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  1. 5 points
    Went through a driver fitting at Club Champion earlier today. I love my Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero head but was pretty iffy on the stock Hzrdus Smoke shaft. After 60+ minutes of trying different shafts the clear winner was a Fujikura Ventus Blue 6X. Carry went up about 10 yards but more importantly the dispersion was much tighter. I knew the shaft would be expensive and Club Champion did not dissapoint. They wanted $415 for the shaft, $15 for the grip, and another $35 to install the standard Callaway adapter. Total of $465 but that did include shaft PUREing. I called the head pro at my local course and he can get the shaft with adapter and grip already installed for $330 (plus I get to use up my shop credit). Ding ding ding we have a winner!
  2. 5 points
    I bit the bullet after seeing the Mevo+ stuff from the PGA show. The Mevo+ looks outstanding, but I'm going to wait to see if there are better deals around Black Friday next year, even $100 or $200 off would be a big deal. I still need a full size mat, iPad and netting before the Mevo+ would be usable at home. And who knows, maybe SkyTrak will have some good updates by then, too? Looking forward to adding a bunch of new metrics to my practice sessions. The Mevo offers a lot more data than what my current Swing Caddie SC200 does. The biggest thing I'm excited about is the storage of swing data and the auto-clipping of video within the app. Right now I do all of that in a manual fashion, and the process is quite time consuming.
  3. 4 points
    Played Big Rock at Indian Springs again today... shot 82. I like this course but the front nine and I don't seem to agree with each other. It was better than yesterday at +6 vs. a +10 yesterday. The back nine wasn't as good as yesterday, but I will still take a +4 that way I'm hitting the ball. My slice from 20 years ago is back. I think I'm trying to swing harder because of the elevation, or lack thereof. I have to get this figured out. I'm playing it, but that leads to even more yards lost. Hole #2 got me again... See if you can spot my ball by the white rock left of the creek. My wife hit a much better shot than i did!!!! In keeping with the Big Rock motif, the tee boxes are... and the hole signs are... From the forward tees on hole #9... the condos/apts on the left are right on the practice putting green and the pitching green with a bunker. If you lived there, you could practice everyday in your backyard and never have to take care of it!!! After the round food and drinks on the patio bar... best beer rings I have ever had. Smoked Hot Wings were pretty good too. Not much in the way of beer on tap that I like; nothing dark, got a Four Peaks Brewing Kilt Lifter.
  4. 4 points
    Since today is the last dry day for the next few days, I decided to head out to one of the local courses and play nine. The first thing I noticed when I pulled up was two cars in the parking lot. The next thing was the fact that there were no carts sitting in front of the clubhouse. I saw once guy walking, so didn't think anything about it. I walk to the door and the sign says open, so I start to go in and this guy opens the door for me. Turns out, the course was closed due to the cooler weather and the rain lately. The guy inside was a course maintenance worker and he told me I could play free, if I walked. Ok! Let's put this in perspective, I'm not a small guy and have never walked the course before. I really enjoyed it, but think I'm going to feel it tomorrow. I made the mistake of wearing thermals and a jacket with it being in the low 40's and burnt up. Played good, not great shooting 47 hitting 4/7 fairways and zero greens. My putter saved my round with just 17 total putts and no 3 putts. Sent from my SM-N975U using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  5. 4 points
    Asked Sun Mountain about how it affects the course - they said they’ve had zero problems in the last year. The startup is so low torque you really can’t spin the tires on normal turf. When the course is wet it won’t be a whole lot different than carts. The bigger picture - they’re fun as hell. Out one of those bags with speakers on it and It’s goffin’ time, baby!! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. 3 points
    To basically facilitate the discussion and keep the guys on topic. Not intended to make the show different
  7. 2 points
    The second time I played it, I was literally an inch away from eagle. Almost holed out the 100 yard approach shot.
  8. 2 points
    In the last few days, I made the decision that I will be joining the local country club in my area, which is 5 minutes from my house. I believe this will give me more time to practice, because I can go to the range anytime, and also go out for a few holes mid-day or after work to practice. I qualify for the young professional membership, so the rates are pretty good and the initiation fee is very low.
