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He's a breath of fresh air compared to the other NPC's on tour

By “previliged” and “self-centered” you mean hard working, determined, and passionate about the game, right?

In celebration, posting another terrible rushed flat off balance swing from the other evening. 5 iron. Excited to Get on the range tomorrow ( end of two week quarantine), replace these videos with som

For whatever it's worth, I'm enjoying following along.

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Driver:  Cobra Fly-Z+, Xcaliber 7.5 TS, 44", King LTD, HZRDUS 75 6.5, 44.25"
3w:  Cobra King LTD, Aldila Tour Blue 85 S, 42.5"; Stage 2 Tour, SK Fiber Tour Trac 100 X, 42.5"
Hybrid:  TaylorMade Stage 2 Tour, NV105 S or DGS400

Irons grab bag:  Mizuno MP-37, DGS300; Golden Ram TW276, NV105; Golden Ram TW282, Precision 6.5; Ram TG-898, Super Peening Blue X; 1980 Golden Rams, Dynamic S; MacGregor Muirfield, Dynamic S; Wilson Staff 78 Tour Blades, Dynamic S
GW:  Dynacraft Dual Millled 52*, DGS400
SW:  Ram Watson Scoring System 55*, DGX 7i shaft; Ram TG-898, DGS400; Ram TG-898, NV105 S; Wilson Staff PMP 58*, DGS300; Ram 1982 Commemorative Nickel 58*, Dynamic S; Ram TW282, DGS; Ram TW276, DGS
LW:  Maltby Design 60* mid sole, DGS400; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, NV105 S
Putter:  Snake Eyes Viper Tour Sv1, 34.25"; Yes! Nicky, 34"
Balls: Wilson Staff Duo Professional or 50 Elite, TP5

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Nice I definitely am appreciating the journey, super nice to just copy somebody and have it work out. A lot less work than what I was doing that’s for sure

next up for testing at the range: today, I will be hitting the one length 2 iron with gcquad numbers. Thursday, I will be testing a one length 60 degree wedge against a Callaway md4 60 degree that I will be grinding 30 grams or so off to match the weight of the one length. I will be looking to see if the feel of the one length wedge is significantly Better.

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People claim prodigious length on WRX all the time. I know that's why I never mention my length, but I am not stupid long. I am more of a average PGA length now that I am 44. Gone are the days of 194 yard 7 irons.

However this type of length has to be seen to be believed. Your updates are great and 230 yard 6 irons and a Hulk 75 TX tipped 1.5 in a driver? I have to see some of this, this would be something I would have tried in my 20's back when I still hit the ball a mile.

I think we have all played with someone longer than us, I know I have as I have gotten older, 200 yard six irons and 115 mph clubhead speed just isn't super fast nowadays, I just have to see someone that can hit 230 yard six irons and handle a TX Hulk shaft tipped 1.5 inches.

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I think we have all played with someone longer than us...
At my peak, I was just a bit behind you, I used to run into guys all the time who were at least as long. A few were cartoonishly longer. It's why I've never understood the distance carping that comes up from time to time.
Maybe these dudes need to play with more golfers who've also played hockey (a lot of hockey players in Minnesota). Once you've played with a 12 year old capable of hitting to the 150 stake on a 410 yd hole, it's not a big deal to see adult humans claim what we see here on WRX...
With apologies to @extrastiff for the subject deviation

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Driver:  Cobra Fly-Z+, Xcaliber 7.5 TS, 44", King LTD, HZRDUS 75 6.5, 44.25"
3w:  Cobra King LTD, Aldila Tour Blue 85 S, 42.5"; Stage 2 Tour, SK Fiber Tour Trac 100 X, 42.5"
Hybrid:  TaylorMade Stage 2 Tour, NV105 S or DGS400

