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  1. Like new g410 3 wood with CK Orange shaft in stiff flex. Stock length. Tour Velvet standard grip. $225 shipping included to lower 48.
  2. First it was the Glide 2.0 Stealth. Currently, Ping Glide Forged.
  3. So I had been playing the '19 1x and it was a great ball. Spin, flight, feel was excellent. It was definitely longer than the '19 Pro V for me. Naturally, I grabbed some '21 Pro V1X and I hated them! Way to much spin in my opinion. Shorter on every club.. So I went to the '21 Pro V and I got that feel and launch I remembered. On whim I tried the AVX and I love everything about it. The one thing for me is it does offer low launch off the driver. For comparison, I'm normally an 8-9* driver and now I'm 10.5-11*. But the launch angle is exactly what I want to see. Normally I don't see enough differences between premium balls to say that this or that one is the best. I think they all bring something to the table and it really comes down to personal preference and confidence. After trying almost all the premium balls I settled in Titleist only because they seem to offer the "best" all around performance for ME! But I can say without hesitation, for me, that the AVX is consistently longer off the tee than the Pro V/1X. One more thing I will add to this already long post. I'm not a simulator/numbers guy. I do all my club/ball testing outdoors on the course or range. So my experiences are from what I'm seeing during play and practice. On paper or in the simulator everything might point to the ProV/1x as the superior ball to the AVX, but not for me!!
  4. 3.6. I'm usually right at 105 with the driver. Mostly played a Pro V or 1x but recently tried the AVX and absolutely love it. Definitely lower flight and loonnnngggg! I find they spin and hold greens just as well as the Pro V. And they are durable. I just played 18 and a 9 with the same ball. No scuffs just not as white when they were new.
  5. I was lucky that I never cracked one my first go around with them. I did notice they would loosen and of course my OCD would kick in and I would check them after just about every shot.
  6. I would suggest the ZX7, Apex line, and don't over look the Cobra Tour MIM.
  7. Man, an LTD rerun would be awesome! Definitely one of the clubs I regret selling, twice. Just found a 3 and 5 wood LTD brand new, so a driver would be perfect.
  8. Like new without tags. Each pair wore once. Black and gray. Straight to slight taper leg. 36x34. Price includes shipping. $40 each. SOLD!
  9. I have the zx7 also and I play the Glide forged which are great wedges. They are hard to come by right now due to the fact they have a new model coming. The Mizuno wedges look nice also.
  10. Like new Max LS 9* with MMT 60x shaft. Shaft has been trimmed to 45" playing length or -3/4 from stock. Has GP tour Velvet midsized grip. $450 includes shipping to lower 48. SOLD
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