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  1. Standard size golf pride tour velvet. I would say it probably needs replaced but I’m pickier than most.
  2. I would love to see this. As someone who has played several PING drivers, this is something that would be of interest to me. I’m not an engineer but I would assume the heavier head weight helps the head stay stable but drags club head speed for many. I would love the opportunity to see the difference made with a CB shaft. @Fujikura Golf - thanks for participating in this forum. It’s great to be able to connect with the manufacturers!
  3. I’m glad you brought that up. Has anyone seen pictures of the 2022 SIM 3? My aunt’s 3rd cousin knows a guy that has viewed the CAD drawings. He said the colors are terrible, it has too much offset, is too upright, is too flat, the shaft is both too long and too short, no Endo forging, no turbulators, no ATI face, no inertia is being generated anywhere, is not made of wood, and sounds awful. I’m sticking with my club because I’m a purist, I hate everything. Oh, and by the way - everyone that disagrees with me is both stupid and ignorant. on a serious note - thanks for playing along
  4. Lol, this quickly shot down the information I had previously read and just stated, above. And here for about 15 seconds I thought I might be "in the know". Thanks for sharing this!
  5. I started a thread on this a few months ago and someone within that thread (or somewhere else I have read it) mentioned that the 4 jailbreak bars make a rectangle this year. The 4 bars shown on the other models were just to remind/show that the tech is there, but the bars run both verticle and horizontal for this year's models. If that's true, I would assume the 4 bars were lowered to 2 in order to make room for that weight up front. I guess we'll see very soon.
  6. No possible way this is wrong. I know a guy who sells insurance. His favorite bartender said he served a starter who works at this same course. He said he was in that pro shop when the pro and rep were talking and apparently, the pro shop is only 85 square feet, so he could hear the entire conversation. Mark it down.
  7. If you can, put a video of the face on view. I have battled the same issue for my whole life. I’m also a lefty but I’m actually right handed (like Phil or opposite of Jordan). I only mention this because my tendency was to have a difficult time stopping the arm swing because I wanted to get as much out of my dominate (right) side as possible and I felt more loaded up. This might not be super helpful because I haven’t found another way to fix anything in the golf swing but I just do a lot of mirror work with very slow reps and hold each individual position for a 5 count. You will be s
  8. Yeah, that looks pretty similar to the standard Rogue which I’m not a fan of at all. It’s strange to me that the low spin head would be so elongated. I’m curious to hear the reasoning behind that. I can now see why others have said the best looking head was not the Max LS. I’m a bit disappointed in this but I’ll definitely still hit this in my search for my 2021 gamer.
  9. I play the IZ 6X. I will likely give the 5x a try and see what happens. I was just curious if there are any shafts out there widely considered to lead the industry in lighter shaft options. I’m not all that well versed in the intricate differences of shafts but I am under the impression that as shafts get lighter it becomes more difficult to the stiffer shafts to hold their integrity because of the stress on the shaft. I know the materials being used are much better than in the past, so maybe this isn’t a concern that it used to be.
  10. I play the IZ 6X. I will likely give the 5x a try and see what happens. I was just curious if there are any shafts out there widely considered to lead the industry in lighter shaft options. I’m not all that well versed in the intricate differences of shafts but I am under the impression that as shafts get lighter it becomes more difficult to the stiffer shafts to hold their integrity because of the stress on the shaft. I know the materials being used are much better than in the past, so maybe this isn’t a concern that it used to be.
  11. Thanks, Matt. I figured I’d just pass them along. As with every year, I accumulate stuff in hopes of trying them out but didn’t get around to it this year. I don’t mind if they don’t sell since I can always throw them in the 2021 gamer. Hope all is well with you and Merry Christmas!
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