Irons grab bag:  Mizuno MP-37, DGS300; Golden Ram TW276, NV105; Golden Ram TW282, Precision 6.5; Ram TG-898, Super Peening Blue X; 1980 Golden Rams, Dynamic S; MacGregor Muirfield, Dynamic S; Wilson Staff 78 Tour Blades, Dynamic S
GW:  Dynacraft Dual Millled 52*, DGS400
SW:  Ram Watson Scoring System 55*, DGX 7i shaft; Ram TG-898, DGS400; Ram TG-898, NV105 S; Wilson Staff PMP 58*, DGS300; Ram 1982 Commemorative Nickel 58*, Dynamic S; Ram TW282, DGS; Ram TW276, DGS
LW:  Maltby Design 60* mid sole, DGS400; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, NV105 S
Putter:  Snake Eyes Viper Tour Sv1, 34.25"; Yes! Nicky, 34"
Balls: Wilson Staff Duo Professional or 50 Elite, TP5

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I am not sure I would say Bryson's wedge game sucks. Has his proximity to the hole gone up from 50-125 yards? Sure, but his putting has gotten better. You can't go from upper 20's strokes gained driving to 1st or 2nd, and improve your putting strokes gained and your approach strokes gained and improve your wedge game.

I guess Seve should have just improved his driver? No questions, just improved it.

Listen I am not saying you are wrong that he needs to improve his wedge game, because he does. However his Strokes gained in driving, approach, and putting are all better than they were in 2019 and while he may be a bit of a "jackass" as he has been seen in altercations on tour, but he set out over the last two years to work on his putting and his length. Both he accomplished. Shoot he even got better overall strokes gained approaches too. However, you can never be the best at everything, even Tiger wasn't a great driver of the ball during some of his most brilliant years. Is working more on distance and putting worse than working on your wedge game? Maybe, maybe not, will his body hold up long term? Maybe, maybe not.

One thing that always holds true in golf, your score does not lie. With a T3, T8, T6, WIN, Cut in his 5 events back since Covid he is playing very well. Sure he is 111th in strokes gained 50-125 yards, but he is also 4th on the FedEx Cup points list having played 12 events. Russell Henley is leading the tour in strokes gained from 50-125 yards and is 115th on the FedEx Cup points list currently having played 15 events.

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  • Others - SUB70 939x 4 hybrid on UST V2 Hybrid and 4 699 Pro Utility on UST Recoil 110 - Testing
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  • Irons - Bridgestone J40 CB
  • Wedges - Cleveland 50 and 56 CBX2 and RTX4 @ 62 on UST Recoil 110
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hilarious I figured gcquad was good enough, And if it makes you feel better I will do it on my laptop so you can see the video replay of the shot. But I value my anonymity. Not saying I’m famous, but I don’t feel like putting my face on here. Sorry if that makes you think I’m faking it, but that’s the way it is for right now. Plus even with the video, if you’re this cynical why would you believe that it is tipped the way I say it is, not extra length, etc.

also if it makes you feel better, I took the one length 2 iron to the range this morning and also hit that 230 yards. Almost another 50 or 60 on the ground Ha (all numbers I give are GC quad carry numbers unless otherwise specified)

That is my next update, I realize that the trajectory was far too low on the two and three iron in one length. I will build up my 790 4 iron to one length, and then forged one length 4-Gw.

Testing on the wedges to come Thursday. If I’m not too sore later, I’ll get you that video of the GC quad numbers. I am going to build up the four iron, put it in front of the heater, so that if my back cooperates, this afternoon is a possibility.

2 and 3 iron will be shorter Because of my testing this morning. I clearly hit the ball better with the shorter 2 iron. But I also had clearly better ball flight with the longer shaft three iron. So I will compromise on these two clubs, so when I need to hit lower flight bombs I still have them around. Maybe shorten them an inch or so of standard, then get the head weighting appropriate.

I will leave the Threewood and driver alone for now. But all and all, pretty excited with the results of testing.

Thank you NYjryz for defending me lol

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Cynical? I have been second guessed numerous times in my history on WRX as to how far I hit the ball. What I am saying is that plenty of people hit the ball my length, those people second guessing just don't play with them. Plenty of them play in college, on the Mackenzie, KF, EuroPGA, LatinPGA, and others. However not many people on the planet hit the ball the lengths you are seeing with any consistency. I mean you have Bryson and LD guys. I have never seen Champ or Finau hit a 230 6 iron. Sure Finau, Champ, and maybe one or two others probably could, but I haven't seen it.

