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Golf4lifer

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  1. I would try the Maltby TS1’s iron from Golfworks. Blade looks with some built in forgiveness. They have been the best of both worlds for me and the bonus is they are inexpensive, but well worth the money. Have them build you a 6 or 7 iron with your shaft of choice and specs. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
  2. Why can’t a player be better with one club with a 38% GIR? Maybe with the other clubs they were at a 24% GIR...so in their case one club is better for them. We may not hear to miss a green to make par, but we hear plenty this is the side to miss on because it gives you a better chance at making par.
  3. What is your current gamer putter? Odyssey White Hot RX Rossi’s How can Cleveland's SOFT face technology help your putting? Feel and distance control What is your favorite Cleveland Huntington Beach SOFT Premier putter? #10.5 @35” If you win, do you agree to write a review on Cleveland's website? yes
  4. There you go....try them again!!
  5. Have you thought about the TS-1's? I was not a fan of the PTM's, but I love the TS-1's! They are fantastic, soft, and very easy to hit.
  6. Standard with 2 build up and 1 double sided. For some reason I’m not a fan of mid sized grips, but this set up works great.
  7. I got the tour v 125’s so they are .355 and I built them myself. Ask as many questions as you like. I’m a fan of the TS-1’s
  8. I had issues with the TS-1’s when I first got them, they just felt off and I was regretting the purchase. I decided to added some lead tape to them and WOW! They are an entirely different club!!!! And I’m in love! I think the KBS shafts I choose felt too light, but now they are just right. I did have to play around with the lead tape to find the feel I was looking for, but once I got the correct weight to each club they flat out perform. Might want to give that a try.
  9. I was hoping you just excluded that piece. I agree there are no need to play blades, but it’s personal preference and they may help the op.
  10. @WristySwing So are you saying you wouldn’t try to fit them for the best possible shaft, lie angle, length, and grip? You’d just sell them blades?!?!? Would the same apply if they asked for the t200’s for example?
  11. So if a customer comes to you and says they want a set a blades what are you going to do? In your 17 years of fittings you’ve never had this happened?
  12. The TS-1's are great and I have been gaming them for a while now. At first I wasn't a fan, but once I added some lead tape they have been fantastic! I have not notice any flyers and honestly I am thinking about buying a back up set just because. They are very forgiving for a blade design and are now making me forget about selling my beloved MP-68's. You cannot go wrong with them IMO.
  13. @2ndCut16 you may want to check out the Maltby TS-1’s from GolfWorks. It’s a player design but with a ton of forgiveness and might fill the need you’re looking for. Just a suggestion.
  14. Is it true that any type of iron can make a golfer a better ball striker with the right type of practice and time? Or is the only possible with gi/sgi type irons?
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