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  1. I wear a 12 extra wide in footjoy, 13 wide in Nike, 12 extra in New Balance, 13 in True original and can’t find an Under Armour model or Adidas model that fits (ultraboosts non golf shoes fits fine though in standard which is odd). Footjoy has the most options for size but the standard saddle style shoe still has a pretty tight toe box for me. The spikeless SL version and all of the flex options (if you don’t need waterproof) fit really well in the wide options. True original fits incredibly well but the no heel height thing was uncomfortable and I didn’t do a go
  2. The responses here are really confusing to me as well. What you said is the exact reason why they're doing it. The overwhelming majority of the broadcast audience isn't tuning in to watch Lanto Griffin, Tyler Duncan, JT Poston or really the majority of the people in the field each week even though I believe all of these players won last year. As such the people like that won and they won on merit, but that purse that they won is what it is because of the big names that drive the audience. They are not giving people strokes based on popularity or mulligans based on interacti
  3. I see people say this often and it is a bit confusing. That quarter inch is less than the variable length change from 6 to 7 iron (or any other club). How is your back going to be saved? You were already swinging a 37.5 inch club, it just had an 7 on it instead of an 8.
  4. I think this really depends on where you play. For what I would venture is a majority of courses, short is going to be a better miss quite often. Most municipals and public courses that aren't trying to host mid-am's/qualifiers/be on golf digest top 100 list or whatever have no trouble in the front because they're trying to accommodate for golfers that can't get the ball up and need to run everything up to the green (or accidentally run everything up to the green). I was playing MP-57's (which I fully recognize aren't a blade) for 10 years and switched to P-790. P-790 did exactly what it adve
  5. Hello, looking to get rid of a couple of iron sets and a putter that's been sitting in my garage. I would have to pay someone to do the pulls on the iron heads for me so at the moment I am only selling everything together. Generally the prices are pretty locked in but will of course accept any reasonable offers. Accepting Paypal only. Shipping is included to contiguous United States, if you are outside of the contiguous states I'm sure we can work out something. Post or DM for paypal information. First up are a set of Callaway Apex Pro Raw 5-PW. MCC+4 Midsize Grips, KBS $-Taper 125 (stiff+)
  6. The Taylormade 14 way is the best IMO. I thought the Callaway fusion was horrible. No cart strap through makes the thing bounces all over when/if you ride and the top design is really not intuitive to me at all (at least for my club set up). Didn't know where to put the putter, standard Super Stroke barely fit into the front slots which meant I had to go driver putter in the back two big ones, which then meant my three wood head cover kept going on top of the closest iron and banging around the shaft. I also don't particularly like the leg design of Sun Mountain/Callaway when riding, the stand
  7. I've found the same. The 2019 TP5x worked pretty well for me durability wise. The 2020 has been not good. Noticeable scuffing going all the way to pretty bad tears, maybe I just got a bit unlucky with the batch mine came from. I have had one make it through 9 holes without noticeable enough scuffs that I feel would impact the ball, generally a wedge out of a bunker or something spinny from a tight lie is taking off some of the outer layer. Pro V has been much better as far as durability. I finally found some of the new Chrome Soft X in stock and so far those have been playing really well all
  8. My wife and I were very schedule orientated which luckily made it pretty easy. Nap from 9-11 and 1-3 meant while they were young if I got out early she could do wake up, start a semi-break (can't leave the house but doesn't have any other motherly responsibilities) at nine and as long as I'm back by 11 I can do kid and lunch until afternoon nap. Same goes for if I woke up with him at nine I was free to leave and I had until 3 to be back (but I miss lunch and we like doing meals together). That's not to say or imply all the days were easy. Sometimes they don't nap and that person gets the sh
  9. It seems like Tiger blades losing the tiger branding and some other small change (offset difference/slight blade length change something) at a lower price point could easily replace 730. Then add in a true no speed foam CB and a true combo set like Callaway does with apex (different lofts) to blend the CB and P790 would make the most sense. I know others on tour are now playing them but it still seems like it would be weird to see a Rory/Fleeteood/Tiger pairing and have all three playing Tigers clubs.
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