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  1. Playing this shaft at the moment. Done some head switching lately - considering tweaking lengths, weights, you know the drill; so its hard to say anything definitive when your setup isn't locked in. BUT I'm liking the DF. Its kind of a goldilocks shafts - if you had this in the right flex and weight I doubt you would hate it. Its not terribly stout, but its not soft anywhere. Its not demanding, doesn't have any weird kick points. It's stable but it's not firing bullets. If i had to pinpoint the feels I'd say its a medium butt, firm mid, firm tip. I just thought of this but its alm
  2. why on earth would someone be giving Kyle Berkshire flack for this.. he makes it, he doesn't, he has a long shot, he has no shot, he's not even trying. Who the hell cares? Its about the journey fellas - ask David Duval who finally raised a claret jug as was like, this is it huh? Ask Tiger Woods, the most accomplished player of all time perhaps, divorced and can't stay awake on a 3 mile drive at 7:30am. Its been said a million different ways - heard a new one recently from Bruce Lee that's pretty cool: “I have preserved blossoms for many years, but never fruits.” Its cliche but so
  3. After starting my golf life with hand me down pings (first set were old school Karstens, then Eye2s), my first brand new set were the Mizuno T-zoid Pros. Played those irons in my only USGA tourney (to date). I recently picked up a 7 iron from that set and marone they're some good sticks.
  4. I'd push back on length being the biggest reason you hit a 9i better than a 6i. Loft is massive factor in limiting spin axis tilt (offline shots). Head weight also increases MOI a good bit. And your 9 iron target is just a lot closer to you, giving somewhat of an illusion you're more accurate with it (which you are, just saying a closer target is easier to hit). I honestly don't think the 1.5 inches is the biggest issue. If 37.5" is such a constraint to your ball striking then god knows how you can play a 42" fw not to mention something approaching 45.
  5. ha that's funny they use the exact lengths I mention I think you could actually rig up any set with those length specs. You're never more than an inch off standard - and that's the 3 iron that's a full inch - most people need to play a lighter swing weight 3 iron anyhow. I typically find most short irons end up needing heavier tip weights so longer length could be definitely be managed with the right set. If you're using something with a big pocket cavity in the long irons which you'd prob want to to boost launch, they're basically lead tape receptacles anyway.. thinki
  6. I'd love to try it... something tells me a two length system would be better though... thinking 38" 3-6 and maybe like 36.5" 7-P
  7. thanks guys... so I sent a quick note to MCA in addition to posting. Someone got back right away (gotta love that on a Friday night). Straight from Carlsbad, the DF tip to graphic is 18 inches even. Seems weird to be so close but just a little different ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. This would match up with the information I was given on the DF I just bought, which I was kind of doubting.
  8. anyone know if the DF is the same?
  9. Can anyone confirm the tip to graphic on the DF is the same as the ZF? I read on another thread the BF is 18 3/16 which would appear to be the same as above
  10. 1. City and State? Atlanta, GA 2. Handicap? +1 3. What ZX ball do you want to test? Z star 3. Are you able to test equipment on a golf course with one week of its receipt? Yes 4. Current golf ball? Titleist Pro V1x 5. What do you look for when buying a new golf ball? launch and spin windows, adequate distance 6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? yes
  11. I've hit 120x, 120tx and 125x. 120x plays pretty light if you're used to a 130 gram shaft, but that's probably a good thing for many. It also plays noticeably softer than the other two. 120x possesses the soft mid that profile is so well known for. More for a swinger or someone who doesn't bring a lot of speed. Notice I said OR, if you're a smooth guy who can generate speed you can probably still love this shaft. 120tx on the other hand almost just plays X100-like for me, doesn't have that kick you get from the X. And doesn't require a lower gear, it can handle most a
  12. MP-4s and X100s sold. Got an offer for the 4 iron, will separate if someone wants the 5 iron.
  13. They're awesome... was trying to be a little sales-y saying I'm the weirdo who doesn't need this amazing set of irons haha. Want some backup heads? These gotta be a little cleaner than your gamers
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