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  1. LH Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS for sale w/new headcover- Driver was purchased new from Callaway in August of last year and is in excellent shape. Minor scratches from normal play (see photos). Driver plays factory length 45.75in. Shaft is a Mitsubishi Tensei AV White 75g X-Stiff. No marks or scratches on the shaft. Golfpride Z Grip CHEV Black (46g). Asking $320 shipped but open to offers. Not Interested in any trades at the moment. Please reach out with any questions or additional picture requests. Thanks
  2. Hi Everyone, I'm relatively new to the game and I'm excited to share WITB. The purpose of this bag is longevity and development. My purpose with this bag is to not chop and change but to have 14-15 clubs that I know work for years to come. I've been conscious in selecting my clubs in trying to maintain fluidity in the swing weight, ability, my potential, etc. I'm currently a member of an indoor driving range that I visit 3-4 times a week that has a dedicated trackman for each bay. I also take a lesson every fortnight. I aim to play once a fortnight but, weather where I am, has been horrendous (largest amount of rainfall on record and wettest July on record). The make up of this bag has been largely done with the help of my PGA pro, whom, I've been seeing on a fortnightly basis. Feel free to ask questions, criticise, give guidance - whatever. So here goes: About me: I had been averaging a 85-88 mph swing speed with a 7 iron (had is due to some rotational swing changes and has slowed down to 82-83 recently) and 95mph in Driver swing speed. I'm a digger in my AoA (average 5 degrees down) and have an in-to-out swing. My miss is generally a pull due to lack of rotation in the takeaway. My aim: I want to be averaging scores of 90 (18 handicap) in the next 2-3 years. I know that if I reach this goal, I'll want to go down lower but I want something that, right now, feels attainable within this timeframe to achieve. At the moment, I'm yet to break 100 at my local course (Par 72, Slope 136). Ball: Titleist ProV1x Why: I like the compression it offers and I like the feedback it offers when I don't hit it well. I've recently bought a couple boxes of TP5x Pix to try so it may change but not drastically. Driver: Cobra SZ Xtreme 9.0 Shaft: Tensei White 65 Stiff Flex (standard length) Grip: Golf Pride MCC+4 Midsize with 3 papers Adjustment: Sitting in Standard loft with draw setting and a 19g weight in the head to counter the heavier grips Why: This is the first driver I bought, it came with a Hazardus yellow 6.0 shaft that has been swapped out after a driver fitting. In the said driver fitting, I tried Stealth HD, Rogue ST Max D, G425 & G425 SFT - I couldn't hit them better than the SZ Xtreme - yes, it's me, but what was worthwhile was finding the Tensei White shaft and how much more better fit for me it is than the Hazardus. At the moment, it's the least confident club in the bag and the one I'm trying to work on the most. 3 wood: Titleist TSi3 15 Shaft: Tensei White 75 Stiff Flex (standard length) Grip: Golf Pride MCC+4 Midsize with 2 papers Adjustment: Sitting in A3 setting (16.5 degrees and 1.5 degrees upright - draw bias) and weight in the heel - I've ordered heavier swing weights (standard is 8 grams - moving to heaviest at 16 grams) Why: I've tried a couple of 3 woods and a 5 wood (Srixon ZX - underrated, Cobra Big Tour Radspeed - nope, not for me, G425 5 wood - great club but distance was lacking and played more like a 3 hybrid than a 3 wood) and I settled on the TSi3. I've gone with the TSi3 as I think it's great value, has the shaft that I felt comfortable with in the driver, and has an incredible range of adjustment. I can hit launch it well and I feel it's a club that I will gain more out of as I grow. I also want to be able to play a 3 wood and be good at it. P.S. ball speed has been impressive. 2 iron: Callaway X Forged UT 18 Shaft: Project X U Steel Shaft 6.0 110g (+1.25") Grip: Golf Pride MCC+4 Midsize with 3 papers Adjustments: Standard loft and lie Why: Where I live, there is an assortment of links courses that a 2 iron just makes sense. I also was recommended a 2 iron by my PGA pro due to my ability to hit down on the ball (AoA is averaging 5 degrees down) and he feels this may be a better option than a hybrid generally. I also feel this is a club that I will continue learning with and gain value as I grow. It's an experiment but I certainly enjoy hitting it. 3 hybrid: Titleist TSi3 20 Shaft: Tensei White 90 X-Stiff Flex (standard length) Grip: Golf Pride MCC+4 Midsize with 2 papers Adjustment: Sitting in A2 setting (standard loft with draw bias - 2 degrees upright) and