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  1. Added! Winston Collection Tiger Woods Invitational Driver Headcover. Has Taylormade stitched into it as they were a sponsor and this came on a SIM2 Max Driver that was also a tee gift. This headcover is only available if you play in the tournament. Please see below. Never used but has one minor white dot on top, maybe a small snag from travel. Not really sure how to price this but let’s try $250 shipped G425 3 Hybrid with Ventus Blue 8X. Plays standard length. Picked this up from a member on here but just not going to work for me. Pics are split head / shaft but will sell any way you want it. $350 for full club or $190 for head and $190 for shaft. Really nice combo. Let me know if you have questions! Reasonable offers welcome. Thanks
  2. I haven't hit a bunch beyond the TSI3 and the Ping G425 Max but both of those were winners for me. I don't hit 3w off ground much so tend to stick to TSI3 because its a cannon off the tee but G425 Max is as well and super forgiving. Couldn't quite get shaft dialed on the Max but I think w some hot melt to reduce spin / help sound it'd be unreal
  3. Just one item today - SIM2 Max Head only - new in plastic. Headed out of town this evening so would love to ship before 5:00pm. $340 shipped SOLD
  4. I feel like BK may dropkick Mark Crossfield after 5 minutes of listening to him
  5. Dang the blades look so good - how can I not order a set for $525
  6. I wouldn’t say it’s a pattern — just a bad after work swing .. I guess relative to some Titleist CBs I’ve played previously and the like there may be more offset, but they are almost exactly like the offset of 2018 X Forged IMO.. it may be slightly more pronounced but I wouldn’t say it’s crazy
  7. You need heavier weights. Adding length will increase the swingweight, but most CB putters have a heavier headweight to offset the weight in the butt end of the grip. Tanks are around 400g headweight.
  8. 1. City, State? Stuart, FL 2. Handicap? 3 3. How would the Apex Utility Wood fit into your bag? Bridge gap between 4 iron and 3 wood 4. Why do you want to test the Callaway Apex Utility Wood? Never quite been a 5 wood guy because of the extra length / afraid it'd launch too high. Very intrigued by this club as it is a lot closer to a hybrid in size but would probably cover distance gap even better / be more consistent with the larger head. 5. Do you agree to take high quality photos, write an in-depth review, and be part of an on-going testing thread? yes of course!
  9. Just One Item up for sale today. Scotty Cameron Golo S5 Center Shaft. Tough to find these in great shape — just gonna throw on here and see if anyone wants it. Awesome putter and I’ve been searching for one awhile but just not gonna use it. 34” and has Lime / White Superstroke Grip. Includes Cover. Let’s try $365 shipped OBRO. No trades
  10. Also did this and have been cruising. I almost like it better than paypal. Separate bank account for golf A okay
  11. And the first sell out is............ Greg Norman. Will get paid to be photographed in his birthday suit in a sports illustrated magazine and will be paid to run a corrupt golf tour... https://golfweek.usatoday.com/2021/10/27/golf-saudi-private-meeting-news-series-greg-norman/
  12. I did not have nearly as much pain from C-Tapers as I did from Project X 6.5/7.0, but maybe that's just me. C-Tapers are great for trajectory control and where I think many folks go wrong is getting the wrong flex. I've worked as a fitter previously and clients were few and far between that truly needed the 130X Flex. Now, lots of folks play them and can play them and get away with it, but the shaft performs a lot better and feels a lot better if you get the correct flex. I used to play 130X SSx1 and transitioned into the 125 S+ and found a good middle ground. The 120S felt even better to me and offered the same level of control but I preferred heavier weight of the 125. Dispersion with these is great- it is difficult to feel a lot of load with them just because of the nature of the shaft but the left / right control and trajectory control is superb. I wouldn't be scared of them - just make sure you try a flex 1/2 softer to a full flex softer. You will be surprised how good they are. I don't play them currently but they're worth a shot.
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