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  1. Pittsburgh, PA Handicap 6 Current wedges are Callaway MD2 52,58 Why do you want to try the Milled Grind 2 Wedges: Have been a big Callaway wedge user, it finally seems Taylormade is catching up to everyone else when it comes to wedges. If selected, do you agree to participate in a review thread? We would ask you provide hi-res, quality photos, and provide a review of the wedges? Yes
  2. Have a trihot #1 and #3, classic purters all milled, great insert. Use them both with a tri force #3 on my practice green. However current gamer is Oworks 7s, just so easy to align. If you ever get a tri hot just keep it, they are something else.
  3. Callaway epic 18 it’s adjustable as well
  4. Don’t see a ten year old club in a tour players bag ever
  5. Played with the 104cc today. I installed on a Odyssey tri hot 1. A smaller mallet. I agree very similar to the pistolero. A true pistol style grip with a soft feel, but material seems like it will hold up pretty well. After using a variety of superstroke grips over the past few years it was quite a big difference. The feel compared to a ss ultraslim 1.0 (similar size) is night and day to me. Feedback improved and not as muted. If they could offer more colorways, these would be much more popular. Pics to follow.
  6. I have a set I play once in awhile. 3-pw with satin px6.0
  7. Former cf16 user had a 4 iron with recoil 110 and a 21 apex ut stock kbs tour v 110, kept the ut more forgiving and hotter off the tee where I used it more.
  8. Received mine roday 104cc, softer then previous snsr. Will be comparing it to an ss ultraslim 1.0. Pics to follow
  9. Yes, can’t beat price/performance/looks
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