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  1. I am looking to buy Bridgestone J15 CB heads. I am specifically interested in 7, 8, and 9 heads in reasonably good shape but will entertain full sets as well.
  2. Two items for sale. Condition is as shown but I can answer any questions. PayPal only, will ship to CONUS. All offers are welcome. 1) PING Sigma G Anser with stock Headcover. Length = 35 inches, Lie = Black Dot, Grip = Black SuperStroke 2.0 (well-worn), Price = $115 OBO: 2) Cleveland RTX ZipCore (Tour Rack) Raw 58* Wedge, Full bounce with S-Shaped Sole Grind, please see the first image for specs as ordered directly from Cleveland, only used sparingly in practice although some face wear from the bunker can be seen, Price = $115 OBO SOLD:
  3. Looking at Getty Images it appears he had a G425 driver in Cyprus as of late October. A couple images from today are less clear but still appear to be the G425 with a Kuro Kage shaft.
  4. I always thought the basis for allowing armlock type methods of putting was logical. The current rule allows you to anchor the putter to a part of your body that moves as part of the stroke (i.e. the forearm) but does not allow you to anchor to a stationary point (i.e. the torso/stomach). I think this line of distinction makes sense for what the governing bodies were attempting to do with the rule.
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    White Hot OG?!

    So obviously the Ten didn't exist for the original run of the White Hot, but what are the chances we can get something like this with the White Hot OG insert?
  6. I just picked up a like new Yes! Penny (C-Groove) for cheap and really love the head shape and overall balance, surprisingly so honestly. However, there seems to be very little information still online about this putter. Does anyone know the standard specs (loft, lie, headweight) on this putter or even which line/model/year of putters this was in? It appears that there are multiple color options for the paintfill on this putter; did the color relate to any differences in the heads? Any tidbit of info would help, thanks!
  7. To clarify, this is his driver shaft. Looks like he had been playing a Ventus Black previously.
  8. City, State? Columbia, SCCurrent wedges? Cleveland RTX 4 Raw (50, 54, 58) MIDWhat conditions do you play in (soft, average, firm)? Average (range from very soft to very firm based on time of year)One thing that would improve your current wedges? Consistent contact in the bunker.Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and high quality photos? Absolutely.Do you agree to write a review on Cleveland Golf's website? Yes.
  9. Couple of looks of the driver via Getty. EDIT: Added one of the 3 wood sole. Looks similar to the M2 Tour from a few years ago.
  10. I've played a 3 wood with an Elements Fire 7 for years, it has been the one constant in the bag through that time. There is something so familiar about the profile of the shaft that just seems to work. I'm not sure why I've never thought to try the Fire in a driver but I'm at a point where I'd like to begin some driver shaft testing. All that said, is there a modern equivalent to this shaft from UST or other manufacturers? It appears like there are some places that have old stock but I am curious to see if this profile can be found in something newer.
  11. Best I could find on Getty from Round 1 of Saudi Int'l: Looks like the same from last week, Round 2 at Torrey:
  12. The PING site claims his 50 degree has the half-moon grind and the 60 degree (and maybe 56?) has the wide half-moon/extra heel/rolled leading edge grinds. Would love to hear him and the PING tour fitting staff discuss the process for selecting all the grinds, would be quite enlightening.
  13. It's almost certainly this Bettinardi DASS Prototype 3 Step _Blade_ as seen on the Bettinardi Registry (ref. RJB002451): https://www.bettinardiregistry.com/products/6148 Very close or identical headshape to the more widely known 3 Step _Jam_.
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