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  1. So I currently game an sm6 60 degree with 08 bounce and m grind. It works fine for me but since moving to AZ I've wanted something with less bounce to help with tight lies around the green. I have ordered a SM9 60 04 L but after reading some reviews I'm concerned with some people saying they have an issue opening up the face for higher shots and that the leading edge sits higher than most people believe. I never heard of wedge works wedges until now but was wondering on the pros and cons of the WedgeWorks T Grind and the WedgeWorks Low Bounce K Grind because they seem to be what I'm looking for in a 60 degree.
  2. Hey everyone! First time posting! I’m planning on upgrading my wedges. I currently have Taylormade MG2 52/56. I’m planning on upgrading to the Vokey SM9’s. I got to thinking more about it, and I’m looking for some help on this…should I replace the Ping G425 PW/UW(power spec loft) in my bag with Vokey wedges? My wedges cover about 125 yards in. My thought process is that I upgrade them to something with more spin for control on the greens. Does anyone have any data pertaining to the differences from the G425 stock wedges vs Vokey? Or maybe dealt with this in another brand? Any info or help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  3. As always my price includes USPS Priority Shipping CONUS only. Limited edition, slightly used Titleist Vokey SM7 Slate Blue Wedges. 50 & 54 Degree. Nippon Modus Pro 125 stiff shafts, Golf Pride Multi-Compound midsize grips. 50 deg 08 F grind. 54 deg 10 S grind. Only some slight marking on the 54 from a couple sand shots out of some pretty terrible bunkers. Wedges played 27 holes total. 50 is barely used. Asking $230 shipped.
  4. As always my price includes USPS Priority Shipping CONUS only. Trade interests are ONLY 620 mb, MP20 MB, or MP20 MMC and must be 4-P at minimum. T100 4-P paired with PX LZ 5.5 and new Tour Velvet Align mid grips. Standard length and loft but playing 1* flat. Clubs are in pretty terrific condition. $850 shipped OBO. SM8 52F08 and 52D12. Same specs and shafts and grips as the irons. The 54 shows a little wear as it’s my go to sand wedge. $200 shipped. Take it all for $990 shipped.
  5. Recently purchased an SM8 56* M grind off eBay.. brand new in wrapper. To match it also purchased a 60* M grind from golf galaxy. Get home and comparing the 2. Most everything looks good on the EBay (grip matches and looks/smells right, shaft length is correct, shaft ribbon is in same on both, wrapper seems almost identical, etc.) however the serial numbers are completely different fonts and the #number 56 seems to be a little more bold than the 60. The second could just be my eyes though. Looking for opinions or other things to look for. the eBay seller was very nice when I contacted him. Said he bought it at his course’s pro shop, gave me name of the shop and pro there. Did offer to refund if it is fake? Just a little concerned. Working on grabbing some pictures
  6. Recently purchased an SM8 56* M grind off eBay.. brand new in wrapper. To match it also purchased a 60* M grind from golf galaxy. Get home and comparing the 2. Most everything looks good on the EBay (grip matches and looks/smells right, shaft length is correct, shaft ribbon is in same on both, wrapper seems almost identical, etc.) however the serial numbers are completely different fonts and the #number 56 seems to be a little more bold than the 60. The second could just be my eyes though. Looking for opinions or other things to look for. the eBay seller was very nice when I contacted him. Said he bought it at his course’s pro shop, gave me name of the shop and pro there. Did offer to refund if it is fake? Just a little concerned. Working on grabbing some pictures
