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  1. 1. Join SuperStroke Nation HERE Done 2. Did you join SuperStroke Nation? Yes 3. What SuperStroke Traxion club grips do you want to win? Standard Black/White 4. What SuperStroke Traxion putter grip do you want to win? Traxion Flatso 2.0 w/CounterCore 25g weigh
  2. Like death and taxes, Ping with always make one God awful looking club.
  3. I'll chime in and say I played both the EFSZ and TD as well as Mav SZ and TD, and the Max LS is the equal to the previous TD models but SO forgiving on toe strikes. Forgive me R9 Superdeep, but it's the best driver I've ever used; and I've hit almost everything in the last 10 years. Normally I source a TD head but I can't possibly imagine there are many significant gains to be had in this generation...
  4. Maybe I'm jaded but isn't this a Callaway branded solution to better balls that already exist? TP5x and Bridgestone BX as well as Left Dash are top tier solutions to this problem. I loathe every iteration of Chrome Soft(hence the jaded reference) and that feeling is just solidified by the fact no pros and even some staff pro's don't even play the retail models. Unless you are a Callaway loyalist why wouldn't the player this fits just play a better ball and call it a day?
  5. Thank you for the heads up, I wondered why they were displaying that way!
  6. Selling my Mav TD. 10.5*. Comes with 14g, 7g, or 6g weights, you can pick the combo. Crown is clean. very light marks on the sole and face from typical use. Holt melt port is open from when I was debating on tinkering. Can have it hot melted for a little extra. Comes with the staff professional headcover pictured. Price includes shipping. Loft: 10.8 Actual Loft Weight: 201 with 14 and 6. $400 OBRO
  7. Looks nothing like his Seemore other than being center shafted.
  8. Absolutely true. It'll be a more interesting read when the breakdowns by swing speed get released.
  9. While I'm a slightly different category than you I can say it's easily the 'best of both worlds' driver I've hit. You used to have to fit in a low spin/launch category or the 'max' category, or you paid extra for a driver like the Triple Diamond. Looking at what little data there is, the 425 is like the Sim 2 and a 'step back' from the previous version. Let's look at another sites data: Max LS- 1st - Strokes Gained 1st - Distance 6th - Forgiveness 425 LST- 10th - Stroke Gained 17th - Distance 25th - Forgiveness 410LST- 7th -Distance 6th - Distance 7th - Forgiveness These aren't set in stone obviously as everyone is different. The differences are small at the top too. What an odd year for drivers from TM and Ping, quite the letdown. I find it hard to believe if most golfers wouldn't be able get the LS to work for them. Also Sim2- 20th - Strokes Gained 10th - Distance 26th - Forgiveness
  10. So after some more time with the LS this weekend I can follow up here. I added a 15g weight into the back track. I have 8g and 12g weights in the TD. Same shaft but weight setup isn't apples to apples. It was actually really windy here this weekend so it's not normal conditions. The TD comes out hotter and flatter. LS launched higher and seemed to float but just went. I missed a few times to the right side because the ball just wanted to go straight. I hit some bombs downwind and didn't suffer that much into it. Great looking head, sound is an odd metallic ping, feel is softer than any of the Mavriks. I'll probably get this hotmelted up front to see how it compares.
  11. Not to be harsh here, but seeing the responses in this thread sums up everything that is bad about going to a golf forum for equipment advice.
  12. Standard Mavrik can be had for a song on CPO and is a great driver if you don't need the spin reduction of the sub zero model.
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