  9. 2 points
    My buddy in Kentucky gets his in March. They expect them to save 30 minutes per round, and have already written rules and information that anyone on a Finn Cycle has “right-of-way” and is to be allowed to play through. They bought four vehicles, all a different color so they could easily say, “Blue needs air. Red needs a charge,” etc. They will start advertising that they have them in late February. Such a great idea, and it’s a public course!!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. 2 points
    Had to go to Dick’s Sporting Goods today to exchange a pair of running gloves and they have a Golf Galaxy in the store so may as well look around and glad I did. Picked up a Bobby Grace Lo Pro for $19.99 and a TM Spider Blade for $39.99. Both are in like new condition and for that price I couldn’t leave them there. I don’t know a heck of a lot on Bobby Grace resale but I think for $20 it was the steal of the year for me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. 2 points
    That Finn Cycle is speaking to me [emoji41] Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. 1 point
    For months now there has been talk of the upcoming G710 irons an update to the ultra successful G710 irons released in 2017. One of the best looking game improvement irons on the market, how could PING improve on them. Well read and SEE below for yourself. PING introduces G710 distance iron with Arccos Caddie Smart Grips PHOENIX (January 20, 2020): In the new G710 irons, PING engineers deliver golfers more distance and forgiveness in a sleek, dark finish, PING President John K. Solheim announced today. The new irons are available for custom fitting and pre-order at authorized PING golf shops around the world beginning today. “The G710 iron is our longest, most forgiving iron to date. It’s engineered for golfers who want to maximize both distance and forgiveness,” Solheim said. “In designing it, we also advanced other important attributes such as consistency, sound and feel without sacrificing performance. The hydropearl stealth chrome finish gives it a very sleek and attractive look. It’s a beautiful, high-performance design that will have broad appeal for golfers who want to hit the ball longer and straighter. Solheim also announced the new G710 irons come standard with Arccos Caddie Smart Grips and a free trial of the Arccos Caddie app. “I personally started using Arccos more than a year ago and have seen significant improvement across my entire game,” he said. “It helps me during a round with club selection, and I really enjoy analyzing all the data after the round to uncover areas to help me play better. The Arccos Caddie app is a tremendous shot-tracking tool to help golfers lower their scores and have more fun on the course.” Precision Machined, Maraging Steel Face One of the strongest aerospace-grade alloys in the world, maraging steel provides strength and flexibility for launching shots higher and farther. High durability coupled with a machined variable-thickness face make an ideal pairing for distance. “We’ve continued to employ maraging steel in several products where maximizing face flexing is a performance priority,” said Solheim. “Our engineers have optimized the bending of the G710 face to increase ball speeds for more distance and higher trajectories, producing shots that land softer and hold the green. It’s a distance iron that delivers consistent distance, a very rare combination for an iron of this type.” 5% Higher MOI High-density tungsten toe and heel weights optimally positioned in the 17-4 stainless body increase the MOI by 5% compared to the G700, producing exceptional forgiveness for more distance and accuracy, especially for mid-to-high handicaps and slower swing speeds. “Forgiveness continues to be at the top of our list when it comes to iron design,” Solheim said. “In a hollow-body design, our goal is to balance a variety of attributes to help golfers hit the ball significantly farther while hitting more greens. The G710 iron’s extremely high MOI is a result of strategically positioning weight on the toe and inside the hosel to make it our most forgiving iron. We’ve also greatly enhanced the feel and sound through extensive modal analysis, which helped us eliminate certain undesirable frequencies.” Hydropearl Stealth Chrome Finish A hydropearl chrome finish with black PVD coating provides hydrophobicity to repel water and improve performance through the turf and in wet conditions. The two-stage coating process ensures durability and the darker finish creates the perception of a smaller, more compact head. Alta Distanza Black 40 Graphite Shaft The proprietary PING shaft is a no-upcharge option in the G710 iron and offers the lightest weight and max trajectory height available in a PING iron shaft. A more active tip in the 43-gram shaft delivers higher trajectories and best matches golfers with slower swing speeds. Arccos Caddie Smart Grip & Arccos Caddie app The Arccos Caddie Golf Pride 360 Tour Velvet Smart Grip is standard on every G710 iron in one of three sizes (Aqua -1/64", White Std., Gold +1/32"). Each iron is custom built with an embedded sensor in the grip to automatically record and analyze every shot taken during a round when paired with the Arccos Caddie app. Golfers receive a 90-day free trial of the app (then $99.99 annual