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  1. love the TS2 hybrid I use. Ping 425 looks really good. Used cobra for a while but don't like their newer ones. Tried the callaway apex which was ok but only try that if you miss left all the time. Haven't given TM a chance since I don't get along with their woods.
  2. Callaway driver, lob wedge, putter Titleist 3 wood and hybrid (finally something matching for me) ping irons cleveland sand wedge (needs an upgrade)
  3. Love mine. Feel could be better. Very forgiving, mishits stay straight and get basically the same distance as well struck. They are way easier to keep straight than my blades I came from. i200 and i210 look better but the difference isn't enough to justify the price right now.
  4. Same thing as the first pic happened to my GBB epic and the whole top came off right where that one was cracked (back half). They told me it was not under warranty and I could do non warranty and send it in for a mavrik for like $300, terrible deal, I was expecting at least a deal on the new ones. I like having the weight adjustability and since ebay didn't have any gbb epics that were clean I just got the epic max LS on ebay for $450, it had been hit like 5 times. Opted for that so I can keep my current shaft I like so much and not pay ~60 more to just try that shaft i
  5. I play 44.25 now and don't care about distance that much but don't think it loses any. I can barely hit the clubface with a 45.5" being a 2 handicap. Driver was always my weakness and if I'd have figured it out ~15 years ago and not been injured a lot in HS could've gotten some scholarships, then took my 20's pretty much off. Found a sweet spot with a very stiff counterbalanced shaft high loft head playing anywhere around 44". Have to absolutely load up on lead tape I found out so I bought a scale to get the head over 200g. I'm 6'1 and play irons .5" over too. All about comfort for me since it
  6. Have been trying to find a 3 wood to kick out my old v steel with the dg lite shaft and had trouble with all I've tried. With the steel shaft I love how I can tell exactly where the club and club head is at all times, but the shaft is definitely looser than the rest in my bag all being x flex shafts. The DG lite is 100 grams and looking for new shafts to try. I thought my oban purple 85s shaft would work with an epic flash but hit the thing awful and it lacks feel somehow. For my hybrid I've had no trouble using a tensei blue 80x so kind of stumped with the 3/4 wood. Th
  7. Would try putting lead tape on the toe of yours first and see how that feels. Weight in the toe slows down the face from closing too fast. Then try cranking your driver down (can't remember if G400 is adjustable). If it's not hit a buddy's driver with the loft down and see which one of those two feel better for you.
  8. Thanks guys this is good stuff. Get where you're coming from on Club Champion but I saw their spend $275 for $350 black friday deal and went for it. Big shame on the guy pushing all TaylorMade stuff, I would get angry at him on the spot for that. I got a full fitting there 3 years ago after not playing much since the high school team and got a lot from trying all the new stuff and just purchased a lengthened gap wedge to match my 4-pw set. I'm a tinkerer and an ebay-er so fully plan on getting a driver/3 wood from there but will probably buy a new sand wedge lengthened
  9. Had scheduled one in 2 weeks for all clubs but looks like a lot of new drivers, fairways, and irons are coming out the next two months and not sure if I should wait. Worried I fit for likely a SIM driver and fairway I liked hitting and then they have new ones in a month. Not sure if Club Champion will have the new Ping and Cobra drivers yet or not.
  10. find a fitter that does gapping sessions, think even PGA SS does them. Then get the lofts changed to what you want. I bought used pings 3 years ago and really liked them so sent them to Ping with below specs. Back then I was guessing so about to do a gapping session in my full fitting in 2 weeks 4 iron 2 degrees strong 5 iron half club strong 6 iron loft 7 iron loft 8 iron half club weak 9 iron half club weak pw half club weak uw same but know this needs to be changed
  11. @TheMoneyShot Thanks MoneyShot. Not sure why more people don't demand the moveable weights, sometimes I start to hit big fades and being able to just dial the weight to the heel can save rounds for me (pretty sure not legal mid round). You've removed me from following this and just getting disappointment while nobody can find what we should call from here on "the pic"
  12. For me it was with driver getting a high lofted, heavy counterbalanced shaft, cut down shaft and covered in lead tape for swing weight. Getting rid of penalty strokes really cuts off shots. How about you guys?
  13. Haven't seen a pic but can someone tell me if either/both will have movable weights towards the heel and toe? It's something I want but wish the regular SIM had that more towards the back of the club. Thanks
  14. I recently cut mine down half an inch and it plays either 44 or 44.25 now (not sure which) and had to add quite a bit of lead tape to the head. It doesn't hurt much if any in length and is much easier to swing. Don't see myself ever playing a maximum of 44.5" Also my irons and wedges are .5" long and I'm 6'1
  15. @gopherlover I've personally tried an absolute ton of gap wedges and what ended up far superior was a ping i20 (til I have $$ for i210?) gap wedge that fitted my iron set. 95-115 yard shots have become a sweet spot for birdies and never hit it fat or thin. At a low handicap surprised how few pros go with the iron gap wedge. fyi my gap is 50, old 56* bent to 55, and a PM grind 60 that helps mostly with thick rough and short sand shots.
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