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  1. Bert's Bag 2023 Wedges: (PW) - Titleist T100S 44° AMT White S300 (GW) - Vokey SM9 48° 10F Dynamic Gold S300 (SW) - Vokey SM9 54° 10S Dynamic Gold S300 (LW) - Vokey SM9 58° 14K Dynamic Gold S300 (may be replaced with a lower bounce 58°) Irons: (PW-4Iron) - Titleist T100S AMT White S300 Woods/Metals: (Driver) - Taylormade M4 10.5° MCE Kai'Li White 60X (3Wood) - Taylormade SIM MAX 15° Fujikura Ventus Blue FW 6S (3Hybrid) - Taylormade SIM MAX 19° Fujikura Ventus Blue 7S Putter - 2014 Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2 @ 34"
  2. Not sure where my original WITB went. Might have been years since I've updated it. Here's the bag for 2023. I've committed to keep this bag for 2023. Let's see how it goes. callaway epic speed max ls 9* px smoke black rdx 60g 6.0 callaway rogue st ls 5w 18* tensei av white 70s pxg 0311 gen5 4h 22* fuji pro 2.0 8s srixon zx7 5-p nippon modus 120s cleveland rtx zipcore 52* 58* dg spinner toulon san diego stitch sl2 bag I'm also in between different balls right now. prov1x, avx, tour b x, chrome soft x. Also thinking of trying a yellow ball this season.
  3. Hey All, First time posting a WITB. Casual, life long player here that has taken about 5 years to go from old from hand-me-down, ill-fitting irons, to a bag I’m excited to play. After only playing 2-4 rounds a year I got serious last year with lessons and range time. I started with the irons in 2017. The 3, 4 hybrid and 5 woods are new to me and are recent Christmas upgrades from the no name 15+ year old woods I had. Wedges and putter were 2022 upgrades. Everything was purchased from callaway pre-owned (except the 5-wood, got on eBay in used but never hit condition) in new to very good condition. Only thing I’d like to swap is the bag for a Callaway one but I’d maintain the blue/black theme. Rogue (2018) Driver, regular flex Epic Max Strong 3 Wood, stiff flex Great Big Bertha 4 hybrid 23deg, SR flex Rogue 5 Wood, Stiff Flex XR OS irons 5-PW, reg flex Jaws MD5 Tour Grey Approach Wedge, stiff Jaws MD5 Tour Grey Sand Wedge, stiff Odyssey Stroke Lab Double-Wide Top Flight Cart Bag Either Vice Tour or Maxfli Tour ball
  4. Hey, Y'all i've posted a few WITB's on here in the past. Just finished my first semester at the University of Lynchburg! Played in every fall tournament and averaged 76 which wasn't too bad with how bad my putting was. Finally got my new irons yesterday, so thought I'd Share whats in my bag to start the 2020 season! Would love to hear your guys's thoughts Driver: Taylormade M6 9* w/ Alidila Rogue Silver 110 MSI 60-X 3 wood: PXG 0341X GEN 2 15* w/ Project X Evenflow Blue Handcrafted 75-6.5 3 Iron: PXG 0311X GEN 2 20* w/ KBS TOUR Graphite Hybrid Prototype 95-X 4-PW: Mizuno MP-20 MMC w/ Project X LZ 6.5 STD L/L/L 52* and 56*: Taylormade Milled Grind Black w/ Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 60*: Taylormade Milled Grind My Hi Toe Black w/ Dynamic Golf Tour Issue S400 Putter: Taylormade Spider X Navy with White True Path alignment aid w/ KBS TOUR PUTTER shaft (Currently on the Hot seat as my putting has struggled, probably will toy with my Spider Tour Red No Sightline and my Custom Scotty Cameron Futura X7M over the winter) Ball: 2019 Taylormade TP5 Bag:Ping Mascot Team Bag All clubs minus the putter have Golf Pride Z grips logo down with 1 additional wrap and the putter has a Superstrok X Traxion GTR pistol 1.0 but getting a Tour issue Superstroke X Traxion Pistol 1.0p to test out! Here are a bunch of pics, sorry for the poor quality.
