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  1. Update.. it was crap... I added the weight back in along with the lead tape and it wasn't bad but swing weight felt a bid heavy. Ended up just taking the tape off.
  2. Great info! I'm heading out to play today, should be a fun little experiment. If it turns into a disaster easy enough to remove tape and put weight back in. I don't have and launch monitor so I'll just be going off ball flight, distance, and dispersion compared to what I normally see.
  3. I guess they don't want golf-spy referenced here?
  4. I removed the standard TS3 driver weight (~10g) and added 10 strips of 1/2"x2" 5mil lead tape (~10g) centered right behind the face. This is basically taking 5% of the mass and moving it forward about 75mm. So I think that means cg is moving forward about 3.75mm (5% of 75mm). Im just experimenting trying to bring spin down a little more. Rough guess based on my golf spy 2019 driver cg and moi https://Not allowed because of spam.com/2019-driver-center-of-gravity-and-moi-report/ I think this will pretty much change the cg similar to the cobra F9 with weight in forward position. I also shortened
  5. I just picked up a Sigma 2 Wolverine H. Amazing putter! The sigma 2 is so soft. Anyways, in general does anyone know the size of this head/ a cover that would fit it. I don't have the putter in hand yet and would like to get this cover asap. Thank You
  6. If you have experience in this please give your input. If a person was to get fitted for a set of irons and they figure out their optimal shaft, length, grip, loft, lie, swing weight, etc. Would those specs Be able to be applied across the board for different heads that are similar in specs? Or does choosing a different head require a new fitting?
  7. If you have experience in this please give your input. If a person was to get fitted for a set of irons and they figure out their optimal shaft, length, grip, loft, lie, swing weight, etc. Would those specs Be able to be applied across the board for different heads that are similar in specs? Or does choosing a different head require a new fitting?
  8. The TE forged is on left TS-1 is on right
  9. Just received the TS-1's in the mail today. 3-pw with x100 shaft. +2 in, standard loft and lie. Pure white jumbo grips (I'm a big guy). I am an 8 handicap. I was pretty skeptical to order these. I was worried they would be pretty chunky for a blade. I love the profile of blade irons but need a little bit of forgiveness. I own the TE forged as well and really like those but was wanting more blade. After thinking about it and researching as much as I could (which since they are new there isn't much on them) I ordered them. Right away when I unboxed these I was very impressed. Very sleek and
  10. Does anyone have any measurements on the different models of pgx irons? Blade length, to height, heal height, sole length? I want to compare these with maltby ts-1 and ts-2. Seems like they may be pretty similar. $550 with dg shafts off golf works.
  11. I posted this under long drive, now I'm thinking that's the wrong place... So I'll put it here too. First off, I'm new to this site, as of 20 minutes ago. Thanks for having me! I was playing my lst with a 75g 6.5 hzrdus black. 45" long about D3 swing weight, standard grip size. Everything was working well so I decided I wanted to tinker around and spice things up. I'm a big guy (6'4" 280 pounds, not a lot of fat, just a big guy), I have a lot of power with a smooth swing that maxes out around 110 mph. I was playing a little shorter than the stock Ping g lst length of 45.75" for more cont
  12. First off, I'm new to this site, as of 20 minutes ago. Thanks for having me! I was playing my lst with a 75g 6.5 hzrdus black. 45" long about D3 swing weight, standard grip size. Everything was working well so I decided I wanted to tinker around and spice things up. I'm a big guy (6'4" 280 pounds, not a lot of fat, just a big guy), I have a lot of power with a smooth swing that maxes out around 110 mph. I was playing a little shorter than the stock Ping g lst length of 45.75" for more control. The only thing is the ball address just wasn't correct. I'm tall with shorter arms so I typically u
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