subscription) and eight additional screw-in sensors at no charge after the purchase of six or more G710 irons. Fulfillment of the additional free sensors comes directly from PING and requires users to first download the Arccos Caddie app. G710 Iron Specifications: Multi-material design: Hollow-body 17-4 stainless steel head, plasma-welded maraging steel face, machined face and grooves, tungsten toe and hosel weights Finish: Hydropearl Stealth Available 4-9, PW, UW, SW in 10 color codes (lie angle). Black is standard. Standard grips: Arccos Caddie Smart Grip/Golf Pride 360 Tour Velvet in three sizes (Aqua - 1/64", White Std., Gold +1/32") Optional grips: Golf Pride 360 Tour Velvet in six sizes (Blue -1/16", Red -1/32", Aqua -1/64", White Std., Gold +1/32", Orange +1/16") Shaft options: Stock steel shaft -- PING AWT 2.0 (R, S, X); Stock graphite shafts -- Alta CB Red (counter-balanced) powered by AWT (SR, R, X), Alta Distanza Black 40, UST Recoil 760 ES SMACWRAP (A), UST Recoil 780 ES SMACWRAP (R, S) Aftermarket steel shaft options (no upcharge): True Temper Dynamic Gold (S300, X100), Dynamic Gold 105 (R300, S300), Dynamic Gold 120 (S300, X100) Project X LZ (5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5), True Temper XP95 (R, S,), Nippon NS Pro Modus 105 (S, X), KBS Tour (R, S, X) U.S. MSRP: $175 per iron w/steel shaft; $190 per iron w/graphite shaft.
  13. 1 point
    Yep! That's the one we played. Made par!!
  14. 1 point
    I suppose not much... but the printing on these is high quality and straight, better than I could do with a sharpie myself, and I like the text written within the line itself. I’m finding the full 180 degrees to be helpful, and can really see how well I’ve struck a putt. But I’m coming from just using the built in aid on the pro v. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. 1 point
    Perhaps I'm missing something here: Is there any difference between marking your own balls and these? It takes me but a few minutes to put a line on a doz balls. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  16. 1 point
    That’s not issues, just a great deal! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  17. 1 point
    Been a busy couple of days gang. Spent Monday at the Tour Edge Media Day at Lake Nona - with presentations by Lamkin, onCore, Finn Scooters, Seed Golf balls, ShotScope and a few others. Got to see the new Tour Edge lineup - and as always it’s quite good, and the EXS220 3-wood is definitely going in the bag. Your faithful MGS team placed second in the Texas Scramble with a 10 under - we lost by one [emoji17][emoji17] Demo Day yesterday was unbelievably cold and windy - but still a good time as always. Most interesting things to me: the new Honma TR20 lineup - both irons are seriously legit and the driver sound and feel was fantastic - I’m also a new found believer in their Vizard shafts. We also took the Wilson 8-iron challenge - they were stung by our ball test and while they said yes, soft is slow, that doesn’t mean soft is short. We hit the new Duo Soft + head to head with ProV1 - Harry hit them both the same distance, Chris gained 4 yards carry and I gained 2. Point made. They did say the whole point wasn’t to show that everyone should play a Duo - for better players it won’t spin enough on the green for them. But as we all know an awful lot of ProV players probably shouldn’t be - and that they won’t be losing Distance with Duo. Chatted with Lynx for quite a while A they definitely fixed the sound and feel of their switch face driver. Last year we only had a few shits with it - and the sound wasn’t quite right. They had hoped to release it last April, but sound issues and R&A/USGA issues got in the way. They fixed both and it felt very very good and seems to perform as well. Lynx also introduced a really fascinating new line of junior clubs called Ai. Watch out for these - they did something truly unique. SQAIRZ golf shoes was intriguing as well. The New Hampshire based company says it’s shoe is made for stability and both Chris and I tried them on. Just standing there you felt more stable and they seemed to keep you grounded during the swing. They felt very comfortable, but the looks might be a bit polarizing. The square toe and overall large,uhhh, footprint made it look an awful lot like a cross-country ski boot. Didn’t bother me much, but it will probably annoy some. Japanese OEMS OnOff, Fourteen and PRGR we’re together on demo day - you want soft forged irons, look no further. And speaking of soft forged irons, the Mizuno MP20 HMB’s are an early contender for bag status. Oh. My. Gawd! Here are some pix. The show opens today - I’ll be attending the KBS breakfast, a couple of presentations on pace of play and visiting as many booths as possible. Tonight will be an Orlando Magic game with Golf Pride. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  18. 1 point
    Stock rental carts usually have 8” tires. Most of our carts here have 10” wide tires. Less damage and better ride. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  19. 1 point
    I played that course twice when I was last there....only because the RV park we stay at has a Wed group that plays there. You're right...it's okay. I did like the finishing hole on the one course (can't recall which course, but it ends up at the clubhouse with water in front of it.