weight in the heel - again, ordered heavier swing weights as I have with the TSi3 fairway Why: I love a hybrid - I like the set-up to a hybrid and it fills me with confidence even if I don't hit it well. I've got this on order (waiting for Titleist to source the shaft) and waiting on it to come in. Like the fairway, I'll be adding a heavier weight to the head to consider the heavier grip weight. I've gone with the TSi3 for the same reason as the fairway - I like the adjustability, I like that the shaft isn't an upcharge and I feel like I'll continue growing into it. I've tried other hybrids (Srixon & PING) but I love the TSi3 at address - it doesn't look closed (though it does when I have it in A2 setting) and it looks more iron-like. Irons: Callaway Rogue ST Pro 4-AW Shaft: True Temper Elevate 115 X-Stiff Flex VSS pro (+1.25") Grip: Golf Pride MCC+4 Midsize with 2 papers Adjustments: Standard loft and lie Why: I was originally using PING i200 w/ AWT 2.0 stiff shafts - I love the head of the PING i200 but for my ability, they were an aspirational club. My major issue with the PING i200 was the shafts - I found these irons brand new off the shelf in blue dot (1 degree up) and an inch longer in length (which I found out were only inch longer due to an insert which only made the flex more flimsy). I had a lot of confidence with the i200 6 iron down, but 5 iron up, I couldn't hit a barn door. I do better with a heavier swing weight and the ascending weights in these shafts just do not work well for me. So, I had a fitting with my PGA pro and tried several irons (T200, T300, P790, Stealth, Apex, and the i525) and the Rogue ST Pro came out on top (2nd was Stealth and 3rd was the i525). I wasn't that interested in the Rogue ST Pro prior to the fitting and the sound at impact wasn't the greatest but I loved them - it was like the Rogue ST Pro chose me. Wedges: Callaway Jaws Full Toe 54/12 & 58/10 Raw Black C-Grind Shaft: Dynamic Golf Spinner 115 Tour Issue (+1.25") Grip: Golf Pride MCC+4 Midsize with 3 papers Adjustments: Standard loft and lie Why: I was originally using Cleveland RTX Zipcore full face wedges (brilliant wedges) but the lofts were out of sync with the Rogue ST Pro. Instead of having 5 wedges (PW-43, AW-48, 52, 56, & 60), I changed to PW (43), AW (48), 54 & 58 and freed up a slot up the top of the bag. This simplified things for me and gives me more confidence when choosing which wedge to play. Putter: PING Anser 2021 Shaft: Standard PING Shaft (35") Grip: Standard PING pistol grip (PP58 S) Adjustments: none Why: Like the Driver, this was the first putter I bought - it works well for me and I feel really confident with it. One day in the future I may organise a fitting for a new putter but that won't be soon. Bag: Callaway Fairway 14 Stand Bag (Black) Why: I like having individual slots for each club and I find it annoying having to pull and replace clubs with larger midsize grips. By having 14 spaces, it just makes things a bit easier.
  3. The Kai'li Blue is currently being used on tour as a "Prototype", just like the Kai'li White was before it hit retail. I found some Info regarding the tour proto version from the Kai'li White forum, which is shown below. Looking at the Kai'li White's retail spec vs. the Proto, they are identical and I guess we can except the same from the Blue. Does anyone have any info on a retail release for this shaft? @MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL is there any info you can give us regarding the release date or how it compares to the Kai'li White or Diamana TB?
  4. Does anyone have these shafts? Care to give any feedback on initial thoughts, performance, etc.? I have Modus Tour 105 S, this may be a stupid assumption, but I didn't know if I should go up to an X or TX in the MMT's? Is a graphite 105g shaft softer than a steel 105g shaft? I have so many questions. haha Thanks!!
  5. Few things for sale, no trades. Prices includes shipping to lower 48, others message me for shipping. See pics for shaft length measurements tip to butt of grip. Ping g410 lst 9* driver head. Used but still in great condition. SOLD. - with ping tour 65x shaft SOLD - with Tensei raw orange 65 stiff 230 - with ventus black velocore 6x SOLD Blacked out Odyssey 2-ball white hot pro 35”great condition with the best odyssey insert of all time. Headcover and weights included. 300 shipped. Odyssey OG 7s with stroke lab. Used but still in very good condition. Headcover included. SOLD. DG Tour Issue S400 5-pw shaft pulls. Midsize zgrips. Pulled from Callaway Apex TCB’s. SOLD Kuro Kage XD 60 stiff with Taylormade tip SOLD. Titleist 718 AP2 50* gap wedge project x 6.0 shaft standard lie, length, and loft. Very good condition. 85 shipped.
