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Big Bri

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  1. I ended up going to a Titleist fitter and ended up with T100 with new DG. T200 was too thick with slightly too big offset for my liking. AP2 was fine but liked the topline of T100 way better. Gave me confidence and after few rounds and range sessions i am happy with the result
  2. > @"b.helts" said: > @Valtiel said: i have a 915F 16.5' with a Tour AD GT stiff shaft. I have some data for the wood but not for the hybrid. i don't have the swing speed but my driver swing speed is about 105mph. Ball speed 143 mph launch angle 8.9' Backspin 3286 > @"Strömsborg" said: > Driver and long iron distances? Driver I carry about 260 and 24 degree hybrid about 207. below the 24' hybrid is a 5 iron with a 195 yd carry. so overall really not a bad gapping and i am happy with it. I was just curious. > @DixieD said: > That's not bad, do you ha
  3. I have a 16.5 4 wood and a 21’ hybrid. Based on the swing monitor, i hit the 4 wood 230 carry/245 total. My 21 hybrid carries 220, 230 total. Am I hitting the 4 wood wrong or not far enough? Only 10-15 yd difference with almost 5’ of loft diff and longer shaft dont feel right to me.
  4. Not really an answer you are looking for but i too had some trouble replacing my 4 iron. my T100 5 iron was fine but based on the data i wouldnt have gotten enough spin and launch angle with the 4 iron. So i was thinking about game imprpvement irons and driving irons. But ended up with 818 h1 25’. And here are some reasons. Shaft length was almost identical to my 4iron so really not much swing change and easier to control. You will be shocked how short a hybrid feels at first. Also adjustable hosel was a big thing. I can tweak lofts and lie. Finally, versatility and forgiveness. If i need to h
  5. Just went to the shop and what I found out was really shocking and depressing at the same time. My T100 pitching wedge and cleveland 52’ wedge were in the same lie. Swing weight same as my vokey 56. Club weight was 3grams LIGHTER than the vokey! I was was shocked. But it felt heavy..def felt heavier than my vokey. Oh well. Let’s see how it plays after bending the loft. Now that i know the specs are fine, hopefully i can play them well. On the side note, i found out that my fitted pitching wedge may be 45’ not 46’ lol
  6. > @jbrunk said: > > @"Big Bri" said: > > I just received my T100 4-P and oh boy they are amazing. I have tried up to the 5 iron and it went 5 iron 190 carry and 205 total with launch angle of 13.2' and backspin of 4100. My swing is not super fast and goes pretty low with low spin so I am debating if i should replace my 4 iron with a hybrid. I have yet to hit it thinking id be better off getting a hybrid, but i have never carried two hybrids before and haven't seen many pros doing so. My bag has carried a 16.5' 4 wood, 22' hybrid, 4i for years. So kinda scared and lost on what
  7. I just received my T100 4-P and oh boy they are amazing. I have tried up to the 5 iron and it went 5 iron 190 carry and 205 total with launch angle of 13.2' and backspin of 4100. My swing is not super fast and goes pretty low with low spin so I am debating if i should replace my 4 iron with a hybrid. I have yet to hit it thinking id be better off getting a hybrid, but i have never carried two hybrids before and haven't seen many pros doing so. My bag has carried a 16.5' 4 wood, 22' hybrid, 4i for years. So kinda scared and lost on what to do. If i replace the 4 iron, should i go 16.5' 4 w
  8. > @extrastiff said: > > @"Big Bri" said: > > I hit my PW just fine. Full swing half swing short games and all. But i cant seem to hit my cleveland precision forged 52’ gap wedge well. Always hitting it fat. It does feel heavy compared to my old vokey 56’ so maybe it’s due to swing weight? Or head weight? Or are the lie angles different between the three? > > > > So my question is whats the standard swing weight or lie angle progression from PW to SW? Can I keep GW the same as PW? Heard wedges need to be stiffer or heavier for more control but cant seem to find
  9. > @"North Butte" said: > > @"Big Bri" said: > > > @GolfChannel > > Interesting. My new T100 P is 64' lie and their W is also listed as 64', which is what I am going to bend my gap wedge to. > > My gap wedge is a cleveland 588 precision forged model and cant seem to find the lie angle of these but will be interesting to find out at the shop. > > The older 588 wedges Cleveland sold for donkeys were 64 degree lie angle. I doubt they have changed in these more recent updated versions. Not that your particular wedge is necessarily sitting at the factory
  10. > @GolfChannel Interesting. My new T100 P is 64' lie and their W is also listed as 64', which is what I am going to bend my gap wedge to. My gap wedge is a cleveland 588 precision forged model and cant seem to find the lie angle of these but will be interesting to find out at the shop.
  11. > @RogerinNewZealand said: > Then sell it simple as that.I like vokeys sm5/6 and have used lots of mizuno wedges 8 years ago that i bladed..love cg16 and Rotex Clevelands so look to higher bounce if blading them!ps swing weight is up too the user..more is good 4 me also. > > Getting a new wedge is not an option as of right now. Did lots of DIY stamping on the wedge and it's really personal and i love it. That's why I want to hit it well so badly. > @"Strömsborg" said: > This is lie angle: > ![](https://www.liveabout.com/thmb/VwVl23cNIis0ZYvmhDTRYr311kE=/768x
  12. > @"Muirfield Willie" said: > Or maybe the ball is too far forward in your stance? Or maybe your weight isn't shifting forward? Or maybe its another swing fault? Equipment doesn't cause fat shots. Swing weight is feel. Lie angle is the dynamic angle that the clubhead meets the ball at impact. You know I used to blame my swing and thought it was my fault more than the club itself. Couldnt agree more. I tried to make adjustments but theres something just off with this club. 4-P,56’,60’ give me no problem at all! so I was hoping to check out its swing weight or spec or anything differen
  13. I hit my PW just fine. Full swing half swing short games and all. But i cant seem to hit my cleveland precision forged 52’ gap wedge well. Always hitting it fat. It does feel heavy compared to my old vokey 56’ so maybe it’s due to swing weight? Or head weight? Or are the lie angles different between the three? So my question is whats the standard swing weight or lie angle progression from PW to SW? Can I keep GW the same as PW? Heard wedges need to be stiffer or heavier for more control but cant seem to find the right answer even though there wont be one answer.
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