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  1. Not sure I can say I've truly had a favorite of the past 10 years, but maybe most enjoyable to hit was my Cally RFX with a DI7X. First introduction to the DI and it's feel, so likely this one.
  2. I have reasonable expectations of what a golf club is and wouldn't fret about tee marks on a driver face. I'm more shocked that people actually think about this and slightly mortified if someone would actually chose a product based of it's ability to resist tee marks vs. performance.
  3. Do you complain about the cover of the balls in your wedge grooves as well? I can understand wanting to keep things nice when they cost a lot, but this is one of the more silly things I've ever read on here. You are smashing a club into a ball, it's going to get marked up.
  4. Tough pill to swallow, but if you are in a part of NA that isn't really going to get into the season for another 2 months, easier to take. More so with all the cold weather that is going around right now.
  5. Had the old HI-Toe last year (58*) and while I found it to be great from the thicker stuff around the green, but I really struggled with it from the fairway with distance control and not being able to get it even close to the pin. Seemed to fly much shorter than my other wedges. I have 3 raw sets, love rusty wedges, so never an issue looking down at them. Ultimately it wasn't a trade off I was willing to make and sold off my MG2 set.
  6. Except that their is perfectly good gear still on the shelves is part of the consumerism problem...
  7. I have a driver length 80X Kai'Li that I have debated on using for something like this as at least it will have the weight I still want after I cut it down. Just waiting until I find a head I want and then maybe I'll try it out. I just keep hoarding iron sets. I did start last year with a 10.5* G400 @ 43.5" with a KK Proto and liked it a lot. Cracked the face so have a G410+, but 9* now. Shame as I had a few G400 head weights to tinker with to get the SW back up, so may just look for another one of those heads.
  8. I know for me it would be a bit redundant in distance, but I'm sure I will have a higher trajectory with the 5wd just purely by design vs. the TS3 hybrid I currently have. I know that I do question its stopping power into greens if I ever need it as I use it primarily for off the tee work. But to me it could just be a conditions club where I can interchange it without hesitation depending on need of the day and course. I'm over my DI infatuation and happy with my TS3/T1100 combo, so only other option to play around with would be the 5wd. Just picked up another Sim TI fairway hea
  9. I'm sure the loft isn't helping the case with a +5 AOA. I'm sure with that AOA and the 8.5* head or a D3 you would see a difference.
  10. Save your money for a golf trip and keep the 917.
  11. For sure. What I would like to see is slower fairways for those guys. They are nicer than many courses greens...
  12. Not a shot, but have never understood why PGA Tour stats for driving distance are ever brought up, it's way too small a sample size and varies in club choice. It's 100% irrelevant to basically any discussion. That said, a better way to measure (tho no metric on how) would be measuring the length of the young guys on Tour and how the fitness and nutrition generation are changing things. Today's golfers are athletes, not just golfers. That is where the gains are now along with shafts and balls for final tuning. Club heads are just for off center strikes and maintaining speeds acr
  13. I've tried a few times over the years to change up the 4i for a 4h, but it just doesn't work for me and I hit my 4i well enough still. I haven't played a 5wd since my 980F days but think that this will be my next attempt at replacing a club in my bag.
  14. Anything that works is still relevant. Have to try adn figure out if it's worth chasing a few extra yards for the cost of new gear. With the price that some stuff has dropped, I can't see it. Up here, the TS line has dropped more than any other line I've ever seen from Titleist, for no reason.
  15. Yeah, 3i has been replaced with more versatile clubs and is more of a relic than anything. I think your setup is fine and don't see anything glaring for sure, so only additions would be pet shots or various circumstances weather/course wise to bring a club for in the 5w and possible DI addition.
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