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  1. > @cardoustie said: > He's wrong > > You are likely too steep so you back off the ball thru impact > > You can also play with the shaft weight and flex to make sure you feel the club properly in your swing and are actually loading it ... but first off experiment with length and lie angles > > For example, I used to toe shorter irons until I went 1.25" over ... did a looong post on it and lots of taller guys were in the same boat But wouldn't he see it even more on the wedges if it was a length issue (assuming they are in sync with the rest of his set)? I
  2. Could be shaft/toe droop? How were your lie angles checked?
  3. Might look at Maltby - TE Forged, DBM, TS1 or the MMB17 all could fit the bill. Plus you could get new clubs custom built for the cost of some of the used clubs that have been mentioned.
  4. > @dlygrisse said: > > @bellairemi said: > > > @gators78 said: > > > http://ralphmaltby.com/golf-head-ratings/ > > > > > > Some people will challenge the MPF but it's as good as you could get. According to them, here are the top 6 that they've tested. > > > > > > Brand Model Year MPF > > > Callaway Big Bertha CF19 #6 2019 924 > > > Cobra King F9 Speedback #6 2019 887 > > > Cobra F-Max SuperLite #6 2019 883 > > > Cobra King F9 One Length #6 2019 830 > > > TaylorMade M6 #6 20
  5. > @gators78 said: > http://ralphmaltby.com/golf-head-ratings/ > > Some people will challenge the MPF but it's as good as you could get. According to them, here are the top 6 that they've tested. > > Brand Model Year MPF > Callaway Big Bertha CF19 #6 2019 924 > Cobra King F9 Speedback #6 2019 887 > Cobra F-Max SuperLite #6 2019 883 > Cobra King F9 One Length #6 2019 830 > TaylorMade M6 #6 2019 806 > Tommy Armour Atomic #6 2019 794 > > It's also cool if you flip the column around, the least forgiving (recent) iron is the P730. I've bee
  6. If you consider MOI the same as forgiveness, then the highest MOI recorded I have seen in the Golfworks database is the G410.
  7. I have played them all and like the S56 the best. Best turf interaction and feel for me.
  8. > @Bubbtubbs said: > MPF is kind of meaningless. There are blades on that list that rank as easier than GI irons. I would agree that the MPF is not helpful. Knowing the individual measured components and how those affect your swing can be very valuable however.
  9. > @Babydaddy said: > > @bellairemi said: > > The MPF ratings have gone down because the COG has gone up on the "I" series irons. It is now consistently above the center of the ball. The actual MOI measurements continue to go up for the "i" series and they now have a higher MOI than some of the older G series irons. > > Does this make them effectively harder to hit? Depends on how you strike the ball. If you really get down and through, than a high COG can help you control trajectory. I am a picker and do not do well with high COG irons - the i210 performed poor
  10. The MPF ratings have gone down because the COG has gone up on the "I" series irons. It is now consistently above the center of the ball. The actual MOI measurements continue to go up for the "i" series and they now have a higher MOI than some of the older G series irons.
  11. According to my local shop, the V6 will definitely be replaced in 2020. Supposedly the C300 will be as well but they have not heard about the C300 Forged yet, Apparently Wilson is stuck with a bunch of the Forged.
  12. Computer will not let me move the picture but here are the specs: Private Reserve Platinum M7x Length: 35.5 Lie: 70 Degrees SeeMore 95 grip
  13. Also, the Maltby numbers are pretty revealing on the Mizuno 850 Forged. I do not use the overall MPF but rather focus on specific measurements that affect my game. The 850's have a high center of gravity at .863; the equator of the ball is .840. You had better get down and through to get the most out of those irons. The TE Forged, by contrast, has a .675 center of gravity which is great for me as a picker.
  14. Definitely the TE Forged/DBM based on what you described.
  15. I would second the seven wood comment - better launch and I find they play more neutral (less draw biased) than most hybrids designed to launch high. In that 23-24* slot I might consider a Wishon 775 as they are neutral and have a nice ball flight (high but penetrating).
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