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  1. I'd put in a vote for the Mizuno irons. It's probably paranoia, but I just can't bring myself to fully trust something with hollow-body construction and hotter face tech like the 770 to produce consistent carry distances across a wide range of strikes and conditions.
  2. I didn't think to go look up the head weights until now. Titleist doesn't post head weight specs that I could find, but it seems like the TS series were stock in the 195'ish gram range. Have you done any in your shop that you can confirm? The 410 LST stock weight is 208g according to PING. The head I purchased apparently had 3g of melt added, pushing it up over 210g. I'd have to take the sliding weight out altogether, just to get it down to 200g. Of course, the 400 LST has the same stated stock weight at 208g, and I never felt like it was overly heavy,
  3. Do you have any full blown driver shootout style testing planned for 2021, or thinking more of these one-on-one type comparisons? I passed my G400 LST on to a friend, and now I'm in driver no man's land. I tried a G410 LST, but as much as I wanted to like it, the consistency was not there. I think the head was just too heavy. Even a CB shaft didn't help. I tried it with a Ventus Blue 6s, and my Fubuki J 50x, but neither gave me what I was looking for. I think once we get a decent weather day, I need to find a spot where I can hit the new stuff outdoors, and take it
  4. All prices include shipping via UPS in CONUS, since USPS has been a nightmare. Please add $5 if west of the Mississippi. PING G410 LST 10.5 Head only, in excellent condition. The original owner said the head was hot melted, and it does have a more muted sound/feel. Headcover not included. $275 Ventus Velocore Blue 6 Stiff Flex This shaft has a G410/G425 PING adapter sleeve, installed in the standard loft, flat setting. It has a golf pride tour velvet grip. It is 44.25" from tip to the end of the grip cap, and is not tipped. It was built profe
  5. Thanks for the input. I'll do some research on those options!
  6. Sully buying a pack of "Little Hotties" is the funniest thing I'll read all day, no contest.
  7. Don't cheap out on bootleg brand hand warmers. Buy HotHands. They probably have some cancer-causing chemicals in them, but I'll be my hands stay warm AF when I use them. They also work best if you keep them in a warm place. If you keep them in uninsulated pants pockets, they're gonna get cold no matter what. I keep mine in my vest pockets.
  8. Vest - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08FSNSJPB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Battery Pack - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07CZDXDG8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 There are a ton of different ones on Amazon, some of which include the power source. I'm sure they're all comparable. The one I bought does run small, as the reviews indicate. The battery pack is pretty much like having a slightly thicker smartphone in the front-left pocket of the vest.
  9. PSA for all the winter golfers, and not just my wispy brethren - I can not recommend purchasing a heated vest strongly enough. I've typically played little golf during the winter, and only played here and there on days that were some combination of warm, sunny, and calm. I would layer up with compression fit base layers, sweaters, and jackets. I never felt like I could swing normally. It was like all I could do was take choppy, punch shot swings. That was a big reason I was hesitant to get out too much. At some point, swinging like that too much crept into my "normal" swing.
  10. The TP5 might do the trick for you. It's a little softer than the V1, and I found it to spin more as well.
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