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  1. Looking to get a 5 wood in the bag, below are some ideas of what I'm thinking of: - Titleist TS2/TS3/TSi2/TSi3, Taylormade SIM/SIM2/M2/Tour Issue, Cobra RAD/Speedzone, Ping G425/410 - Shaft something in the Low to Mid launch and spin (LTD White, Accra Tz5/6, Rogue Silver/Black, etc.) Let me know what you have
  2. Madison, WI 104cc Prefer a pistol grip and have always considered the one SNSR grips in the past but the feel in the hands hasn’t been there. Have used golf pride grips on my others clubs for a long time.
  3. Mainly I've been using the Pelz Putting Tutor to get start line right. I also track how many putts and which side I miss on to see if any trends. I sometimes use my Eyeline Mirror to get set up right and have used a metal yard stick in the past. For tempo I'll use the Metronome on Google.
  4. 716 TMB which I've had for about year and a half
  5. One more for Studio Stainless. Had both back in the day and not sure the Studio Style would have ever happened if my Stainless wasn't stolen out of my bag. Was to young to realize I should have just replaced with the same putter.
  6. The retail store I frequent had three (one 6.5 and two 6.0) and they were sold within the week, maybe even a few days. I think I saw them the day they went on the floor and they didn't they had them sitting next to their TM iron sets. Doubt they'll have any anytime soon either. If you find them in a retail store and want it, grab it right away.
  7. Putting mirror. Has helped with a consistent day in and day out set up/feel over the ball along with starting the ball on the correct line. It really is the only "training aid" I use if you don't count tees, alignment sticks, and gloves. Can pretty much work on any drills given those items.
  8. Hybrid/4 iron and 9 iron/PW...I'm comfortable with "blading" a short iron to replace having a putter and actually do it as a drill sometimes during practice. Sometimes the lowered expectations and not caring will make up for not having a putter.
  9. I switched from a 56 S grind to a 56 F grind this year. Went away from S since I never opened the face of my 56, really just use it for full shots and straight face chips/pitches. Went with the F for a bit more bounce which I prefer on the full shots and have not seen any difference from S grind when using around the greens.
  10. I got back into playing tournament golf last summer after stopping after high school so about 9 years off. Night before, visualize your best shots you've hit on those tee shots, approaches, putts you've made on the greens, and your best chips. Also accept that you're going to hit a few bad shots or hit some bad putts and think about how'll you accept that and get onto the next shot. For your warm up, know it will be different than your normal rounds (more players around on the putting and range, better players around you warming up, etc.) and accept that you'll have some nerves (focus on your breathing, don't read into every warm up shot). I spent the last few minutes on the putting green with one ball and just making a bunch of 3 footers to see the ball going into the hole. On the first tee, make sure you slow down and go through your normal routine. Take a couple deep breaths and even acknowledge to your playing partners that it's your first tournament round or that your nerves. Focus on a balanced finish and pull the trigger. During the round, stay in your pre-shot routine, accept the bad shots when they happen, know you can make birdies on the course, and have fun.
  11. My personal opinion would be not consciously think about connection during the stroke. A simple drill that I do to feel "connection" while putting is to put a glove under each arm pit. Usually do from varying lengths but mostly 3-12 feet but some longer ones as well. After 5 minutes or so, everything feels "connected" again then back to basics (eye position, stance, etc.)
  12. Tried the P790 on a launch monitor in the local store and hit about 10 or so balls. Looked great behind the all and felt solid off the face basically everything I was expecting. Big difference from my 716TMB that I currently have was the shaft. Play a CTaper 130x and the Hzrdus 85 was verily light in comparison, which I knew going in. Would of liked to try a black 105 and given a more comparable test. Seemed to have a bit less offset than the 716TMB but didn't have both to actually compare side to side. Distances seemed similar after accounting for the difference in loft. Won't be changing in the near future but will be top of the list for possible replacements.
  13. No Sight Line Currently use the TM Spider Black and was my first putter without some type of line on the flange or top line. I was skeptical going in but had my most consistent season putting last year. Wanted to incorporate more "feel" into my putting, focus on the target, and "free up" my stroke which having no sight line helps me with. Contemplating going away from using a line on the ball during the early season and seeing what results are.
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