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  1. I have both and i prefer the 7MCs but thats because they more like a blade. I dont think the forgiveness on the MCs is that bad and both spin enough imo…but the zx7 have more jump in them & lower lofts which is most likely the spin issue you see. the zx7 def more of a powerful feel and the MCs more bladeish. Honestly, if you need some spin, the easiest way is changing the ball. The TP5 and BXS spin enough to make any club stop. Lol. GL
  2. Sweet. Id def like to hear how you like it. Which 3 wood you putting it with?
  3. Gotcha. Now im really not sure what to do. Ha. Did u try the Blue 8x at all? Or not yet.
  4. Im in a similar boat and love the Blue 6x in my driver buy not sure about 3 wood. I was leaning towards blue 7x in 3 wood but have never tried it. What didnt you like about it compared to the blue 6x that u love? I currently have the rdx black 70g in 6.5 and it feels too boardy.
  5. Similar boat. P7MB, P7MC and 770. So far so good. Love all 3 and enjoy learning the feels of the different models. Also have a set of Zforged, zx7 and zx5. Another 3 some that plays great together. As long as shafts are not different and lofts are steady, then the more the merrier. Lol
  6. Really nice set..great clubs & looks like even better condition. Glws
  7. This is GREAT!!!! Love it. I thought i was crazy for doing something along these lines. Admittedly i’m not going different iron for each one but i have unintentionally ended up with a mixed set and its been AMAZING. Currently gaming P7MB PW, P7MC in 9-7 , Zx7 in 6-5, Zx5 in the 4. I honestly didnt attempt to do this but i had these multiple sets that i have been building (cuz im a crazy WRXr) and this mixed set worked best by far. Ohhh and the shafts arent exactly the same either but they work & im sticking with em…..for now. Ha. Go for it man!!!
  8. Nessism is 100% on point. Your issue seems to be with this store fittings. What your experiencing indoors on a mat is not translating to the course where turf interaction is KING, imo. I have had same issue with the srixons. They perform indoors and on mats but they dont feel right on actual grass where it matters. You def need to get a fitting outdoors & then see what iron prevails. And like others have said, if those Pings are your bread n butter, then make only small changes without straying too far from those iron characteristics. I def get that Its tough to stay with those irons when so many sweet new models keep coming out….. GL
  9. Bob is right on point..i recently built a combo set of MB/MC/770 and they each had bullet weights in the hosel chamber between 12gs - 17gs. That blow torch worked overtime to get them out. Much easier to order a bit over standard length and then adjust from there. That is an unfortunate work around to get the SW you want , without a bunch of work removing hosel weights
  10. I think they look pretty damn cool the way they are now. Unique
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