  5. Like everyone else I'm here to share what's in my bag. I want to do a bit more as well by showing off where I'm starting as my 2020 bag isn't fully set, what I'm thinking of changing, my fitting, what I end up with and how it plays/played. I may go through more about myself but that might take away from the whole WITB theme. My 2019 WITB before 2020 fitting: Driver: Ping G410 Plus - 9° - No Hosel Adjustment - Weight in Draw - Ping Tour 60S - GP 360 Tour Velvet Cord Midsize.Fariway: Cobra F7 - 15.5° - Set in Draw - Weight in Back - Tensei 65S - Trimmed tip and butt - MCC+4 MidsizeHybrid: Ping G410 - 19° - Set to Flat - Alta CB 70R - MCC+4 MidsizeIrons: 4i to 7i Srixon 585 - AMT Tour White S300 - 1/2" Length - MCC+4 Midsize8i to PW Srixon 785 - AMT Tour White S300 - 1/2" Length - MCC+4 MidsizeWedges: Forget which shaft, believe it's a Dynamic Gold Stiff, shafts are unbanded. - +1/2" Length - MCC+4 MidsizeCallaway Mack Daddy 3 - 51°Ping Glide Stealth 2.0 - 56°Ping Glide - 60°Ball - Various mostly X models, went back and forth between Srixon Z-Star XV and TP5X.Putter: Edel E-3 - 36" - 150g counter balance (50g in handle, 100g grip) - Flat Cat Tak Standard - Installed sideways for claw grip. What I plan to change:Driver: The head is staying, I love the 410 Plus from the look at address, the sound, how it controls my spin and obviously the forgiveness. I'm looking at changing out the shaft, when I did my fitting last year I did a lot and well dropping extra cash for a shaft wasn't in the cards. Luckily this stock shaft actually fit me quite well so we didn't have to worry much, but I'm going back for a fitting and testing some shafts won't take long. I'm mainly looking for something I can step on the gas more, I don't feel like I can go all out with this shaft when I'm feeling good.What will go in? Well I'll leave it mainly up to my fitter, they know more than me, I just give feedback when swinging. We know the Accra TZ5 and TZ6 are front runners but something else could perform better or the current shaft. There are a few shaft that I do want to try but who knows.Fairway: This club I have a huge love/hate relationship with, some days I can't miss and will use over the driver even if my driver is good then there are days I can hardly hit this thing especially when I need it. I need more consistency with my fairway especially especially on short par 4s and reachable par 5s. The other issue is this thing is a missile, it's low and piercing flight, great off the tee, absolutely useless into greens unless they're super soft.What will go in? I haven't tested much in store as I can't find a head and shaft setup I like so I'll wait until I'm getting fitted. I have looked at a lot at address and really like the look of the SIM, coming in behind is Maverick and ST200 line. But everything the fitter hands me will be tested and this category is the biggest mystery for me in what I'll end up with.Hybrid: Not going to sugar coat it but I don't hit hybrids well, don't like the look of most at address, I also hit my irons way better and further.What will go in? I'm thinking of ditching hybrids, I'm sure I'll test a few but I'm leaning towards a driving/utility iron. I might just go with a hollow body iron like the P790 or Cobra Forged Tech in a 3i. I have enough height with my irons I don't have to worry much about stopping power but it's more for fairway finders on tight holes I can't hit a wood on and other situations where I need to go ~210-220 in the air. I think that's good for now, I'll continue next post with what I might change in my bag, why and what I'm looking at. Obviously I'll answer any questions or anything like that on my bag, why I'm doing what I'm doing with changing certain clubs and all that jazz. Shoot you can ask me almost anything if you want.
  6. Just joined WRX and am loving the site so far for sure! Picked up the sticks for the first time in over 10 yrs back in June...one of the only positives of this COVID time has been the extra time to re-learn the game, and I’ve been bitten by the golfing bug Big Time! My previous clubs were all entry-level, low quality, and outdated, so upgraded my whole bag piece by piece over the last 5 months and am finally at the point where I feel good about my set-up and can’t wait to pick some courses appart next season!! Here’s my WITB: Driver: Callaway Rogue (9* @ 10*) Shaft: Aldila Synergy Blue 50 S 3-wood: Callaway Rogue (15*) Shaft: Aldila Synergy Blue 60 S (68g) Hybrid 4: Callaway Rogue X (20*) Shaft: Aldila Synergy Blue 60 S (68g) Irons: TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC (3-7), TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB (8-PW) Shafts: True Temper XP 95 S300 (+1”, +1* upright) Wedges: TaylorMade Milled Grind (52-09, 56-12, 60-10) Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold (+1.25”) Putter: TaylorMade Redline Monza (36") Grip: Lamkin Deep Etched Golf Ball: TaylorMade V3 Speed/Noodle Long and Soft Grips: Lamkin Crossline Black Midsize
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Work was done by company based in San Diego, O’ Hare Milling. Highly recommend you send your putter there. My wife’s initials stamped on the heel, my son’s initials stamped on the toe, and my dog’s stamped on the face. The shaft is now gloss black. Pained the entire putter head a nice satin black. Gloss black sight lines. White paintfill on the neck. Silver paintfill on the initials. Cavity dots descending from black, to silver, to white. Same descending paint in the logos, on the sole. A deep milling pattern on the face was done. Lastly, a spot weld on the face where “Scotty Cameron” was and a translucent black tour dot was put in its place.
