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  1. I’ll echo the dense description. I played i95 in irons and i125 in wedges for a few years and really liked them. Also tried i110 in wedges but preferred the i125 for sure. Have been using Modus 115/125 in wedges now, mostly because I also like their feel and they’re easier to find.
  2. What is your handicap: 9 Current driver shaft and flex: HZRDUS Black 75 6.0 Have you tried Ventus before: No Choose your Ventus model (Red or Black): Black Choose your weight and flex: 7S Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? For sure
  3. No worries. I found it hard to find information on this myself - Miura could certainly make it easier :) Sorry, I have no information or experience with the non-Tour 2018 wedge.
  4. Committing to a smaller bag this year. Callaway Rogue SZ 9 w/ HZRDUS Black 75 6.0 Callaway Rogue SZ 15 w/ HZRDUS Black 75 6.0 Callaway X-Forged UT 18 w/ Atmos Black 9S Miura CB-1008 4 & 6, MC-501 8 & PW w/ Fuji Pro 95i Tour S Miura Tour Series 54 w/ Modus 125 Wedge Nike Method Mod 90
  5. The 2018 Tour wedges are similar to the 1957 C grind, but a little wider sole and a little thicker in the blade. I really like the tour series - I find it plays like an improved C grind. Just as versatile and a little more forgiving.
  6. Size wise they’re pretty much identical. New wedge series on left, y grind on the right.
  7. I have both in 51. For me the biggest difference is the bounce - the new wedge series definitely feels lower bounce with a sharper leading edge then the y grind. I find I prefer the y grind as it is slightly longer on full swings and the bounce and leading edge grind makes it more forgiving for me, which translates into more confidence. Neither have a lot of heel or toe relief (like say the C grind) but I’ve had no real issue opening them up slightly for pitching off tight lies. Then again at 51 I’m not trying to flop them :) I feel like the new wedge series is consistent with the progressio
  8. I used to play J40 DPC with Steelfiber i95, with J40 wedges. I also couldn’t stand the spinner shafts, and ended up replacing them with Steelfiber 125 R flex. I also tried Steelfiber 110 but preferred the 125. The weight difference never worried me and I actually prefer the heavier weight. I also have a high ball flight, and I now play irons with Fuji 95i tour spec shafts and wedges with Modus 3 125 wedge shafts. This is my favorite wedge shaft by far - great feel and easy for all types of shots.
  9. What is your handicap: 9.1 Current iron shafts and flex: Aerotech Steelfiber i95 Stiff Closest Authorized Fujikura Dealer: Club Champion, Seattle - 10622 NE 10th St. Bellevue WA 98004 Choose your PRO Iron weight/flex: 95i Tour S Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Yes!
  10. You can buy the adapters direct from Cobra. They’re now listed under the hybrid adapters: https://www.cobragolf.com/cobra-hybrid-hosel-adapter They used to be listed separately, but they seem to have combined them.
  11. Puetz Golf Seattle 11762 Aurora Ave North Seattle WA 98133 S Flex please Thanks!
  12. I'm interested. I had a few online lessons with Monte before Athlete Nation shut down, and would love to work with him in person.
  13. Try searching for "golf range bag". I was looking for a bag to hold just a few clubs a while ago and that was the best name I could find. I ended up buying a full length one (fully enclosed) but I remember seeing the half length ones like this as well.
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