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I just read this from Chris Nickels review on these irons. Suggests they are basically the "Glide 2.0" wedges? https://mygolfspy.com/2019-ping-g410-irons/ Progressing through the set, PING uses the same wedge technology and geometry on the G410 PW, UW, SW and LW as it does in the Glide 2.0 wedges, which were named MyGolfSpy’s Most Wanted wedge of 2018.
Got out today for the first dry golf of the season. The irons played great. First hole I had a 6i into a par 5 that left me just below the hole. These bad boys are staying in the bag for sure
Sounds like your aren't equating what you're seeing on the range with what you get when playing your game ball. I'd spend more time out on the course learning what you can expect from a game ball. ie... knowing your distances. Since your range has limited flight balls they should only be used for swing training really and warm-ups before rounds.
Went out today for 9 after my lesson. Started with an eagle putt which ended with a tap in birdie. After that it was kinda all over the place. Made it very clear that the top end of the bag needs to be evaluated very soon if I want to play better golf. Just don’t have much confidence in the driver to 3i
I hope it's ok for me to make comments about my EXS experience in this topic. I think you guys are going to like the EXS very much. Today I had my lowest round of the year so far. +2. I've been teetering on the brink of going low for the past few weeks. My game today was solid tee to green. But... my EXS set it all up. Who says it's bad to drive for show? I only had one bad tee shot all day where driver was used. Everything else with the EXS was long in the mow. I've suggested here in the forum and to myself to add a little more weight in the rear of the head but now I'm having reservations. I liked everything about my ball flight and distance today. Funny how a good ground changes your thoughts. But actually, my driving with the EXS has been generally good recently. Perhaps I'm finally beginning to grow into the club after a 5 year successful run with the SLDR. Let see you thoughts guys. I'm ready.
Sorta practiced with the preliminary stuff this afternoon. this equipment list is not etched in stone since I have so much stuff. I am leaning towards Macgregor since I am a Mac man. I really do not want to use my VIP blades since I hit them all the time now. But this is what I practiced this afternoon. Driver--- Toney Penna Model 12 persimmon DG black label regular 4 wood Macgregor Custom Tourney 6 wood Macgregor Louise Suggs ladies shaft Irons 2 thru 11 iron 1962 Macgregor FC-4000s Pro Pel 2 regular SW 52* Macgregor FC-4000 Toney Penna Putter PGA Tommy Armour IM-5 remake This may change according to how my back holds out with the irons--- Those irons are a little heavier and stiffer than my VIPs with the Hogan Apex #2 senior shafts or my 54 Hogan Precisions that have the old TT green band regular shafts.
Sounds good. I’m following, that’s what I use the longer backswing for. It is hard to commit to. I actually bounced one off the side of the club house about .25” from a window when I started practicing it. Then I decided to point the other direction. [emoji23][emoji23]
I haven’t been keeping up with everyone’s input on purpose. I didn’t want to prejudice my review. I played a lot of golf over the past 8 weeks. And lord knows I really tried to give these wedges a fair shake. As strange as it might be I always feel a little obligated to like clubs when I’m chosen to review. I just didn’t like these wedges at all. That’s not to say I didn’t feel there were some positives but overall they didn’t work for me. Disclaimer- I had them built slightly longer than standard the added length could have contributed to my overall opinion. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
I returned mine this morning
Finally got out on the course with the Tour X. Definitely seeing longer carry than the KnSig. Mostly noticeable on the iron, higher launch and about 10 yds better carry. Felt fine off the putter and wedges. One downside was that it doesn’t seem to stop quickly with my mid iron shots. Granted is first time and was hitting from the rough a lot (did I mention the 3 wood carry was more than expected?)
You could tell yourself to make a longer backswing but your body will only turn as far as it needs before you add to that resistance. It may be worth it to focus more on connecting your arms to your torso to your lower body. This backswing seems more out of rhythm with your body and downswing rather than a length issue. Focus more on your tempo. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
Ha .Funny how things come full circle. This post was from December. Just purchased a F9 Tour Length with Atmos Black 7 shaft. Really excited to see how it plays with a shorter shaft. Went out yesterday with my G400 and couldn't hit a thing. Gripped down and inch and hit it well. Just felt a little too light for me. Really excited for this to come in. Ended up going with the Avalanche scheme though. As much as I love black & gold...not a fan of the golf logo on top.
Hopefully I am wrong, I'm going to suggest putting the chronic offenders teeing off last (together) to the leadership. I'm not even sure the offenders need to be told, they won't notice until a few weeks of it if then, just schedule that way and see how it plays out. I've listened to players whine about it for a couple of years, but no one does anything about it. I largely chalk that up to our overly PC world...
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