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  1. This is a Taylormade SIM 14* 3 wood head. It's in great condition, please see the pics. Just some slight marks on the bottom, no chips and the face is really clean. Comes with original headcover. PM me with any questions, no trades. Looking for $260 Shipped. Thanks.
  2. 10-15 yards is nothing. That's not even the difference between most peoples really good and average drives. As far as amateur golfers go, they are really in the same distance category. Driver A is the obvious choice here due to the penalties and punch outs Driver B is likely to incur. If Driver B was just playing from the rough a few more times a round then I would take the extra distance.
  3. It takes considerably more skill to use a lot of loft all the time. But the versatility and precision is what you get for the work it takes to get competent. Like said above, most really good players all the way to tour pros are using 56-60 for almost everything inside 100 yards. If you have any doubts in your mind about contact in your short game you're pobably not going to be effective with a lot of loft. Most people that don't have a ton of time to practice would be better off using something 50-54 degrees for more consistency.
  4. Finally got my profile unlocked.... Nice to see you move over to the SIM woods. I'm thinking the driver would be a good move for me from the M5. I find the M5 a little tougher to move right to left, any thoughts on shot shape bias for M5 vs SIM driver? Is the SIM 3 wood better than the M5 off the tee due to the bigger head? I'm much more hesitant to move on from my tour M3's, they're just about perfect.
  5. See post #9: https://forums.golfwrx.com/discussion/731065/how-to-not-look-like-that-guy-on-a-mini-tour/p1
  6. Have a couple Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero fairway woods for sale today. Both are in nice shape, the paint on the top has some smudge marks in the clear coat at the right angles as shown. But face and sole are very clean. Shafts are the HZRDUS Smoke 70 gram in 6.5 flex (X-stiff). Specs are all standard and come with orginal headcovers in like-new condition. The grip on the 13.5 is standard, the grip on the 18 is mid-size. **I am looking to get $200 each OBO, or $350 for the pair, Shipped via USPS priority mail. ** No trades whatsoever, let me know if you have any questions. Pics: 3
  7. > @brew4eagle said: > Tried a cart one round and immediately went back to carrying. Sun Mtn 2.5 with 12 clubs a few balls and a rangefinder, barely notice it on the shoulders. The SM 2.5 made a huge difference for me. Always carried through high school and college and desk job was making me consider the push cart but just lightening the bag a few pounds made a huge difference. Really didn't want to resort to the push cart.
  8. > @getitdaily said: > > @JJK947 said: > > ^Slightly muted feel and lower spin than the '16 M1 for me. Both are great heads but I'd take the M2 from that era for a little more forgivness and not lose anything. > > > > Mine is 460 head 9* > > Tensei Pro Orange 60 TX > > SS is currently 110 > > 1 click towards lower and factory weight setting > > > > This setup is a mid flight, low spin fade machine for me. My draw swing is dead straight and my normal driver swing produces a 5 yard fade. I may play with settings next year to all
  9. ^Slightly muted feel and lower spin than the '16 M1 for me. Both are great heads but I'd take the M2 from that era for a little more forgivness and not lose anything. Mine is 460 head 9* Tensei Pro Orange 60 TX SS is currently 110 1 click towards lower and factory weight setting This setup is a mid flight, low spin fade machine for me. My draw swing is dead straight and my normal driver swing produces a 5 yard fade. I may play with settings next year to allow for getting a draw more easily. But I drove the ball great this year knowing that it is not possible for me to hook this club.
  10. > @MBBG said: > One thing about these being set up with a TI S400 shaft and Z cord grips is that you won’t get much in the way of dampening from the grip or shaft compared to other OTR wedges out there. > > I played the JDM 2015 forged Vokeys for 5 seasons and these are similar in feel to those with the same grips. (CP2 Midsize wrap). Shafts were Modus 125 Wedge in the Vokeys. > > I will say that with range balls there is a distinct and loud click with these wedges I’ve never heard before with any other wedges I’ve played. But with premium balls on the course, no cli
  11. > @ChristopherMcDonald said: > looking forward to a tiger filled afternoon. What's the best way to watch all of Tiger's round? PGA Tour Live seems like it would be dicey at best? Tees off about 10 PM EST. I think the Tiger Channel, I mean Golf Channel coverage starts around then as well. I don't think PGA Tour Live is doing this tournament.
  12. If you're ballooning P790's there's something wrong, whether it's the swing or the fit. They are a low spin design compared to a forged blade or CB. Not sure about how the short irons play, I'm really only speaking to the mid and long irons as those are the ones I've had significant experience with. There's also a big difference between a high ball flight and ballooning. The P790 are designed to have a higher flight relative to their lofts and players irons in general. Unless you play dinky little courses with soft greens, you want a high ball flight as long as spin is in an acceptable range a
  13. Tee shots with trouble on both sides. And short sided shots around the green out of the rough. Easiest would be anything between 120 and 140 approach. If I have any doubt I always try to get that yardage.
  14. T20 raw wedge shipping delay is the only thing holding me back right now. Driver head and possibly iron shafts are the only changes I would even entertain for 2020.
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