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  1. No blister issues with my ZG21 and bombas either. Don't care for the looks of the CodeChaos shoes, but will try to snag a pair of Solarthons tomorrow.
  2. I randomly hit them when I was testing out some shafts for my current irons. They felt amazing. I had no interest in changing irons, but they felt so good I had to think about it! I was also super surprised that they were pretty long for me. The size of the iron made me think it would be short than my Srixons but they were pretty equal if not a touch longer. I ended up grabbing a set of TR20P from ebay - kind of hoping they feel somewhere close to the V's, because I'd love a bit of extra forgiveness. If they're as good as I hope, they'll probably be my backup set. Hopef
  3. Clearing out a couple of things. Feel free to PM any questions. Price includes shipping! 1) Honma TW-X irons 4-10 - SOLD Stiff with the Vizard 85 graphite shafts and Honma grips. 4 iron is still in the plastic, irons are in excellent shape. Standard length, loft, and lie. 2) Fujikura Pro 2.0 6S driver shaft - SOLD Measures 44" with a Titleist tip and a black Pure Pro grip, standard size. Pured by Cool Clubs.
  4. Still love mine. I always get asked about it, especially if I'm dropping putts. I really wish regular mallet headcovers fit it though. @labgolf Any plans to embrace the headcover culture and start offering some fun designs?
  5. I'd argue four weeks isn't a long time to wait right now. It honestly beats the pants off of most every other golf club manufacturer, especially the big boys. 699s are great clubs!
  6. Was just going to post that! Awesome deal on the ZG21.
  7. The 2021 ZIT are definitely wider. I have a pair of the aurora ones and they're basically the only ZITs I can comfortably wear. I haven't tried the Victory Tours in wide, but the regular ones were fine width wise, the issue I had with them (sent mine back), was that feeling like my feet were kind of on ice skates. Similar to the ZITs. I saw a review on youtube that mentioned this, and I honestly thought there was no way a shoe like the VT2s could actually have that issue (the don't appear to have a narrow sole like the ZITs do), but damn if he wasn't right. They were comfy, but I hated that fe
  8. Go for the DURA versions. The regular ones faded and developed white lint balls on me.
  9. My first driver was a Powerbilt Grand Slam. I got the full set, even came with the bag for $100 about 6 years ago. Hilarious considering how much I spend on clubs these days.
  10. I ended up cancelling my ZX4 6-iron for the same reason, ZX5s have been so great, no reason to even experiment. I waited like 8 weeks or so for my ZX5s, and it was worth the wait. But I had (and will always have) a backup set. The upside to these equipment delays is it has kept my money in my wallet.
  11. Any Ping fairway from the last few years will work.
  12. Clearing out some stuff! All prices shipped. 1) Srixon ZX4, 5-PW - SOLD These have Recoil 760 F3 (regular) shafts, +1/2 inch length. Standard everything else. Winn Dri Tac grips. 2) Footjoy Hyperflex 2021, black 9W - SOLD Worn once. Super comfy, just style-wise not for me. These run large, I am a standard 9.5. 3) Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour, 10 wide (filled in swoosh) - SOLD Worn once. These don't fit quite as well as my 2021 ZITs. Bought these on ebay, not lucky enough to find any in my local Ross. These run small, I am a standard 9.5.
  13. I actually found the ZX4 really easy to hit repeatable distances over and over, likely due to the forgiveness. They're great irons, I found the feel to be really nice, just not quite as nice as my ZX5. I seem to do better with slightly less chunky irons, for whatever reason. I have no visual issue against them, it's just a swing thing.
  14. Honestly, you're the perfect candidate to get a good fitting and go with their recommendation. You'll get to hit anything and everything, which is fun, but also will ensure you've tried things and come out with what you like. Everyone's game is different, and you might get fit into irons you wouldn't have expected. Given the fact that you're in a unique position with a lot of speed but a high handicap, as well as tall/broad, it's worth the expenditure. Especially as you keep clubs for 20 years. The expense spread out over many seasons of golf is worth it, whereas someone who gets f
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