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  1. S55's finished 1st and 3rd this week on the PGA tour. Decent week for a 7 year old iron.
  2. I'll second this observation. I may be a little pickier than most and usually take a ball out of play that has a visible cut or significant scuff and I've been through 3 dozen already this season which really didn't start in PA until early May. Really, REALLY good ball though. Night and day in terms of feel around the green and off the wedges compared to the older B X and just as good off the tee.
  3. Good Morning all, just a few items this morning. Not terribly interested in trades at the moment but will entertain the following and add cash if the deal is right: Toulon Memphis Stroke Lab - 35" Odyssey Stroke Lab 7 Black - 35" Toulon Las Vegas Stroke Lab - 35" All SOLD M6 10.5 - Very good shape, pics tell the story. Light scratches on silver portion of the crown not visible in pics/at address - $150 Shipped 3 Sleeves of yellow 2020 ProV's - $32 shippied DG X100's - 3 thru 9 iron. Good shape, played standard length in a set of S55's, GP Z Grips with 2 extra wraps and some li
  4. Yea I know.....dare to dream.
  5. I built a set late last year and am finally getting a chance to at least get out and hit them this spring and they are just so good. Perfect size, the shape is beautiful and the feel on center strikes is still as good or better than just about anything I've tried since I got my first set of S55's back in 2014. I honestly couldn't say how many iron sets I've been through since then and I always seem to work my way back. The goal for the year is to be disciplined and keep them in the bag to see how it goes.
  6. I agree. I love fall ball and it would've given everyone something to look forward to come Sept/Oct. Can't imagine the disappointment for Kennett Square's 3rd team. They were set to play Stonewall, Bidermann and Merion. What a rotation that would'be been....
  7. I have the concrete version. The BH 3 BOA's I have are white which probably has something to do with why the grey ones look better after some use. Agree with you on the sole durability, it's unreal how good it is vs. other hybrid golf shoes I've had from Nike, etc. I think the hard part with hybrid shoes is striking a good balance between sneaker like comfort and true golf worthy stability and these shoes are really good in that respect.
  8. Not so far no. I've played a few rounds in early morning wet conditions in FL and nothing got stuck in there and I've played quite a few rounds during Spring mud season here in the Northeast and nothing getting stuck in the textured portion of the shoe. They actually look way cleaner after 10 or so rounds than my BH 3 BOA's did.
  9. Link - https://gapgolf.org/competition/bmw-gtm/schedule/
  10. I never had a pair of the BH 2's, but I had 2 pairs of the BH 3 BOA's and thought they were the best golf shoe I'd ever worn. For Christmas this year my wife got me a pair of the new Biom Cool Pro's and I am blown away by how good this shoe is. It actually wasn't all that comfortable for the first round but after they got just slightly worn in they turned into the most outrageously comfortable pair of shoes (not just golf shoes) that I have ever owned. I wear them around with or without socks all the time because they are so much more comfortable than anything else I own. I haven't had a chanc
  11. It’s my observation from having played 36 holes in variable conditions and alternating the new ball against the old ball and the 2019/2020 ProV1x and hitting multiple balls on almost every hole. The 2019 B XS was softer off the driver and shorter for me than the 2019 B X. Tiger Woods made the B XS work just fine, but he is a professional golfer so that would not be a very good benchmark for me. Or any amateur.
  12. Not at all the same ball. The '20 doesn't feel the same and does not perform the same off the tee for me. Loved the '19 because it was so straight with the longer clubs and had good feedback. The '20 is noticeably softer and for me is not nearly as long or straight. Major bummer as the driver/wood performance was a big reason I switched to the Tour BX last year. In my testing so far this year, if you're looking for a ball that has similar long game performance and is softer around the greens than the '19 BX the newest ProVx will fit the bill. The good news is the 2019 BX is on sale everywhe
  13. I prefer Bird Dogs to Birddogs
  14. I switched to the 2019 B X last year after giving it a try and really loving it off the tee. I hit it so straight that it was worth the trade off in terms of firm wedge/putter feel and low green side spin. I bought a dozen of the 2020 B X's and played 18 yesterday in reasonably nice conditions for PA, 50*, sun, light wind and have to say I was a little bummed out. They definitely feel significantly better off the wedges with more spin from 100 yards and in, and they definitely feel better off the putter but the long game point and shoot aspect wasn't quite there like it was with the '19 versio
  15. I was pretty good in terms of equiptment changes this year, but I feel Silly Season taking it's hold on me. I just picked up a set of S55's and then had a dream last night that John Daly had a Kiosk at the mall selling a new line of JD forged blades and I stopped by to talk to him about my new set of irons I was getting ready to build........
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