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  1. Just bought a Sim Max 22 degree Rescue. I was affraid that I would draw it to much. I actually struggled to draw it. I hit a nice pull fade with it. I have gamed the TS3 hybrids (3 and 4) too, but I didn't like the look of the club. Sim Max looks more like a wood than an iron at adress, which I like a lot. Gives me a ton of confidence.
  2. Just bought a Sim Max 22 degree Rescue. I was affraid that I would draw it to much. I actually struggled to draw it. I hit a nice pull fade with it. I have gamed the TS3 hybrids (3 and 4) too, but I didn't like the look of the club. Sim Max looks more like a wood than an iron at adress, which I like a lot. Gives me a ton of confidence.
  3. Here is a compare image with 7 iron from both my JPX 919 Tour and Macgregor MCX. Left: JPX 919 Tour Right: macgregor MCX I think the macgregor MCX looks much better. I like the lower and slightly longer blade with that thin topline. The look behind the ball is also something I like better. MCX looks like a shovel at adress. I don't think the Macgregor MCX has that much more offset then the JPX 919 Tour. What do you think?
  4. I have alway loved the looks of vintage clubs. Played Slazenger B51 Mark 1, Wilson Staff FG-49 (Late 80. Maybe not as vintage). Just bought a set of Macgregor MCX forged blades 3-10 + SW with Macgregor Dual Action reg shaft. They have thin soles. Think they from between 1982-1984. Love the look and with the Gooseneck they look like shovels at adress behind the ball. Makes me hit them really good. Clubs back then was much more beautiful then today clubs are.
  5. I got fitted for the TS3 with 45" Hzrdus Smoke 6.0 60g. I prefers the more classic look of a driver. Nothing going on top or bottom. The TS3 has the best feel and sound I have ever felt with a driver.
  6. Thnaks. So MK1 was the good looking clubs I can see. Seems that I have done a good find on ebay. ?
  7. Anyone has information about these irons? I bought them on eBay. The 9 iron is missing. I have failed to google any information about these irons. But I guess they are like 1970 or 1980 irons.
  8. Replaced my O-Workds #1 wide putter with a the Stroke Lab Double Wide (Black head version) with Flow neck. I think the Stroke Lab feels more balanced and I like the softer feel of the White Hot Microhinge face insert.
  9. Thank you Love the feel and sound of the driver. I like the more classic look of my woods.
  10. Thank you It's my first Mizuno clubs. I find them very nice and easy to hit. I love the soft feel and sound at impact.
  11. This year I did 3 fittings for woods, irons and wedges. This is what I will game this season. Driver: Titleist TS3 9,5 (8,75) deg with Hzrdus Smoke Black 60 6.0 Spoon: Titleist TS3 15 deg with Hzrdus Smoke Black 70 6.0 Hybrid: Titleist TS3 19 deg with Hzrdus Smoke Black 80 6.0 Irons: Mizuno JPX 919 Tour (lie: -1 deg) with KBS Tour $-taper 120 (Black) stiff Wedges: Callaway MD5 Jaws 52 (51), 56 (55), 60 deg with KBS Tour stiff. All wedges is has -2 deg lie and 52 and 56 is 1 deg strong. Putter: Taylormade SpiderX with KBS CT-Tour Putter
  12. > @Christen_The_Sloop said: > Everything looks in order. Faces and backs are really clean, just a little discoloration/wear on the soles of the 5 and P. Oh well. Love the square toe and how they frame the ball, but not so sure about the grind. > > > > > > > > Lovely clubs. Love the classic look and the flat sole.
  13. > @TomBomb51 said: > > @Svingit said: > > > @gentles said: > > > Nice gear. Why not just add a fairway wood instead of replacing the driver? Long straight tee balls make a massive difference to your ability to score IMO > > > > Because I hit the FW 3 almost as long as my driver but straighter. I'm happy to hit 260-270 yds with roll out if it's on or near fairway. All season has been more like a lottery with the driver. > > You only have 12 clubs tho, no sense in replacing, right? Why have a club in the bag that I'm not using? Then is be
  14. > @gentles said: > Nice gear. Why not just add a fairway wood instead of replacing the driver? Long straight tee balls make a massive difference to your ability to score IMO Because I hit the FW 3 almost as long as my driver but straighter. I'm happy to hit 260-270 yds with roll out if it's on or near fairway. All season has been more like a lottery with the driver.
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