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  1. Up for sale are my Srixon Z765's 4-PW. They are standard length, loft, and lie. Comes with the Nippon Pro-Modus 120S stiff shafts. I just upgraded the grips to the blue MCC plus 4's. I bought these brand new and have loved every second with them. As you can see in the pictures, they are in great shape. I cleaned them thoroughly after every round. Very light bag chatter. I always used iron covers when travelling to and from the course. Asking $400 (SOLD) with free shipping to the lower 48. Thank you for looking! Please message me for more details.
  2. 1. Baton Rouge, LA 2. 7 3. What ZX iron set do you want to test? ZX7 3. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Yes 4. Current Iron setup? Srixon Z765 with KBS shafts 5. What is the most exciting thing about the ZX irons? Looking forward to see how they compare to my current Srixon irons. 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? Yes
  3. SOLD-- I’ve only worn them for two rounds. Basically brand new. They’re a little too big for me. As you can see in pics, still really good shape. No creases in the toe area. They have been cleaned and sanitized. Thanks for looking!
  4. I saw recently that they are in talks to add PXG to the lineup for the same $30/mo cost. That would be pretty awesome.
  5. I would scratch PV off the list. Kind of ho-hum. Stonebridge is a great course. Can't go wrong with this choice. Good mix of holes. I really like the Bella Vista courses. They have some great layouts with some good elevation change. I grew up and currently live in south Louisiana where our courses are all flat. i really enjoyed the elevations in Bella Vista. Like I mentioned earlier, Dogwood was always my fave. You will use all the clubs in your bag. Now if you don't mind driving 2 hours, you can make it to Branson.... Great courses up there. :)
  6. Great clubs, but I'm going to pass on them. Thank you for the offer!
  7. Hi everyone, I'm looking to trade my Srixon Z765's for similar type irons of equal value. I want something a little more forgiving but still a forged iron. The irons come with the Nippon Pro Modus 120 stiff. Stock Golf Pride velvet grip. Standard lofts and lies. They are in great shape. Very little wear and bag chatter. I've played roughly 25 rounds with them. Love these irons. I'm interested in the following (preferably with the Nippon shafts) Titleist 718 AP2 or AP3 Mizuno MP line or JPX TaylorMade P790, P770, P760 Callaway Apex (non-tour) Ping i200, i210, or i500 Possibly even th
  8. Pebble Beach (Lived up to every expectation and then some) Spyglass Hill (was pretty underwhelming to me outside the first the 4 holes. But still appreciate the course) Kapalua Plantation course (Definitely a fun course with breathtaking views) TPC Scottsdale (meh) TPC Louisiana (the absolute worse. Not one memorable hole. Only in good shape when PGA tourney is coming up) Southern Hills CC (outstanding old school CC.) After reading some of your lists, I need to play more courses!
  9. 1. The Trillium 2. Scott McCarron 3. Oxygen Putters 4. Sheepskin Great looking putters!
  10. Thank you!! Avalanche RH 10.5 deg Project X Hazardus Smoke 60 STIFF Standard length Standard grip Lamkin Crossline BF connect
  11. I lived in NW Arkansas for a few years. Any of the Bella Vista golf courses are nice. Some good elevation changes, etc. My fave was Dogwood. Good mix of holes. Stonebridge Meadows in Fayetteville is a good course too if you want to drive down 30 min or so. There are two private courses, Pinnacle CC (LPGA events are played there) and The Blessings (2019 NCAA championship will be played there) are great if you can get on.
  12. I think this is pretty good for someone who loves a new driver every season. You do a subscription for 9 mos/ $270 a year and get a new driver every year instead of shelling out $500 plus at a retailer every year. Anyways I saw it on FB, just wanted to see if anyone was doing it.
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