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SixSixGolf

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  1. I think it's great. Compared to what it was before, it's an absolute home run. Interesting green complexes, wide open, and they keep it firm and fast. If you want a course that's overwatered with a bunch of elevation change, you're not going to get it.
  2. > @drvrwdge said: > > @SixSixGolf said: > > > @drvrwdge said: > > > I kind of 2nd what everyone has already said. Most OEMs will adjust for length in head weight if ordered longer than standard. Mizuno uses lighter weight heads and Ping will use a lighter weight insert in the port. This will give you stock SW at the added length. > > > > Maybe if you're adding half an inch. Big golf club companies aren't custom weighting iron heads on over length builds. This gets regurgitated all the time online but it just doesn't happen. I think Mizuno is the o
  3. > @drvrwdge said: > I kind of 2nd what everyone has already said. Most OEMs will adjust for length in head weight if ordered longer than standard. Mizuno uses lighter weight heads and Ping will use a lighter weight insert in the port. This will give you stock SW at the added length. Maybe if you're adding half an inch. Big golf club companies aren't custom weighting iron heads on over length builds. This gets regurgitated all the time online but it just doesn't happen. I think Mizuno is the only company that has light heads and they're only 5-6 grams lighter at max.
  4. > @Hobbs said: > marronandwhite - > Thanks for the info. Based on your numbers, you swung the MP-5 on an outside to in path (club path avg -3.4). Which explains the dispersion with the MP-5 (either a cut/fade/pull). When you swung the P790s the swing path was an inside out path (club path avg +5.2 and +5.8) which promotes a draw ball flight (or push draw). First thing I noticed too. Two completely different swings. Moving path 8 degrees with just an equipment change is a little odd.
  5. The club numbers with that stiff shaft scare me. Club path 10 degrees in to out is going to be tough to control.
  6. You're well inside the top 1% of driving distance. Go play golf, stop playing trackman spin numbers.
  7. > @JCAG said: > I was privileged to know Don White. I was involved in inducting him into the PCS Clubmaker's Hall of Fame. A Master Grinder he is, but he is not a club designer. Don's forte was grinding blanks to suit the specific golf as in make the club look like they wanted it. Yes a Master in one respect but not a golf club > designer like say Tom Wishon. Huh?
  8. I already did. Standard lofts, zero offset, killed LE, but most important: low head weight to get D5 swingweight at 2" over standard. Completely transformed my iron game. ""![](https://s3.amazonaws.com/golfwrxforums/uploads/editor/oa/nbsbkkwanrgs.jpg ""
  9. There's a video on the NLU youtube where they're in the tour truck and the Callaway guy says the 3 diamond head is a little smaller than the retail version. ??
  10. I use a 36" 2016 newport with the same Ping grip tiger uses and it came out to F3.
  11. People repeat this all over this forum but it's just not true. OEM's have heavy heads on tour trucks but they dont make lighter heads. Mizuno has B weight heads but they're barely lighter. I've had a sets of both TM and Callaway iron heads in my hands and on my scale that came from over length builds - and that have been on the order of 10 gm lighter than "standard". That's not a case of manufacturing tolerance being off a bit or simple weight sorting. The most recent was a set of TM RSi 2's. The Team Titleist "Concierge's over on their forum frequently post that they have lighter weigh
  12. People repeat this all over this forum but it's just not true. OEM's have heavy heads on tour trucks but they dont make lighter heads. Mizuno has B weight heads but they're barely lighter.
  13. Four Mitsubishi Fubuki J 50 gram shafts for sale. Here are the specs on all of them: 1. Stiff - 43-15/16" - white superstroke midsize grip - titleist tip - $90 SOLD 2. Xstiff - 44-5/8" - superstroke grip (now removed) -titleist tip (has ~1" extension in butt end) - $;SOLD 3. Xstiff - 43-1/8" - cp2 pro wrap midsize grip - no tip SOLD 4. Xstiff - 42-7/8" - no grip - no tip - $60 I can remove tips/grips if you don't want them. I can also add butt extensions or cut down if you want a certain length! 2016 Callaway Mini Staff Bag. In good condistion, some wear from being in a cart but I would
  14. Spieth wedge and Tiger putter? Holy s*** Tony.
  15. P790 UDI. If you bent it weak to a 3 iron it would have zero offset.
  16. Can't support Lynx after what they did to club pro guy. Dumping a staff member on twitter? Not cool.
  17. Spin loft causes spin. You would need to get some launch monitor numbers to get any meaningful insight from the forum.
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