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  1. Titleist SM7 Tour Chrome 56.14 F grind wedge Vokey Wedge Flex Shaft Golf Pride Tour Velvet Midsize grip $80 $70 $60 OBO, Message with offers pin 10/16
  2. Interested in a set of Srixon z745 or z785 irons with extra stiff shafts. Message me if you are selling either of these
  3. Graphite Design AD DI 7s 3 wood shaft (42.25 inches) with Ping G400 tip and Golf Pride Tour Velvet Standard - $150 $140 Sold pin 10/6
  4. Vokey SM7 56 Degree F Grind (14 Degrees of bounce) Vokey Wedge Flex Shaft Golf Pride Tour Velvet Midsize Grip Good Condition, plenty of life left $80 OBO Message me with offers
  5. Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black 6.0 Driver Shaft - SOLD -Ping G400 Tip -Lamkin Crossline Cord Grip -44.5 inches DM me with offers
  6. I play Mizuno JPX 919 Tour/Forged/HMP combo. Tour 6-PW, Forged 5 iron, Hot Metal Pro 4 iron. I am roughly a 12 handicap and have found that playing players irons that are smaller has improved my ball striking. I feel there is no where to hide, so I am forced to focus on making good contact and staying more controlled in my swing.
  7. MESSAGE ME IF INTERESTED SM7 Tour Chrome 60.12 D Grind Tour Velvet Midsize Grip Vokey Wedge Flex Shaft - $60 pin 3/4
  8. I bent my 919 Tours 1 degree strong to blend them with 919 Forged/HMP 4 iron and they don't dig for me. Swing is definitely more of the factor here, but the turf interaction is still great for me and they gap beautifully.
  9. SM7 60.12 D with Midsize Tour Velvet Grip for sale $60 OBO Used for a few months, plenty of life left. Message me with offers. Need this thing gone!
  10. I had them for a bit last year. Very similar situation. Hit them at the store and they felt great. I was hitting them better than my MP18 SC's at the time so I went ahead and found a set with DG120 S300's. Once I took them outside, I did not get along with how they interacted with the turf and the feel was not there for me. Mostly because I came from a Mizuno iron before. They are great irons in terms of forgiveness and absolutely loved the look behind the ball but they only lasted about half a season before I went back to mizunos.
  11. > @AG12 said: > Just did the white vinegar for an hour and the rough side of a sponge turned out pretty good > > Those look great!
  12. I found the 120 s300 to be a little softer for my swing. I could feel the shaft bend pretty substantially while swinging so I switched to Nippon 120 s. On paper, the Nippon may not seem like a solution but it feels more stable through out my swing.
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