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  1. Looking for several Cameron midsize Matador grips for my gamer and backup. I’ve been burned by fakes in the past and need 2 grips soon!
  2. I’ve tried searching online but have had zero luck. Does anyone know the headweight of the select squareback 1.5 at 34 inches? It’s more than 340g, right?
  3. I had a set. Loved them back in the day. Really soft feeling iron. $89.00……wow.
  4. give them a few more rounds in grass. They take bigger divots but do not get hung up in the turf.
  5. I have had success with less wedge options and go 48, 54, 60. I’m not a long player, so having a few more options at the top end of my bag gives me what I need playing longer par 4s. I can keep 4w, 7w, hybrid then move into T100s 5 - GW. My hybrid and 5 iron are a little close in distance, but I use them for different types of situations.
  6. Still have the Titleist 915f model in the bag. Solid 7 wood adjusted to 20.25 degrees of loft. It is almost on its last leg. The Mizuno ST-Z woods are really good and I have the 5 wood which I’m adjusting to 19* this weekend to see how it performs against the 915f.
  7. Played another round today and the ‘21 T100s are growing on me. Very similar to the ‘19, touch higher ball flight and not enough rounds in to gauge any spin differences. I’m adjusting to the sole design and hitting them nicely. So far so good. I have a set of the black ‘19 model that I hate to let go, but I think the newer model gives me a touch more height in the 5 -7 irons which is welcomed at this point.
  8. I’ve played PX 5.5’s before and I found the MMT 105s to be stiffer feeing than the PX steel. Nothing “whippy” about MMT’s whatsoever. Just a tight straight ball flight. If you are comfortable with PX 5.5, then start with the 105s and then go from there.
  9. I posted this a day ago. Played another round with the new T100s yesterday and a few more things I noticed. The new model flies higher. To me the feel is a little softer and I’m getting there with the sole design. It really cuts through the rough. Quick review/initial impressions of the new T100s. I ordered 5 - PW with MMT 105s shafts from Fairway Jockey. The build was spot on perfect. I gravitated to the 100s last year as I’m used to playing sets with a 48* PW and this set is basically like my old 4 - PW sets of years ago. First off, the sole design is DEFINITELY different than the ‘19 model. I’m not 100% sold on that yet. I took some monster divots with them today and the ‘19’s would always shallow out and not really dig. I compare them to the JPX 919 Tour sole. Clean strikes are heavenly, but when I get steep - it really shows. Easy to “go down” and dig one out of the rough with the new sole. The muscle channel or cutaway really makes the ball jump off of the 5, 6, and 7 irons. Noticeably easier to launch these versus the ‘19 model (with the same shafts). I cannot tell a difference between the new 8 - GW compared to the ‘19 model. I love these short irons and happy they are point and shoot like the ‘19’s. I’m going to give these a few more rounds before I decide to stick with them or keep playing my ‘19 model. Sole design matters more to me than a little extra forgiveness in the long irons. For some reason, the Titleist pre-worn sole always worked well for me and that’s going to be hard to give up. I’ll report back after a few more rounds.
  10. Quick review/initial impressions of the new T100s. I ordered 5 - PW with MMT 105s shafts from Fairway Jockey. The build was spot on perfect. I gravitated to the 100s last year as I’m used to playing sets with a 48* PW and this set is basically like my old 4 - PW sets of years ago. First off, the sole design is DEFINITELY different than the ‘19 model. I’m not 100% sold on that yet. I took some monster divots with them today and the ‘19’s would always shallow out and not really dig. I compare them to the JPX 919 Tour sole. Clean strikes are heavenly, but when I get steep - it really shows. Easy to “go down” and dig one out of the rough with the new sole. The muscle channel or cutaway really makes the ball jump off of the 5, 6, and 7 irons. Noticeably easier to launch these versus the ‘19 model (with the same shafts). I cannot tell a difference between the new 8 - GW compared to the ‘19 model. I love these short irons and happy they are point and shoot like the ‘19’s. I’m going to give these a few more rounds before I decide to stick with them or keep playing my ‘19 model. Sole design matters more to me than a little extra forgiveness in the long irons. For some reason, the Titleist pre-worn sole always worked well for me and that’s going to be hard to give up. I’ll report back after a few more rounds.
  11. I ordered a set of T100s 5-GW with MMT 105s shafts from Fairway Jockey on 8/18. They shipped yesterday. I’ll have a good comparison of the new model vs. the old once they arrive. Currently playing the ‘19 T100s in black with MMT shafts. More to come….
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