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  1. @OlleEriksson I did not notice it at all with the blue. It's really sharp looking. But as I stated in the III I really did not like the hozel. I had a II for a minute but I'm a mallet guy. Having crazy success with Odyssey 7s stroke lab. So stable and stout, Important for the slow greens I play. Also bought triple track decals and use a ball marker and make my own triple track lines and I'm making so many more putts.
  2. I found the Maxfli Tour balls to have fairly pool durability. Does not hold a candle to the Srixon or Bridgestone. And considering you can get three dozen Srixon for $80, that beats two dozen Maxfli for $50 in my book.
  3. Just curious, Bridgestone and Srixon parent companies seems to be similar. Is one bigger? Does one put more resources into their golf balls? Srixon's are manufactured in Indonesia, right? Do you think either has better QC, development?
  4. Srixon XV for sure. Rub two of them together and then any other two balls together and tell me Spin Skin is not a thing. And a much better value.
  5. I have a blue M Craft III, I love it. But my only concern, is on long puts on slower greens, I can feel a flex in the shaft. Is this because it's not a plumber's neck? Is the curved flow shaft less stable when taking a big swing?
  6. I have a blue M Craft III, I love it. But my only concern, is on long puts on slower greens, I can feel a flex in the shaft. Is this because it's not a plumber's neck? Is the curved flow shaft less stable when taking a big swing?
  7. I just picked up a T20 50* with a shaft that matches my irons, Modus 120 so I'll give it a go. Going to have to put colored stickers on my wedges. They are all chrome and I've pulled my 60 instead of 54 way too many times now.
  8. I've been looking for an older MP, but hard to find one with decent grooves. It seems the Apex MB is the closest contender, for now, but hard to tell over the internet.
  9. The Srixon does look exactly what I was asking for. Thanks!
  10. Basically, I want the same shape and profile as my 46* PW in a 50, no grind, bounce options. I love to chip with my PW, I feel I can really pick it clean, vs my T20-54*. Also I want to hit full shots and the clunky sand-wedge type heads don't work as well for me. Is Hogan the only company to do this, making blade-type gap wedges?
  11. I use it, but not to the exact club, like if the rollout if for and 8 and I don't like the lie, I'll use a 9. What I do think it if very useful for is getting one to stop automatically pulling a lob or sand wedge. I'm using my PW mostly and then if closer go to a 9.
  12. I don't have any real metrics, other than I'm striping the ball to the pins and playing with great confidence. It feels softer than a ProV1x and seems to take off that bit hotter. I've tried so many balls over the past few months but I'm sticking to the 2020 BX.
  13. Just curious, is this just your feeling or have you had any launch data? The new ball seems to be working for Kucher, Bryson, Steele and a few other.
  14. Anyone noticing Bridgestone players are doing well recently? Kuchar, Bryson and Steele.
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