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  1. The sole width of the ZX7 is alittle narrower than the 2017 p790. I don’t have the zx5, but I would imagine that is closer to the sole width of the 2017 p790.
  2. I got out on the course today and practiced with the zx7 irons. I hit a couple of balls on each hole. It is 45 degrees here and I was hitting to temporary greens, but had the course to myself, so that was nice. It is hard for me to separate the Steelfiber shaft and the zx7 head, but I love the feel of these. Steelfibers have a very muted feel that some people describe as "dead". I played them about 4-5 years ago, before moving on the P790's coupled with the Fuji Pro Tour Spec shafts, which have a more lively feel. I actually like the feel of both shafts, even though they are very differe
  3. They are just that good looking in person. Pictures don't do them justice.
  4. Yes, the graphics on the shaft are rotated to the left a couple of degrees rather than perfectly in line with the club face.
  5. Update: Just got on the launch monitor with the 7 iron. Numbers look really good for me, when I make a good strike. 170-172 yard carry with 2 yards of roll out, 5400 rpm spin and launch of 17 degrees. This actually matches my p790's on yardage, but less roll out which is great. Feel is very solid, I am definitely looking forward to hitting the golf ball with these irons on the course. It is going to be 45 degrees here tomorrow, and I am off work, so I will try and get out and hit them on the course. Negatives: (for those asking about build quality) They put th
  6. My wife told me that my irons are at home waiting on me.
  7. I couldn't find it anywhere online. One thread said .370 for spider x, but I just wanted to check and make sure, in case anyone here knew offhand. I will email before buying.
  8. Would a spider x putter with the small slant neck need a .355 or .370?
  9. Not entirely sure. I upgraded to the Aerotech Steelfiber shafts, but that is on their list of available upgrades, so does that make it a custom build? All other specs were standard (loft, lie, length)
  10. I just got a notice from FedEx that my zx7’s should be arriving on Tuesday.
  11. I will be coming from the chunky p790, so the zx7 is going to look like a bikini model next to those.
  12. Looking forward to getting the Srixon zx7 irons.
  13. I agree. I love Miura, but they are not forgiving. The Epon AF-302 is a very forgiving player's cavity back iron.
  14. I am a Lamkin fan. Their Sonar and Sonar Tours have been great grips for me. I clean them after every 2-3 rounds or so, and they feel tacky and new 1-2 years later with just alittle wear by the thumb. I did go with the ST + 2 hybrid shaft on these, since that was an option. Haven't played them before, but willing to give it a try.
  15. As the title says. Pictures represent the condition of the club well. Some face wear, crown and sole are fairly clean. Stock shaft and stock specs. I did change the grip to a Lamkin sonar midsize grip. If you don't like midsize, I can send you a standard grip with it. Headcover included. Looks like these are going for $270 used on eBay, so I will do $240 $220 shipped to CONUS, to get this going quickly. It would be an additional $25 to ship to Canada. No trades, trying to reduce inventory.
  16. I can't say that this would be true for another individual, but it is with my swing. I feel that I can swing alittle more aggressively with the steelfiber shaft, with alittle less risk of pulling the ball. Again, if club face angle is closed at impact and path is to the right of the target (I am left handed), then no shaft is going to prevent that pull. I don't know if the shaft actually has any "anti-pull" properties based on it's configuration, or it just matches my swing and reduces the likelihood of me creating that swing. I would recommend doing a shaft fitting, before spending the add
  17. I decided to go ZX7 across the board, 5-pw. If I have trouble with 5 or 6 iron, then I can always order a zx5 for that club. I have recently done a shaft fitting, and the steel fibers always give me the best numbers from a dispersion standpoint. I also played them for a couple of seasons and found them to be very straight and helped me with fighting my pull hook. I don’t know why I switched away from them, but I am looking forward to going back to them with this set of irons..
  18. I asked them. Heads are apparently the same, just different stock shaft options I believe.
  19. Shoot, I had a definitive thought and plan, and now you guys have me doubting it.
  20. Excellent point. Height isn't typically an issue for me, but certainly worth factoring into the decision. Since I don't play a 4 iron, the only iron I would then consider in the zx5 would be the 5 iron. I think I will still go straight zx7, and if I am having problems elevating the 5 iron enough, then I could always buy that one zx5 iron, I hope.
  21. From the reviews I have seen, there isn't a huge advantage in going with the zx5's in the long irons over the zx7. I know people like to combo sets when able, but the few reviewers hitting both together do not speak of a big advantage in forgiveness in the zx5 over the zx7. Feel and sound are important to me, and it appears that the zx7 is noticeably better in this category. Therefore, I plan to order a full set 5-pw of the zx7 with steelfiber shafts on the 6th. Looking forward to it.
  22. Two hybrids Priced to sell quickly. Pictures represent the condition of the club well. Face and sole wear is evident in pictures. Paypal only. Callaway Mavrik Pro 3 hybrid with upgraded Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 85S shaft. No matching head cover. Asking $140 including shipping to CONUS. Shipping to Canada will be an additional $25. Callaway Rogue 4 hybrid with upgraded Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 85S shaft. No matching headcover, sorry. Asking $90 including shipping to CONUS. SOLD
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