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  1. I purchased mine with the sole purpose of being a tee club. I have a 4w and 7w around it that are versatile enough to allow me to hold greens from longer distances. At my home course, it comes out about 3-4 times. I could see myself using it off the deck if our grass really dried out and was playing into some wind to try and run one up, but so far, just tee club.
  2. TXG did a video with the standard tour series a while back. Although a very small data set (1 tester, 1 club, several shots) I believe there was some form of correlation with attack angle as they altered between under and JMX grips. That being said, I love the 4 JMX tour series Medium I bought to test; so much so that I am regrouping the rest of my set with them. My driver miss at the moment is a push cut, but it's miles better than the flip hook I was with before. I can't say that it's all attributed to the grip slowing face rotation, but probably more so better sequencing as of lately.
  3. After playing with JumboMax Tour Series Medium on four clubs for about a month, I can confirm they are my favorite grip and I will rapidly be switching the remainder of my bag to them.
  4. Idk about best bag, but my FlexTech Crossover has suited me well. As for pushcart recommendations, I always recommend TGW carts for best bang for the buck. 4 models available, decently priced, and even better so when their sales come on like every other week.
  5. Glad to see Brice get featured! He'll probably be buried with that 2 Hybrid and the 2 Ball. Needs to bring back the sharpie alignment on the 2 ball.
  6. A. TM MG 50, 54 and MG Hi-Toe 60 B. Yes. TM P790's C. 45*, 50*, 54*, 60*. I played a Milled Grind 58* previously, but really liked the ATV sole grind on the Hi-Toe. D. 9* in the 50, 11* in the 54; both are the standard bounce edition which look like a Vokey F grind with more heel side grind. I don't believe there is a listed bounce for the ATV grind on the 60. E. Whatever I bought them pre-owned with . KBS 610 in 50*, TT Dynamic Gold in 54*, KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 in the 60*
  7. I'm not sure of any recent irons marketed as draw bias, but I distinctly remember the R7 line from TM having a draw edition, although I think their CGB max as well may also be considered draw biased in their product specs.
  8. macedan

    Sub70 vs PXG

    +1 for the move to graphite. Best equipment decision I've made.
  9. macedan

    Sub70 vs PXG

    I guess PXG's new lineup is cheaper, but this is the first time I've ever heard them described as "best bang for the buck". lol Jokes aside, I unfortunately cannot offer a comparison between the two in terms of performance, but can guarantee you that you won't find customer service anywhere near as exceptional as what Sub70 can provide. I would echo a previous poster and consider their demo program if you're interested in testing them.
  10. I enjoyed my set of Rbladez, but from a sales standpoint and appearance to a variety of handicaps, it's hard to objectively argue P790's aren't the best TM iron (from an economic standpoint).
  11. I meant to ask the last time I quoted your post, but what have you found the durability on the Jumbomax to be like? Someone made a comparison of them to Winn Dri-tac's which brought back memories of having to throw on a new Winn every 5 rounds because it had the durability of a cattail.
  12. I'm trying out JumboMax Md right now? How are you liking them so far? I wear a Med. glove and started with Midsize CP2 Pro's and have thrown the JM on 9-50* and D so far to try them out. I love the ones on my three irons, but still need more work to be comfortable with the driver. That said, all of my Midsize's now feel like undersize. When I first got into playing a few years ago, I think I had a Cleveland CG4 PW, CG11 52*, an older Vokey 58* and a CG11 60*. I didn't know much about wedge gapping at the time haha
  13. The top of my bag has always been a cluster****. I can't even look at a hybrid to save my life, but do well with iron designs...but also need something high launching...but also need a little more forgiveness than a 15* 3W.... but also want a dedicated tee club. This conundrum led me to my current set-up, which I'm hoping will last me for sometime. I play mostly parkland courses, with some short par4's and occasionally gusty conditions. After several rounds of trial and error, the top of my bag now goes: D, 16.5 3HL, 18* 2u, 21* 5HL (cut 1"), 5i. I haven't (with my own eyes) see another bag with a DI between fairway woods. What about your bag makes it quirky?
  14. Step 1: Grab a 7 wood Step 2: If step 1 is not applicable use a low iron/wedge to take your medicine
  15. Not today, but this is my first time on the forum since playing on Monday. Shot a PR 85! Driver struggled early on, but my irons were about as crisp as I have ever struck them! Had some interesting plays as well. On the Par 5 6th, I blocked my drive right, tried to hoist my 2nd over trees back into the fairway (no good window below), got hung up, punched my 5 through the fairway to about 105 but on a terrible slope with trees preventing a wedge shot, punch and run draw with my 8i to about 10 feet on the back fringe, a chip and a putt for a bogey that felt like birdie. On the par 3 8th, I thinned a five iron right into a goose's behind and two putted for par On the par 4 9th, I attempted a hero shot (terrible idea)and made a lucky triple bogey. On the par 4 10th, I duffed my tee shot into a hazard, dropped and left my 6i short right of the green from about 185, left a short sided pitch short of the green with my 60, then chipped in with my 9i to save bogey. On the par 4 13th hole, I stuck a knockdown PW from about 125 to 3 feet for a birdie...followed by to PBFU doubles on 14 and 15 On the par 3 17th, I left my tee shot short left and chipped in from about 10 yards for birdie with my 9i. Overall, my absolute best round. Granted, the green complexes weren't terribly sophisticated, but the course was very wet and the back 9 plays fairly tight. Tee to green I felt in control.
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