  10. I got the Player III Vessel golf bag. Did i overpay for it? Yes, most definitely cuz i live in Indonesia. Is it worth it? Yes! If you been meaning to get one, just get it...
  11. I've been wanting to do a WITB for quite some time and I finally have the time to sit and right this up. I am not a major club ho by any means, but I do tend to update my bag when clubs need to be replaced or something is able to prove to be better than what I have at that time. Yes, I am an all Taylormade guy.... I didn't start out that way, but our club pro years ago swayed me this way and I could not argue with the results so I've stuck with an all Taylormade bag. I haven't kept a handicap in a few years, but was a 9 the last time I did. I am actually better now, but I haven't played in tournaments or any events requiring a handicap in a while now. I play in a few 4 man scrambles every year to fill in as the bomber, but that's about as competitive as I have been lately. Plus, 90% of my rounds now I am focused on my son and teaching him the game. I will likely get more serious about scores again when I move out of Washington State as my goal is to be in Georgia or South Carolina within 2 years with work if all works out. A little history behind my bag: I've gone through a lot of the drivers Taylormade has brought to the market since 2001. I dabbled with Ping for one season and went right back to Taylormade. I have also hit a few of the Titleist and Callaway releases, but nothing knocked out what I had at the time. The M5 was my most recent and favorite driver, but I hit 2 drives out on the toe in one round that left a dent in the face and it has now been replaced with the SIM. I did not find the M5 to be short like many have stated nor was it fade bias at all, actually quite the opposite for me. I hit my longest drives with it and I found it to be extremely forgiving. With the small sample of testing I have done I think the SIM should last a while but who knows... I have always been a high swing speed player so I always have something extra stiff in driver, nothing too boardy at least not to me. My current shaft the Aldila Rogue White 130 MSI 70TX is phenomenal and I hope it never breaks. Fairway woods tend to last pretty long in my bag. I used to hate 3 wood, but I've become confident with 3 wood off the tee when the hole requires less than driver. A few favorites have been the R9, OG Rocketballz, SLDR, and now the M3. I am now on my 3rd M3 head and will likely pick up a SIM Ti or SIM Max fairway if the SIM2 fairway line isn't any better. I don't have a 5 wood in the bag, but have contemplated picking one up to test since 3 wood has been a great club in my bag. I really like the Tour Blue 95TX shaft I have in my 3 wood currently, but I am intrigued by the Ventus Red 9x with all the positive reviews. I get plenty of height and distance even with going heavier than 10+ grams over my driver shaft weight. Hybrid, No. Just no. I cannot hit a hybrid consistently. I have tried many times and many brands. A driving iron has filled the gap between my fairway and 3/4 iron for years. I had the 2014 Tour Preferred UDI 2 iron until late 2019. The UDI was an absolute beast paired with the Graphite Design Tour ADDI 105x that is until the shaft broke after a month... I tried one more go with graphite with the Aldila Rip Tour 115 shaft and same thing happened. I then went with an X100 and had a good run, just wanted something different. I lucked out and found a slightly damaged 2019 P790 3 iron head for $65. I'm a big fan of it, but I need to add some lead tape to bring up the head weight. This club is easy to elevate into greens and easy to flight off the tee. I have been thinking of moving to the Dynamic Gold X7 for a shaft, but the DG Tour Issue X100 is doing fine for the moment. My irons are the longest lasting clubs in my current bag. I played Wilson irons as a kid and then played a no name brand iron from high school until I bought a set of Titleist AP1s in 2009. I was never satisfied with the AP1s, but had those until 2011 when Taylormade released the Tour Preferred MCs and MBs. Those were great irons they