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  1. Srixon Z Star XV. That BOGO sale is amazing.
  2. City, State? Atlanta, GACurrent wedges? RTX4 50, 54, 58What conditions do you play in (soft, average, firm)? Mostly firmOne thing that would improve your current wedges? More consistent bunker playDo you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and high quality photos? YesDo you agree to write a review on Cleveland Golf's website? Yes
  3. 1. City? State? Atlanta, GA 2. Handicap? 5 3. Current set up? TaylorMade Sim, Hzrdus Smoke Yellow, 76g, 6.5 flex, played at 44.75 4. What would you improve? I would love to try a longer, lighter counterbalanced shaft to gain a little speed. 5. Which Tensei AV RAW shaft? AV RAW Orange 65, x flex, 45.75 6. Do you agree to participate? Yes!
  4. Hi all, I wanted to love this putter, but there is too much mass behind the ball for my eye. Willing to sell but really want a mini driver in a trade as a Christmas present. I used it for the last quarter of the season. It's in good shape with minimal markings minus one tiny paint nick on the top of the head near the face towards the hosel, which is almost invisible. This will include the headcover, which is in great shape but got a little dirty recently during a rainy muddy round. I can clean and send pictures of that if needed. Taylormade Spider X Copper / White 35" Standard loft and lie
  5. > @Bobb3rdown said: > > @MPSgolfs said: > > > @Bobb3rdown said: > > > 58. Need to get one in a low bounce though. Got my **** kicked the couple times I played super dried out courses this spring. Or v sole just isn't good on tight lies. Either way. Need something in the 5-6 bounce range with heel and toe relief. Probably gonna go rtx4. But those hi toes look awsome. > > > > I have the 58 Rtx 4 in 6 degree bounce. I love it, but in really wet conditions this winter I found myself struggling a bit with digging. For most conditions, including dry ones,
  6. > @gvogel said: > > @puttingmatt said: > > I think Brooks collapsed at the Master's. It was in his reach and he could not close the deal. Brandel is not far off his assessment. > > Did Tiger collapse at the PGA last summer? It was in his reach, and he could not close the deal. Exactly. Brooks and Tiger both shot a 70 on Sunday at the Masters. I'd hardly call Brooks' round a collapse. After doubling 12, he eagled 13, birdied 15, and had great looks at birdie on 17 and 18. They just didn't drop. Dude is a monster. He's not going anywhere.
  7. > @QuigleyDU said: > other than wedges, and decent putters the whole cleveland brand is just above full set budget brand stuff. Which is sad, it was once a great brand. if you want new cleveland stuff, go buy Srixon. Srixon sent me a survey asking if I'd buy a Srixon putter. So maybe even the Cleveland putter line may be usurped by the larger Srixon footprint. Then it'll pretty much be a wedge specialty company. Which is a shame, because I've always loved Cleveland clubs. Apparently the HB Launcher was a great line of drivers/FW woods/hybrids. I've not hit them.
  8. Removing 20 degree 3 iron and adding 19 degree hybrid has made that 200-215 shot so much more comfortable. I'm amazed how much it's helped my game. Even after a subpar drive on a par 5, I usually still get into a decent scoring position for my third shot. Previously, when I wasn't striking the ball well, I'd struggle with everything from 5 iron down through driver. Now I know the hybrid is there at least.
  9. > @Zip-in-Z said: > Went to the local golf store and found a decent GPS / Cell phone mount/bracket for a push cart. Used a couple of cable snap ties to secure it to the handle, lots of adjustment and easy to view. Included a few pic's of the GPS screens on Hole #1 of my home course (Sylvan), something else I found out, the unit allows you to move the pin to the front or back of the green and adjusts the distance accordingly ... nice feature. > Awesome set up! I have a clicgear 3.5 that I should use more often. I'd definitely like attaching it like yours.
  10. When there's no rain forecasted but you're standing on the first fairway and the heavens open. WTF?
  11. > @Bobb3rdown said: > 58. Need to get one in a low bounce though. Got my **** kicked the couple times I played super dried out courses this spring. Or v sole just isn't good on tight lies. Either way. Need something in the 5-6 bounce range with heel and toe relief. Probably gonna go rtx4. But those hi toes look awsome. I have the 58 Rtx 4 in 6 degree bounce. I love it, but in really wet conditions this winter I found myself struggling a bit with digging. For most conditions, including dry ones, it's been a remarkably consistent club, for both full shots and greenside shots.
  12. I go 46 50 54 58, but at some point I hope to move to 46 52 58 and add a strong 3 wood. I'm definitely a better wedge player than long game player, and I think I'd rather have more options with stock shots at the top of the bag then the other way around. From 125 and in, I'm good at various feel and partial shots. Sometimes, around the green, I confuse myself with too many options. I think I'd like to simplify: the 52 for most chips and low pitches, the 58 for anything lofted.
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