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  1. Came across these on the bay... what does everyone think? https://www.ebay.com/itm/RADAR-GOLF-FORGED-RAW-FINISH-COPPER-TOUR-BLADE-IRONS-3-PW-RARE/324371155765?_trkparms=aid%3D1110006%26algo%3DHOMESPLICE.SIM%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20200520130048%26meid%3D54fcb76e93b2472a9c61d92b763d678d%26pid%3D100005%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D12%26mehot%3Dpf%26sd%3D333819993433%26itm%3D324371155765%26pmt%3D1%26noa%3D0%26pg%3D2047675%26algv%3DSimplAMLv5PairwiseWebWithDarwoV3BBEV2b&_trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851
  2. Same forgiveness as the S55? I haven't hit the BP yet but now I'm intrigued.
  3. > @swgolf12 said: > > @wrm2120 said: > > The apartment complex I live in uses a version of this software/setup. > > > > It's really not bad for practice. I don't know if I'd personally invest that kind of money, but it feels generally accurate. > > Your apartment complex has a sim? That's pretty awesome. It's literally what put the building over the top for me. It's becoming more and more common in the DC area.
  4. The apartment complex I live in uses a version of this software/setup. It's really not bad for practice. I don't know if I'd personally invest that kind of money, but it feels generally accurate.
  5. Monte, would you describe your approach as similar to Scott Stallings' approach? I keep thinking about what you said about the set up and people not thinking they could hit a ball low from it...
  6. > @MPStrat said: > How Scott Stallings does it: > > Step 1: Ball position forward like a driver to not be super steep. > Step 2: Keep that face “hooded” or delofted through impact. Step 3: Swing path from the inside and low with your chest on top (don’t lean your body back) > > That ball position is fascinating.
  7. Well, I have taken the plunge. Looking forward to hooking it up and giving it a go. Mr. Chuck makes excellent stuff. I wish he still chimed in around here.
  8. > @"rich s" said: > Ok, got to the course but it was rainy so I just hit some stingers and came home lol. I hit 4 of them starting with the highest trajectory I use to the lowest. Shot tracer does not even pick up the low ones right if you look close. I only hit those when I am on a elevated tee box as they only go a few feet in the air. 17 degree hybrid, about 150-180yd carry and 220-240 total > > Such awesome control of the golf ball... that's amazing.
  9. I want these so bad... Time to work up an explanation for the fiance lol. What sort of thing would you be interested in trading for?
  10. Used clubs are the way to go for sure. You can also go with stuff that's from a previous generation too. I got my S-55s for 499.99 brand new from a Golf Galaxy because the iBlades were the hot new thing. Deals are out there for those who look. It never hurts to go to a golf store if you're near one and hit their used stuff and see what you get along with.
  11. I would love to learn how to hit this shot. When I want to hit fairways/hit it lower, I generally hit a soft knockdown with my 3-iron. It's more "middle" height than a true stinger type shot though
  12. > @Nard_S said: > > @wrm2120 said: > > I think a set of these is in my future, especially at this price. > > > > https://www.ebay.com/itm/TaylorMade-TP-MB-Iron-Set-3-Pw-Steel-Stiff-Flex/202763768247?hash=item2f35a991b7%3Ag%3A5j8AAOSw3nRdYbDz&LH_ItemCondition=1000 > > > > > > I've never hit these before. Any thoughts? > > > > > > Solid buy if you are comfortable with the shaft. Faldo had a hand in the design tweaks of them. I think I'm going to try and find something at a GG or something like it that has th
  13. I picked up a Top Flight set for my girlfriend off Golf Galaxy's website. Graphite shafts in everything. A driver, fairway, hybrid, 6-SW, putter, and a bag. Solid little deal. She hasn't taken to the game yet, so who knows if she'll get much use out of them, but they haven't been bad for the price. https://www.golfgalaxy.com/p/top-flite-womens-2018-xl-12-piece-complete-set-graphite-17tflw2018ldstpflset/17tflw2018ldstpflset?color=Print
  14. I think your problems start in the take away. You suck the club inside and roll it very flat. You sort of have to steepen from there to make contact. I was able to freeze frame your pre-impact position and this is what I saw You can see that the club head is starting to get outside your hands here. It's not a perfect picture but it was as close as I could time it. This is probably not enough to call "way over the top" but definitely steeper than you took it back.
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