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Kentendo

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  1. Thanks for the replies. I will definitely wait until the 425's drop to compare. I have tried both the 415 and the T300. It feels like a toss up at this point, but I'm leaning to the T300. The thought has crossed my mind to build a T100/T300 combo set. This could be the ticket.
  2. My experience was similar to others. The 4A's showed wear. The 5A's were one hit wonders. It was an OK deal, but it is just as easy to buy practice balls or wait for a deal and stock up. The holiday deals are right around the corner too.
  3. I'm finally looking at some new irons and retiring my trusty I3's. These 2 are at the top of my list. The G410 check a lot of boxes, and I like that I can go Retrospec on the lofts. I really, really like the look and feel of the T300's. Has anyone gamed both or left one for the other?
  4. I keep a spare bag for out of town guests and family members who want to go play while they are visiting the beach. It’s always been a lot of fun, and we use their club rental money for drinks on the course. It’s nothing special but very playable for a wide range of people: Original M1 driver set at 10.5 Original Steelhead 3 and 5 wood Ping Eye 2 irons 3-SW Ping Anser 2
  5. The problem is the lack of GC Quads in America. I think every English golfer is given a Quad as a prize for breaking 80...
  6. It has to be Langer. The guy was the definition of the yips earlier in his career. He was trying crazy grips and long putters before anyone else. He made his way through it and dominates now, but those earlier years were rough.
  7. I don’t think he is bad for the game. What he did at Winged Foot was one for the ages. The only takeaway that would be bad for the game is if every weekend golfer starts taking 15 minutes to line up a putt.
  8. When you buy a "sweet custom" head cover on Wish...
  9. I like weird golf clubs, and that definitely fits. How well does it roll the ball?
  10. I made the switch and came back. Like you, I played Anser 2's and Newport 2's for a lot of years. I went to an Odyssey 7 because I was missing short putts and it made a big difference in that area. It lost its magic after 2 seasons, and I went back to a blade this year. This has been the best putting season of my life. I think a switch can do wonders. If nothing else, it's good to get a different look. Definitely keep your Newports, but there is no harm in trying a high MOI mallet.
  11. The short answer is no, but I would still check out one of the latest offerings. If you like TM, the SIM is really, really good...
  12. With new grips, but only if they are good grips. I would put some Tour Velvets or the current Ping iron grip on at the very least if you want a small profit.
  13. That was one of the most entertaining majors that I have watched. There were 6 players tied for the lead on the back 9. That just doesn't happen on a major Sunday. He totally earned that victory and just never made a mistake. Congrats!
  14. I'm a fan of Bryson and like his game. He is one of the few guys who I will stop what I am doing to watch. Somehow he is taking "meathead" golf to the maximum. It is literally "grip and rip" which is fun to watch because it just doesn't really happen at the Tour level. I don't know how long he can keep taking those vicious rips without blowing his back out, but he is definitely doing it his way. What I find interesting is how nobody is talking about his one-length irons anymore. He basically started that craze too.
  15. This reminds me of the 3 wedge set of Tom Watson wedges from Adams. They were a great buy for someone looking to add some wedges. These will definitely sell out.
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