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  1. Please let me know if you decide to unload these. Thanks
  2. I'm on the Swoosh Advisory Staff, also going to be working for Nike over the next few months and I have zero change of getting that awesome fairway. Treasure it Glad to see you got the Flex working by the way You maye remember I said a while back to try it with a bit more loft. The Left position is magic
  3. [quote name='J13' timestamp='1420488275' post='10690333'] [quote name='NotEvenJail26 ' timestamp='1420487610' post='10690255'] [quote name='Pure745' timestamp='1420468732' post='10688497'] [quote name='NotEvenJail26 ' timestamp='1420460676' post='10688115'] Tai, From a fitters point of view, the first thing I would try is more loft. Could you stomach looking at the head in 10.5 and Neutral? Even just for an experiment? I've hit the Flex briefly a few months back but didn't get to go in depth. I'd be interested to know how you get on. Our demo stock/staff equipment wont be arriving before late Jan. [/quote] Great suggestion, and the only thing I haven't tried with it yet. I'll mess with that setting sometime this week and let you know how it goes, thanks for the suggestion! [/quote] You never know, it might bring some joy. Low spin misses are always a pain. If the driver is crazy long but too low spin, then adding loft would be the logical solution. You may lose some total distance but gain some playability. [/quote] Going up in loft is logical but then it would essentially be trying to match the SLDR's performance instead of beating it ? Just sounds like the Flex is not a fit compared to what he already has. Doesn't mean it won't work for someone else just doesn't work for his swing. [/quote] Sure, you're right. But Tai obviously likes messing around and testing gear hence the Shootout. Who knows, it might still beat the SLDR. I know however that I am going to have a lot of trouble beating SLDR combo's I've fitted over the last 18 months. Fantastic driver when setup correctly.
  4. [quote name='Pure745' timestamp='1420468732' post='10688497'] [quote name='NotEvenJail26 ' timestamp='1420460676' post='10688115'] Tai, From a fitters point of view, the first thing I would try is more loft. Could you stomach looking at the head in 10.5 and Neutral? Even just for an experiment? I've hit the Flex briefly a few months back but didn't get to go in depth. I'd be interested to know how you get on. Our demo stock/staff equipment wont be arriving before late Jan. [/quote] Great suggestion, and the only thing I haven't tried with it yet. I'll mess with that setting sometime this week and let you know how it goes, thanks for the suggestion! [/quote] You never know, it might bring some joy. Low spin misses are always a pain. If the driver is crazy long but too low spin, then adding loft would be the logical solution. You may lose some total distance but gain some playability.
  5. Tai, From a fitters point of view, the first thing I would try is more loft. Could you stomach looking at the head in 10.5 and Neutral? Even just for an experiment? I've hit the Flex briefly a few months back but didn't get to go in depth. I'd be interested to know how you get on. Our demo stock/staff equipment wont be arriving before late Jan.
  6. TaylorMade SLDR 430 TP 10.5* with TP Graphic Motore Speeder Tour Spec 7.3 S-Flex. 45.5". All standard specs. Very good condition having only hit a few shots on the range. £220 including shipping/Paypal. TaylorMade SLDR S 10* with Tour Issue Accra Tour Z CB 75 M5 in RBZ Stage 2 graphic. Very good condition, head has only seen the golf course once. Shaft is brand new. 45", Tour Velvet BCT ribbed - £250 including shipping/Paypal. Shipping from Oslo, Norway.
  7. [quote name='floycota' timestamp='1413473183' post='10299271'] Can someone please plead with them to release their wedges in a raw finish? Please, please, please...... [/quote] I think you'll get a pleasant surprise
  8. [quote name='sbjinx' timestamp='1413471310' post='10299073'] [quote name='Pure745' timestamp='1413469491' post='10298885'] [quote name='Doc420' timestamp='1413469316' post='10298867'][quote name='Pure745' timestamp='1413469155' post='10298849'] True.. [attachment=2461157:ImageUploadedByGolfWRX Mobile1413469141.675240.jpg] [/quote]Please tell me they aren't making a 20 yard distance gain claim.[/quote] No 20 yard distance claims.. Deep breaths! [/quote] Hey TM claimed 17 so 20 might be possible lol. In seriousness what's the story behind that slide. I'm assuming it's a quote from one of their athletes [/quote] We had the same presentation here in Europe. Simply talking about the mindset of 'the modern golf athlete' ie. an enthusiastic golfer. Most would love an extra 20 yards.
  9. I would guess that shaft has Diamana Plus graphics which is supposedly the stock shaft in the new line. As to what it really is? Probably the same profile he has been playing for a while.
  10. [quote name='Judge Smails' timestamp='1407164925' post='9853307'] I was actually thinking of starting a thread about the topic that is now trending in this thread. The raw finish. I was really stoked to get my hands on some current model tour issue raw Nike wedges which will back up my aging original VR V10 groove model. Then, I got to thinking how silly it seemed that I was chasing raw versions of a wedge, it's almost like we have gone in reverse. It's been darn near 20 years since the Cleveland RTGs were first around and I remember all the way back then how cool they were. I was a junior golfer and everyone had to have one. Now, after all those years the lions share of tour players still play raw wedges and yet most of the big manufacturers no longer make them available! Nike has the Satin Chrome and Black Oxide, Vokey has three finishes, none of which are raw, unless you pay $350 for a hand ground model, Cleveland has a black finish and a satin finish only, although their raw tour models are pretty easy to find. TaylorMade's new wedges look very nice and the satin finish is impressive, but no raw models... The only reasonable explanation I have heard from anyone is that the raw models don't look so good in a retail store when Average Joe golfer is looking for a wedge. Other than that, color me confused by this trend. Perhaps Nike can be on the cutting edge of making Raw wedges available to the public again!? I think it would be a huge hit. Nike's forged wedges are the best feeling wedges I have gamed, relative to a cast Vokey in particular. That pure forged feel and raw finish at retail could be a real winner. With Tiger's continued presence- notwithstanding the injuries- and Rory's utter dominance, I'd think all the marketing that would be required would be to point out that they bag raw wedges! [/quote] If you put the current Black Ox VR Forged wedges in coke, you will hav a raw wedge in a few hours. Works perfectly.
  11. I have for sale a used combo set of Vega VM01(PW,9,8) and VC01(7-3) irons. The set has about two seasons play with strike marks on the face from play. No browning of the sweet spot and no uglies. Currently based off a 63.5°/27° 5-Iron. Based in Norway. $450 shipped/Paypal'd to the UK or US.
  12. 904HB has gotta be the winner here. Tried and tested performer.
  13. How good do they look! As a fitter/builder of many years, its very difficult to find sets that blend so well. TM have done a very good job with the TP line but those take the cake. You can barely tell the difference from address.
  14. Thanks guys. I've had one email asking about the shaft, shaft band etc. This is completely ORIGINAL from the tour dept. Has the Circle T shaft band on the underside of the shaft.
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