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  1. Driver: Callaway Epic Flash (Triple Diamond) 9* Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Black 6X 3-wood: Cobra F9 Tour 13.5* Shaft: HZRDUS Smoke Black 6.5 Hybrid: Titleist 818 H1 21* (set at C1, 20*, 1* flat Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei CK 70HY S Irons: Callaway Apex Pro '19 (4-PW, 1* flat) Shafts: KBS $ Taper Lite S Wedges: Vokey SM8 (50*, Raw, 0.5* flat), Vokey SM6 (54*, Raw), Vokey SM8 (58*, Raw, 0.5* flat) Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold S300 (50*), S200 (54*, 58*) Putter: Scotty Cameron California Hollywood Grip: Original no-chord
  2. i210. Looks are good. Performance is great. Would age well with me. S55 close 2nd.
  3. I have an f9 tour 3W in 13.5 with a hzrdus smoke black. Best 3W I’ve ever had. It’s a bomber with low launch and never balloons. Looks are perfect. Easy to hit off the fw but I probably use it equally as much off the tee. It’s the only cobra club I’ve owned, and the only one I want.
  4. I can only comment on the Hollywood from this series, which has the lighter milling. It’s got phenomenal feel. Like best-ever status. It’s a solid crack/clack more than a click, no tingyness whatsoever, not hollow at all. It’s solid, but not as abrupt as the next gen deep milled calis. The deep milled calis were great. Felt amazing. But there was something special about the first round. Resonates amazingly with the stock no-cord grip, too, which is an all-time grip. I imagine the monterey will feel the same, although I can’t be sure.
  5. Pics of toe hang on CJ and the Headcover. the right Cameron is a 3/4 shaft flow neck, the left Cameron is a 1/2 shaft flow neck
  6. welp, after a ton of money in a roving cast of putters, tournament chances blown, personal low rounds donked, multiple grip techniques (sometimes in the same round), and bitter frustration, I had some real changes happen for my yips. A golf friend talked to me about my setup after watching me miss several short putts and yip long putts in a qualifier. He imitated my setup for me, perhaps exaggerated, and asked if I knew I was standing like this. Essentially came down to two big factors. Ball was too far from me, and I had a big angle between the shaft and my forearms. My hands were close
  7. I'd guess they are 320 without weights, as well, so that the 35" stock would have 10g weights and play at 340. Big fan of the first round of the cali series and the honey dipped finish, but the silver was great, too.
  8. Picked this up from Kenny Giannini. Just arrived and I threw a Lamkin deep etched grip on.
  9. Prices don’t include shipping, but I’m Midwest and shipping is reasonable everywhere. 1.) PXG 0317X, 17*, Handcrafted PX Hzrdus Black 6.5 85g, Golf Pride NDMC midsize black grip, $180 ($130 for head only) 2.) Odyssey Triple Track 10s, 35”, Black Lamkin Deep Etched grip, stock headcover, $old 3.) Ping Vault 2.0, 35”, red Golf Pride Tradition grip, stock headcover, $190 4.) Ping Sigma 2 Tyne 4, 35”, golf Pride Pro-only 88cc grip, stock headcover, $old 5.) Callaway Jaws MD5, 56*, 8c grind, Golf Pride NDMC midsize red grip, $90 6
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