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  1. Leupold. I've had the 3xi and now the 5xi. Excellent range finders, and the best customer service in the business bar none.
  2. I have a set of the Epon 302's. I play them irregularly against a set of Onoff 2015 Kuro's. Both very good iron sets, but I personally like and play the Onoffs much more than the Epons.
  3. Another vote for the Winn Dri-Tacs here in North Texas. And the poster above is correct...you will not get more than 1 season out of them, but they're worth it IMHO.
  4. I also play the AF-202 3HT and echo the thoughts above. Wonderful feeling club that just wants to go straight.
  5. Hot, humid conditions here as well. Winn Dri-Tacs work very well for me, and have for the past 3-4 seasons. Only complaint is they wear out too quickly.
  6. Edel. Another very well made putter from Texas.
  7. 8 Onoff Kuros 2015 & UST Mamiya 95S Prototype Club Champion, Hank Haney Golf Ranch, Lewisville, Texas 95i Tour S Yes Thaks!
  8. I've had 2 sets of the Recoils since 2013, with the ion finish. Both are in play as alternated gamers. I have not experienced any loss of finish or flaking on either set, and they get a lot of use and abuse. Mine are the Prototype 95 f4.
  9. Place holder. 3 grips received, but have not had a chance to install yet. Will try and get that done in the next day or 2. OK, finally got around to getting these installed. I put them on my driver, 4 hybrid, and my pitching wedge. Just looking at them, they appear to be slick, but are in fact quite tacky to my hand. They weighed 52 grams each. My normal grips are Winn Dri-Tacs because I live and play in Texas. It has been unusually hot and humid already his year. I love the Dri-Tacs. They are everything I want in a grip, except, they wear out waaay too easily. I especially li
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