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  1. I had the TZX 200 series in a fairway and loved it. Ended up with a new fairway wood and went RPG 300 series same weight and flex. Pretty similair in my opinion with the RPG feeling a bit tighter overall which I preferred. Easily the best fairway shaft ive ever used and i struggled for a long time to find one I like. I tried TZX 400 in driver but wasnt great for me.. havent tried RPG in driver yet though
  2. I recently got Mizuno T20s in 46 and 52 and then bent them to 49-54. Wasnt much offset to begin with but seemed to be a good decision as im hitting both really well and slightly better then the original lofts. whether its the added bounce, less offset or a combo of both im not sure but i think its worth a try
  3. wedges tend not to go as far as iron equivalents so I personally go 49 in my gap wedge. If you did that and bent your 52 and 56 1 degree weak then I think it will suit your needs nicely.
  4. M1 or M3 440 would be my suggestion for replacements. I love the SLDR and nothing really compares to how solid it is but those would be the closest match
  5. If they werent called "bridgestone" I think they would get more interest because branding plays a big part in the allure of golf clubs. Being virtually non existent in golf shops doesnt help either. Ive owned quite a few bridgestone clubs over the years and its certainly quality stuff
  6. I can certainly say they do feel great. One of the best feeling irons ive hit
  7. Assuming they are chrome then the best way to do it would be to strip them raw. Porting is going to look pretty bad and kill any resale value. 4 swingweight points is approx 8g so quite a bit of weight to shave from the muscle. I would strip them and either leave them raw or do a black finish if you really want to stick with that setup
  8. I played the 125's for a fair while and liked them. I found they still had plenty of feel for how stiff they are, plenty of spin but struggled a little bit green side with them. Personally I hate s200/400 as i really struggle to time them. I am currently playing the KBS 'wedge' shaft in 130g and its by far the best wedge shaft I have used
  9. Im still gaming my 745/945 combo and I cant even entertain replacing them. I have 8-p in 945 and 4-7 745 and they blend so well I often forget they are a combo set. Such a complete iron set that I couldnt ask for anything more
  10. I would give it a go. a fine grit on a belt sander will smooth things out nicely. Alot of the dimensions of the heads are already set in that the face height, topline and toe length are similar to oem heads they just need to be smoothed out to suit your eye
  11. Yeah he does great work. I initially roughed in the shape with a dremel and then he went to work smoothing everything out. Was nervous about how they would play but after a dozen shots with the 9 iron was really impressed They will stay raw for now as then I can make changes going forward if I decide too
  12. I think the key is to use a higher grit belt to get the feel for it first. That way you are not removing too much material. Its probably not as hard as you think just take your time
  13. Ive got a set in process at the moment. I sent to a friend of mine and you can see pics @wans_customs on instagram, so far ive only hit the 9 iron but I am impressed. Never had a set of blades that I loved but these look promising any questions feel free to ask
  14. As far as I know they are standard with the different finish and badging. I purchased from japan and havent compared to a retail set as of yet but believe there are no custom grinds
  15. 5-pw mp4 in satin finish with custom logos 4 iron is mp 66 In vgc with light bag chatter. very minimal face wear and no browning. Lies are 1up and lofts are standard UPDATE $350 posted
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