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  1. In my full set I have 5 wedges, but the Rogue X PW is more like a 9 iron. 41, 46, 52, 56, 60. But all last year I carried a half set with only the 46 and 52. I have no trouble opening up the 52 around the green and rarely missed the 60. And I shot a couple of strokes better than with the full set 90% of the time. For me it depends on how far I usually find myself from the green and comfort level with the open face.
  2. My full set includes PW, AW from Rogue X set, plus 52 & 56 Mack Daddy. I gave up on the 58 degree, it was either great or considerably less than great. This year I switched to a light carry bag and half a set. I'm using the AW (46) and the 52. I may think about a 54 instead of the 52, but I'm having no problem hitting it wide open. Better scores with the half set.
  3. ECCO are the only shoes I've found that really fit me. My feet are too wide for mediums and too narrow for wides - so I often have the choice to slosh a bit or have my toes pinched. I'm thrilled to find shoes that really work for me at any price.
  4. I got new hybrids last year and now my 4 hybrid is only 5 yards shorter than my old 5 wood. Any thoughts on 18* hybrid or 5w for my new club.
  5. I purchased my first range finder this past fall (Z6 Tour Jolt) but have not used it yet because of an injury. The company is offering me a one year extended warranty for $32. I don't usually consider such offers but have no experience with range finders. Are they fragile enough to require this added expense? Many thanks.
  6. I have a stick (formerly called a chicken stick for reasons passing understanding) for Tiger Woods Wii Golf. It looks like a golf club cut off a few inches below the grip, with a tray glued on to hold the wii remote. So you hold it like a real club and swing it like a real club. It's not a perfect substitute, but it's fun and beats just waiting for the snow to melt.
  7. I just received my Bushnell Z6 Jolt. Due to an unfortunate ladder accident I can't play until next season, but I wanted to make sure it worked. This is my first range finder. So . . . it wasn't very satisfactory. The image looked like it was a mile away and I couldn't read the words. I also took a while to find the mode button, but I blame the instructions forthat one. After a few more minutes of frustration I realized I WAS LOOKING IN THE WRONG END! It works great now.
  8. Last year I used my phone and found it too much trouble - take it out of pocket, wake up phone, scroll to score card. It had some advantages, but so does the score card (recording how close approach shots stop, etc. I switched to a watch.
  9. I am ready to pull the trigger on a Bushnell z6 tour jolt range finder, but have a couple of questions. Do to an unfortunate accident with a ladder I am unable to play until next season. Do you think they will get cheaper if I wait until spring? A new one just sold on ebay for $277 - seems like a reputable seller. Would that make you nervous? There is only one model of the z6 tour jolt as far as I can tell, so I don't imagine it's an older model? Many thanks.
  10. I just started wearing a GPS watch this year (left wrist) and I don't notice any difference. Most days I wear a pretty good sized Omega and I don't take it off when I stop at the driving range - don't notice a difference there either.
  11. I have Tour and Proto and ordered a pair of [url="http://www.truelinkswear.com/shop/mens/true-lyt-breathe.html"]lyt breathe[/url] just this morning (for around town, probably not for golf). My calves were sore the first few times but I have wide feet and they are the most comfortable shoes I own.
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