  6. This is the jfrank bag as it ends 2022 and goes into January 2023. 2022 has been a good year of golf with some nice rounds at TPC Sawgrass, TPC San Antonio, Canyon Springs, World Woods, Atlantic Dunes, Heron Point, LPGA, and Old Corkscrew. FSGA 4-Ball win at Vanderbilt. Two eagles this year. Hit #17 green at Sawgrass three times. The bag has evolved with some drivers and wood changes, along with a putter commitment. WITB January 2023: Bag = Ogio Octane Carry with Bombs Driver = Ping G410 Plus - 10.5 degree with Tensei CK Orange, 60g Stiff, Neutral weight 3 Wood = Adams XTD 13.5Ti - 13.5 set at 15 degrees, with Matrix Red Tie 7Q3 70g Stiff Absolutely love the huge velocity slots on top and bottom, plus the weighting - have hit a couple 260, but can also top it. Hybrid/Rescue = TaylorMade Rescue 2011 - 3h, 18 degrees, Aldila RIP TM-TP-HB 85 grams Stiff Irons = TaylorMade SIM Max - 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, P, A (21.5deg-49deg) KBS MAX 85g Regular Steel Shafts Little too much offset for me now, but I hit some good shots with these over the past couple of years. SW D0-D1. Sand Wedge = Cleveland CBX2 - 54 degree, 12 degrees bounce, Dynamic Gold 115 Wedge Lob Wedge = Cleveland CBX2 - 58 degree, 10 degrees bounce, Dynamic Gold 115 Wedge Putter = Ping Scottsdale TR - Custom CF insert, Golf Pride Pro-Only Cord 83g Grip, Black, Pb Love the feel of this one. My backup is a TM Rossa Daytona. My handicap is down to sub-15 and my ball striking is improving enough to where I believe I need to make a move to Players Distance irons in 2023. Looking to see if I can make the leap to a Ping i230, Titleist T200, Srixon ZX5, etc. - let me know what you think. Also considering a change to a traditional 58 degree LW for a more narrow profile when opening the blade. I'm staying committed to this driver and putter! I will make some other posts about my 6 drivers and 12 putters throughout the year. jfrank
  7. What's In ForTourUseOnly's Bag? Driver: Titleist TSR3 9.0 Shaft: Fujikura Ventus VeloCore Black 6-X (Tipped 1") Digital Loft: 7.5 Length: 45.00" SureFit Hosel: C1 SureFit CG: Black +2g @ T1 Lie: 57.75° Swingweight: D3 Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord 60R (Logo Down) 3-Wood: Titleist TSR3 15 Shaft: Fujikura Ventus TR VeloCore Blue 8-X (Tipped 1.5") Digital Loft: 14.0 Length: 42.50" SFTSureFit Hosel: C1 SureFit CG: Blue +4g @ N (3g Hot Melt In Toe) Lie: 55.75° Swingweight: D4 Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord 60R (Logo Down) 7-Wood: Titleist TSR2 21 Shaft: Fujikura Ventus VeloCore Black 10-X (Tipped 1.5") Digital Loft: 19.0 Length: 40.50" SFTSureFit Hosel: C1 SureFit CG: Copper +6g (4g Hot Melt In Toe) Lie: 57.25° Swingweight: D4 Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord 60R (Logo Down) Iron: Titleist T-Series T200 Tour ('21) 4 Iron Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 Length: Standard Loft: 0.5° Weak Lie: 2° Flat Swingweight: D4 Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord 60R (Logo Down) Irons: Titleist T-Series T100·S ('21) 5 Iron - 9 Iron Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 Length: Standard Loft: 1°-2° Weak Lie: 2° Flat Swingweight: D4 Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord 60R (Logo Down) Specs: Iron - Offset - Length - Loft - Lie - SW 4 - 2.9mm - 38.50" - 22.5° - 59.5° - D4 5 - 2.4mm - 38.00" - 26.0° - 60.0° - D4 6 - 1.8mm - 37.50" - 30.0° - 60.5° - D4 7 - 1.5mm - 37.00" - 34.0° - 61.0° - D4 8 - 1.2mm - 36.50" - 38.0° - 61.5° - D4 9 - 1.0mm - 36.00" - 42.0° - 62.0° - D4 PW: Titleist Vokey Design SM9 46.10 F-Grind Raw Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 Length: 35.75" Loft: 46.0° Lie: 62.0° Bounce: 10° Swingweight: D4 Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord 60R (Logo Down) GW: Titleist Vokey Design SM9 50.12 F-Grind Raw Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 Length: 35.50" Loft: 50.5° Lie: 62.0° Bounce: 12.5° Swingweight: D4 Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord 60R (Logo Down) SW: Titleist Vokey Design SM9 54.10 S-Grind Raw Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 Length: 35.25" Loft: 55.0° Lie: 62.0° Bounce: 11° Swingweight: D5 Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord 60R (Logo Down) LW: Titleist Vokey WedgeWorks 60.06 T-Grind Raw Shaft: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 Length: 35.00" Loft: 60.0° Lie: 62.0° Bounce: 6° Swingweight: D5 Grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord 60R (Logo Down) Putter: Scotty Cameron Fastback 1.5 T22 Tour Tour Teryllium Fastback 1.5 T22 in Tour Black. Shaft: Scotty Cameron Stepless Steel - Tour Black Length: 33.50" Offset: 1/2 Shaft Loft: 3.5° Lie: 70.0° Head Weight: 360g Grip: Scotty Cameron - Baby T - Black Ball: Titleist '21 ProV1x Marking 1: "M" Initial On Side Marking 2: Black Line Over Side Stamp
