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  1. Try this out https://www.golfpride.com/fit/
  2. What about your current setup are you trying to fix?
  3. Ck orange non-pro vs ventus non-velocore is, in reality, probably not that different. They're the "mid" profile off the rack options, the main difference will be the balance point, likely higher on the CK orange.
  4. Great shaft if it fits you (but, any shaft that fits is great soooo...) Four different varieties: CK orange (stock shaft) AV raw orange (stock shaft) CK Pro Orange (aftermarket shaft) AV raw orange TX (aftermarket shaft) They're counterbalanced and generally tip stiff. I've played the CK Pro and AV raw in the last year, felt pretty different. Pro had a stiff handle, stiff tip, didn't love it- hard for me to straighten it out. AV raw orange was fine but I sold the G425 it was in. The best option for you is to get fit of course- one of the oranges
  5. TSi2, purely on look/sound/feel. I hit both clubs almost the same
  6. Tensei PO seems like a natural choice, maybe Fuji Pro 2.0 TS or one of the legit Rogues. For me, when I was playing G425 in the first half of the year, the stock rogue white was the best for me.
  7. Impossible to say without comparing it to other options
  8. Ventus is the hottest thing going. The velocore version is the aftermarket expensive one. The non-velocore isn't "bad" per se, but it's not the same profile as the velocore one and doesn't use as fancy of carbon fibers.
  9. Jealous. I passed on a mint set of MP53's the other day, seeing another cool older mizuno set has me wondering if they're still there though!!
  10. Yes, but I can't imagine it would be a significant amount. You could always start with a heavier weight than you need, sand it down, and trim the end to get to the weight you need Side note- where did you come by heavy weights for 818h2's??? I actually recently built up a 3 and 4 818h2 for myself at iron length. Did lead tip weights and made my own head weights from brass round stock wrapped in lead tape as I'm unable to find the heavy titleist head weights and don't want to pay $150 for the set.
  11. Can you post a photo of the serial number? I've got a 9* tsi2, looks maybe fake, looking for real pictures of serial numbers. Thanks!
  12. They don't- one has much more pronounced etching in the diamond pattern in the middle of the face
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