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  1. For sale Ping G410 5 wood played for a season. SOLD You can pick which shaft you want it shipped with the stock Alta CB stiff or Aldila ATX 75 Blue stiff. I also have 10g to go with it as well as the stock 7g that's in it. $170 shipped to Cont US. No trades please.
  2. Professional engineers figuring out optimal lofting for best gapping or designing iron sets to have strong lofted 6 and 7 irons for fitting carts so people hit them further than there last set and think they have a winner. Chris Voshall has stated in online videos that 4 degrees of spacing is ideal when discuss the MP20 SEL set. Golf is so distance driven, in modern sets you see 5 degrees of spacing to mid irons (for fitting carts) then you see 3 degrees of spacing in long irons as they have to pump the brakes or it gets to ridiculous. Today's 4 iron lofts are yesteryear 2 iron lof
  3. Since my original post I ended up bending my MP20 MMC's to the specs below. So far I'm liking what I'm seeing. I can definitely see a difference in offset for the ones bent 2 degrees weak. I also like the added bounce as I play in mostly soft conditions and tend to get steep on the ball at times. Mizuno's are typically so low bounce even adding 2 degrees there still lower bounce than a lot of irons. I also like the added height to the mid-long irons. The odd thing is a cant say that a lost any distance, maybe a yard or two. 5iron 25 to 26 6iron 28 to
  4. Here's a chart a member posted in one of the forums.
  5. I'm in the camp of no/minimal offset in any clubs. Might have to do with being right handed and left eye dominant. I tend line up the toe of an iron with the shaft at setup and an iron with to much offset ends up being closed to target. I played center shafted putters for years as plumber neck putters just look so strange to me.
  6. Didn't read all 51 pages so not sure if its mentioned but I'm really enjoying the coverage without fans. Watching the completion of the second round this morning on ESPN with my headphones on having coffee and you can hear the breezes going though the trees, just seems so peaceful. Also enjoying the course without all the grand stands as you can really get a sense of the layout. Cant say I've missed hearing mash potatoes or Baba Booey on every tee shot. With all that said they will be missed on the back nine at the end of the day on Sunday...
  7. From my understanding yes. It would raise the leading edge creating more bounce when loft is weakened. Just not sure how much and if it would be noticeable.
  8. Good to hear you found a set your really like. I have a problem with aligning the hosel with the toe at address which shuts the face with irons with offset and makes them look closed and going left quick.
  9. Hey All, I had question regarding weakening loft in an iron to reduce offset. Did a search and didn't see the answers I was looking for but remember seeing topics on the discussion before. Playing a set of MP20 MMC's and really liking them a lot. Not having any issue with spacing but still seems odd going from 3* in long irons to 5* in shorter clubs instead of an even 4*. Really liking the clubs but wouldn't mind reducing the offset a bit and if I get a little more height in the long irons that wouldn't upset me either. Not sure if the changes would even be noticeable or a waste of
  10. That looks to me like a high on the face pop up with sand or hard soil on the ball when it was hit. Each one of those holes in the finish represents a piece of sand/rock that was between the club and your ball when struck. Maybe an early morning wet round? I dont believe a clean ball would have caused that. It still sucks none the less and I have been there myself.
  11. Those don't look to bad, It was definitely the lighting in the first pictures making them look worse.
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