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  1. 26 points
    Who wants to join me ( @GolfSpy Stroker ) and take a trip to ZipCity? These lucky 9 do! @artful_golfer @mr.hicksta @Reesedw @dhartmann34 @Shankster @tchat07 @BrownBearGolf @TBT @fozcycle Big congrats to these members as we'll be zipping shots back into the hole with the new Cleveland ZipCore wedge. First one to make a hole-in-one with one gets to buy the entire forum a drink of their choice!
  2. 20 points
    Testers Wanted (5) Some will say you can’t effectively combine the characteristics of a distance golf club with the sexiness of a forged players club. Wilson golf says, not only will it do that, but it’ll be a top performer in the newish Player’s Distance iron category. Enter the Wilson D7 Forged iron. Introduced earlier this year, and this week named the Most Wanted Players Distance iron of 2020. How good is it? What makes it better than the 12 other irons it went up against. We are going to let five of you tell the MyGolfSpy community, all about this Most Wanted winner. How To Apply We’re looking for five golfers who are motivated, detail-oriented, and committed to providing a thorough review the Wilson D7 Forged irons and sharing your thoughts and grades on the irons with the forum community. Want to find out if this category iron can help you gain some yards and retain that sweet forged feeling? Testing is open to golfers in the US. Here's how to apply. In a post below list the following: First Name/City State Current Handicap or Average 18 Hole Score Current Iron Model Played We'll be picking the testers next week, so check back and see if you have been selected. Final instruction: DO NOT QUOTE THIS POST WHEN REPLYING!
  3. 19 points
    TEAM HAMMER COBRA SPEEDZONE WOODS REVIEW This week we are providing our initial thoughts on the Cobra SpeedZone Woods. As a reminder here is my SpeedZone wood line-up. The Cobra SpeedZone Driver is the first adjustable driver I’ve owned and while I have not got it totally dialed in yet it is 10-yards longer, in its current configuration, than my previous driver. My previous driver avg was 232 yds and with the Cobra I’m at 242 yds. I plan to get time on TrackMan and see which loft, lie, bias configuration is best for my swing and do an A-B comparison with my old driver. I will post those results here at a later date. To date, the Cobra 3 Wood is my favorite club in the set. Not only do I hit it as long as I hit my previous driver, but it is much easier to hit off the deck than my Cleveland HiBore 3 wood. I’ve actually been using it more on shorter par 4’s than the driver because it’s a fairway finder and sometimes it’s better to be in the short stuff than closer to the green in the thick stuff. I haven’t really hit the hybrids that much on course as of yet, but at the range they go long & straight. Straight can sometime be a problem for me as I used my previous hybrids to get out of trouble. I could easily bend them left or right around trees that were blocking the green. The SpeedZones seem to just wanna go straight, regardless of whether I try to cut or draw them. I wonder if the rails are keeping the club head from twisting through the turf? SUMMARY LOOKS: I love the black, red & yellow color scheme on the SpeedZones, the look is “fast” standing still, much like a Ferrari or Lamborghini. The matching head covers and bag really complete the look and make it one sexy bag of sticks. SOUND & FEEL: The sound of the driver is quite different from the familiar “ping” of my Callaway driver. I’d say it’s like a hollow dull thud with the driver and the sound doesn’t change much on off-center hits. The 3 wood has a more traditional sound when struck and the feel when you flush one is magical! MISCELLANEOUS: The adjustable head on the driver & 3 wood moves the logos on the grip & shaft around the club head which is a little distracting. This is not a huge issue and would be less noticeable with a solid color grip. My Lamkin Sonar grips, however, have finger placement marking to help take a consistent grip on the club and they are now at the 2:00 position. PLAY IT OR TRADE IT: I’m already seeing improved distances, which is leading to less and less hybrids and more short irons on approach shots helping my scoring. I’ve recorded 2 birdies in each of my last 2 rounds, on 2 different courses. I can’t tell you how many years it’s been since I accomplished that feat! OVERALL COBRA SPEEDZONE WOODS RANK:
  4. 19 points
    CCC4 OFFICIAL WOODS REVIEW Preface Its time to go long or go home!! We’re starting out with a bang (or should I say bomb!). Let’s review the big sticks! As a reminder, I’m gaming the SZ 9° driver, the SZ 3 wood and SZ 3 hybrid. All of these are Tour Length, which is making quite a positive impact on my game. Well, I’d be upset if my first sentence didn’t include the word speed, because, let’s face it, Cobra has built their big sticks around speed. Do they live up to the hype? Read on and find out! Looks These are hands down some of the best looking woods on the market. I absolutely love the matte white color. That said, I really wish I could’ve matched my hybrid with the driver and 3 wood. Yes, I know that’s mainly my OCD talking, but still... That small complaint aside, the matte carbon fiber crown, the white accent, with the red weights creates a beautiful and classy looking club. Coming from the *ahem* very red Wilson Staff C300, the Cobras are an improvement in almost every way. Looks - 5/5 stars Sound & Feel This section is always the one I struggle with the most. It’s just so hard to quantify something so subjective, and then adequately explain it. @edingc did a wonderful job with his videos demonstrating the sound of the SZ. (Credit where credit is due.) I also can’t better describe the feelings of the driver and 3 wood. As he said, the driver has a very nice, reverberating, crack to it, while the 3W has a more solid thwack when flushed, but feels a little hollow when mishit. I’ll also say the hybrid sounds & feels a little “pingy” and rather hollow. Sound & Feel - 3/5 stars (To break it down, the driver would be 5/5, the 3W is 3/5 and the hybrid is 2/5.) Performance For all the talk about looks, sound, and feel, this is the section that really, really matters. I’m a bit conflicted about this section, because, my good shots, are very, very good. My strikes are more consistently near the middle of the face, but I’m struggling