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  1. Here’s a set of TaylorMade TP MB’s. Would rate the overall set a 9 out of 10. The PW and the 7 iron have the most wear. The rest of the set has barely been hit. One of the closeup pictures is of the PW.

     

    Set makeup: 3-PW

    Shafts: DG Tour Issue X100

    Length: + 1/2”

    Loft: Standard

    Lie: Standard

    Grips: GP Decade Red

     

    Cash is king but could possibly be interested in the following trades: high end X/TX driver shafts, or high end (rare) putters.

     

    Price: $700 shipped

     

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  2. I have a set of Taylormade Tour Preferred MB’s in excellent condition. They have been sitting in the closet collecting dust and deserve to be gamed.

     

    They are basically brand new with some of the heads looking like they’ve never been hit. The PW has a slight nick on the bottom of hosel that can’t be seen from address.

     

    Set makeup: 3-P

    Shafts: DG Tour Issue X100

    Length: + 1/4”

    Loft: Standard

    Lie: Standard

    Grips: GP Decade Red

     

    Cash is king but could possibly be interested in the following trades: high end X/TX driver shafts, or high end (rare) putters.

     

    Price: $SOLD

     

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  3. 3-5 TMB

    6-PW MB

    6.5 Projext X shafts

    1” longer

    Standard loft/lie

     

    Irons are in great shape. Played maybe 10 rounds with them. I’d rate all of them a 9.5 out of 10, except the 7 iron which I’d rate just under a 9 out of 10 because I practiced the most with it. The picture with 3 clubs includes the 3 iron, 7 iron, and PW. Thanks guys.

     

    $450 shipped

     

     

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  4. We’ve got one indoor to outdoor hitting bay and another thats into a net. Use our Trackman 99% of the time outdoor. When I’ve tried it in the net, I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the numbers. From what I’ve noticed they tend to be on the low side like you’ve been dealing with.

     

    Having said all that if i was 100% indoor, I’m getting the quad.

    The problem I have is that I am indoor in the winter and in the summer around 25 % due to rain or range closers. I’m running into sub 3000 spin with a wedge on a consistent basis (inside). I’m currently looking for a good solution for switching between the two types of use. How much lower did you see inside when you tested?

     

    Nothing crazy. 500-1000 rpm’s lower so far, but again we don’t use it much inside. I’m a big fan of both Trackman and Flightscope (also surprised you’ve had customer support issues with FS), but I don’t think neither compare indoors to the quad. Plus you can always take the quad outside.

  5. Does 4d generate more accurate data than myswing.

     

    No way to really tell honestly. I worked for MySwing for a while so I’m partial to them.

     

    They *should* give very similar numbers.

     

    If you want to use more than 4-5 sensors and/or capture the full body, it’s a no brainer... MySwing.

     

    If you want to use one sensor every time and just look at one segment, then 4D might be the better option.

  6. Something is causing your lower body to not sequence properly. Think of it this way... From the top of your backswing, if your lower body fires/slide hard in transition, your head is forced to stay back. It can’t go forward if you want to make contact.

     

    For the cause... could be open clubface in transition, downswing too steep, arms out of position, etc.

     

  7. 80 - 20 is a decent thought for irons.

     

    Driver is kinda all over the board.

     

    I've had success with players getting to 70ish at p5 and then kind of 'maintaining' from there.

     

    Chase.....is the mechanism for retaining pressure in the right foot to let the right knee flex towards the toes and start the left hip rotating back and around similar to what Gangas teaches...….as opposed bumping/sliding left?

     

    Yep. That's one way for sure.

     

    Early right side bend tends to be the killer. If you're at 70-30 at 5 with a lot of RSB you're headed for 95+ at impact.

     

    The AMG guys like pressure left early by getting upper and lower bodies stacked by p5. A good way that also seems to keep the player from moving farther left.

     

    Is that close to a S&T feel?

     

    Not really.

     

    S&T would be more stacked in backswing and then adding hip sway in transition.

  8. 80 - 20 is a decent thought for irons.

     

    Driver is kinda all over the board.

     

    I've had success with players getting to 70ish at p5 and then kind of 'maintaining' from there.

     

    Chase.....is the mechanism for retaining pressure in the right foot to let the right knee flex towards the toes and start the left hip rotating back and around similar to what Gangas teaches...….as opposed bumping/sliding left?

     

    Yep. That’s one way for sure.

     

    Early right side bend tends to be the killer. If you’re at 70-30 at 5 with a lot of RSB you’re headed for 95+ at impact.

     

    The AMG guys like pressure left early by getting upper and lower bodies stacked by p5. A good way that also seems to keep the player from moving farther left.

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