  20. 1 point
    I’ll find out. They really think that the advertising is going to cause folks to come there JUST to ride them! Rounds should go up a bit. They’ll have print, radio, and TV coverage. They’re not in a big market either. 20 miles South of Lexington Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  21. 1 point
    For what it's worth I have been testing golf balls all winter and for me across my entire bag the Duo is longer than any other ball I've tried. The ball speeds are slower for sure but the distance is there. Spin is down across the bag as well but for a guy like me that comes up short a lot I'll take the distance gain and roll out. When Barbajo wrote the article about the new Duo+ balls he mentioned his best score ever was with the Duo. Well, up until a year ago so was mine. I am going to start the season with the Duo.
  22. 1 point
    I rode a couple last year on the grass, and I don't see them doing any more damage than a cart, two wheels versus 4, and they stands are designed to work in a way they dont' put a lot of pressure on the surface. Now that said, in the hands of some drunken yahoos, they can certainly be more of a detriment than the carts.
  23. 1 point
    True, but 2 thin tires vs 4 very wide tires and the idea that you can go anywhere. I am not saying they will be worse. I am just curious of unintended consequences and collateral damage.
  24. 1 point
    no doubt - anyone on here would have done the same...
  25. 1 point
    Yeah, I've been several years, and am always amazed at the booths. I tried each year--didn't go this year---to get some representative pictures of the booths. It can be hard as they are massive. And oh the size of an apartment...that is tiny compared to some. Callaways is probably the size of the Old Playboy Mansion compound!! They are booths only in name. Most of them are larger than most retail stores.
  26. 1 point
    ... Well said jlukes and I agree completely.
  27. 1 point
    I guess I’m the only one that cares about the booths lol. It’s the spectacle of the show that I’m most interested in. Wifey gives me a hard time because I like big crowds.... must be a tall guy thing. I figure we’ll see enough news about all the clubs over the next few months so I enjoy the things you can’t see anywhere but the show. Bridgestone with a ball cutter, Cleveland with a booth the size of an apartment, Mizuno touting the legendary copper irons, and much more. I’ve never been but SM coverage of the booths really helps me feel like I’m there. Close second is the tech accessories. Those are the things you don’t hear much about unless it’s at the shows because so many of them are in prototype stages.
  28. 1 point
    I know I have issues but for $60 it seemed wrong to leave them there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  29. 1 point
    Yeah, ideally we would need two, just so a two some coudl try them out. And right there is the rub. They are roughly $4,000 apiece, where a single golf cart is about $2,500 each. So not saying we would replace all 150 of our carts, but I think it'd be interesting to bring at least 4 on to see how they go, and if there would be a market to rent them? Do you have any idea how much they are going to charge per round, over and above the normal green/cart fee?
  30. 1 point
    Great job John! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  31. 1 point
    If you don't' see any difference between here and Sam...then well now... But I found her as a nice addition. It adds a different dynamic, She may not have the golf knowledge that the others have, but I think as she gets more comfortable with the flow she'll be able to take the opportunity to maybe ask questions about something when Tony starts going deep in the woods.
  32. 1 point
    I would ride it to work. Just because.