You say GCquad is should be good enough, but I have not seen any GCquad numbers, only what you are saying GS quad said. No pictures of GCquad or of your swing or anything else.

If you read my whole post, your quest is something I would have likely tried in my 20's, and obviously it is attainable. I don't doubt it can be done, I just want to see it.

If you need a Hulk TX tipped 1.5" your swing speed and numbers from your swing with the GCquad will show something over 130 with the driver. I don't care that it is tipped that much, but I have seen guys with 130 MPH SS say the TX un-tipped is too much shaft.

  • Driver - Ping G410 LST on HZRDOUS Yellow
  • 4 Wood - Titleist TS2 turned down 1 on UST Mamaiya Black
  • 7 Wood - Callaway Epic Flash turned down 1 on UST Mamiya Black
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  • Others - SUB70 939x 4 hybrid on UST V2 Hybrid and 4 699 Pro Utility on UST Recoil 110 - Testing
  • Irons - Sub 70 639CB
  • Irons - Bridgestone J40 CB
  • Wedges - Cleveland 50 and 56 CBX2 and RTX4 @ 62 on UST Recoil 110
  • Putters -  Sunset Beach Ocracoke or Mannkrafted MA/66
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Tipping does not make the shaft too little or too much. It helps with how quick the transition is.

that’s been my experience at least. And I’m pretty sure if a guy like Tony Finau can play Ad-di and enjoy it, that pretty much proves that it’s all about what works for your swing and your preferences. I could never hit that shaft, I tried numerous times and it was “too soft”. He obviously can hit it further and better than me. So...

and yeah, I have been working my tail off to swing like these guys. And I don’t post numbers, because the builds are not where I want them to be, and I have been switching one shaft into multiple clubhead’s. Once they are built to my satisfaction, I will be posting numbers.

I won’t be shamed into taking Time to get you what you want. smh I’m gonna rush home and post 230 yard 2 irons with 3 degree launch? Nope. I am going to hit driver Instead of testing clubs and working on my game so that I have proof for the Internet minions? Na. I am honestly surprised I cared enough to type out multiple responses.

also, what in the world are you talking about? Jon Rahm carries his 6 iron 215 with very little effort. So you are saying that considering every single pro in the world says they dial it back after college, and that LD and college guys regularly hit it longer than them, Jon Rahm and Brooks Koepka can’t hit a heavy headed six iron 230 on a launch monitor? Get outa here. Finau or Berkshire could hit that club 270+ with Nice launch if they wanted to

anyways, I’m younger than you, and from your 7 iron lengths, I’m far bigger and stronger than you ever were. Believe it, don’t, read this, don’t, I don’t care.

ps you are going to have to get some quotes for those 130 mile an hour swing speed guys that can’t hit the hulk. That, I do not believe.

here. A pic of me flexing on you. Yes my triceps and back need some work but hopefully now you can rest easy I am at least not lying about existing. Or is this stolen from Facebook? Muhahahahaha

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Wow. Wow wow wow.

the irons are amazing. Aside from the one length aspect, they just feel incredibly good, like A j15 cb feel to them. Super soft.

Throwing darts with 4 irons with 7 iron swing. Darts with a pw. the pw has become the strongest club in my bag instantly, I love not having to crouch down (I’m 6’3, wrist to floor would indicate standard length would be more comfortable but I guess it really just depends on the body and the flexibility etc.) to hit small chips, and wedge shots.

Both those were weaknesses, half wedge swings and chips. Now they are strengths. Amazing. I picked up a stroke or two at least, We shall see. Need to find time to play nine holes, tougher than it sounds these days.

so all and all

-The 2 iron With a little extra headweight in a five iron shaft and length is a fail, could not hit it. Shaft felt whippy. I may try the wedge shaft when it gets in, built up to five iron length if possible. But it’s looking like those are going to be kept at regular length for windy days or links style courses.

-4 iron P790 will be given an opportunity at one length, see If I can swing that well and it gives me any extra distance to the Forged 4 iron. If I can, and the launch is good, I may bend a degree strong or two. Or even try the three iron built up, but I am thinking that the less lead tape messing, the better, so 4 iron strong probably a better result.

