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  1. Pre Mark an alignment line with a sharpie then three dots in a triangle on both sides of the ball. Seems to last the best If I pre-mark early.
  2. I opted to replace the DG105s with my preferred Modus 105 stiffs and I now absolutely love this set of irons. Very soft, dispersion is great, and very workable. Tour Edge is building some great clubs and is very underrated for their offerings outside of fairways woods.
  3. What is your current handicap? 6 Current gamer fairway? TEE CBX 119 Current gamer hybrid? TEE CBX 119 Where are you located (City, State - US Only Please)? Perkinston, MS What club would you like to test? 3 wood If selected, do you agree to participate in an ongoing review thread? We require you provide hi-res, quality photos, and provide a review of the club? Yes I do.
  4. Same thing with me. My transition is now smooth and I stay in balance and chest behind the ball to drive it.
  5. Lots of rain in my area yesterday, so what do you do: You go to your local golf store and use their hitting bay. I have been frustrated with my driver for years, hit it well but not consistent so since they were slow their best fitter and I tried several different shafts. After trying a bunch of 60 and 70 gram S and X shafts we found the magic one, an 80G HZRDUS Smoke X that was nothing but straight or power fade bombs. With a faster club head and ball speed, lower launch angle, and lower spin. 10 yards longer in my driver with better dispersion and I found instead of having to focus on
  6. I have the EXS Pro forged irons what were delivered last night. I posted some pictures and thoughts in the equipment forum but BLUF: these are beautiful irons that feel and perform as well as just about anything else on the market.
  7. First impressions: I love these irons. The compact shape frames the ball nice at address. They have a hair more offset than my P770s but it is so minimal that I couldn’t really notice at address. I am not sure what the swingweight is, but they feel slightly heavier than my 770s. At impact these feel as soft and crisp as my 770s. Obviously there is a slightly different feel due to the DGs vs the Modus in my 770s but they feel as good or better than most irons I have hit. Very easy to work both left and right and up and down, I easily could do a one ball nine shot drill. I had the loft
  8. So I took a chance on buying some new irons since my P770s are over 3 years old and I can return these in 30 days for a full refund if I don’t like them. I had hit the CBX forged and liked the but these look even better I opted for the DG105S since I have Modus 105S In my P770s The blade length is a little shorter than my 770s, about 750 size Top line is a little thicker as you can see from the comparison pics of my 770 7 iron and the EXS Pro 7 iron i am going to try and get a little range time in this afternoon
  9. The 2 wedges you'd like to test (complete with finish, grind, bounce, shaft: HLX 3.0 50/8/C and 54/10/C with Nippon Modus 3 wedge shaftsWhat is your favorite feature of the HLX 3.0 Forged wedges? Bettinardi makes beautiful putters the same is true for these wedges. I would love to see the improvements Bettinardi has built into these. Current wedges? Taylormade Milled Grind. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and high quality photos? Yes
  10. It is a hot face. I think last year EXS came out at this time of the year and then about a month later the CBX 119 came out.
  11. I have the 11.5 with an Even Flow Blue 6.0 60G shaft in it and it is a bomber, hit it almost as far as I hit my M5. Tee it low for low bullets or I can tee it higher for a long high flight. However there just isn't a place for it in my bag because I do hit it so long so I am going to sell it.
  12. My Del Monte came in on Friday. First off it is a gorgeous different look for a Taylormade, the finish looks great. I ordered a 34 and in hand coming from a TP Juno it feels much heavier. I have been waiting for a Taylormade Mid Mallet Blade style and now I have it. Behind the ball at setup the blade frames the ball well and the sightline makes lining up putts easy. Well struck putts feel crisp and roll well. Short range and long range lag putts are better than with my Juno, but it is at the mid range 8-12 foot putts that for me this putter shines as I seem to be making just about everyt
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