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  1. I'd love to give the P7TW's a shot, but I just can't justify spending that kind of money on a set of clubs that will be worn out that quick. So probably leaning more towards the Titleist's at this point. Those 620's have had me drooling since the first time I saw them.
  2. Hahahaha!!! I mean that's what I'd do if I really wanted to be on tour. Way less stress too.
  3. I've got one other buddy that I'm aware of that's a WRXer. He's the reason I'm here. Other than that, no one that I am aware of is on here.
  4. On wedges, I don't keep extras around. I just get a new one when the current one wears out. 60's last me a year or so, maybe a little longer. 54's are a few years.
  5. I'd guess the same thing based on current delays on clubs and balls.
  6. Have to agree with what's being said regarding it being a swing issue. Only other thing I would throw out there is maybe the launch monitor was off. I'd go try to get numbers again, maybe off a different monitor just to see what it says.
  7. Those certainly look interesting. Is anyone on tour actually gaming them yet?
  8. I'm also in the camp that feels they are more difficult to see both in the air and on the ground.
  9. Yes, one set for me. I do have other putters laying around, but they don't make it in the bag much at all. At most, a round or two a year typically. But no spares for me. In regards to the setup, it's a combination of consistency and aesthetics/wants. The club has to look good to your eye, it's got to be desirable to hit, but it has to work and work consistently. If I want a given clubhead, I can typically find a way to get that club to work, at least for the most part. Obviously some high spinning iron built for higher handicaps won't fit the bill, but you get my point. I can't force a shaft into a club though. That's one thing that you can't ever dictate. Hope that helps!
  10. Everyone has hit the nail on the head here. The X is probably going to be the best ball for you. Longer off the tee and will spin more with your wedges.
  11. Sorry, WITB: TS2 driver, Fuji Precursor X shaft M2 3 wood, TP7HDe X shaft TS3 5 wood Diamana D+ 80 X White Board Adams Pro Gold 20* Hybrid, Project X Graphite 6.0 tipped 4 iron: Titleist 718 TMB, DG Tour Issue X100 5-PW: 718 AP2, DG Tour Issue X100 54 and 60 Degree Vokey SM7 Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport
  12. One set and I change very rarely. I change irons when the grooves go. Wedges are the same. 3 wood is an original M2 and it’ll be in the bag for a long time because it does exactly what I need it to do. Still using a Scotty from years and years ago. Driver I update every 3 years or so. I’m not an equipment junkie, I find what works and stick with it. Changing equipment requires a lot of time to make sure things are right and, unfortunately, I just don’t have that much time.
  13. Hitting the Pro V. Durability is a big reason why I went that route compared to others.
  14. Interesting. The only reason I don't play the TP5x is because of durability. I would shred the cover every time I hit a wedge shot. Love the ball, but that gets costly. Still hitting the Pro V because of that.
  15. Awesome post, glad this got bumped back up. Curious to know how the follow up went. Where did you go that you were able to try all of these?
  16. Juming in simply to say I love this thread. Been debating on going back to blades after taking about 10 years off from them. This thread certainly doesn't help!
  17. I went with the TMB 4 iron with my AP2's. Love it!
  18. I am not seeing that they offer the 6 degree bounce option in a K grind, but regardless I think MelloYello hit the nail on the head. Your best bet is going to be going to a store and checking them out in person. See what sets up and looks best.
  19. Yep, most of the time you can find them on eBay. Might ship from China, but at least you can find them.
  20. Lol, good post. I'm sure everyone has their differing opinions, but pretty well drawn out.
  21. Just depends what he decides to game from the looks of it. I see 15 clubs - Driver, 3w, two hybrids, 5-PW, and four more wedges including a 64.
  22. Should be interesting with the delays in production they've been having. Wonder if they'll push back the release as well.
  23. My setup is very different than a lot of folks. I have driver, 3 wood, 5 wood, 4 hybrid, 5-PW, 54 and 60 degree. The biggest gap I have in yardage is 20 yards through the bag. My home courses also have a lot of shots that fall in the 220-280 range (Colorado), which is why I've filled a lot of gaps on the high end. I'm fortunate that I've been going with the PW-54-60 combination for years and years, so I'm extremely confident and comfortable with any yardages that fall in those gaps. For the vast majority of people, four wedges is going to be better than three, but I've learned to live with three. Good luck!
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