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  1. Concord has done a lot of work on the course recently, I've heard good things but haven't played it since they finished the improvements. Radley is what it is in terms of layout, I like some holes out there but it's a tough track in the wind and punishing off the tee. Can't speak to Penn Oaks as I've never played it but I know the re-did their greens a couple of years ago. Check out Kennett Square Golf and CC as it's in the same corridor and nicer than Radley/Penn Oaks and you won't have the hum of 202 and Rt. 1 accompanying every round like Concord. Good conditioning, decent little Ross layou
  2. Lot's of good stuff on the block today. Not interested in any trades at the moment as I'm trying to pare down some excess inventory. Happy to ship anywhere ConUS, will not entertain shipping to Hawaii or north o' the border, sorey hockey fans. Taylormade M4 10.5 shafted with AD TP 6s, RBZ 2 adapter. Plays a hair over 45". Overall good shape, includes M4 head cover. D3.5 SW, Lamkin non corded UTX grip. SOLD Taylormade M4 10.5*, head only. Good shape, can include TM Adapter. SOLD Graphite Design AD TP 6x. Played
  3. Southwest of Philly Broad Run and Wyncote are both great options but other than that it’s pretty light on public tracks. Philly definitely has a wide gap between quality private clubs and decent public options. Certainly no shortage of private options though.
  4. Rounds were up 40% at my club last year, that's a pretty healthy jump. Trying to get tee times at the local publics was difficult and or expensive and with travel time/course congestion factored in it probably took me 2 hours longer to play public vs. at home. I'd think this would push a lot of guys towards private clubs short term but when commuting, work travel, family vacations, school sports etc. come back into scope there may be a quick reversal in that trend.
  5. One of our Local GG's had the Packard's in stock on Saturday. I gave them a try and they were nice but I wasn't blown away. Some of the details actually looked a little cheap to me in person, especially for a $200 shoe. They were definitely lighter than I was expecting and the comfort was just OK out of the box and would definitely take a round or 2 to get them worked in. I'm a size 12 in every shoe/golf shoe out there and the 12 was too big but the 11.5 was just right so they do run big per usual with FJ. I think if you're a FJ fan you'll like them quite a bit. If you're an outside observer i
  6. Reviews starting to roll out and they are getting some good press. The first model being released looks like a spikeless and slightly more modern version of the TW '13, not a bad thing IMO. I've been wearing Ecco's for about 8 years now but these have my attention as a possible alternative.
  7. If you are new to the game and learning it's going to be a tough place to improve. Sloped fairways, tiny greens etc. You may end up getting frustrated out there. Better options nearby for a new to the game golfer would be Radley and Concord. Also check out White Manor, right outside of WC and the practice facilities are significantly nicer than any of the three mentioned so far. It's not an easy golf course but it's really, really good.
  8. Hi There, Could you please check 11D6795 ? Thanks!
  9. 1. City and State? Unionville, PA 2. Handicap? +2 3. What ZX iron set do you want to test? ZX7 3. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Yes, as well as a trackman. 4. Current Iron setup? Ping S55 4-PW, C-Taper Lite Stiff hard stepped x 1 5. What is the most exciting thing about the ZX irons? The reported consistency and feel of the ZX7 as well as the turf interaction of the new sole. 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Yes
  10. S55's finished 1st and 3rd this week on the PGA tour. Decent week for a 7 year old iron.
  11. 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.
  12. 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
  13. Yea I know.....dare to dream.
  14. 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.
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