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steviethev

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  1. What don't you like about your current setup? Are there large yardage gaps between full swings with wedges? Do you prefer to play full swing shots? How many longer shots are you hitting with wedges each round? Do you feel comfortable hitting chips or pitches with your current wedges? Do you find yourself hitting them fat or thin? Do you typically play off of courses that are hard and fast or ones that are soft? What about the other end of the bag? Do you find yourself in longer approach settings and could benefit from an extra hybrid or fairway? There are several things that you could change
  2. When I was getting back into golf, I did lessons first and then went through a fitting with my teacher. This was ideal for me. The older stuff that I had was functional for initial improvement in lessons and did not cause me any issues directly related to equipment. The shafts were definitely wrong for me, but I was not concerned with launch and spin rates, more with consistent impact and swing path. In the initial lessons, we rarely did anything with woods. It was mainly wedges irons, and short game. Also, make sure you get a solid putter fitting. That made a world of difference in my
  3. I have been crushing the pro with a speeder evolution 661 tour spec. Perfect boring ball flight for me.
  4. Get a bunch of junk clubs from a thrift store to practice on.
  5. Love WRX for the forums and the content. Love the game and WRX keeps me up on everything related to it.
  6. What is your current handicap? 6.0 Where are you located (City, State - US Only Please)? Minneapolis, MN What irons are you playing now? 7-PW Mizuno MP-15 / 4-6 Mizuno MP-54 When were you last fit for irons? Last year What hybrids are you playing now? Callaway X2 Hot Pro 18* If selected, do you agree to participate in an ongoing review thread? We require you provide hi-res, quality photos, and provide a review of the clubs. Absolutely Visit Ben Hogan Golf's online fitting tool and choose your specs. Include them in your post below. VKTR Hybrids - 18, 22, 26 - Aldila NV 85 Stiff FT Worth Iron
  7. Irons: Modus Tour 105 S N.S. Pro Regio Formula MB Type 65 S Thanks for the opportunity!
  8. Please answer the following: What's the current driver model you're playing? Cobra Fly Z+ What shaft are you gaming? (mfgr, model, flex, weight, tipping) Fujikura Speeder 661 Evolution Tour Spec, Stiff, 68gram, no tipping What's your current ballfilight? Mid Average driving distance? 250 carry Are you happy with this current shaft? For the most part - haven't found anything yet that I have liked better and not for a lack of trying. If chosen with you agree to test the new shaft and participate in an ongoing review thread with other GolfWRX members? Absolutely
  9. Wet towel + frogger brush during the round and a quick clean after the round at home. Keeps everything looking nice and I know that my grooves are clean. Grips get a cleaning every 3rd round or so. I sometimes notice the dirt on other people's clubs, but the only time it bothers me is when they complain about not getting any spin. Else, whatever. It's their stuff.
  10. Yeah, DAMS golf? Why would just the A come off? Seems like a knockoff. Also, the irons look suspect too. I would think Adams would turn down the ferrule better than the top iron in the picture and the serial number on the bottom looks odd to me
  11. I have played crosslines for years, so I always have at least 10 on hand as backups or to put on new clubs. I'll buy extra if they are on sale, or buy 13 to do the set once a year. The extra on hand covers any that wear out and any extra club purchases. I did buy some different lamkins to use (had already demoed them) and I bought 18 - 13 to do the set and 5 for replacement (usually have to do wedges more often)
  12. I am having a hard time figuring out what the hell you are talking about, what "around $9000 machinery" even means, and following your train of thought. And what this has to do with driver shafts and swingweights.
  13. Did you fix the tip in a fixture and rotate the the shaft with a dial indicator on the butt? Seems like it could be a bit of a subjective measurement. Regardless, runout to within 1.36mm seems reasonable to me on a 36+ inch shaft, butt to tip.
  14. You shouldn't lose any length at all, unless you purposely trim it to play to a 4h length.
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