with an ugly left miss with both the driver and 3W. I’ll say this, the SZ is rather forgiving when it comes to ball speed. This shot was hit well off the toe, still ended up being really good. Not to mention, this driver has produced some absolute BOMBS! I just need this to happen more frequently! The hybrid has been a go to club of mine since it has joined my bag, it’s super consistent, very forgiving, and most importantly, isn’t going left!! I’m really loving the hybrid right now, very easy to hit out of any lie, and surprisingly workable. Overall, my distance is up, my overall fairways hit is up, but my misses are much uglier. I dunno how to grade that, so I’ll give it 4 stars. Performance - 4/5 stars Play it OR Trade it Can I get a time extension on this question? I’m just not sure yet. Arccos says my driving handicap is going down, so I guess that’s good, but dang, I’m just not comfortable with the driver and 3W yet. If I can start making more good swings, then these might be in the bag for a long time. The hybrid will probably be staying for a while, it might be on a rotation schedule with my 2 iron depending on wind and corse conditions. I’m going with 3 stars for now, however, hopefully with some time this rating can and will increase. Play it OR Trade it - 3/5 stars Overall These are very good clubs, don’t let my uncertain review convince you otherwise. These can compete with any of the bigger companies woods. I’m just fighting my swing a bit right now, and it just isn’t translating into confidence. I’ll provide more follow up about these in a few weeks when I have a few more rounds under my belt. But for now, I’ll give the 3 stars, with and asterisk denoting massive potential. Overall - 3/5 stars
  5. 18 points
    Alright Cobra! ... FINE, YOU WIN. I’m throwing in the towel. This brilliant challenge is an even more brilliant form of marketing ... and this marketing campaign has been slowly trying to burn a hole in my pocket as the #CCC4 continues on into page 90 of this thread, WITH ANOTHER 7 WEEKS REMAINING! There’s no way in heck I’m going to wait till the end of this competition before I bought a set of your ... One Length F9 irons. I trust the input from all the Spies within MGS ... and more specifically the feedback from @daviddvm and @Wedgie only convinced me further that the OL is where I’m at with my game and I further trust that my game will significantly improve with these irons. To the testers, your reviews and input have a huge impact on the rest of your fellow spies. I’m also realizing how much work is going into this for you all ... all while keeping the rest of us highly entertained. Keep it up!
  6. 18 points
    #MGSCobra2020 #CobraConnect Wood/Hybrid Review - edingc, a.k.a. #TeamCalvesLikePhil We're kicking off the reviews in spectacular fashion with the Cobra SpeedZone woods and hybrids! After success with the F9 series of clubs, does Cobra have another winner on its hands with the SpeedZone line? As a reminder, I am gaming the SpeedZone Xtreme driver, the regular SpeedZone 3 wood, and the 17 degree SpeedZone hybrid. First Impressions I ordered every club shorter than stock length across the bag. For the driver, this meant going to a “Tour Length” 44.5” shaft (one inch short). The fairway wood is 3/4 inch short, and the hybrid is 1/2 inch short. What a difference that makes! For someone like myself who is 5’11” but has long arms, these things felt wonderful right from the first few waggles out of the box. Cobra really brought its A game to the headcovers this season as well, and I like that they are matched to the colorway of the club, though the OCD side of me wishes the hybrid cover used white stitching also. Milled faces are all the rage for Cobra again this year, with the Infinity Face debuting on the SpeedZone driver. The milling allows Cobra to tighten tolerances, and in theory each face should be exactly the same as there is no hand-polishing (read: human error) in the process. Looks - 4.5/5 Stars I was previously gaming the Callaway Epic Flash, which shares a similar elongated shape with the SpeedZone Xtreme. Ordered in the matte white finish, the SpeedZone Xtreme is much more attractive to my eye in every single way compared to the Epic Flash. The matte finish screams “stealth bomber,” and the white and red accents provide a wonderful, yet understated color contrast. While the elongated shape makes for a larger footprint versus the standard SpeedZone, I think even better players would have no issue playing this driver. The Infinity Face provides an excellent clubface alignment aid, and as a bonus you can usually see the imprint of your golf ball after a well struck shot. To me the face appears to sit slightly open, which I prefer. The color scheme transfers flawlessly to the 3 wood as well. The 3 wood is a traditional shape that should get along well with almost everyone. The matte finish does not reflect sunlight, and the addition of small aerodynamic ridges on the crowns of both the driver and the wood complete the look. I love that despite switching to yellow on the hybrids, Cobra again went with a matte finish instead of gloss. Deducting half a star here for not offering the same white scheme option found on the woods for the hybrids. Sound & Feel - 4/5 Stars Coming from the Epic Flash, perhaps one of the most notoriously awful sounding drivers, the SpeedZone Xtreme is a wonderful change. As a former baseball player, the SpeedZone Xtreme sound reminds me of an old-school aluminum bat. The sound reverberates slightly on impact. I think the sound has a lot to do with my impression of the feel of the face, which to me has a moderate trampoline effect/feeling at impact. I am slightly disappointed in the feel/sound of the 3 wood. Using another baseball analogy, the 3 wood feels and sounds more like a traditional wood bat. A great feel and solid thwack sound when hit on the sweet spot, but slightly hollow and dead when not squared up. Admittedly, I am not one to use a 3 wood often or hit it well, but I also had the same experience last year when demoing the F9 (which ultimately lost out to the Mizuno GT-180 I had in my bag prior to receiving the Cobras). Basic Characteristics - 4.5/5 Stars I fit into the 9 degree SpeedZone Xtreme head, which is adjustable down to 7.5 degrees and up to 10.5 degrees. Based on my swing, the fitter recommended I loft down to 7.5. After a few range sessions I am currently