-My iron set is going to be the forged one length with the X7 wedge shafts, 4-sw. It will remain that way until I can get my hands on the rebars. I will immediately start scooping up any used sets of forged One length heads, I will be using these for the rest of my life likely.

-I will be selling my wife’s clubs and building her a set one length clubs.

-The Sixdegree driver is a sucess,But I still need some time with it, only hit it maybe ten times. I can’t hit the driver at my range because it is too short, so I will be picking out a day this weekend or next week to get on the GC quad at home and optimize the driver

-Further testing to be done with the one length mim wedges versus a standard wedge at one length with weight taken out.

Bryson is going to change the game for high speed players in my opinion, and probably low speed as well. I really recommend everyone trying one length, and don’t just write it off because it doesn’t work the first time like I did. I tried progressive shafts and probably X 100s back in the day. Who knows why I didn’t work, could’ve been the grip or the shaft or my swing, but now it is a perfect fit.

bryson bag complete! Here are some numbers, a six iron swing(215), an average pitching wedge swing(165), one going after it (175) and then my hardest swing of the day at the 4 iron, absolutely hammered it.

Please keep in mind these are range balls, I have found significant variances between the numbers I get With these, versus a standard ball.it’s almost irrelevant what these numbers are honestly I’ll get some on course with real ball when I get chance

For anyone that wants it, I will set up the laptop and GC quad when I get the chance (could be a couple days) and post video of the ball flights. If anyone has a specific course and hole they would like me to play lmk. May I suggest pebble? And if it’s from the tips you’re going to give me Some time to rest up, not gonna throw out my back doing it lol

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One length mim 60 degree feels perfect. Not gonna bother grinding regular wedge and testing anytime soon. Ordered a 56° Mim one length, may mess with bending the two of them but otherwise those are my wedges for the season.

I will be switching from 7-iron length to the six iron length. I had incredible success with the Sand wedge today,And that was built up a little bit too long at around 38 inches Playing length. I do worry about windy days because these things are going skyhigh, but I’m sure I’ll figure it out, and tour saucing a fuzzy range green is something I’m not gonna complain about.

Consistency of strike, accuracy, ease, enjoyment. All of them have gone up .

and I can’t speak for Bryson, but these most definitely have improved my chipping, bunker play, and under 150 shots.

 

 

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131bc384-070e-44c7-a60a-c57b71e81454.jpegI finally got in the X7 wedge shafts, and throughout the set it is an incredibly good feel. Did not do any extending or trimming, just glued them straight in. Really loving the gains in the long and especially the short game.

Loading up the heel of driver with lead tape Made this thing a real gamer for me. Very happy with the spin and launch , I’m curious what they actually are but they seem low,Exactly what I was looking for. Slight fade. Only slicing when I’m swinging terribly.

Going to take GC quad out to the course when I get a chance this week. Will post numbers..

It’s either that or play a couple holes on the laptop. First person to respond gets to pick. No response, get nothing lol

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The golf gods will look upon your lead tape with favor.

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The Ever Changing Bag!  A lot of mixing and matching
Driver:  Cobra Fly-Z+, Xcaliber 7.5 TS, 44", King LTD, HZRDUS 75 6.5, 44.25"
3w:  Cobra King LTD, Aldila Tour Blue 85 S, 42.5"; Stage 2 Tour, SK Fiber Tour Trac 100 X, 42.5"
Hybrid:  TaylorMade Stage 2 Tour, NV105 S or DGS400

Irons grab bag:  Mizuno MP-37, DGS300; Golden Ram TW276, NV105; Golden Ram TW282, Precision 6.5; Ram TG-898, Super Peening Blue X; 1980 Golden Rams, Dynamic S; MacGregor Muirfield, Dynamic S; Wilson Staff 78 Tour Blades, Dynamic S
GW:  Dynacraft Dual Millled 52*, DGS400
SW:  Ram Watson Scoring System 55*, DGX 7i shaft; Ram TG-898, DGS400; Ram TG-898, NV105 S; Wilson Staff PMP 58*, DGS300; Ram 1982 Commemorative Nickel 58*, Dynamic S; Ram TW282, DGS; Ram TW276, DGS
LW:  Maltby Design 60* mid sole, DGS400; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, NV105 S
Putter:  Snake Eyes Viper Tour Sv1, 34.25"; Yes! Nicky, 34"
Balls: Wilson Staff Duo Professional or 50 Elite, TP5

