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  1. How are they lighter? What does the factory do to make them lighter? It takes 2 grams to equal 1 swing weight. Factory tolerances can’t be that much.
  2. “Something he said that I was unaware of - due to my extended shafts, Titleist makes those heads a tiny bit lighter in weight than the stock head due to the shaft.” I’ve heard this before and didn’t really believe it. How does this work? How do they make a head lighter without affecting its design and how it was built to perform?
  3. Inflation. A number of other things. I’ll have to leave it at that so I don’t go off on a political tangent.
  4. What do you use at the top of your bag? That’s a lot of wedges.
  5. Stock grip as in gp tour velvet 360? I ordered t100 with same shaft and hoping they show up soon.
  6. Pure blades aren’t hard to hit in the short irons. In fact I think it’s easier. It’s when you get to the 5,4,3 irons that pure blades are difficult. Higher cog means you need a more pure strike with decent club head speed to get these on a playable trajectory.
  7. Now with China going into lockdown things are only going to get worse.
  8. Crap, I ordered tour velvet 360 grips.
  9. Nice! I have exact same set ordered early November. Hopefully get mine soon.
  10. Good to hear. I ordered same shafts but t100 early November so hopefully soon.
  11. I’m 6’2” and for the last 10 years have been playing 1/2” longer 2* upright in irons. Recently picked up a set of blades for cheap that are standard length and 2* upright. Been hitting them pretty well. All clubs are different length and loft and I don’t think length really matters much. At least in 1/2” increments. Lie angle is what matters most. Extra 1/2” might give you an extra 1-2 yards carry in longer irons.
  12. Do you have any brand preferences? So much out there. Tons of choices. If you have a pga super store or 2nd swing around you they are great for trying out clubs.
  13. From what this thread and others have been showing is the KBS shafts are the biggest problem part. Glad I didn’t go KBS
  14. If I was just deciding to order right now I probably wouldn’t. I would probably buy off rack somewhere. Hopefully get mine by February/March
  15. I guess I’d be ok with getting mine in February. Can only do indoor practice here in Minnesota now anyways. Except I sold my current set to fund these new ones. It’s -24 F degrees here this morning so it’s strange I’m even thinking about golf
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