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  1. I just got these numbers off of the simulators at the PGA superstore, they don’t have any of those specific path details unfortunately. I’ll see if I can try the shafts but I’ve hit a few low launch shafts before but it’s been a while. I think the 9* head will get me closer to the answer. Thanks!
  2. In this head only the atmos blue, very soft for an X and other than just a few rpms it’s a great feel and easy to swing for 18 holes. Not too boardy or difficult to swing. Didn’t get numbers but last time I changed it I don’t think numbers would have mattered, wasn’t a good option. I don’t like the face too open bc I’ll want to throw it shut with the right hand and bad things happen there! I tested the g425 and it felt even heavier, too heavy IMO!
  3. I’ve tried that a couple times and for some reason have trouble hitting it solidly. Is a 10.5 turned down the same as the 9* head? Or are the angles and balanced different to make the impact just off? Or is it mental??
  4. I’ve got a g410 LST 10.5 with an Atmos Blue Tour Spec 6x and it’s a great driver but having trouble getting launch and spin down. Usual numbers are 255 carry with 2600-2800 spin launching at 16-17*. I know these figures aren’t optimal and with a 9* head they improve a bit but dispersion isn’t great. Any shaft idea to help with this spin and launch issue?
  5. I’ve got a g410 LST 10.5 with an Atmos Blue Tour Spec 6x and it’s a great driver but having trouble getting launch and spin down. Usual numbers are 255 carry with 2600-2800 spin launching at 16-17*. I know these figures aren’t optimal and with a 9* head they improve a bit but dispersion isn’t great. Any shaft idea to help with this spin and launch issue?
  6. Phenomenal clubs, I’ve been ranging from +1 to scratch and have the 4 iron in 585 and 5-pw in the 785, Modus 120. These feel so good, soft and solid and dare I say, feel better than the mizuno clubs I’ve had in the last. V sole is nice, very playable. Srixon is a sleeper, don’t think twice!
  7. Srixon 785 irons are awesome. Endo forged, feel soft yet solid, and are forgiving. I was a mizuno guy for years but now a Srixon believer!
  8. Just ordered a B.2; very intrigued and looking to simplify putting. I love Anser 2 shapes but sometimes get in a weird place regarding my ongoing ‘do I forward press or not?’ internal debate!
  9. Follow up, took to the course yesterday and played 18. This putter feels amazing, very solid, but softer than expected for a smooth face. Looks great, closest to the Rickie and Tiger shape that I’ve seen at retail. It’s a keeper!
  10. Ended up buying the GSS 330g model, arrived this week. Feels and looks awesome, hoping to get on the course soon!
  11. This particular shape looks so clean and as close to the Tiger shape without spending lots of $$$$$.
  12. I emailed yesterday about a sight dot, hoping to hear back soon.
  13. Anybody try one of these yet? They look awesome, I love the lines of this blade.https://carbonputters.com/product/carbon-ringo-303-gss-330g/
  14. Agreed, that's why I went with a smooth face. Wanted to replicate Tiger's putter as close as I could, except for the weight. Don't think I'd get along with 326g (or whatever it exactly is) at 34" as it would be way too light I'd imagine. I've always liked the sound and feedback on smoother faced putters anyway. I never have been a fan of super soft putters.
  15. I've got an order in for a 620, Tiger-inspired - Sight dot, smooth face milling, vertical stamping and dots. Looking forward to it, I like the clean design of this headshape. Appears more streamlined than the 615, but hard to say as I've never seen any in person. ETA 4-6 weeks so we shall see!
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