helped improve my scores along with playing three times a week. I then pick up my current iron set, the 2014 Tour Preferred MB irons in 3-PW. When I added the driving iron I dropped the MB 3 iron and about a year ago I swapped out the MB 4 iron with the MC 4 iron for a little more forgiveness. I have no complaints but they are starting to show some wear in the short irons. I have the Tour Issue X100 in these irons, but like my driving iron I am thinking of moving into the X7s. Irons are also a club in bag that I am in the market for and again the Taylormade fanboy in me is looking into the P7MB 5-PW irons with maybe a P770 4 iron bent to 23-24*. Wedges are another club that last until they are worn out. I have had only a few sets and actually had some Ping Eye 2 wedges from high school up until the Taylormade ZTP wedges came out. I used to only carry a 56* and 60* wedge until about 3 years ago when I added a 52* wedge. I have found that having more options on the bottom of the bag helped with scoring and the in-between yardages I was leaving myself with off the tee. My current wedges are the Milled Grind series in 52* and 56* that I bought in the Antique Bronze color and I went ahead and stripped the finish off with vinegar and a scotch brite pad. I am also a big fan of the HI-Toe 60* wedge in my bag, extremely versatile. All have the Onyx Tour Issue S400 shafts, but just like my irons I have contemplated moving into something stiffer, lower spin and lower flight. I am not a putter ho. I've had very few in comparison to others on this forum. My high school no name putter lasted a long time and then I "borrowed" a friend's dad's Odyssey Anser 2 style putter for years before I had a Scotty Newport putter for a minute and then I bought an all black Prototype Taylormade Spider Blade with the aluminum insert that I miss and should have never gotten rid of. However, the very first round out with my Spider Tour Black was amazing, I holed so many putts from distances I never did before so much so my playing partner and friend made a comment that I should never look at another putter. It's that good... I will be changing the grip to the black Taylormade SuperStroke GTR 1.0 and to a KBS CT Tour stepless shaft in matte black. Anyway pics and details are below. Enjoy and feel free to ask questions. Driver: Taylormade SIM 9* w/Aldila Rogue White 130 MSI 70TX @ 44.75” tipped 1" Fairway: Taylormade M3 15* w/Aldila Tour Blue 95TX @ 43" tipped 2" Driving Iron: Taylormade P790 19* w/Tour Issue Dynamic Gold X100 Onyx @ 39" Irons: Taylormade 2014 Tour Preferred MC 4 Iron MB 5-PW w/Tour Issue Dynamic Gold X100 Wedges: Taylormade Milled Grind 52* 56* and Hi-Toe 60* w/Tour Issue Dynamic Gold S400 Onyx Putter: Taylormade Spider Tour Black 35" Ball: Taylormade TP5x
  12. Share your putter collections and leave suggestions for what I should look into next.
  13. Been playing the original Nike forged blades since the mid-2000’s. Managed to find a good looking 2-PW set of the Nike VR Pro blades on ebay and I couldn’t resist. The upgrade has been well worth it. New sticks feel great.
  14. I am in love with my Ping Vault 2.0 ZB but I want to try a different brand with the same shape. Does anyone know what other companies make this putter?
  15. Driver: Callaway Epic Flash Subzero 9° Shaft: Oban Devotion 65-04 3-Wood: Callaway Epic Flash Subzero 14° Shaft: Oban Kiyoshi Purple 75-04 Hybrids: Adams XTD Ti Hybrid 19° / 23° Shaft: Mitsubishi TENSEI™ AV RAW White Hybrid 90 S 4-PW: ゆるりYururi 2010 Flat Back Irons Shaft: Nippon N.S.Pro Modus³ Tour 125 X Soft Stepped Wedges: ゆるりYururi Gekku Wedge 50° / 55° / 61° Shaft: Nippon N.S.Pro Modus³ Wedge 125 Putter: Yes! Golf Callie Forged 2.5° Shaft: UST Mamiya Frequency Filtered Putter Grip: SuperStroke Slim 3.0 Grips: Lamkin UTX
  16. Just did an updated custom build on my SIM Ti 5 wood. I live in Texas hill country, so I use a 2 iron on the windy days and the 5 wood on calm days. Happy to have it back in my bag. Specs: TaylorMade SIM Ti 5 wood @ 18.25 degree & 1.5 open (Graphite Design Tour AD DI 7S shaft) I have been fighting a pull, hence the adaptor setting and lead tape.