  8. Hi everyone, I happened to have broken my driver (popped the crown right off). It has been with me for my beginner seasons and has done me proud, but now it's time to move on. I was fitted for a new driver yesterday and my best feel was a G425 Max with an MCA shaft Tensei Pro Orange 1K-60-S. Looking it up, it's quite the pricey shaft and I'm wondering if I might get some help from the community as to some other shafts that are similar. My first guess was to use this chart: Where I noticed the prior year's Tensei CK Pro Orange, which I believe is the predecessor to the 1K Pro Orange. Staying in the neighbourhood of spin/launch, I am thinking of opting for the EvenFlow T1100 White 65-S (since it is likely to be more widely available since it is a stock driver shaft). This is all new to me, so recommendations are welcomed and appreciated.
  9. Bouncing between shafts and IMOP couldn’t be two totally different set ups Ventus 6x w/ Stealth Plus + 8* , static weight of 320g no lead tape Diamana Limited OG 70TX , lead tape job 335 to 340 ish depending on the tape job I’m Testing Both just a shade north of 45” Ventus I want to make the Ventus work prob because its popular and I am in fear of Equipment FOMO, Ventus by Far the LONG of the LONG , 325ish Like an ICBM , carry but I am just not skillful enough to harness that power on the course. Driving range hero swing after swing where I want it to the back of the range, but on the course she’s a little bit of a wild devil, I even tried a Ventus TR 7tx , still testing Old Faithful - D+ Limited 70TX , aka heavy carbon fiber bar (Trackman was tested with 340g club weight ) See trackman below , cuts through the wind, is pretty long 305 to 315ish carry, and the most important , she’s a fairway finder , NOT the long of the long but puts me in play. Leaving 10-15 yds on the table is significant but additional power is useless less its transferable to the course. Any thoughts on how to make the Ventus more consistent set up , or I’m I jumping over a dollar to get at a nickel? The Ventus is legit , I just maybe one of those folks that need that weight to make speed with accuracy. Thanks
  10. @MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL Will we see an update to the Diamana D+ Limited Edition / D Limited line with some updated materials in the near future? I currently play D+ Limited Edition 60TX in my driver and I love the more stable handle version of a whiteboard profile. I would love to see a similar bend profile with some updates to the materials (5th Gen Diamana), while keeping some classic materials that made this profile so popular with Tour Players (Tiger, Brooks, Morikawa, Finau, Lowry, etc.). Traditionally, the whiteboard profile has been softer handle with a stiffer mid and tip section. With the D+ Limited Edition, MCA wanted to produce a whiteboard profile with a more stable handle/tip section and to lower the torque. Some materials I would like to see in an updated version would be: + DIALEAD Pitch Fibers in the handle. + MR70 and Boron Fibers in the tip section. + X-Link Tech Resin System + Ion Plating Finishing What improvements would you like to see, if any? Would you like to see them produce a stiffer handle and tip shaft that would compete with the Ventus Black? Images below: EI Profile of D Limited vs S+ LE (Blueboard) and D+ LE vs. Ventus Black
  11. Couple items today - 1. Callaway Rogue Sub Zero 9° head, used but excellent condition. No marks at all on the crown. $125 shipped 2. Tensei Blue AV 65 Stiff fairway shaft. 41.5”. $55 shipped
  12. Currently game the AV Raw White 75TX but I've heard good things about the Ventus Black 7x. I know the Ventus Black has been out a good while now. I've been swinging the tensei well but not great. For reference I play X7's in my irons and I play the Diamana D+Plus 80TX ony my 3w. What are the big differences between the two shafts. The White 75TX and the Ventura Black 7X? If there's another shaft that's comparable feel free to drop it in the comments. Thanks!