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PLEASE!

help me find la golf rebar shafts!!!!!!!!??

full swing video coming soon. Figured some people only check back here for that, I’ll save you some dense reading below.

this will probably be my last update post on the thread unless it gets some renewed interest. This is probably the longest post I have ever written smh, and may be the last one on the site, tho there will be some dumb, I-think-it’s-witty response to something in the future I’m sure.

Thanks you so much to the GolfWRX community for the input over the last couple years, Not trying to be weird but I could not have done it without you!??

Even those that were just trolling me lol, making me reply to dumb stuff. I understand.

After OPINDER, I think we all had our faith tested. I forgive u. To show how much I accept you, I’ll try to post a video of my full swing, fairway wood and iron, tomorrow. I am filming it to send to gankas.

After building up all the irons and wedges to seven iron length,I could not be happier.I absolutely am swinging the same swing, lob wedg through 4 iron and getting different results for each club.

It’s awesome. I am incredibly envious that Bryson has wedge shafts with even less Of a “whippy”(deflection?) feel. I feel confident in saying I have dropped multiple strokes off my scores. I have not played a full round since starting this thread, as the bag was completely in pieces, but every “test” hole I’ve played I pick apart.

and it has me thinking I am consistent enough to start seeking out professional coaches, with the goal winning tournaments, at any level higher than club. I have already engaged with George Gankas over email.

I will be shutting down the full swing essentially, working out my weak muscle groups like crazy, Need to do a bag gapping, but curious to maybe get in with TXG Ian fraser for that. Even if I found gapping issues, I would have to be going in and out of the shop getting clubs bent.TXG sounds more fun and more efficient

all and all, I recommend people try the one length approach, but understand it may take multiple builds to get it right. But when u get it right.... it’s money.

I will be now starting to try to get together some driving irons with the X7 wedge shaft in it, which may be a whole long path that ends up in failure Until I can get my hands on some Bryson tour level stuff. The forged 4 iron and 5 iron gets a little bunchy in the gapping department, I can see why he went with the utility irons now. It’s not terrible, But I will probably not be hitting that 4 iron very much.

So I have 13 clubs. No gapping concerns. Completely satisfied with the journey and my WITB, aside from the shaft envy. I doubt that will change unless my body does.

Done

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If you're trying to build a bag like Bryson, I may have found the right driver for you:

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Driver: TaylorMade 2016 M2 9.5° at 8°

3W: TaylorMade V-Steel 15°

3H: Taylormade M3 19°

Irons (4-W): Titleist 718 AP1 (21°-48°)

SW: Titleist Vokey SM7 54.10S (brushed steel)

LW: TaylorMade MG Hi-Toe 60.10 (copper)

Putter: TaylorMade TP Black Copper Ardmore 2

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Any update on the Rebar shafts? Haven’t heard anything regarding their release. I seem to be in somewhat the same situation you’re in. The crazy stuff Bryson is doing has got me interested about trying out some experiments. Probably will result in failure but I’ve gotten a little bored with golf recently and trying something different has got me intrigued.

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On 8/23/2020 at 12:10 AM, Tarheels308 said:

Any update on the Rebar shafts? Haven’t heard anything regarding their release. I seem to be in somewhat the same situation you’re in. The crazy stuff Bryson is doing has got me interested about trying out some experiments. Probably will result in failure but I’ve gotten a little bored with golf recently and trying something different has got me intrigued.

No update on the rebar shafts, but I am loving using the X7 Wedge shafts througout the set. I am working on optimizing driver launch conditions today, but I have another week or two in quarantine So I will do my best to post a couple videos of me swinging the irons. 

