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  1. Classic is a much better course, not exactly sure on the conditions.
  2. I would say true to size. Very similar to the TW71 (not the fastfit).
  3. A few new goodies. Now just need to get the X5 refinished.
  4. Pre-instillation. Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2. Had it refinished by Putter Spa and absolutely love it. Currently looking for a mallet back up option.
  5. Bummed the TW20s are gone already. I wonder if any retailers will have them.
  6. Became a bit more dedicated to the game and needed my equipment to be dialed to help get me there.
  7. I had a TM RBZ 3-hybrid (from 2013) in my bag till 2 months ago. Now it is my 60* TM Milled Grind that's about 3 years old if my memory serves me right.
  8. Obviously baised, but my Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2 340g!
  9. Played the C-Tapers for a year and switched to the $ about 4 months ago. C-Tapers were ok, so boardy and stiff. $-Tapers are great, higher launch and some more spin but that make's it a lot easier to work the ball than the C-Tapers.
  10. Hard to decide. As many have said before, not getting any putts to drop is frustrating. On the other hand, scrambling gets exhausting no matter how many conversions I get. If I had to choose, I would go with nothing dropping.
  11. Renderings do not do the club justice. In hand pics look much much better. I went from not being interested to very interested.
  12. I’m sure this has been said before, but as a graphic designer, those images floating around look like a poor rendering that makes me wonder if it’s real. Not one you would expect from a giant like TM.
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