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    Weather pattern in Houston is rain, rain, and more rain. But tomorrow it is supposed to clear out. This will be my first shot at working with the Tour B RXS ball. It will be cart path only and the practice facilities will be closed but I'm looking forward to playing regardless. I'll give a short report after my round. Envious of that SoCal weather this week jddaigneault
  35. 1 point
    Got out yesterday for nine holes in the SoCal sun. Perfect conditions. I love where I live! Off the tee was tough to discern, but as one of my golfers put it, my swing was garbage. What was not garbage, however, were my shots into the green. Totally salvaged my round for me. As I noted in the previous segment, the ball just feels right coming off the club face. I was able to be very aggressive at pins, because the ball definitely checks up well. I did have a couple spin back quite a bit, but I expect that when I take a full swing with a 55* wedge. The ball is just incredibly responsive. I am set to play another nine tomorrow, really hoping the long game isn’t garbage so I can test out distance off the driver. I was disappointed to see the price will be right there next to prov1. I was hoping for a bit lower, it would make this a winner for me. The price might be enough to keep me away, though with 36 fresh balls from Bridgestone I won’t need new ones for awhile!
  36. 1 point
    The epitome of putting a bad hole in the rearview mirror.
  37. 1 point
    40/37 at Coyote Wash. My approach shots were flag seeking drones. Only missed 4 fairways and those were not far off. I didn't track GIR, but it was better than average. Five legit birdie attempts... but only made one . My lag putting has been consistently good of late but my 4 ft in not so much. This along with transitioning away from my heritage bump n' run pitch to using (taming) my Glide 2.0 56-12 has been my focus area for the winter season. I think I've finally cracked the code on that wedge and starting to like the results. Also, really loving the G410 'W' and 'U' wedges - lots of confidence making good strikes and getting better at yielding consistent yardage with throttled swings.
  38. 1 point
    Played today in Pueblo, Co at a new-to-me course, Desert Hawk. Although the temps were supposed to reach the low 50’s it might have reached 40 or 41. The saving grace? No wind. It was fairly comfortable with a tee, long sleeve half zip, and wind shirt. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  39. 1 point
    The negativity, cynicism, and outright ignorance about new releases by some on here is absolutely nauseating. If you don't care about new golf equipment and enjoying the game, why are you here? People get some sort of high by talking down about everything and telling people that they aren't enjoying the game correctly? Get the hell out of here. This is a community of golfers that like new equipment, old equipment, playing for best score, playing for fun. People who buy new equipment every month every year or every decade. Who gives anyone the right to be a source off constant negativity? Let's have fun. Talk about our experiences playing, trying new equipment, etc. This whining about new equipment and marketing is annoying and brings absolutely nothing relevant or interesting to our community. If you want to get on a soap box with hot takes, go post on Facebook or Twitter.
  40. 1 point
    Today, chipping into a backyard net at about 40' away. A very nice feel off my Ping wedges (Glide 3.0, Graphite, 50º, 56º, and 60º); felt solid and sure. Again, sounds different, but that is ok. As my landing area is NOT a green cut chunk of grass, I am not ready to make pronouncements on bite. Was easy to get a nice high Phil Lob and it looked as if there was enough spin to get it done. I seemed to be quite able to play around with height with my 50º. Can't wait to get the to the indoor top tracker on Thursday Cover has a nice feel off of the clubs So far, nothing I am doing has really gone beyond first look and try arenas. Tomorrow, after work, I will do my first real specific look at sand traps and these items. Note: While I will do quite a bit of Top Tracker recording as part of this exercise, as a golfer, I am not sure I think a lot about numbers when I play, so you may read more from me in terms of feel, sound, and looks, and results in my score. This is the result of playing a much softer e12 and noting the difference to me. So far, I like what I see and feel, even though my very top club speeds are lower than optimum for an RX.