 

I iMagine the rebar shafts are great, But I am pretty sure I have zero complaints about the X7 wedge Option. actually there is one.   building a driving iron would be a bear due to tip size. 
 

the 130 grams might be preferable to the 120, who knows. Only Bryson 

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On 7/13/2020 at 7:24 AM, MattM97 said:

I picked up an XR16 when I got back into golf, big mistake the slices were epic though, should have grabbed a cheap M2 or G20 instead. Still have that XR16, tempted to bring it to the range and compare to my G410.

 

Anyways don't forget the JumboMax grips for all your clubs and if you have a 14 way divider bag you'll need a new bag for those grips.


They also fit in my 14 way Mizuno pro cart bag too.

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On 8/23/2020 at 12:10 AM, Tarheels308 said:

Any update on the Rebar shafts? Haven’t heard anything regarding their release. I seem to be in somewhat the same situation you’re in. The crazy stuff Bryson is doing has got me interested about trying out some experiments. Probably will result in failure but I’ve gotten a little bored with golf recently and trying something different has got me intrigued.

Noticed that project x released a shaft today that’s graphite and supposed to rival the x7. Might be worth a shot, doubt the rebar is too different, cause When TXG tested, Matt blois said rebar did not feel overly stiff

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26 minutes ago, extrastiff said:

Noticed that project x released a shaft today that’s graphite and supposed to rival the x7. Might be worth a shot, doubt the rebar is too different, cause When TXG tested, Matt blois said rebar did not feel overly stiff

 

Any interesting updates as your Brysonish bag has continued?  Enquiring minds want to know.  ?

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The Ever Changing Bag!  A lot of mixing and matching
Driver:  Cobra Fly-Z+, Xcaliber 7.5 TS, 44", King LTD, HZRDUS 75 6.5, 44.25"
3w:  Cobra King LTD, Aldila Tour Blue 85 S, 42.5"; Stage 2 Tour, SK Fiber Tour Trac 100 X, 42.5"
Hybrid:  TaylorMade Stage 2 Tour, NV105 S or DGS400

Irons grab bag:  Mizuno MP-37, DGS300; Golden Ram TW276, NV105; Golden Ram TW282, Precision 6.5; Ram TG-898, Super Peening Blue X; 1980 Golden Rams, Dynamic S; MacGregor Muirfield, Dynamic S; Wilson Staff 78 Tour Blades, Dynamic S
GW:  Dynacraft Dual Millled 52*, DGS400
SW:  Ram Watson Scoring System 55*, DGX 7i shaft; Ram TG-898, DGS400; Ram TG-898, NV105 S; Wilson Staff PMP 58*, DGS300; Ram 1982 Commemorative Nickel 58*, Dynamic S; Ram TW282, DGS; Ram TW276, DGS
LW:  Maltby Design 60* mid sole, DGS400; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, NV105 S
Putter:  Snake Eyes Viper Tour Sv1, 34.25"; Yes! Nicky, 34"
Balls: Wilson Staff Duo Professional or 50 Elite, TP5

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32 minutes ago, NRJyzr said:

 

Any interesting updates as your Brysonish bag has continued?  Enquiring minds want to know.  ?

For sure , I feel bad about saying gonna post videos, site shuts down lol, then I’m too busy to get on. 
 

updates tho. I One hundred percent promise videos in the next day. Promise. 
 

I am loving the irons. The wedge shaft experiment has not let me down. I have settled into reasonable gapping, no more 230 yard 6 irons lol. I was feeling juiced on the new clubs I guess. 6 is going 190 ish with a balanced swing, which works for me. Still nothing in the 4 iron spot, which is a bummer.
 

the driver is cool, but not playable. It plays exactly as its labeled, long drive; one out of every ten shots is amazing and 350. the rest are OB. i was reunited with my g400 max This week, I’ll take pics tomorrow but I swear the clubhead size is comically large compared to the callaway xr. Looks twice the size. i feel happy Gilmore confident with it, so I’ll be messing with that and the 400 lst for now. im bigger than Bryson(height, not weight lol), so I’m finding the 45.5 build to be uNecessary and silly.  I don’t have Bryson’s center of face swing, so I’m going back to 44.5. I’ll try to post a compare vid.  
 