  13. Received this hybrid in a trade and It just didn’t fit my eye. I could tell when i set it down. This club has NEVER BEEN HIT. Plastic still on the head. I have two shaft options for the buyer. It has a have a stiff Mitsubishi Chemical Orange shaft. Hybrid with tensei in it (started at $185) NOW $160!!!!!!! Including shipping US SOLD Barley used Taylormade m3 3 wood. No shaft. Head only. Beautiful shape. Asking $90 Cobra MIM 52* and King 58* wedges used one season with PVD finished KBS Hi rev 2.0 shafts. Just received some Snakebite wedges and was contemplating transferring these shafts into them but decided too much work. If these do not sell I won’t be too upset. Asking $120 for the pair SOLD Greyson Polos. New without tags. I was too eager for these to come in and yanked the tags off thinking they would fit like my other large polos. They run slightly bigger. Just trying to salvage some $ I spent. I will do each shirt for $45 or both for $80. One shirt looks gray in the picture but it’s a nice purple color.
  14. I demo’d a Sim Udi 2 iron the other day and loved it. Although I actually got along with the stock Diamana Thump 100X it comes with, it was still launching just a bit high for me. Im looking for a lower launching hybrid shaft that still has a somewhat smooth release (not a board) that won’t fight the draw I use to knock my ball flight down. I haven’t messed around with many hybrid / driving iron shafts, so I’m looking for a little input from those with more experience. Thanks guys
  15. Pretty much all of the fairway wood shafts I've played in the past have had recommended tip trim instructions of the usual 0.5" trim for 3 wood, 1" for 5 wood (sometimes 7-wood these days) etc. which seems to have worked nicely in general, comparing how the shaft performs from driver to 3 wood etc.. Recently I've picked up a few Fujikura and older Aldila models that recommend 0 tip trim for 3 woods and I'm abit nervous/curious about why they do this. It's not as if the tips of the shaft are so stiff in comparison to other manufactures that they perform differently (or is it?!). Is it just a presumption that you want a fairway wood to launch higher than a driver? I'm not sure that's always the case from a shaft perspective, loft does the job for the most part. I've noticed Aldila have gone to the standard 0.5"-3 wood, 1" 5 wood or similar since being brought out by MRC. Anyway, so the question is what are peoples experiences or knowledge of why they do this? And how has if effected the performance of the shaft? Has not trimming the 3 wood shaft worked or have you had better results ignoring Fujikura etc. advice and going with the usual 0.5" trim etc? Anybody follow the no tip trim advice on shafts from other manufacturers that usual recommend trimming and had success? Any particular experience of the Fujikura Atmos line would be appreciated! Cheers
  16. Hello everyone, first post in here but long time lurker.. Former D1 golfer and quit after graduation for 4 years. Gotten back into it over the past year and have really taken a deeper interest into equipment science then before when I was playing more often. Current gamer: LH Tsi4 9 degree lofted down to 7.25 (special billy bobs loft adapter) Fujikura Motore X F1 7X 46” CHS-132 Ball speed-196 Backspin-~2300 Transition- very aggressive/fast I was fit for the motore 6 months ago.. I also tested Ventus Black, VA Slay, Green Hulk, Tensei Pro white, and a speeder. After that I’ve learned I like a shaft with more kick/explosion, but want to try to keep the spin down. A mid/low profile it seems feels the best. really did not like the stout feeling of the Ventus and Hzrdus Fast forward, I’ve done well in some tournaments at my club and have a good chunk of $ in club credit to spend and want to order a couple shafts. I’ve placed an order for a graphite design ad hd 6tx, but wanted to see if there were any opinions on if there was another one out there worth ordering that gives me that explosive loading/kick, but kept spin reasonably down. I.e. Diamana zf/tb, tensei 1k white, Kaili Blue etc. Not terribly concerned with dispersion as I have a 1 iron for the narrow tee balls. I want to build out the biggest bomber I possibly can. Any feedback/opinions appreciated!
