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  1. I'm in the 60-69 group, average drive is in the 240-260 range most of the time, obviously some days are better than others. It was a LOT longer when I was younger and living in the "high desert"(western slope) of Colorado (just sayin-). Being basically at sea level definitely doesn't help
  2. Callaway FT-3 Driver- IMHO it was a fairway finding machine super long (in its day) easy to work
  3. Some of the best(most accurate) Irons I ever played were the Taylor Made R7 TPs with Dynamic Gold SL shafts and the Callaway 2013 X Forged (PX Flighted)- I kept them til the grooves were gone. I'd love to have either set back. Just ordered a "used" set of the Callaway 2018 X Forged in hopes they'll last as long and be as good as their predecessors. There's absolutely nothing wrong with the "older" clubs- especially if you're comfortable with them and they fit your game
  4. Have any of you out there gamed both of these. If so, which one did you like the best and why? Long story relatively short- I used to play the Tour V(X) and I thought it was a great shaft. I had surgery on my left shoulder last year. After being released I was told to go to a "softer" shaft for "a while". I got fitted and we came up with the LZ 6.0. Its been over a year and I'm as "healed" as I'm gonna get. My issue is that the LZ is a really smooth, accurate shaft but the launch and spin are high for my liking. I took the KBS Shaft Fit and came up with the Tour V(X-again), and I took the P
  5. Howard Jones- Thanks so very much- you do indeed rock and I appreciate the work you did for that
  6. Hey Y'all- First of all- Merry Christmas(or however you choose to celebrate this time of year)!!! I've been trying to find a current FCM chart that also shows the measurements for the KBS Tour V shafts. I can find all kinds of them that have the Tours and C-Tapers from 5-7 years ago. I'm trying to compare the values between the Project X LZ 6.0 and the Tour Vs. I don't necessarily need a chart if someone has the values to include LZ 6.0s, Tour V S(110) Tour V X(120) and Tour V X ssx1. Otherwise, I'm working on the assumption that the LZ 6.0 has the same values as the PX shafts that are shown i
  7. Hey Y'all- First of all- Merry Christmas(or however you choose to celebrate this time of year)!!! I've been trying to find a current FCM chart that also shows the measurements for the KBS Tour V shafts. I can find all kinds of them that have the Tours and C-Tapers from 5-7 years ago. I'm trying to compare the values between the Project X LZ 6.0 and the Tour Vs. I don't necessarily need a chart if someone has the values to include LZ 6.0s, Tour V S(110) Tour V X(120) and Tour V X ssx1. Otherwise, I'm working on the assumption that the LZ 6.0 has the same values as the PX shafts that are shown
  8. > @stryper said: > Was going to edit my previous post but that function still isn’t all that user friendly on my iPad. > > Anyway, this thread got me thinking about my 64 Sure Out enough that I wanted to put it through the paces again, just to see if I was missing something, especially since I do have room in the bag for a 14th club. So today I took it to the practice green and bunker and had a bit of a shootout. And at the end of the day, the 58 PM was superior in every respect. > > Absolutely _love_ my PM!!! My experience as well
  9. > @ScottJN said: > From driver to putter I’d think Callaway has the best set up if you count odyssey. Epic flash Driver and woods, Apex line of irons, Mac Daddy wedges, and odyssey putters is a very solid setup. Titleist has also got to be right up there with them. and the PM grinds are a really nice option too
  10. I had one in my bag for a while-it was great for "Phlop" shots over bunkers and other hazards and really good for short approach shots on hard fast greens, figured out I could do the same things with my PM Grind 58* with better control and accuracy
  11. Callaway 46 PW/50 S grind/54 S grind/58 PM grind
  12. > @Kay_Jay said: > I wanted to see if anyone has purchased irons in average condition from CPO and what were your impressions when you received it in hand? Better or worse than you expected? I really don't care about bag chatter and other dings and was more concerned with the faces and grooves being completely worn out. From a probability perspective, I'm thinking that this iron set model is about 3 years old so I have a feeling the chances are high that the average condition might be better compared to a 10 year old model in average condition per say. Appreciate any feedback. I've r
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