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  1. Same here, they are just easier to locate. SuperSoft Yellow is where it is at for me.
  2. Yeah, I'm definitely going back to Apex with the C-taper lite shafts at 105g. I think if I work on my swing a little more I will pick up some club head speed regardless of weight. I have to go back to what feels better tempo wise and stick with it. Even if I don't pick up speed it will be worth it to strike the ball better.
  3. Srixon makes a nice driver. You can get the Z585 for only $250 right now.
  4. On purpose. I don't have a fast swing speed and I thought it would help with that. There is only a 25 gram difference but the Apex iron just feels better to swing.
  5. So I originally got Apex cf16's back when I began my golf journey in 2016. I thought that I needed SGI irons so I traded them in and now I have Big Bertha B21's with a lighter shaft. However, I am struggling with these more often than I ever did with the Apex. I had an Apex 19 approach wedge laying around that I purchased individually with the heavier 105 gram shaft and I thought what the heck I'll add it to the bag and give it a try this afternoon. Sure enough I hit two beautiful high arching shots onto the greens with it the both times that I used it. I also think that the heavier weighted s
  6. KBS shafts offer the C-taper shaft with either a parallel tip or a tapered tip. What is the difference and how do I know which one is right for me?
  7. I'm a fan of hybrids, I say go with the 3 hybrid and stay thirsty my friend.
  8. I think that stronger lofts maybe beneficial to us average guys whereas traditional lofts benefit the studs. I don't hit my 7 iron 200 yards. I hit my 7 iron 140 yards. There is where I can use a 30 degree 7 iron and the additional technology and wider soles what have you. Now I can carry my 7 iron an additional 10 yards and feel better about my game not to mention the additional tech gives me a steeper decent angle for a better approach to the green.
  9. The standard Mavrik is comparable to the Apex DCB. I see no reason to upgrade unless you want to of course but you will spend more money that is for sure.
  10. Ping certainly has their occult following.
  11. So will a 45.75 driver cut to 45 inches require lead tape? Or is that not a whole lot to worry about?
  12. Ping is Chrysler Fiat - poor quality but a strong cult following none the less. Callaway is Ford plain and simple. Taylormade is General Motors Chevrolet plain and simple. Cobra is Toyota - a different offering but a solid choice. Fight me.
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