playing both woods at their stated lofts. I had my Epic Flash lofted down, but I still managed to hit very high balls with it. The SpeedZone Xtreme actually is producing lower launch conditions (to my eye and verified as best I can with my FlightScope Mevo), which is partially why I’ve opted to keep it at the stamped loft. I’m not one to work the driver (or any wood/hybrid). My goal with the driver is to not be in trouble. This is where the SpeedZone Xtreme is by far a better driver for me than the Epic Flash. I am finding the near middle of the SpeedZone a lot more often, and as such, my misses are not nearly as poor as with the Epic Flash. I do not think the SpeedZone Xtreme is the longest driver I’ve hit. On a well-struck shot, early indicators from my range sessions with my Flightscope Mevo indicate ball speeds and carry distance may be just slightly less than those of the Epic Flash. However, again, the forgiveness of the SpeedZone Xtreme shines because on mishits, the ball speeds of the SpeedZone Xtreme are consistently higher than those of the Epic Flash. At 15 degrees, I hit a monster 3 wood from the tee during my practice round. A very high, penetrating flight, that nearly matched the distance of my driver. There is more work to be done on becoming more consistent with this club. I know the new design of the baffler rails will make this club wonderful from the turf as well. The hybrid plays a nice lower bullet with some run out. I am hoping to experiment with this club some more to see if it would be a viable option off of the tee when the driver isn’t cooperating. On Course Performance - 5/5 Stars Two shots stand out to me with the SpeedZone Xtreme: The first was a gross mishit that held a reasonably straight line and still traveled a very long way. The second was a ball hit on the screws with some run out. I believe these two holes highlight just what the SpeedZone Xtreme can do. I only hit the 3 wood and hybrid during my practice round, and they produced very nice shots as well, but I don't have the Arccos data to back that assertion up. Miscellaneous - 4/5 Stars I was spoiled with the adjustable cog system Callaway uses on their driver shaft adapters. Callaway's system maintains the orientation of the grip regardless of the driver setting. Cobra does not have this technology in their adapters. As I opted for the Lamkin Sonar grips, which have white alignment reminders on them, they move out of position whenever the loft of the wood shafts is changed. Play It or Trade It - 3.5/5 Stars The SpeedZone Xtreme is staying in the bag well beyond the conclusion of this challenge. It is just too forgiving across the face to not play, and I love the sound and feel. The SpeedZone 3 wood is also very likely to remain in the bag, if only because the baffler rails are the real deal when playing from the turf, and because I enjoy the shortened Aldila Rogue Silver shaft. In a head-to-head contest with other 3 woods with shortened shafts, I’d likely choose something that sounded better to my ear. I have mentioned earlier in this thread about questioning my gapping and the usefulness of the 17 degree hybrid. Honestly, unless I get really good off of the tee with it, that club is the most likely to leave my bag. Woods and Hybrids Overall Rating - 4/5 Stars Cobra may not get the press or tour play of Callaway or TaylorMade, but they produce some very, very good drivers. My goal this year and throughout this challenge is to improve my game from the tee box. I think the SpeedZone Xtreme is just the club I should be using to do so!
  7. 17 points
    B.Boston’s #CobraConnect Challenge 4 Review - Woods and Hybrid Edition Alright ladies and gentlemen! We’re finally here! This is where the REAL competition begins. Week 2 and out first week of golf challenges. As you know by now we’re tracking GIR and FW on our best round with a bonus for hitting both. The best way to do that? Be straight and Long off the tee for starters. That leads us to the first of our mini reviews. This week we’ll be chatting Woods and Hybrids… so fire away with those burning questions you may have if we don’t touch on them in our write ups. First Impressions I’ve got the Speedzone 10.5 Tour Length in the bag as well as the Speedzone 5 wood and Speedzone 4 Hybrid. I was super excited to get these in as way back before COVID closed all the stores down I had a chance to swing the Speedzone up against the SIM, Mavrik, and other drivers and immediately liked the feel of the Speedzone the best. I wanted to get the Tour Length as my G30 was 44.5 and had some extra head weight in it and I always felt like I could swing free with it. That was the first driver I had been fit for and man does it make a difference. The 5 wood and Hybrid are standard length. Cobra hooked me up solid with a Tensei Pro White 60TX in the driver, a Ventus Blue 8S in the 5 wood, and a KBS Tour Hybrid Prototype in the Hybrid. Each was based on their fitters recommendation as well as results of my fitting at True Spec last fall. The stock head covers are very nice, but like others have mentioned I wish the hybrid stitching matched the others. I solved this "problem" by using my head covers from my old bag and think the combo of the three compliment the Speedzone stand bag very well. Looks – 4 Stars Driver – Cobra completely nailed it. The matte finish and power ridges on the crown really does remind me of a stealth bomber. It screams speed and still looks forgiving to me. The infinity face is stunning looking and protects the crown very well. Not that I’ve hit a single ball off there… no no that never happens. I also love the white and red color scheme and think the stripes this year look better than the F9 did. Fairway – You can basically copy paste from above… with the exception of the infinity face… Now I’m thrilled with what I’ve been seeing from the 5 wood, but if they released one next year with an infinity face… I would need to at least check it out. I think it makes that much of a difference. Hybrid – It looks good to me, but something isn’t quite as nice as the Driver and Fairway. I’m not sure if its just the shape or not, but it looks closed to me and I’m not 100% comfortable with it yet. Also as others have said, I’d love to be able to keep the matte/white color scheme throughout the top of the bag. Sound & Feel - 5 Stars Driver – If it looks like a stealth bomber then hitting one feels something like this: See? Just like the tank! It’s just a powerful but muted and solid sound. I LOVE the feel of the infinity face. It feels solid and explosive out of the center, and gives me immediate but not harsh feedback when I missed the center. Fairway – Solid, Solid, Solid. I’m really enjoying this off the tee with the heavy shaft in it. I think that may be adding to the solid feeling. Not quite as good of a thwack as the driver, but it is very satisfying and very consistent flight. Hybrid – To me this feels very similar to my old Titleist 818 H1. It feels powerful but consistent and not harsh or too springy. Basic Characteristics - 4 Stars Driver – I have this set to +1* and Draw with the heavy weight back. This is the most forgiving setting and helps me square the face a touch. I’ve noticed that I can hit this a bit higher than my old drivers while still having a flight that doesn’t look too skinny and getting some good roll. Generally with the driver I have a straight to fade ball and I’ve had several drives already go out past 280 which is great for me. I’ve also tested out the extreme corners of the infinity face and can happily report ball speed is good on off center hits. I’ve hit a few balls 260+ off of the wrong infinity logo on the face (read: very high, very toe). Fairway – This is set opposite of the driver, -1.5* so playing at 17*. This is also how I had my previous 5 wood set and allows me to work the ball both ways with some level of comfort. It’s hitting all the right windows and while I normally don’t this club wouldn’t stop me from going after a green at 240 yards (but I usually wouldn’t want to bring any additional trouble into play). Hybrid – I like how this performs on good hits, but it feels like I need to make a slice swing, or a real push swing to keep it from moving left. This is something that happens to me with a lot of hybrids, but I still prefer them to long irons because my contact and ball speed is much better. As you can see from my 3 attempted drives with it 2 went hooking left and one was a push to the right. Not ideal at the moment. Down the road I may want to give the Forged Tec Utility a try on a monitor against it, but I expect to get more comfortable with the hybrid as the competition moves on. On Course Performance – 4 Stars So far on course I’ve been seeing my average drive 5 yards further than my M5, which was even further than my G30. And honestly I’m not even really hitting the center all that well yet. I don’t think I can ask any more from the driver at this point other than my swing being better. It’s been great and surprisingly forgiving (with the Tour Length and weight back it has nearly the same MOI as my old G30 from what I can see online). The 5-wood has also been really good. I didn’t think it would be so easy to replace the G30 5-wood, but this Speedzone and Ventus combo flat out performs. I expect my averages will be about the same but I prefer the looks and sound/feel of this over the G30. They Hybrid has had a hook or block tendency for me. I’m still trying to figure it out, but I nearly lost a few balls already with the hybrid off the tee. I’m wondering if a flat setting would have been a useful addition here as my irons are all 2* flat. Miscellaneous – 4 Stars Cobra was awesome and hooked me up with some excellent shafts and the whole Speedzone lineup is fast and surprisingly forgiving. I’m not totally sold on the sensors built into the grips yet. I think I prefer the screw in sensors from a feel standpoint as the end of the Sonar grips can be a little mushy at the end on some of the clubs. Side note: Outside of that minor complaint I am really enjoying the Sonar grips the more I play with them. Play It or Trade It - 4 Stars Is it too early to say that the Speedzone Driver and 5 wood are locks in my bag for the next several years??? I’m not really sure that it is. They are everything I look for in a driver and fairway. Like I mentioned earlier, an infinity face fairway would be awesome and I’d want to check it out, but I’m not really sure that either of these clubs will be beaten from a performance perspective for quite some time. And I love the look, sound, and feel of these clubs. I really think more OEMs should consider offering a stock “tour length” option especially when most have some sort of adjustable weight, so It’s not really adding a lot of SKUs or parts for them. They Hybrid is going to have to earn its spot. I have hit some really good shots that have had very pleasing flights, but I’ve also had a few low running hooks that made me get rid of the G30 hybrids for something I could get a fade bias with (the Titleist 818 H1 with fade weight). The lack of adjustability may be what keeps it out of the bag at the end of this competition, but I may also try a strip or two of lead tape out on the toe to see if I can balance the flight out. Woods and Hybrids Overall Rating - 4 Stars Cobra has hit a home run for me with the Speedzone driver and fairway. They look sound and feel flat out awesome and I feel confident when I have them in my hand. The Hybrid needs a little work right now, but I’m hopeful that more time with it will increase my comfort factor and let the performance shine through.
  8. 16 points
    What a stunning summer morning. This week the competition is all about FW and GIR so I went to the course with a different mindset than I normally do. I was going to aim for the fat part of the fairway (within reason) and the middle back of the green on approaches. All I have to say is damn... I might have to play that way more often. Or maybe it was just the extra focus knowing that the real games have begun. Here’s a link to my instagram post with some photos and videos of todays action: And onto some key highlights: New/Tied Personal Bests: Score: 75 (+3) Arccos Handicap: 5.8 Birdies: 4 (ties my personal best) Long Drive: 317 yards Fairways Hit - 6/14 (43%) - ties baseline Greens in Reg - 11/18 (61%) vs 8/18 in baseline I’m ecstatic with this start but I’m still wanting to get those Fairway Hit numbers higher for this week’s challenge. I should have one more opportunity to get 18 holes in, but I know my competitors will be giving it their all too! I’ll end this post with a photo of the 17th green, a par 3. The Forged Tec irons have been REALLY solid for me on par 3’s... I’ve been getting a lot of quality birdie looks out of them which is not usual for me. Hopefully more good rounds to come!
