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  1. 8-PW for me as well. Great sticks. Don’t love the sole as I take some earth and the offset blending in the short irons wasn’t great for me. To be honest it wasn’t my favourite in MP20 either but certainly better. It was more of a shaping thing.
  2. Reading through your experience with your Miuras I’d personally opt for the T100 as the offset will be a bit lower. I found the offset blending on the 921 tour didn’t work for me. Another idea would be to try trading your MC 501 for some TC201. That’s what I’m playing and the offset is definitely much less visually compared to the 501. They’re incredible irons.
  3. You should be able to break par from the closer tees before moving to the tips full time IMO. I play men’s league from 6700 and casual play from 7100. A couple of my buddies I play with try to argue that it’s easier for us to play tips because we hit it a long way. I tell them they should be able to shoot better scores from 6700 and not to whine haha. As others have mentioned the big difference is par 3s and if your ball striking isnt there for a 4 iron of those models you should probably just keep grinding the swing as you said you’ve been doing. It’s also important to keep your exp
  4. Is your 7i 170 carry or 170 total? PX 6.0 is a drastically stiffer profile vs. DG 120 S300. That said, if you got fit at a reputable place, the next step is not to go home and Google shaft profiles and what they should do. You get fit into things for a reason and your particular swing may have worked well with the fitted shaft even though it may not theoretically fit from what’s on the tin. As a side note, 99% of the time people say they’re hitting the ball too high it’s because they’re flipping at impact. I know this because I use to do it. No shaft will fix that. People assume that
  5. Agree. Also, to counter @DON SVO's point, Collin hits it pin high more than anyone on tour right now. True, he is not as long as some of the predominant faders like DJ or Rahm, but he is a weapon of a mid/long iron player. That was easy to see during The Open. I also think that @c7015 is correct in that the US Open might be the most difficult. The fairways are so firm and narrow and the rough so crazy that at the length they're setting those courses it is a huge benefit to be further down and hitting more loft. That said, he was one of only 12 guys under par at Torrey so he's got a chance...
  6. Jack, tiger, DJ etc would beg to differ re: the right handed draw but yeah he’s a streaky putter for sure. If he gets that sorted consistently he will be winning a whole lot of majors.
  7. 6000 total is what I heard for all models and sizes
  8. I’m now looking and see that ordering two was probably a good call haha. My pro got them for me.
  9. So I ordered both a NP and NP2. I’m going to sell the one I don’t play. Anybody know how limited these are? I’m not going to gouge like many do with this kind of thing but I also don’t want to get stuck with a second expensive putter. Chances these go up in value like the T22?
  10. Also have ADHD. Symptom wise maybe a bit different. I'm just saying, so many higher HCs on here claim to use blades because "they make them focus". Everyone should play what they want to play, but it's generally an ego thing - "I have blades in the bag". I've been there. They look good. Launch monitor doesn't lie though. Just about every single player no matter what speed starts to get helped at the long end of the bag with a CB of sorts.
  11. The "lazy" argument is just so lame. I use an XF UT 4i because it helps gap to my less than 3w club. I can hit a bladed 4 iron with zero issue at all, I just enjoy the ease of launch offered by my 4i. Our greens are rock hard (I rip wedges off greens at munis and they just stop at best on ours) so the extra height is appreciated when trying to get close on 220-230 par 3s. Do you think I focus less on hitting that club because I know it has a bit of help? Not on your life.
  12. Baby Blades are a yep. MB 001 are dope. Sleepers are the CB1008.
  13. Mark says the main help is launch and that I do believe is the case. This season I've been playing an Apex MB combo. I started the season with 5-PW in the MB and an X forged UT 24 bent to 22.5 (it was going a bit too high). I have 5 and 6iron Apex Pro 19 heads as well, and I put the 5iron in play instead of the MB about 2 months ago. I do believe that it is more forgiving and offers more consistent launch. I have no issue with distance, my ball speed with 6i is ~137mph. When I had a Titleist fitting day at my club recently, I hit the 620 CB vs my blade and found the Cb more forgiving than both
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