  17. I was recently gifted a Ping G425 Max 3 wood (head only). I am currently gaming a TM SIM with the stock Diamana FW Limited shaft. I absolutely love this shaft and want to keep using it with the Ping head. Will the stock adaptor on the SIM fit the Ping club head when swapping out the heads? Any suggestions would be welcome.
  18. Random lot of stuff here today. All prices are shipped To CONUS and OBO. Thanks! John Byron Dale Head copper special project. 2001 #39/300. Measures 35.5” from end of grip to middle of the head. All original with shaft grip and California flag Headcover. Really cool putter and in great condition. $250 Clay Long Prototype 303 stainless with copper inlay. Even if you’re not familiar with Clay Long, you probably are familiar with many of his designs and clubs over the year. One that definitely stands out is the putter Jack used to win the 1986 Masters. This is a cool putter that only a small handful have the copper inlay in the cavity. Measures 34.5” from end of the grip to the middle of the head. In great condition with original shaft and Lampkin grip. Will come with a headcover to protect during shipping. $250 Winston Collection American Flag Driver Cover, brand new $85 Aldila Rogue 110 70S driver shaft, TM adapter and measures 44.5” $OLD Tensei Orange CK 60S driver shaft, TM adapter and measures 44.5” $OLD Toney Penna Mod 65 persimmon driver. Measures 43.5” and in good shape to game or restore if you’re wanting a project. Stiff shaft. Minor cosmetic cracks in the clear coat but nothing wrong with the wood. $40 Cleveland Mashie M1 hybrid. 15.5* and measures 40.5” grip to heel. Aldila NV hybrid 85X shaft. Ferrule is a tiny bit loose but can easily be glued back down. $65 Cleveland RTX-3 46* wedge. Has 8* of bounce and a dynamic gold wedge shaft. Face is clean and in great shape. $50
  19. I’ve been recently exploring the option of upgrading my stock shafts to aftermarket. I currently use the HZRDUS Smoke Black 6.0 in all of my woods and wanted to get recommendations on which shafts I should try. If you could explain the feel and differences between shafts, especially if you switched from the HZRDUS Smoke, that would help a lot. Thanks in advance!
  20. To be honest I'm a bit of a mitsubishi loyalist. I've had the CK Pro White 70TX the CK Pro Orange 70TX, Diamana D+Plus Limited 70TX, the Kurokage XD 70TX and now the Raw White 75TX.... I do not like th Raw white much. That being said has anyone gamed the Ventus Black 7X and how does it compare to the AV RW White? Thanks!
  21. https://issuu.com/mitsubishichemicalgolf/docs/mca-mca_2021-catalog-v9.3?fr=sNWU3YjI4MTIzMzI Haven't seen this posted elsewhere; apologies if others had already found this. New Tensei 1K is in there! Fujikura: https://fujikuragolf.com/2021-catalog Aldila: https://issuu.com/mitsubishichemicalgolf/docs/mca-ald-catalog-2021-v8.3?fr=sNWZlYzEyOTM4ODM No Synergy Green...again.
  22. Since Mitsubishi owns Aldila, it appears they are recycling previous shaft lines by repainting them and giving them a different name. If you take a look at the specs between the two shafts, they are identical, down to the torque, weight, kick point and even butt diameter. The specs charts are a copy/paste. They are even re-using some of the same marketing images in explaining what the shaft is supposed to do to increase launch angle. Russ Ryden on golfshaftreviews.info did an EI profile of the Ascent and he stated, "I looked back through the library of Mitsubishi designs and found both the 2015 KuroKage XT and the 2017 Fubuki V to have nearly identical profiles." I know shafts often share similar profiles but to have the EXACT same specs, down to the torque degree makes me think they are the same shaft repainted. Thoughts? Fubuki V Specs: Aldila Ascent Specs:
  23. Gamed - Diamana D+Plus Limited 70TX - AV Raw White 75TX - HZRDUS Black 6.5 - Tensei Pro Orange 70TX How does or would the Trono compare? thanks!
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