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  1. They are not cheap, but I found UST Recoil Prototype shafts to perform relatively similar to DG shafts in the 115 gram weight. The shock dampening of that graphite is a huge difference from steel. I switched from DGX100 7 years ago and my hands are much happier.
  2. I'm no expert but I believe the non-pro is counterbalanced also. And how it impacts you might depend on how sensitive you are to swingweight. I tend to lose head awareness when the swingweight gets too low, and counterbalancing lowers it some. Just a couple points makes a difference to me, which I think proves just what head cases most of us are.
  3. Just a random thought, but isn't the Tensei Orange counterbalanced? I don't believe the Ping Tour is. That could make a difference.
  4. I'm typing this from a chrome browser. No issues here.
  5. I've walked when it was 118, but I am used to walking also. I think the big key is you have to be well hydrated BEFORE you go out. If I know I have a tee time in very hot weather I'll usually make sure I take in at least a gallon the day before.
  6. Bridgestone says Tour B XS is the correct fit, and I agree. Really enjoyed watching Tiger win the 2000 US Open at Pebble Beach. Playing a different course than anyone else.
  7. > @ORT said: > What have you used this season and which did you end up liking the best. I've gone thru G400MAX, Titleist TS2, and now Cobra F9 I can't think you enough for starting this thread. It has helped me feel so much better about my driver HO-ing tendencies! Sort of like a support group ...
  8. I had just moved from the Precept EV Extra Spin to the MC Tour Premium. And I still have a couple sleeves of those original Prov1 balls in the plain white box from before they went for sale.
  9. Nice, thorough report, Chef. Those detailed fittings are fun, aren't they? Thanks for sharing.
  10. Brad Faxon said he always tries to play as much break as possible. Because of that he only thinks of whatever speed is needed to play that line.
  11. > @MonteScheinblum said: > I’m upper. I bet koepka is too > I thought maybe you were, which is why I was picking on you with the question. Very interesting. Thanks for the input, Monte!
  12. > @MonteScheinblum said: > > @leegee38 said: > > > @MonteScheinblum said: > > > I actually have a theory on this. With the saturation of lower body intents, most of the guys who succeeded at the highest level were lower and lower mid guys. > > > > > Since I know you are familiar with Dr. Wright's stuff, I hope you don't mind me asking: > > Do you think an upper core guy could be as long as the longest lower or mid core guys? > > How would you categorize yourself? > > > > > Why would lower core be longer? >
  13. > @MonteScheinblum said: > I actually have a theory on this. With the saturation of lower body intents, most of the guys who succeeded at the highest level were lower and lower mid guys. > Since I know you are familiar with Dr. Wright's stuff, I hope you don't mind me asking: Do you think an upper core guy could be as long as the longest lower or mid core guys? How would you categorize yourself?
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