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Feelingofgreatness

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  1. Another vote for graphite. I had it bad, switched to graphite and it's pretty much gone. Steel is the devil, you couldn't pay me enough to go back.
  2. Miura 2008 with nippon modus 120 stiff, about 14hc Switched to pxg 0211, accra i80 stiff, got to 8.5. Now 0311, accra i80 stiff, TLT BUILT, flighted 9i to GW. Currently 5.9 index No lessons but I'm also working on my swing and playing more. I don't know if it's the clubs or just improving my swing.
  3. found one on hole 14 today, used it the rest of the way... I went Par, Birdie, Par, Par. They are decent!
  4. AGREED! The putter should be held in your hands like all the other golf clubs.
  5. Looks like Mizuno going i210/PXG route and putting in an elastomer insert? Anyone privy to info? Does this mean I can finally order Mizzy cavities with graphite shafts and properly swing weight then to D4 in the shorter irons?
  6. I don't understand people. If they charged $99/club and free shipping, nobody would complain. At $89/club plus $60 shipping, PXG are rip-off artists! lol
  7. I think it really depends what type of swing you have. For a sweeper, fw woods and hybrids seem to work great. For diggers, they generally do better with irons.
  8. Take a look at the wishon eq1-nx, way better concept.
  9. Nailed it! So many keyboard trolls. I love my PXGs. The driver is the best I've ever gamed and so are the forged wedges If you think that you play Taylor Made clubs and the sticks you bought from Galaxy are the sticks DJ uses, I have swamp land to sell you in Florida. My buddy use to work on one of the tour trucks and the equipment they get is totally different. Kokrak won twice in the last year with Pxg irons, Gen2 and Gen4, that's great but Not my motivation when I buy clubs because I will never hit a ball like Kokrak.
  10. Pxg 0311 forged. Awesome on full shots, half shots and around the green. I think i just get along well with grind and sole width.
  11. LMAO. yup! What would you take a step back in feel and tech.
  12. Agree! That swing is fine for the rec golfer looking to bomb it past his buddies, that won't work on tour. Watch her misses when she crazy hooks it 190y with a 7i.... That is double bogey city. A hook miss will destroy you at the tour level.
  13. It's no better at TXG. I went to get fit for a set of PXG irons... an hour later they give me a bill for $5K. I decided to think about it, called PXG the next day, they gave me a free fit and I bought the same clubs from them for $2K.
  14. If you are 20 handicap, my guess is you are lucky to pure it maybe 1 in 10, so playing a blade will just increase your misses and your score. If you are good with that, play blades.
  15. I've owned Miuras and my answer is NO. If you want forgiveness and feel, get a PXG iron. You also can't go wrong with Mizuno and Ping
  16. If you like PING and want something that feels better and don't show the cavity, check out PXG. Both their 0211 and their 0311 perform great and sound and feel great.
  17. In 2020 I got fitted for a SB2. Loved it from the first day in the bag. Best putter I've ever used, could not be happier. At first, I thought it was too high a price to pay for a putter, now I think it's a bargain. Most birdies ever in a round for me was 3. I had a 5 birdie and 6 birdie round last year. The 6 birdie round I made 5 on the front nine and 1 on hole 10. I felt like Speithy in his prime! lol Buy it, don't even hesitate.
  18. I still can't figure out why Cobra uses different lie angles on their one length clubs, this totally goes away from the logic. I'm experimented with one length but now moved to compressed length set. I haven't used them enough yet to make a conclusion. What really interests me is a two length set. 5i to 8i at 37.25" and 9i to LW at 36.25". The only problem the gap between 8i and 9i, I would need it only to be 2* because of the length difference. PXG could make it work with a combo set but I would need to have two 9 irons in the bag. With the big screw on their Gen
  19. +1 for Moe! close second to Todd Graves
  20. I tested the G425 and it's one of the most forgiving drivers I've ever hit, left-right dispersion is excellent. My one complaint is off center strikes really spin up, for me it was 600-900rpm and kill distance a lot. But, I guess that is the price you pay for not hitting the center of the face. That said, if my average drive is 270y, I'm happy to take 250y as long as it's safely in play. I'm curious to try the PXG 0211 driver. I've heard it's just as forgiving as the MAX with a bit lower spin.
  21. If you play a lot in the wind, just be aware the newer 7w are 42" long and very tough to work and flight down. They are great for a summer day but less useful in trickier conditions. I would suggest trying out a PXG Gen2 hybrid based on your HC. They don't hook and are really easy to hit our of rough. I game a Gen2 3H that is 40" and dialed down to 20*, just an awesome club!
  22. Owned them and sold them. Same feeling. Huge marketing scam with Forged, especially in regards to Miura and Mizuno. If cash clubs felt worse, do you think so many pros would use Ping i210s.
  23. I read this about them and thought it didn't make much sense... "The attached weight screws are for cosmetic designs and cannot be detached.Any activities such as modification, detachment and re-attachment of screws are out of warranty."
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