  41. 1 point
    Bridgestone Tour BX Prototype First Impressions Sorry fellas - I did this a bit backasswards....but, here's Stage 1 - First Impressions Hello everyone and thank you Bridgestone and MyGolfSpy for selecting me to test the new Tour BX golf balls. Really loved the look and feel of this ball right out of the box. It's hard to explain, but it just looks and feels good and expensive! I was born and raised in Tulsa, OK and moved to NE Florida in August of 2017. I live and play golf in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, just a short drive from TPC Sawgrass. I turn 50 years old this July and will finally be eligible for the Champions Tour (just kidding…but, can qualify for some of the old man tourneys at my local club). Picked up my first golf clubs (garage sale Ping knockoffs) at 19 years old and instantly fell in love with the game. Can’t really put a finger on why I instantly fell in love with the game, as I was the only member of my family who plays. I’ve always been drawn to a challenge, so I guess that’s it….because who really conquers this crazy game called golf? Well….Tiger and Jack!?! Maybe. After 22 years being self employed, I’m finally at a stage of life where I get to play a couple times per week and practice a lot. Took a few years off golf dealing with and ultimately healing from a complete replacement of my right hip. Prior to the surgery, I was playing to a 7 handicap. Post surgery and 3 years later, I started my 2019 season as a 13 handicap. My current handicap is 5.8 on a tight private golf course in the middle of a marsh. Finding fairways and greens is at a premium here! My strengths are short game and iron play. As my golfing buddies would say, “he chips and putts like a scratch golfer”. On those rare days when the golf gods are smiling down upon me and tempo is right, I can play really good golf. Don’t know why, but I’ve always hit all my clubs fairly long and high (7 iron averages 173 yards). I need a golf ball with a penetrating flight, low spin, that is responsive and feels good. Most of my misses occur off my Driver and gap wedges, where I have the tendency to get the club stuck behind me a bit, which results in a block or pushed ball that flies very straight but right of my target line. If this ball can carry as long or longer than my current gamer (Titleist AVX), spins low off the driver and finds more fairways, it will definitely find it’s way into my bag!
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  43. 1 point
    You say low risk, but I put one of these in, and the screw stripped when I went to remove it (first use), so have a degree of wariness/care when taking it in/out. Made me a little nervous drilling a slot in it to remove with a standard screwdriver (power drills in delicate places is a large part of my job as a neurosurgeon as well!)
  44. 1 point
    Hmmmm I'm wondering if there will be a testing opportunity.
  45. 1 point
    Yes, the short game is the easiest way to save strokes, and lower the handicap. If you can't hit a green from 100 yards out or if you can't chip or putt or get out of the sand one will never get into the single digit world. Don't get me wrong, ball striking is extremely important and obviously the better you can hit the ball the easier the entire game becomes. Driving though is not the most important in my humble opinion. I can hit irons and keep driver in the bag and still shoot in the high 70's, low 80's. There was in interesting video on YouTube where Rick Shiels played a par 5 with just a PW and putter to see if he could par it...(spoiler alert he did). Was he striking his PW pure, oh I'm sure but it proves the long game is not necessary, it's great to have, but not necessary.
  46. 1 point
    With all due respect the numbers would disagree with this statement. Ball striking and specifically driving is the biggest differential between each handicap level and then between scratch and pro. The numbers don’t lie. Of course there are outliers within each group but not as many as one might think. Regardless it is entirely possible that the quickest way for many people to save strokes is in the short game. It’s easier and cheaper to practice - especially for an older player whose body may not be able to do what’s needed to hit the ball longer and more solidly so that shot making improves. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  47. 1 point
    That Heppler Tomcat 14 is sorely provoking me to take the next step in my annual off-season routine: Settle on a selection of putters from my collection to compete for a spot in my bag. Develop a series of tests to determine the fit of each putter for my own tendencies. Complete several rounds of testing, fastidiously tracking results. Crown an overall winner and award it the starting spot in my bag in April when the snow finally melts. [keep waiting for the snow to melt] <--- I am here Lose discipline and buy a new putter and put it in the bag in April, utterly ignoring all the previous steps.
  48. 1 point
    It is my belief that there is no one brand that's the end all be all of clubs. Like CarlH stated getting to a fitter of some kind is what I would strongly recommend. You'll get the set up that's best for you! Chris
  49. 1 point
    WOW, that’s quite the haul. “Outlet” condition is as close to new as you can get. I got the 5 wood Outlet and was still in plastic and a 5 hybrid ($60) average condition that was in great shape. Hitem well my friend[emoji106] Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  50. 1 point
    Hey guy, just a heads up if anyone needs new wedges. I ordered 2 outlet condition (new) MD 4 wedges today on CPO. They were $70 each. That’s a little more then 50% off retail....
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