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  1. Was able to hit these today. Only played 9 holes but the utility definitely launched higher and spun more. Seemed forgiving but I will stick with the ZX7 4 iron and will be listing the utility.
  2. I haven't hit them yet. Been raining for a month and too cold. Getting out this week a couple of times to mess around with a lot of the new stuff.
  3. ZX7 4 left ZX-U 4 right Just a pic for those wanting to see. Not sure if this has been posted yet. I think the utility looks awesome. Will most likely play it instead of the 4 iron.
  4. No Trades. 1). Cobra Radspeed 19° Hybrid. MMT80 Stiff. -1/2" short and TV Plus4 grip. New in plastic. Comes with OEM cover. $185.00 2). TaylorMade SIM Max 19° Rescue. Speeder 9.8 HB Stiff. Hotmelt port drilled and plugged. 4g Hotmelt neutral. Plays around 40.5". Comes with OEM cover. $165.00 3). Project X RDX Smoke Black 70g 6.0. Pull from TSi2 15° fairway. Measures 41 7/8" and plays 43" in TSi2 fairway. STD tipping which should be 1/2". $70.00 PM me to purchase or if you have any questions. Thanks.
  5. Yes. I got a stock 3. Custom ordered a 4 built to iron specs. Placed the 4 utility with another set of irons. No word yet but only placed the order Monday I think.
  6. Don't forget Chuckie switching from PXG to Titleist and winning in Georgia...
  7. Found. Thanks.
  8. Posted this in the other thread: I have had 921F, 921T and now have ZX7. I am a good golfer now that I don't work as a top fitter anymore, for reference. I would rank them like this: Forgiveness: 921F - ZX7 - 921T (921F I would say is very similar to ZX5 with ZX7 fairly close, 921T are a ways down the scale and found them to spin a lot) Looks: ZX7 - 921T - 921F (Obviously subjective but the ZX7 are just about perfect to me) Feel: ZX7 - 921T - 921F (Not even close in my opinion) If you are super shallow (as in never take a divot) you m
  9. I have had 921F, 921T and now have ZX7. I am a good golfer now that I don't work as a top fitter anymore, for reference. I would rank them like this: Forgiveness: 921F - ZX7 - 921T (921F I would say is very similar to ZX5 with ZX7 fairly close, 921T are a ways down the scale and found them to spin a lot) Looks: ZX7 - 921T - 921F (Obviously subjective but the ZX7 are just about perfect to me) Feel: ZX7 - 921T - 921F (Not even close in my opinion) If you are super shallow (as in never take a divot) you might get along better with the 921T but outs
  10. Please PM me to purchase. Only trades: TSi2 9° and TSi2 15°. First to pay gets item. 1). TaylorMade SIM 9° Head only. Comes with headcover and wrench. Great shape. $old. 2). Tour Issue TaylorMade SIM Max Fairway. Not sure if I still have the spec sticker or not, but should. Shaft is tour issue Fujikura Motore Speeder 8.1 in Evolution graphics. Specs are Lie 57.2°, Loft 16.1°, Face Angle 1.3°, CT 226 and head has about 5g of hotmelt and is around 218-219g. Comes with stock OEM headcover and is also in great shape. $280.00. 3). Old school Tour Issue Fu
  11. I ordered mine on 1/18 and even with FedEx Ground having to go across the country still got them yesterday. Very impressive. They are gorgeous. Miura is great quality stuff but it is very firm feeling to the point of hard to me. Also keep in mind weight is very much a preference. I have fit thousands of people over the years and during an iron fitting the first thing I would do is always let them try different weights to see what felt the most comfortable to them before they got too tired. Too many fitters will look at someone like myself and say I need 120g+ stiff o
  12. They were great honestly. I'm just a Srixon guy and now I have them. I'm closing this thread. Irons and Wedge have been sold. Bag still available.
  13. I always find it funny when people act like Srixon is junk. It's infinitely superior to anything readily available in the US. Just my opinion of course but I have played everything and it's still my preferred brand for irons.
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