  9. 16 points
  10. 15 points
    #MGSCobra2020 #CobraConnect SpeedZone Iron Review - edingc, a.k.a. #TeamCalvesLikePhil An all-new carbon fiber topline on the long and mid-irons is the big story headlining Cobra’s 2020 SpeedZone irons. The weight savings from use of carbon fiber allowed Cobra’s engineers to push the head’s center of gravity lower than in previous models. Cobra hooked me up with the conventional length SpeedZone irons (1/2 inch short, 2 degrees flat), 4 iron to gap wedge, with KBS C-Taper Lite x-stiff shafts and Lamkin Sonar grips. Previously, I played Maltby PTM Forged irons, which although are “game improvement” irons, are a forged head and offer a more traditional appearance than the SpeedZones. Looks - 3.5/5 Stars I’ve read several comments on the Internet that say the worst thing about the SpeedZone design is the carbon fiber topline. I wholeheartedly disagree! Sure, at first glance it sticks out because it’s different from any other iron. After hitting a few shots, however, it blends in and isn’t distracting at all. From the 8 iron down to the gap wedge, Cobra removed the carbon fiber, leaving a pleasing and not-too-thick topline for the precision scoring clubs. Offset is minimal throughout the set and not off putting in the least bit. My biggest complaint concerning the looks of the SpeedZone irons stems from how much the backside is visible at address, especially in the 6 and 7 irons (the 7 iron is pictured above). Ideally, I would prefer those mid-irons to look less like a driving iron and blend more toward the scoring clubs. These are big clubheads; nobody is mistaking these for a player’s iron. The perimeter weighting, sole design, cavity badging and topline are uniquely game improvement. That doesn’t mean they are bad looking clubs, and I applaud Cobra for pushing the envelope. But, you’ll need to look elsewhere if you’re wanting a traditional look in your irons. Sound & Feel - 3.5/5 Stars Well-struck balls offer a very solid sound, both with the carbon fiber long irons and the more traditional short irons. It’s a satisfying thwack, I have no issues with it at all. Coming from a fully forged head, the feel of the SpeedZones is obviously a bit lacking in comparison, but likely similar to other irons in its category. It’s fairly easy to determine where the ball is struck horizontally, but I’ve struggled to know where the strike is vertically on the face. With exception to extremely thin shots, a few grooves high or low all seem to feel the same to me. I was originally fit into stiff flex KBS C-Taper Lites and not x-stiff. Stiff flex was unavailable due to COVID-19 supply chain issues, so we bumped up to x-stiff. They are definitely different animals than the stiff flex, and right now I’m still struggling a bit to adjust to the feel of them. The x-stiffs don’t have the same swift kick at impact I experience with the stiff flex CTLs, and I think that is partially influencing my feel of the head. Basic Characteristics - 4/5 Stars Unlike my woods, I do get creative with iron shots. My desired stock iron shot is a push draw, with my miss being a straight draw or overcooked pull draw/hook. The video above is a slight pull draw. However, I often need to hit a low stinger under tree branches, and I also like to club up some and play softer finesse shots into greens. It’s not often that I’m taking a full cut with an iron. I am impressed at my ability to do all of those things with the SpeedZone irons. By default they want to launch high and stay straight, but by manipulating ball position and/or gripping down, I’ve been able to hit low or more feathery shots when required. (As a quick aside, the reduced taper shape on the Lamkin Sonars has been very helpful with gripping down on the club.) The sole design is unique with the smaller “effective” sole. We have had hot and dry conditions since I received the clubs, but with the way the sole glides through heavy rough I doubt I’d have much trouble in wet conditions. Turf interaction is great, nice small divots without digging much. Obviously, the SpeedZones are loft-jacked (see: my six iron ball speeds above - with a range ball!). They generate a lot of distance as a result, but they provide adequate height and spin to stop the ball, especially in the shorter irons. I would definitely recommend pairing a more “spinny” ball with them to optimize spin as much as possible (I’ve alternated between Snell MTB-X and Srixon Z-Star XV during the challenge). On Course Performance - 4/5 Stars The SpeedZone irons are outstanding at what they are designed to do - get the ball airborne with serious distance, while being extremely forgiving of mishits. On more than one occasion, I’ve hit a completely disgusting shot only to watch the ball end up near my target line and distance. I’ve also had the pleasure or puring a few irons and watching how the ball rockets off of the face. Don’t expect to suck a ball back on the green with these clubs. But, if I strike the ball well (not a groove low), I can expect the ball to fly high enough to land softly and stop within a few feet. I haven’t experienced any major distance inconsistencies, but I have hit a few low-spin fliers from the rough that kept on going and going and going and wouldn’t stop. I don’t think that’s exclusive to these irons, but perhaps is made worse by the naturally lower spin rates of the design. I often hit mid and long irons from the tee at my home course and the forgiveness has helped me be in better positions than with my Maltby PTMs. The amount of distance I retain on mishits is impressive. Extra distance off the tee combined with longer carry distances from my scoring clubs means I hit shorter clubs into greens, which puts less pressure on my swing to be perfect. My scoring hasn’t changed dramatically for better or for worse since putting the SpeedZones into play. However, I am finding my iron striking to be more inconsistent with the SpeedZones in the bag. My hook miss has gotten worse, and I’m struggling with a tendency to pull across the ball from the top a lot more often. This is resulting in a lot of strikes toward the toe of the club. I’m not a fantastic golfer, but as my Arccos baseline showed, iron striking was one of the better parts of my game. I’m not sure if these exaggerations of my existing misses are to be blamed on the irons or something in my swing, but I can say sometimes I feel like I’m working too hard trying to get the x-stiff C-Taper Lites to do what I want. If I take a nice relaxed cut at the ball, I feel like I’m getting desirable results more often. All in all, the SpeedZone irons are producing predictable ball flight and predictable distances when I’m swinging well, and that’s all I can ask of them to do. Miscellaneous - 4/5 Stars These irons are not ones I’d want to buy stock off the rack. I understand distance is king of sales, but the stock specifications for these irons are very upright and very long. I doubt a low-spin, two-piece surlyn/ionomer ball would stop well with these either, and I’m certain that is the type of ball most played by recreational golfers. Play It or Trade It - 3/5 Stars I’m conflicted. On one hand, I love the forgiveness of the SpeedZones, specifically in the long irons. The clubs are rockets! On the other hand, I’ve tested forgiveness so much because I’ve struggled to find the center of the club face. That wasn’t the case during my baseline with my Maltby PTMs. I’ve thought of multiple scenarios for how these irons might stay in the bag: Do I try soft-stepping the shafts once or twice to see if that returns some of the feel I enjoy with the stiff C-Taper Lites? I’ve considered making the 19 degree 4 iron a true driving iron by putting a graphite shaft into it, so this could be done with just a little basement club work. Do I reshaft a test club with a stiff C-Taper Lite, and, if I like the results, bite the bullet and do the rest of the set? Should I play a split set with my Maltby PTMs? The lofts and lengths are setup in a way I could split my set at the 7 iron, and play SpeedZone long irons (5, 6, 7) and Maltby PTM mid-to-short irons (7, 8, 9, PW, GW) without messing up gapping to the wedges. Do I just practice more and try to sort out my issues with the x-stiff C-Taper Lites? When struck well they do feel effortless, but I think the difference in flex or weight may be partially responsible for the issues I’m having with my iron swing. #CobraConnect will take me to the end of my primary golf season, but over the fall and winter I will have some testing to do to answer these questions. Overall Score - 3.5/5 Stars Going strictly by handicap, I’m probably on the lower end of the target range for the SpeedZone irons, but I wouldn’t say only high handicappers should play these irons. The long irons are excellent - easy to launch, forgiving and crazy fast in regards to ball speeds. Short irons have a good look and generally stop the ball when needed. For the price ($799 USD off the rack), I’m not sure there is a better value out there among the major OEMs in the game improvement/super game improvement category. I’m just struggling a bit adjusting to them. Since we still have a lot of time remaining in the challenge, I’m hoping with more practice I can get a good understanding of what I need to do to play my best golf with these irons.