  7. So..heres my setup..nothing too complicated but it gets the job done really well. I am currently a 10.4 handicap, shooting around low 80s from about 6850 yards. I basically got tired of my game improvement irons and decided to get rid of them shovels and get something more player's-irons like but still having forgiveness and workability. Tried out a lot of clubs and got fitted for new irons... Driver: Taylormade M4 10.5* w/ Mitsubishi Tensei CK Orange 60 Stiff Shaft 5-wood: Ping G400 w/ Alta Stiff Shaft 4-Rescue: Taylormade SIM2 Tour Rescue w/ Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Blue Stiff Shaft 5-PW: 2020 Taylormade P790 w/ Nippon NS Pro 950GH Stiff Shafts and MCC Align grips, 1* flat, 1* weak lofted Gap Wedge: 51* Titleist Vokey TVD M grind Sand Wedge: 56* Titleist Vokey SM7 10S Lob Wedge: Cleveland RTX-4 9FULL Putter: 2020 Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport 2 **Read Below Honestly, I love these clubs. I hit them well and they perform exactly how i wanted them to. I had tested a lot of irons from Mizuno, Taylormade, Callaway, Srixon, and Ping at a PGA Tour Superstore but the P790s really shocked me with the feel and flight. Taylormade came to my golf course and did a fitting session open to locals and i signed up since it was free and i wanted to get fitted for P790s. I was hitting the P790 7-iron about 205 yards on average with the ns pro 120 shafts but the ball flight was low and about 4000 rpm spin. But after changing them to something lighter and higher launch (ns pro 950gh) i had the results i wanted: about 6400 spin and carried 185 yards. Upon changing to these irons, i broke 85 for the first time a month after putting them in my bag and have been happy ever since. My driver headcover is from Pins and Aces and they are AWESOME. For the price, best headcover in the game, really high quality and stylish i would say, great company. I would like to get a dormie workshop headcover one day but thats when i will upgrade my driver, which is not in the near future. I love my driver, it is pretty consistent and carries about 285 yards. Its not super long but it gets me in the fairway. My 5-wood is my ultimate tool in long par-5s, it carries 250 yards and this thing is like a canon. I suck at hitting woods except for Ping woods. On address it looks amazing and aspires confidence. The newest club in the bag is the SIM2 tour rescue. I was surprised to get this club since people say its hard to hit bla bla bla and i should get the SIM2 max hybrid instead but i keep on over drawing the SIM2 max hybrids cuz i feel like they look awfully closed-face on address. This rescue is amazing...low ball flight, carries 220 yards and great for getting out of thick roughs. Thats pretty much it for my WITB..my wedges are pretty good, they get the job done. I love the RTX-4 cuz they are really spinny. Vokeys and Vokeys, we all know what they can do, no mistakes there. The Putter is relatively new but it works really good. I previously played a super soft taylormade putter which ends up short on my misses but the scotty really gives an extra push and my missed become inside two feet past the hole which is what i want. Nothing feels like a scotty but i would also take that with a gran of salt since putters should mainly look good on your eyes and it all depends on your own feel. ONE LAST THING... i always use Nike golf shoes because i feel like theyre sporty and not boring like FootJoy (no offense) but the thing with Nike golf shoes is that they are not as good quality as FJ and nowhere as comfortable as FJ. So overall, FJ actually wins in comfort among any other brands. HOWEVER....... Rory Mcilroy's new nike shoes just popped up on the nike website and your boy gotta cop. AND LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHING.....NIKE....YOU FINALLY DID IT....no joke its one of the coolest, sporty yet classy golf shoes nike has come up with in recent years (in my opinion)...and guess what??? THEY ARE SUPERRR COMFORTABLE...PICS BELOW... the leather is screaming good quality and the laces make them look classy and i love the fact that it is really simple.. just white with grey accents. And i like these soft spikes better than the ones on the infinity tours. Awesome shoe Nike!!! FEEL FREE TO COMMENT...LET ME KNOW IF YOU LIKE OR DISLIKE AND MAYBE I COULD GET SOME OPINIONS FOR RAIN GEAR AND GOLF APPAREL. THANKS!!
