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  1. Seems like every season the college team bags get better and more creative. Wanted to start a place where we can see them all in one spot. Here’s ASU’s current bag line up…
  2. I agree… the “Chair Potato” version is so much better than the “Couch Potato”……must be tour only…
  3. I typically set the bag down and remove it from the pocket. My range finder has never fallen out. I use the pocket for fairway fill and my cell phone as well. Highly recommend.
  4. Bumping thread...has anyone found a black shaft option for this putter yet (Special Select Flowback 5.5 with slantback neck)? I’m not looking for a stiff option like indicated above just a black “murdered out” cosmetic option...Scotty you always make things so easy...
  5. 2021 Mac: 8” Nylon, Original Walker One Pocket, Range Finder Pocket, 2 D rings Mackenzie Driver Cover: 2” longer than standard, custom striping Fore Ewe Fairway and Hybrid Covers
  6. My zx7 7 iron from top of grip to top of ferrule is 34 1/4”
  7. IMO...why Ping does not release every one of their bag models in “their” brand colorway (all white, with black piping and black logo) has always baffled me: it’s the most brand recognizable and iconic color option they can sell. Every model of their bag assortment should have one of the color options available this way. I’d be the first in line for an all white moonlite release...anyway...just my $0.02
  8. Here is a pic of Stratton’s HLT
  9. Terrible news...his posts of Stratton’s gear and progress as a player will always be in my WRX HOF. RIP Breck.
  10. TBH too early to advise on the steelfiber’s. Hoping they are the ideal middle ground between Recoils and C Taper lite’s. TBD. With regard to the ZX5, ZX7 dilemma...IMO, BIG fan of both models but I have to say the ZX5 is just so user friendly off of the grass from all types of lies. The extra tech in them really helps across the board. I’ve always appreciated more ‘help” in the long irons so opting for a combo set was an easy choice for me. Higher swing speed players who don’t need more height, more forgiveness or have a history with blades will most likely prefer the ZX7. Ultimately, I highly recommend trying both models out with a knowledgeable fitter and ideally trying them on grass: that’s where they shine and differentiate the most.
  11. Kind ask...in the future please don’t use information or materials that do not belong to you without the permission of the owner
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