  11. 15 points
    5,492? Seriously though, nice round. Well-played for the FIR/GIR challenge, too. Enjoy the vacation!
  12. 15 points
    Hey all y’all #venomspitters I remembered how to strike a ball today! 4 iron and 3 wood off the tee was a deadly combination. I’ve never played this conservatively in my life, it was way more stress free than usual. The driver never even left the bag. FIR 9/11 GIR 12/18 Burgers: 6
  13. 15 points
    Absolutely in love with the consistency of the SpeedZone Xtreme:
  14. 15 points
    Now, I can tell you that my round today will NOT be the one I submit for this weeks challenge! I’ll spare you the gory details (I was 0fer for greens and fairways through 7 holes...), however, I do have a nominee for best/worst par, and a hole in which I hit two fairways, neither of which were mine.
  15. 15 points
    This week let the games begin
  16. 15 points
    Week 1 is in the books boys and girls. 23 pages of comments for just one week is NUTS. Keep it going! It's time to tally some votes. First up, let's see who received the bonus votes: B.Boston @Lacassem(25) @sirchunksalot (10) daviddvm @mikeanthony (9) edingc @fixyurdivot (7) @yungkory (5) @palvord (5) GB13 @Nunfa0 (20) @MattF (6) HeadHammer No Vote @JohnSmalls (15) @Wedgie (8) The bonus votes almost pushed @GB13 into 2nd place this week but nay, he fell just short. With @B.Boston bringing home Week 1's gold, here's where we stand after Week 1: Time to spin the wheel for our member contest this week: Congrats on your new gear! Send me a message and we'll get the order going. ________________________________________________________________________ Week 2 - FIR/GIR Burgers Competitors: Competitors will be shooting for FIRs, GIRs, and Burgers (both FIR and GIR on the same hole). 1 point for FIR, 1 point for GIR, 2 points for Burger. They'll each submit their best round of the week, add a HC bonus (1/2 Driving + 1/2 Approach), and be ranked accordingly. Should be a great fun challenge this week! Members: Hope you read the intros well. This week, a trivia question based on information contained in the 5 introductions will be posted on Saturday. First correct answer wins this week's prize of some Puma Golf Kicks!
  17. 14 points
    My stash of Bridgestone Tour BXS balls has been dwindling so I decided it was time to purchase more balls. For the past few seasons, I have bought balls from Golfballs.com and have been very pleased with both the pricing and printing that they do. I have noticed in recent forums that a lot of people liked the Srixon Z star ball so I decided to give them a shot, plus they had a buy 2 get 1 free with free printing. After going back and forth, I decided on the Srixon Z star XV, placed the order and got the shipment within about five days...and that included the printing. I usually get my old baseball number(00) and a thick arrow. This order I decided to do the baseball number and a small arrow <--00--> as I knew they already have a decent alignment line put on by Srixon. In my researching the Z Stars, I noticed how they have spin skin so I wanted to feel it and look at the new print job. I pulled the first ball out and noticed a blemish with the printing. This is not the quality print job that I have become accustomed to with Golfballs.com, so I checked a few more. I noticed a few more balls with lower quality printing (lines are crooked or gone over a few times and the ink bled). I am now checking all three dozen balls. As I am doing this I notice that I can see seem lines on about eight balls and a few others having what looked like pitting issues, I have never seen this before on any ball that I have ever played. My excitement to try these new golf balls quickly turned into buyers remorse. Why did I switch, I like the BXS. I decided to reach out to both Srixon and Golfballs.com. I first emailed Srixon. I heard back from them within two business days. They asked for pictures so they could inspect my claim of pitting and seam issues. I happily obliged, I sent them two or three pictures of a few of the balls and we sent a few emails back and forth. Long story short, Srixon apologized and said they would send out replacement balls and that they would want the blemished balls back to further inspect them. Srixon told me that the visible seam is no issue as this is due to having the thinnest cover in golf. They assured me that this would not affect performance and for me to keep them. Golfballs.com is basically the same situation, however when I sent them pictures I did not hear anything back from them. I checked my email for a few days but nothing. Fast forward to today. I open my front door to go outside and look down and there is a package from Srixon. I open it up and there is 2 dozen brand new Z Stars XV balls. They got here fast and I was very pleased at how they handled this situation. Honestly, I did not expect anyone to even respond to my initial dissatisfied email. About an hour went by and my dogs started barking as if someone was at my door. I got up to look and sure enough ANOTHER package. This one was from Golfballs.com. This shocked me to say the least, simply because I had not heard from them. I opened this package and BOOM, 3 dozen balls WITH the baseball number and arrows. These looked clean and crisp. I have to say, both companies have done right by me. There were quality control issues that both companies did their best to rectify. I would like to take this opportunity to tell you how pleased I am with Golfballs.com and with Srixon. I will continue to buy my golf balls from Golfballs.com and in the two rounds I have used the Srixon I have to say it is a GREAT feeling ball. It does everything I want it to do while giving me a soft feel off the putter. They have hit a homerun with the Z Star XV.
