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  1. Sorry, meant that it felt like it was shorter length wise than my cobra irons, not distance wise. They go about the normal distance for a 4 iron for me, around 210-220ish
  2. I have the jpx900 HM's (set) and absolutely love the 4 iron. It may be my imagination but I think it's shorter than contemporary 4 irons and is pretty easy to hit. The beveled leading edge really keeps the club from fatting a shot in decent conditions. They make a really sweet sound when you spank one off the tee. They are a little chunky but not in a bad way. Really liking mine.
  3. I know it's a shot in the dark, but if anyone comes across a st190 in LH for around $200 can you shoot me a pm? I play the st180 currently and really want the 190, been waiting for it to come on sale though.
  4. Mega fake. The milling looks like s*** compared to the real deal. Don't buy. The grip is an older studio stock grip, shouldn't be on that club from the factory.
  5. *SOLD* I do have these on ebay as well for the same price.
  6. Just had to share a story about how awesome Cobra is. I've been buying irons and drivers from them since back in the amp cell days. I had a pair of pwradapt ignite disc shoes that I broke the cable on, and emailed cobra asking if there was a way I could send them in for repair. I was very clear that I broke the shoe cable, it wasn't a fault of the shoe and I wasn't trying to claim otherwise, I just wanted to know if there was a repair available ($150 shoes) and I would be happy to send it in and pay for the repair or fix it myself with the parts. So what does cobra do? send me a brand spanki
  7. > @andrue said: > > @kabal57 said: > > My buddy showed me a method that works extremely well for those 30-40ish yard shots. It sounds so counter intuitive but it works for me and him. We are able to flop some pretty nice ones down on the green without overcomplicating things. > > > > Basically you just stand with your feet together, ball in the middle and take a 3/4 or a full swing using just your arms without using your lower body much. your hips will turn a bit but you won't have that big leg drive, because your feet are together you'll be limited with how muc
  8. My buddy showed me a method that works extremely well for those 30-40ish yard shots. It sounds so counter intuitive but it works for me and him. We are able to flop some pretty nice ones down on the green without overcomplicating things. Basically you just stand with your feet together, ball in the middle and take a 3/4 or a full swing using just your arms without using your lower body much. your hips will turn a bit but you won't have that big leg drive, because your feet are together you'll be limited with how much you can use them anyway. A full swing gives me about 50 yards, 3/4 for le
  9. > @iteachgolf said: > What are you defining as “high hands”, because there are plenty of great players who don’t have high hands. Also not sure trying to see the clubhead at the top of the swing is the best thought I'm not necessarily trying to see the club at the top, but I just recall being able to see it in years past when my ballflight and distances were both much higher than they are on average today :)
  10. So over the past year I've really been struggling with the driver, typically hitting low liners, either straight or with a slight pull. I was goofing around in my basement last night and thinking about when I was a few years younger, I had no trouble hitting high towering shots that may or may not banana. I remember being able to see the clubhead out of the corner of my right eye at the top of the swing (I'm a lefty) and realized I don't see that anymore. So while trying different things out I realized the only way to see that clubhead out of the corner of my eye was to get my hands really hi
  11. Probably been stated already, but I watched Phil's hinge and hold video about 20 times. Trying to get that hands forward feel is tough. But he makes it as simple as it can be. I used to dread chipping, but look forward to it now because I know I'm gonna hit a good shot. I pretty much use my 54 degree wedge for everything. Feet together, ball in between them. I normally chip with the face square, and just hit it aggressively. 90% of the time I chip with the face square, and modulate distance with swing speed. If I have a tight chip then I'll open the face to pop it up high and short, but
  12. Thank you. I thought they had a funny looking bump on the sole. That looks really odd. How is the turf interaction with that thing on the bottom vs flat?
  13. Can anyone post some up close pics of the soles at different angles? They look odd to me and I can't get a good idea of what they look like from the pics online
  14. Agree. I bought some Mizuno jpx 900s a few weeks ago. They're pretty sweet. Even though they're "old" clubs by a few seasons. I don't care tho.
  15. Back from the dead for this thread! I don't know if these are even available any more, but wanted to add my thoughts on this putter since I've played it for awhile now. This will be season 2 of the smart square putter for me. I absolutely love it. I have the TFI version (copper face) and I really love the alignment the squares give. They weren't kidding when they say the double lines help with alignment and face angle, My putting improved immensely last year. I had a Ping ketsch that was ok, but I really like this one better. When I ordered mine the place I ordered them from sent me 2.. so I'm
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