  8. After years of asking, testing and scrapping together a bag of sticks I feel this set up is here to stay. Not partial to any one brand but get very attached to my clubs if they work. The current starting line up is below. Driver: Taylormade SIM 8.25, slight fade bias, Hazrdus Red 6s 44" 3 Wood: Taylormade M1 15, neutral weights, Oban Devotion 6 4 Hybrid (Van Halen Hybrid): Tour Edge Bazooka, Accara CS1 M5 3 Iron: Nike Vapor Speed, Project X PW-4 Iron: Nike Vapor Pro Combo, DG300 Wedges: 52 Vokey SM5 F grind, 56 Vokey SM5 S grind, 60 Vokey SM6 M grind Putter: Taylormade Ardmore 3 Black Copper I've never had too big a problem with spin rate being too high. My normal numbers for the driver all come in around 175 mph with 2-2.5k spin. Didn't think much of the hzrdus when I purchased it second hand but I found it worked really well, firing off rounds at mid launch and low spin. I can't tell if its tipped or shortened but it's 44". My personal preference is lighter shafts where I can feel the load so it fit my tastes perfectly. The 3 wood was my first attempt at building a club on my own. Bought the head and uncut shaft separately then chopped a few inches off the butt of the club and glued a grip and adapter and tried it out. Struck gold on my first try. Mid launch spinning in around 3-3.5k. It's a club I use as an alternate for the driver if the hole is a little narrower or shorter. Obans play a bit on the stiffer side so I wasn't too worried about the flex. Ultimately, it's the numbers and feel the club gives you that should be the deciding factor. The hybrid was a fun project I had in mind. That position of the bag is in constant flux. I was never a believer in hybrids. Pride overcast rational thought and I was attempting to fill the slot with 2/3 irons from a variety of makes and models. Finally, I found an old hybrid donated from a friend some years ago. Old tour edge with a senior shaft that I only took out to mess around. As a winter project I figured I'd change the shaft and paint it. Im a big fan of rock and roll from the 70/80s, Queen, Guns n Roses and Van Halen being my big 3. Tough to draw the Queen and Guns logos on a hybrid but EVHs frankenstrat fit the bill. Im far from Picasso but still happy with the way it turned out. The beauty of the design is that the more it gets used the closer to the intended representation it becomes. Haven't tested it out yet but have high hopes for it this coming year. The 3 iron, as mentioned, is a place holder and a bench warmer. Swings like a mace but was able to be used off the tee and into par 5s. might take a page out of Finau's book a throw a tour ad in. The irons are my pride and joy. I've loved them since the day I hit them. Swing weight, looks, spin and feel are all there. The golf bug bit me around the time nike golf was going out of business so I only had one shot at getting these new. Been playing them for 7 years pretty heavily. Some signs of wear but they hold up. The volt swoosh started to fade a bit, and I wanted them to match the bag a little more. A little paint fill and clear coat go a long way. They wont be leaving the bag for a long time to come. Vokeys are pretty standard in the bag. Never had trouble spinning them and when they look and feel good they don't need to be replaced. A little side note is that the 52 is the length of a 56. Don't know what mastermind had the idea but it was pre-Bryson. Making all the wedges single length seems like a pretty good idea, especially from a consistency standpoint. The putter is all about feel. Tried out a couple scotty cams and odysseys but liked the feel of the Ardmore. Mallets take a lot of the work out of the putting stroke since theres more mass behind the head. For me 34" was the right length. I feel confident when I play with it, even on the bad days. If you made it this far and want to talk shop please leave a comment. I love talking gear. Without further ado, the bag. If you want to talk shop or have any questions, please leave a comment. I love talking gear and hearing peoples thoughts. Thanks for reading!
  9. SOLD Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero in 9.0* loft., head only This has scratching of the clear coat on the crown, light nicks and scratches on the crown but no dents, popups, of other marks on the face. I would assume the previous owner didn't keep the headcover on and got a little aggressive trying to clean the crown. Pics show condition. I actually never got around to trying this head out. SOLD Sold the GOAT, the legend, the 2016 Taylormade M2 in 9.5*, head only. You've seen the multiple threads about this one. I currently play this head in 8.5*. This head has been well taken care of. No popups, dents, etc. Light scratching on the crown at best. Sole is worn but not abused. Always covered. The screw for the back weight has been rounded, I';m guessing you could still remove it if necessary, just being upfront about the condition. Was like that when I got it. $125 shipped, and I will certainly not feel bad if it doesn't sell to keep as a backup. Sold Vokeys....picked up at a golf show in demo/like new/shop wear only condition on a whim after too many cold beverages. Willing to do head only if desired. Only one left is the 52..... Vokey SM7, in 52/8 F grind, chrome, stock shaft and grip. Very little wear - a couple range sessions and 1 or 2 rounds, doesn't fit my gapping. $80 shipped.
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