajectory is a little lower than the steel fiber shaft. Clubs are easy to flight down. The launch is the thing I love mos
  6. Second 9 holes with the 0211’s today. Really struck the irons solid. I played the front 9 today and I am much more familiar with my distances on this side. I now feel these are within 5 yards of the Callaway Apex’s . Which basically means they are the same due to my miss with the Apex being a pull which goes further. I can’t get over how good they feel and sound when hit flush. Spent quite a bit of time chipping with the gap. Really good results, normally chip with my sand or lob. After watching Th US Amateur I have been inspired to use lower lofted irons and let the ball roll out more
  7. I forgot to mention turf interaction. The sole design is thinner and the leading edge is sharper than the CF16. I was taking very shallow divots on the Zoisa turf. This was nice and crisp. I am a picker normally so it is a new experience for me. It seemed like these soles fit my swing a little better than the wider rounded sole of the Apex. It is not a major difference but one that seemed to add a bit of versatility. I felt I could nip it just a little better with the gap wedge.
  8. I played a quick 9 at my home track with the 0211’s this evening. My initial impressions are; Feel is very solid. Thin shots feel thin and give an audible indication of the miss. Shots struck in the center are rewarded with a very soft feel, not Mizuno but similar to my CF16’s. Forgiveness is there. You can get away with a mediocre swing but a bad one will be penalized. At least as forgiving as my CF16 but without offset. My miss was left but instead of missing the green I was on the left side. 5 yard draw or straight was the norm. Once I timed the Accra shaft right it was straight 8
  9. > @DblEgl said: > Should be about D1... have you had a chance to try the 0211 on the course ? > > @usmarine said: > > > @Waytall said: > > > > @usmarine said: > > > > I hit a half bucket this morning, just couldn’t stand driving around with them in boxes anymore. Swing weight at d1 still feels light. > > > > > > I talked to PXG over the phone. With the Accra i90 at standard length, the swingweight is C8. With an extra inch they are D4. > > > > > > mine are half inch over. What would that swing weight
  10. > @Waytall said: > > @usmarine said: > > I hit a half bucket this morning, just couldn’t stand driving around with them in boxes anymore. Swing weight at d1 still feels light. > > I talked to PXG over the phone. With the Accra i90 at standard length, the swingweight is C8. With an extra inch they are D4. > > mine are half inch over. What would that swing weight be?
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