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  1. The first one I remember we’re the King Cobra and Tommy Armour 845 irons. I think the Diawa Hi-Tracs had stronger lofts too, but not sure what the lofts were.
  2. There is no such thing as a bad shaft. It may not work for you, but it could be perfect for someone else. My advice would be if it’s not broke, don’t fix it.
  3. How was the condition of courses? Heading there on Friday for 2 weeks.
  4. Anyone know the difference between the ball McNealy plays and the retail version?
  5. The one dot represents low bounce. It was released in 2007, and they are very good wedges. It was designed for all golfers and played by tour players to 20 hdcp. I played some raw cg14 wedges for a couple years.
  6. Funny how being a billionaire let’s you do whatever the hell you want. I’m just glad he lets guys make great golf clubs.
  7. I play PXG irons, but not because of the ads. Bob Parsons has billions, and chooses to do his own ads which are AWFUL.
  8. It will spin a couple hundred rpm’s more off the tee with lower trajectory. But it’s the best I’ve ever played inside 100yds. Might give up 5-10yds off the tee tops.
  9. I think you will be VERY pleased with what the XS gives you. If you want more spin around the green you will love the XS. It is a little softer but IMO it’s just a better ball all around than the TP5.
  10. My info came from Tom Wishon, but not doubting your findings.
  11. You can defintely see alot of that design carried over into the Founder's Club 200 Series and Tour CB irons, and alot of the Vokey look in the Defense forged wedges.
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