  18. 14 points
    Well it was Christmas in July today. Got home from looking at a college with my daughter and there was a present at my front door! Great packaging for the clubs, better than anything else I have received from other companies in the past. The box is even first class. The slogan on the box reads "Expectations Redefined". Other than the clubs there were also other surprises in the box as well. A hand written note from Jason at Sub 70, a nice hat, and a sticker for my car. Each clubhead was wrapped in plastic and each one had the clubs specks on a label. First impressions: I was expecting a slightly smaller club head in length compared to my game improvement Irons. This was not the case. So one of my concerns turned out not to be one . The offset is less which was expected but isn't much of a concern for me. You can see a side by side comparison below. Craftsmanship was perfect. I did not find any flaws throughout the set. A few swings in the living room and everything felt and looked good. I am working on a loft comparison chart. Game improvement irons are always strong lofted. So I want to be taking everything into consideration during the testing. Everything was starting off on a good note until I unwrapped the last club (Don't worry). Then there was a crack of thunder and then the skies opened up. My planned run over to the driving range came to a halt. At least it gave me time to put this post together. Testing starts on Sunday. I have a golf tournament tomorrow and I think it best to get more familiarity with the new sticks before I put them in play (But I want to so badly). I'm trying to squash the demon on my shoulder telling me to put them in the bag!
  19. 14 points
    Beautiful day for 18 holes! Got out to one of my favorite spots with my father-in-law and both brother-in-laws. It was hot, windy, dry and fast, but I played very well and may have to use this round for the FIR/GIR challenge! If not for the pesky par 3s on the front, and that stupid thing called putting, I think it could have been a career round, hahahaha. Seriously though, I hit my driver extremely well today and was great again around the green. This was my best effort distance wise, unfortunately it stopped in a divot and I came up just short of the green trying to finesse it out of there. No doubt the SpeedZone Xtreme is a great fit for me. I really focused on one swing thought regarding balance and pressure today, and just need to ramp up the speed a little bit now that I've got my swing path figured out.
  20. 13 points
    I just happened to see in my profile that I passed the 5,000 post mark... Having been here ten years, it’s probably a little low, but still a cool milestone! We have a “sticker” for that???
  21. 13 points
  22. 13 points
    Well, I definitely set a mark this morning that probably won't be equalled or bested in this challenge, unfortunately it had nothing to do with the weekly FIR/GIR Burger competition... I didn't know there was an outing scheduled for this morning until I got to the course, so I had to bust it to get all 18 holes in ahead of them. Very interesting results! I scored OK, and putted pretty well for me. Running between shots, no practice swings, no marking or lining up putts, left my glove on for every shot including putting. Might have to start carrying over some of the putting thoughts - pick a line, pick a speed and go - to a normal-paced round. As far as the FIR/GIR competition goes, I won't be submitting this round. I changed my strategy off of the tee and hit a lot of irons trying to hit more fairways and that failed miserably (and I'll expound on that in more detail in my iron review). Still, remove a ball I hooked out of bounds on No. 3 and I put together a pretty decent scoring round for me. Best shot of the day came on No. 17, and the SpeedZone Xtreme really continues to impress me. Had to punch a 7 iron under a branch to get to the green and did so successfully for an easy two-putt par.
  23. 13 points
    @artful_golfer @mr.hicksta @Reesedw @dhartmann34 @Shankster @tchat07 @BrownBearGolf @TBT @fozcycle Congrats everyone! Once again, a heck of a testing lineup! Guys, let's see if you can keep up with the forum queen, @artful_golfer!
  24. 13 points
    @GB13, @B.Boston, @daviddvm, @Headhammer, @edingc... Alright Gentleman, who has started plotting which courses to play based on which weekly challenge is up?? Or are you all just playing courses you normally would? I played courses that I knew would give me the best chance at meeting the Challenge.. Course with wider firm fairways for driving challenges ect.. Courses with Bigger greens for GIR.. ... You guys are doing a great Job keep it up..
  25. 13 points
    More details to come... But I had more than one personal best today while playing for this weeks challenge. [emoji33][emoji33][emoji33]
  26. 13 points
  27. 13 points
    I came here today expecting to see a link to the video @Headhammer posted on Twitter of Lexi Thompson wishing him well.... I would love the hear the story on how that came to be, and I challenge the other competitors to out-do that one.
  28. 13 points
    Cobra Woods Review Carbon fiber top with turbulators and infinity face driver. Carbon fiber top with split rails bottom fairways make the Cobra lineup unique and a must try at a club fitting. They have adjustability of lie and loft as well as weighting. I have hit these clubs at my fitting and one range session and one competitive round and one weekly (with buddies) round. My initial impression is that the Cobra SpeedZone Driver and Fairway metals are comparable to my current gamers Titleist TS2 Driver and 15* 3 metal. I have not used a 5-fairway metal in many years, opting for strong lofted hybrid clubs. During my fitting for the Cobra SpeedZoneOne clubs we found the SpeedZoneONE 4 hybrid the perfect transition club to the SpeedZoneONE 5 – SW. This will be interesting seeing how I have been gaming TS2 driver and 15*F and Titleist 818H 19*, 23*, 27* transition to 6 – PW with 3 Vokey wedges. I’m extremely impressed with the 5 metal at this point and I hit it slightly farther and straighter than I hit a 19* hybrid. The low profile and split rails allow me to hit the 5 metal out of semi-rough as well as fairway conditions. I like the look and feel of all three woods and will give them a fair shot at staying in my bag. Looks 4.5 stars Sound and Feel 4.5 stars Basic Characteristics 5 stars Miscellaneous 4.5 stars Play it Trade it 4 stars Overall 4.5 stars
  29. 13 points
    I have no words to describe what happened yesterday. Shocking, demoralising, makes you want to quit comes to mind. I'm still hitting that awful 90° right off the irons shot. The only glimmer of hope was on the long par 3 #12. Playing 186 so of course I smoke a 4 iron 206 off the back. I got the name of a coach, so I'm going to give him a call during the week and try to set something up.