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On 8/23/2020 at 12:10 AM, Tarheels308 said:

Any update on the Rebar shafts? Haven’t heard anything regarding their release. I seem to be in somewhat the same situation you’re in. The crazy stuff Bryson is doing has got me interested about trying out some experiments. Probably will result in failure but I’ve gotten a little bored with golf recently and trying something different has got me intrigued.

Also if bored with golf, compete. Now that I am decent, I would hate golf without the competition honestly. If I want to be alone in nature I’ll get on a mountain bike or something without the collared shirts or pesticides. 
 

this bag build was fun tho

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13 hours ago, extrastiff said:

For sure , I feel bad about saying gonna post videos, site shuts down lol, then I’m too busy to get on. 
 

updates tho. I One hundred percent promise videos in the next day. Promise. 
 

I am loving the irons. The wedge shaft experiment has not let me down. I have settled into reasonable gapping, no more 230 yard 6 irons lol. I was feeling juiced on the new clubs I guess. 6 is going 190 ish with a balanced swing, which works for me. Still nothing in the 4 iron spot, which is a bummer.
 

the driver is cool, but not playable. It plays exactly as its labeled, long drive; one out of every ten shots is amazing and 350. the rest are OB. i was reunited with my g400 max This week, I’ll take pics tomorrow but I swear the clubhead size is comically large compared to the callaway xr. Looks twice the size. i feel happy Gilmore confident with it, so I’ll be messing with that and the 400 lst for now. im bigger than Bryson(height, not weight lol), so I’m finding the 45.5 build to be uNecessary and silly.  I don’t have Bryson’s center of face swing, so I’m going back to 44.5. I’ll try to post a compare vid.  
 

 

I am very much not a fan of drivers over 45", so I have to applaud your decision to go shorter.  I've been testing 44.5" lately, it's about my absolute limit.  Most of my shots are good, but occasionally I get too flat and things start going left.  

 

Of course, my personal biases and limitations should be applied to everyone, no matter how much better at the game they are than I.  LOL

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The Ever Changing Bag!  A lot of mixing and matching
Driver:  Cobra Fly-Z+, Xcaliber 7.5 TS, 44", King LTD, HZRDUS 75 6.5, 44.25"
3w:  Cobra King LTD, Aldila Tour Blue 85 S, 42.5"; Stage 2 Tour, SK Fiber Tour Trac 100 X, 42.5"
Hybrid:  TaylorMade Stage 2 Tour, NV105 S or DGS400

Irons grab bag:  Mizuno MP-37, DGS300; Golden Ram TW276, NV105; Golden Ram TW282, Precision 6.5; Ram TG-898, Super Peening Blue X; 1980 Golden Rams, Dynamic S; MacGregor Muirfield, Dynamic S; Wilson Staff 78 Tour Blades, Dynamic S
GW:  Dynacraft Dual Millled 52*, DGS400
SW:  Ram Watson Scoring System 55*, DGX 7i shaft; Ram TG-898, DGS400; Ram TG-898, NV105 S; Wilson Staff PMP 58*, DGS300; Ram 1982 Commemorative Nickel 58*, Dynamic S; Ram TW282, DGS; Ram TW276, DGS
LW:  Maltby Design 60* mid sole, DGS400; Maltby Design 60* mid sole, NV105 S
Putter:  Snake Eyes Viper Tour Sv1, 34.25"; Yes! Nicky, 34"
Balls: Wilson Staff Duo Professional or 50 Elite, TP5

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Sounds like you've got a good fit with X7 shafts, but until the LA Texas Rebar shafts come to market, Paderson makes their single length X Flex short iron shaft that can be used on all of your irons. Super stiff, low torque, however it is much lighter then the X7s. They also make a bunch of long drive super stiff shafts if you are looking for something in the driver.

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ball above feet, threw a silly rubber mat that did not help with that at all, actually felt like I was about to fall backwards. top it off with some chacos at the end of a long day =very flat, very rushed swing that I cringe to watch.
 

Oh well. Try again soon if I get time, works crazy so might be a couple days. 56 degree one length mim, x7 shaft. ill post driver swing when I can

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