  17. What tees are you playing? I prefer wooden, and corn in variable lengths.
  18. Finally doing a WITB as I feel pretty comfortable with what I have been playing. This site has given me a lot of inspiration and great insight, so I thought I would share. Driver: Taylormade Stealth (9° @ 7° With 15 Gram Slider Weight) Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Black 6x 3-wood: Taylormade Stealth (13.5°) Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Black 7x Utility Iron: Callaway X Forged UT (18°) Shaft: Fujikura Ventus Blue HB 9x Irons: Cobra King RF Forged MB (4-PW) Shafts: True Temper Tour Issue X100 Blackout (+.25”, +1° upright, +2° Strong) Wedges: Vokey SM8 Jet Black (50°, 56° Bent To 55°, 60°) Shafts: True Temper Tour Issue X100 Blackout (+.75”) Putter: Scotty Cameron Teryllium Newport 2 Long Neck (Refinished in Oxide Black, Sight Dot Added, Matted Shaft, Milled Face) Grip: Ping PP58 Grip (Tiger Inspired of Course ) Golf Ball: Tp5 Pix or Tp5x Pix Golf Bag: Stitch SL2
  19. Asking as a PGA Professional coach. How much would you want a fitting incorporated into your lessons? In the scenario, the coach is not a retailer, so there is no sales motive within the context of the lesson.
  20. If the Ventus Red 6s driver shaft is tipped 2 inches, it’s being considered the Ventus “purple.” Would this still be tipped 2 inches for the same effect if the shaft is being cut to 44.5 inches total? In similar fashion, how much should the shaft be tipped for the same effect with the new apex utility wood that is being cut from 41.5 to 41 inches?
  21. Well I am trying (once again) to end the search for the magic club(s) and instead stop buying and just commit to my current bag. that said, I have some nice stuff still laying around. I could sell it all off, pay off my paypal balance and come out ahead a couple hundred bucks, or I could build a “backup” set or a “travel” set. I’ve heard of such things before, but never really built one. I have a great set of Srixon Z545 3-GW, some RTX4 wedges, a Ping g25 4w, an Adams DHy Pro 21*, a Ping G400 Stretch, a nice Cleveland Huntington Beach putter, and a great cart bag to store it all in. While I don’t have a “driver” in the bag, the stretch is long enough to fill that role, giving me essentially an entire mishmashed back up set. I guess my hesitation is...I totally recognize the risk of damaged equipment, but if I was traveling to golf, I think I’d want my own sticks? And then there’s $5-600 sittin in a bag in a closet, doin nothin productive. Do you have a backup bag? A travel bag? Any advice?
  22. Hybrid or Long Iron….I currently have the Titleist 712u 3-Iron in play, but im thinking about putting a hybrid in play. I feel that a hybrid will be easier off tee and even easier for catching up on par 5 or even long par 4s. Only thing I am worried about is, it will be harder to keep a hybrid low (stinger type shot) to keep under trees and strong wind. What yall think? Any Hybrids out there that can help me with this, ie low trajectory i guess.
  23. Took a little brake to get married and have a couple kids, can not believe how much new irons are these days. LOL Threw this bag together to dive back in. Driver Tayloermade M Gloire 10.5 Fairway CBX pro 16.5 Adams Idea hybrid 19 degree 3h Titelist 21 degree 816 h2 Mizuno 25 degree fli hi clk 6 Iron Mizuno MX-25 project x 5.5 shaft 7-pw Mizuno MP-60 project x 5.5 shafts Scratch golf 53 degree gap wedged Chikara 58 degree sand/lob wedge Scotty Cameron square back putter
  24. Here's my Full OVEN bag that I got one round in with. Driver: Nike Covert Performance 9.5* Neutral UST Mamiya VTS Tour SPX Black 6S Fairway woods: Nike Covert Tour 14* & 17* Neutral VTS Tour SPX Black 7S Irons: Nike Vr Forged 3-PW all split cavity, 1* flat, Modus3 S120 Wedges: Nike Vr Forged Raw 52/10 & 58 DS Putter: Nike Method 006 Paul Casey Prototype 33" All Grips are the Golf Pride Z-Grip Thanks Nike and WRX! CT 5W - CP #2HB 2.0 - CT 3W - CP 3W 2.0 CP 2.0 3 Wood CT 3 Wood CT 5 Wood CP #2 HYB 2.0 Probably my gamer or the Black Got my wedges back Best shoes IMO! Testing out the black! New Wedge! Giving the Super Stroke a shot! Sick of missing everything left! The start of the Vapor bag!
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