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  1. 1. Must subscribe to Club Champion's YouTube channel HERE - Done 2. Search for your local Club Champion location HERE - Done 3. What Club Champion location would you get fit at? - Orlando 4. Have you been fit for clubs before? - Yes. Unfortunately not at Club Champion. 5. What part of your bag could use a fitting? - Entire bag.
  2. The DTC space is where I look first. Sub70 clubs have been top notch. I am gaming the 699 Pro irons, 286 wedges, 939x hybrid and evaluating 639CB irons. The 699 Pro performed better than TM P-790 for me; better turf interaction and consistency in gapping and dispersion. Sub 70 offers a multitude of shaft options and spec adjustments. Their customer service is first rate!!! As to target prices (complete club): Driver - $300 - $350 Fairway - $150 - $175 Hybrid - $150 - $175 Irons - $550 - $750 (depending on shaft and count; $90 - $110 per club) Wedges = $90 - $110 per club Putter - $150 - $200 I have found major OEM on eBay or here on BST. Sub70 new or pre-owned fit the above pricing ranges. Also found that a good old shaft for $50 can be on par with a new $250 shaft. In my case Grafalloy Red Supercharged versus HZRDUS Blue RDX.
  3. 8882 looks a little more compact and square than the 8802. Almost like a Ram Wizard 600. Looks great, but I have gone mallet putter. GLWS.
  4. I still have a set of TV series cavity backs and a set of Series 200 forged. There were numbers in the series for the offset, as my short irons are TV-3S and the mid and long irons are TV-1S. I don’t have a top line picture.
  5. I would recommend you look at Sub70. Their new offering would be just over your planned budget, but are a great value and top quality. They also have pre-owned options. A 639CB or 699 Pro would likely fit the bill. I also used to be a scratch player, but I don’t play enough (work, kids, etc) to be scratch these days. I went with 699 Pro for a little more forgiveness and distance help while still having a clean look at address. Good luck finding your next set.
  6. - Have you hit a Ventus shaft yet? What model? No. - What Ventus TX shaft do you want to win? Blue 6-TX - What club in your bag would a Ventus TX go in? G410 LST Driver
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