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Everything posted by NPSpar4

  1. I just put the TI AMTx100 In a set of TM combos and i love em so far. No complaints at all. The weight diff is obviously most notable in the 5 & 4 but if you get the head weight where you like it, then they feel great. I also put the regular TI x100 8 iron shafts in my SW & GW. They are friggin glorious. Lower flight but easy to control. Great kick at the bottom. I came from trying out the Modus’ and i really didnt care for those
  2. Beautiful. Would love em. I gotta stop clicking on these. Lol. GLWS
  3. As @Stuart_Gstated, those are just plastic plugs for epoxy purposes. They are not any kind of weighting. I just reshafted some Srixons and just heated the outside and put the drill in there…will come out pretty easy.
  4. And this list is about as solid an order as ive seen. I agree completely, but id swap True Blue with Heritage. But thats nitpicking. River Club is a sneaky good course. Always my afternoon fav. Always got out without many people bothering ya.
  5. I’ve played almost every course in that area..75+ courses and i have to agree with everyone above, swap out World Tour. It’s cool to play once, but not in the same ballpark as Caledonia & True Blue. Those are the 2 best courses in that area. Top 3 are True Blue/Caledonia/Heritage, in whichever order u prefer. But World Tour not worth it. And World Tour more of a drive anyway
  6. Same thing here. Took out 14g to 17g bullet weights from that hosel chamber from my P7MB/P7MCs and i reshafted without anything filling it. I had no issues, yet. Lol. Those damn weights were huge & took a bunch of heat to get em out.
  7. @Howard_Jones sorry if this is a ridiculous question, but i building a set and using your AWESOME chart above, but in regards to the PW. Its listed wit 285gs and also with 300 gs. Whats the difference between those? Which should i use when building a set using AMT White x100. Thanks Howard
  8. I think mentioned playing the Modus, right? I personally always felt the Modus spun a lot more for me than other shafts did. I tried the 120s & x, they both seemed to float on me. Sometimes the shaft & head combo just doesnt work for someone. That MMC & Modus may just cause you to deliver more dynamic loft and spin. I always did better with the Dynamic Gold stuff & also KBS C Tapers were great. They have the “Lite” line that you might love. Ya never know. in terms of the ball, you can try the Titleist AVX. It def lowers spin & that could help. obvi
  9. no, was just going by some posts from others above.......
  10. im wit ya Tot, amazing how many stupid comments people make when it comes to mental health. like the money he made on tour has anything to do with it. smh It's one of those things that if you never had it, it's hard to grasp how difficult it is. hope he comes out of it alright
  11. It’s definitely the spin and if you get on a monitor, its going to show that. The MMC’s were def one of the highest spinners in my testing as well and for us “avg” length players, its not a good fit, imo. I hit almost exact yardages as you do, based on your Apex stats, and i felt the MMC’s were too short as well. You can def offset some of that spin with the right loft, ball, shaft, etc but you can also sell em and get something that has more “jump”. Good luck
  12. I agree with G’s post as well..the Apex Pros are really nice irons and pretty forgiving, honestly. You will definitely be able to handle them & as you improve they will get even better. I wouldnt touch the lofts until you get em on the course and can really gauge turf interaction, etc. and just make sure you are getting the right shaft for your swing. That is a make or break in all irons….obviously. Imo, you need to love the look of the club and then the feel has to match. They are not as tough to hit as you might think & plenty of forgiveness. Those Mizuno forged are nice
  13. So here is the dilemma. Just built a setup with the Modus 120TX. Only a week in, but i have noticed from 6 iron thru 4 , that the weight and/or stiffness is a bit much for me. The PW thru 7 feel great and love the control, dispersion, traj, etc. but those longer clubs are a bit too much & tough to turnover when needed. Sooooo, how best to remedy this…without buying another set of shafts.. 1. get divorced, buy whatever the hell i want & if that didnt work, just buy more. 2. Stay with these TX but try to SSx1 the 6, 5, 4 irons. Or even SSx2 if needed. With this
  14. This place is its own world. Haha. & it’s glorious.
  15. Hahaha. U right man. I was really just posting it to bust chops & have a little fun. I myself, was a long time MP14 player, which were awesome clubs. And i played em as a kid & thru high school, with much success…so they do have a sentimental hold…and your take on the Srix folks is right on as well. Two solid brands & really nice forged sticks. I do think the Srix perform better and i guess i can only compare, first hand, wit the MP14s & 32s.
  16. I think you might be on to something here. Almost any level of ball striker can claim to get that mizuno “feel” from avg contact. I never thought of it that way but it does make sense. And its not like they dont feel nice but the incessant love they get is a bit over the top..especially when the performance & feel of other irons are superior, imo. I built a combo set of P7MBs/MCs/770 and they have as good or better feel and i prefer their performance so far. And i dont have to rave about my Srixons either, but they might be best of the 3 i named. Zforged/Zx7 combo and they are
  17. I gamed the MP14s for a looonngg time & they were awesome clubs, great feel…i have not liked the JPX line & over the years have become less impressed with the Mizzys. Srixon are on the top of my list nowadays and their performance is too notch.
  18. Agree on the modus 120x. Always disliked that one. Also spun way too much
  19. I agree on the titleist comparison. Similar
  20. Dont worry, they’ll tell you…again..and again
  21. Also, Mizzy lovers have become like vegetarians. They just ALWAYS have to carry on about their “greatness”.
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