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  1. For sale is a Voice Caddie SC300. Used for one golf season. Everything functioning. I have access to a Quad now so no need for it any longer - $300 (plus shipping) Brand New in box, never worn, pair of G/Fore Skull and Crossbones Embossed Gallivanters size 10.5 - $190 (plus shipping)
  2. Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors Kit - 3rd generation sealed box till I took pictures to show they are unused and still have the stickers on them. Came with my Club Champion order and I already have a set. $75 (add $10 for shipping West of the Mississippi)
  3. i210's and iBlades both have 5 wins each on the PGA Tour
  4. In the post yes, but someone already direct messaged me before that. Apologies. I know there is a set available on the bay similarly priced currently.
  5. * Disclaimer, please add $10 to each of these for West of the Mississippi Okay, first to give her the respect she deserves is my G410+ who has served me valiantly over the last 2 golf seasons. She has sadly been put to pasture by a Tsi3 after taking my driver game to new levels. Now, as you can see, she's seen some stuff. That said, she is a gamer through and through. Please note she has a heavier head weight to help her play at D6. I am including the headcover and original adjustable weight in the sale - SOLD 2. Graphite Design Tour AD XC-6 Flex X tipped 1 inch by Club Champion with fresh Z-Grip and G410/425 Adapter used for almost 1 golf season (I've had it since October) - $200 3. Cleveland RTX 4 Raw Wedge Set (50, 54, 58) - SOLD 4. Set of 14 Arccos Sensors used for 3 Rounds - SOLD 5. Titleist SureFit Weight (6 grams) from a Ts2 3 Wood - $7 6. Titleist SureFit Weight for Titleist 917 Driver (12 Grams) - $7
  6. Again, I think the 425 LST is the perfect "low spin" alternative for the tweener coming from the 410 series. The plus spun too much and the LST was too low in terms of spin. The 425 LST would thus be your unicorn.
  7. I said it in another post, but I think the 425 LST is the perfect improvement on the 410 series for the tweener. Doesn't need all the spin killing of the 410 LST, but the 410+ sometimes spins too much. I loved it.
  8. What do you want to know? I am coming from a G410+ and got fit into a TSi3 and the runner up in the fitting was the 425 LST.
  9. I would say the big advancement is for the tweener player who couldn't fit completely into SIM or 410 LST for spin lowering (and for who the 410+ spins too much). I know for me, SIM pushed my G410+ last year, but the spin consistency with the SIM wasn't great. That was really the only thing I hoped they were going to improve on with the SIM to make the thing damn near perfect. Alas, they did not. The 410 LST was consistent on spin, but just below my comfort level in terms of playable spin levels on the actual course. The 425 LST is the perfect bridge for a tweener like me while keeping the stability with right amount of spin that will get me more efficiency and as a result more playable distance. That said, I got fit into the TSi3 which is truly special. Arguably, the easiest driver I've ever hit to date.
  10. I got my Trackman report for my fitting last night. One thing of note I hadn't been shown before, so it probably existed and I was just unaware or not shown it, but the Trackman optimizer where it shows you if the shot was optimized what it should have been versus how you performed on the shot really helped during the fitting. The TSi3 was tops in the usual numbers: Ball Speed Spin Dispersion Carry However, it was also always in the optimal ranges or better than them, but again, if you're a Ping person the 425 LST will serve you well whether coming from the G410 Plus or LST. It wasn't as efficient as the TSi3, but it was damn near close. The same can be said for the RadSpeed (even though it was the least consistent of the 3).
  11. I played the 410+ and had no idea the 425 LST was even smaller, but I honestly prefer a smaller head. I was trying to do my fitting blind and just hit what was handed to me. So, as long as it didn't sit closed we were good. If the TSi3 didn't exist, I would be upgrading to the 425 LST, it's that good. I think the big gain this year I got out of the 425 LST versus the 410 LST was the spin consistency. For me personally, some of the "low spin" drivers can give me an occasional low spin knuckler and that is what made the SIM lose out last year. I was under the impression that was really the only improvement with the SIM2, but honestly I thought SIM2 was a downgrade on SIM when I actually got to hit it. Hilariously, the driver that did that and kind of looked and felt like SIM was the RADSpeed which didn't feel as marshallowy as Cobra drivers typically do.
  12. In a post below, answer the following questions 1. City and State? Sanford, FL 2. Handicap? 2.8 3. What ZX iron set do you want to test? ZX-7 3. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Yes 4. Current Iron setup? Wilson Combo set of Staff Model Blades and D7 Forged 5. What is the most exciting thing about the ZX irons? Turf interaction 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Yes
  13. Yeah, I do my driver fitting the end of January every new year. So at this point we're locked into TSi3 barring anything crazy.
  14. It just took too long to mess with head weight and swing weight to get it on par with everything else available. I was super impressed with the Srixon if you're looking for a more affordable TSi3. SUPER fade biased if you're into that.
  15. We couldn't find a combo that got the Srixon where we wanted it in order to push the other top choices in my fitting, but if you want the feel of a classic Titleist driver than you will enjoy the Srixon a lot. Especially at its price point. Super FADE biased.
  16. Pro-tip, make sure they play with headweight in your fitting. I know for me I couldn't get on with Mavrik at all given how damn light it was, but once we started upping the head weight and consequently got the swing weight into that D4-D6 range it really came alive. That said, the Callaway's did literally nothing for me in the fitting. Not sure if I was more disappointed about that or the performance of the SIM2 after almost gaming the SIM last year. Top 3 in my fitting: TSi3 G425 LST Cobra RADSpeed
  17. Not sure, but I know for me this has been the trend that if you like a higher launch, more forgiving, slightly heavier head the 2 series is the way to go. This has been continued into the TSi2.
  18. See the sig, I’ve gamed the 410+ for 2 seasons and just got fit yesterday. TSi3 was the winner for all the reasons above. I really liked the 425LST and it was a solid improvement on the 410 series, but the distance was just effortless with the TSi3 and I also felt like it had another gear in it. Even near the end of the fitting with a tired swing I was putting up amazing numbers versus everything else. I hate to say goodbye to her, but the G410 and her AD XC will be making their way to the BST once my new girl arrives in the mail.
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