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Gnomesteel

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  1. That makes sense. I believe they forge different heads for various lie angles. Cool of Titleist to offer bending different heads for you. I just got lucky that my specs were available.
  2. Got my set today. T100S, 2º upright, Modus 120 Stiff, stock grips. Ordered on 4/1. 2-3 weeks earlier than expected.
  3. I ordered a T100S set with Modus 120 stiff shafts on 4/1 and was told to expect them early May.
  4. Just got home from the fitting and I ended up with a completely different set than I had in mind. Figured I'd go with either the MP20 combo set or ZX7s... but the Titleist T100S with Modus 120 Stiff came out on top. Loved the feel and turf interaction. Lofts are a little on the strong side so I'll need to adjust my wedge gapping, but I'm stoked. Really hit them well.
  5. If you're looking for a lower cost solution the Bridgestone J15CB is one of the best heads I've ever played. Hard to find though.
  6. I would do this, but I'll be fit at an outdoor range and I assume using their range balls. It's a top shelf range and experienced fitter so I'm sure he accounts for this somehow. Bit of a bummer, but for me it's more important to hit off real grass.
  7. Here's what Mizuno recommends. Looks like a good plan to me. You can play around with a few different set blends on their website.
  8. Yeah, this is a big fitter. They sell a ton of sets, and they haven't had i210's on the shelf for months.
  9. Will be getting fit next week and fitter told me to just ignore the i210s as the wait time is at least 2 months, but he expects it’ll be even longer.
  10. Appreciate all the input. I'm leaning towards a combo set of 4-5 HMB and 6-PW MB. My thinking is if I'm going for the extra help in the long irons might as well go all the way to the HMB. We'll see how the fitting goes though. I really want to get whatever gives me the best numbers.
  11. Right on, that's good to hear. I have mixed feelings on the HMBs. Great off the tee, but the sole is too wide for my taste on turf. Maybe it's the bounce? I'm going to let the fitting results dictate my order so we'll see what comes out on top.
  12. Hello all, I'm going to get fit soon, and even though they're a bit old now, I'm leaning towards a set of MP-20s. Likely a combo set of either the MMC or HMB in the long irons and MP short irons. The Srixon ZX7/ZX5 combo also looks good, but they're backordered and not sure I want to wait. I'm also a Mizuno homer and miss having a set of Mizuno irons. Anyway, for those of you that game a set of MP-20s, how are you liking them after some time in the bag? Would you buy them again?
  13. Man, this is tempting, but I've promised myself that I must go get fit before buying any new clubs.
  14. Sad. He was so easy to root for.
  15. Good catch. Maybe he's dropped the Titleist hat deal. Uniqlo certainly has more money.
  16. It's really not. Roger recently acquired the rights to use his logo from Nike, and he's also a Uniqlo brand ambassador like Scott. I'm sure they're friends and it's just a nice gesture now that Roger can use his iconic RF logo again.
  17. This really comes down to fit, and finding clubs that spin & launch properly for your game. I'm a 2 and plan to get fit for a new set next year. Currently playing a combo set of X-Forged(P-8) and Apex CF16(7-4). The Apex 7 iron in my game is right on the line of launching too high but it's otherwise amazing. When I go in for a new set I want the most forgiving club possible that still spins and launches appropriately. Thinking that could be something like the Ping i210's, but I wouldn't be opposed to something even more forgiving.
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