  30. 12 points
    Was able to get out for 18 this morning at my wife family cottage in Dexter, ME. I felt like @edingc breezing around the course in 2:24 and will be using this round for the FIR/GIR Burger challenge. It’s an improvement on my first 18 this week for sure. I’m including a pic of my scorecard because some of the Arccos holes are incorrect and I sent them an email to update. +4 74 on a short course, but more Importantly 11 FIR and 10 GIR with 7 Burgers for a score of 35. Sorry in advance for cryptic messages this week. I’ll be running to Dunkin’ up here to use their WiFi as cell service lakeside is pretty poor. The view however is quite nice!
  31. 12 points
    Tried to best my FIR/GIR total from Tuesday, but Mother Nature had other ideas this morning: I intended to gut it out, but after slogging through nine very wet holes with a 45 I had to pack it in. Just too much water on the greens to really putt, and I couldn't keep a good grip on the club. So that means for the FIR/GIR competition I will be submitting Tuesday's round, which had eight FIRs, nine GIRs and five FIR/GIR burgers.
  32. 12 points
    MODS IS IT TOO LATE TO CHANGE TEAMS?!?!?!?!? joking. #teamedingc #flashreviewbois
  33. 12 points
    Well, well, well...look what finally arrived. Christmas in July barely happened for me, but it did! Just like Tom's experience, the irons arrived safe and sound, packaged very neatly and secure. I immediately unboxed it all and found the hat, sticker, and personalized letter from Jason. As a folically challenged dude with a big noggin, I appreciate a good hat and this is a quality hat! INITIAL IMPRESSIONS!!!! Upon removing the irons from the grid, I was amazed at their beauty. The lines on these irons are perfect. They were a touch bigger than I expected, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. The squared toe, which I absolutely love by the way, helps with the appearance of the overall heel to toe length. I chose to go with because my hope was that it would reduce the appearance of the top line. As you can see in the pics, it's not noticeably thicker than the top line of a Srixon Z745. The sole is a touch wider, but only towards the toe. The heel side is actually a touch narrower. Offset to the naked eye is negligible compared to the Z745 as well. It's there, but I can live with it. Alright, enough of that, the pics can speak for themselves. What's an excited overgrown kid supposed to do when he get's a brand new set of toys? Go play of course, and that's what I did. I'll apologize in advance, but the battery on my phone died while driving to the course. I didn't realize it was nearly dead before leaving and I didn't get any pictures of these beasts in their natural habitat. Anyhow, that's out of the way. I arrived at the course and went through my normal stretching routine and warm-up. After warming up with some partial wedge shots, I took the PW out. First strike, OK, that sounds and feels different. These irons, throughout the set, have more audible noise than what I've been accustomed to with the Srixons. A well struck shot out of the middle on the 745s is a dull thud. Miss the center though and you get a nice crack. With these 699 Pros, there's definitely a more audible sound at contact. It's not bad by any means, but it's there. I can feel the contact a little more with these compared to shots off the middle of the 745s, but it's negligible. The biggest difference is the feel is still there with the 699 Pros. I could still easily tell when I hit it out of the middle or had the toe side miss that I typically see. Speaking of, that shot is not near as punishing as it is with my Srixon's, either the 745s or 965s. Anyhow, sound and feel aside, it didn't bother me in the least as the balls were just flying high and straight. I hit about 10 shots with the PW, 7i, and 5i, then said it's time to hit the course. I'll post the round below, but I'll tell you about the memorable shots with the new sticks. Hole 1...I opened with a snap hook drive that left me behind a pine tree with no way to get to the green in two. I took the 4 iron and hit a low punch that ran up to about 40 yards short, color me impressed. Hole 4 was where I noticed really started to notice some magic with these. It's a dog leg left hole that only requires a layup off the tee. I was left with 179 yards so I pulled the 7i out. Perfect strike, high draw, ball carried right on the number and released maybe 5'. Hole 9 is a dog-leg right par 5 that plays longer than it reads on the tee sheet. I smoked a cut drive down the right side and was left with 210 to center. I pulled the 5i again and what happened next was just amazing. Another perfect strike, high fade, flew slightly longer than center, but landed and only rolled out 6-7'!!!!! What, how does that happen?!?! Needless to say, I missed my eagle putt, but closed the 9 with a stress free birdie for an even 36. I have a parent/child tournament with my daughter tomorrow morning, and these will be in the bag. I'll try to snap some outdoor pics tomorrow, but from my limited time with the Sub 70 699 Pros today, I'm very impressed.
  34. 12 points
    ... I have ben playing quite a few practice rounds as well as regular rounds so I took advantage of the GolfDiscount.com sale of Srixon 6 pack of Z Star balls for $9.99 with free shipping over $99. Ordered 5 dozen Z Star for less than $100. Considering the Z Star was only one of four balls to receive the MGS Ball Test Excellent designation, it is a difficult deal to beat.
  35. 12 points
    I like to think of the parts of my golf game as pieces of the unattainable triangle (typically "quality, speed, price"), but in this case "driver, irons, putter." You can usually only have two! On days I drive the ball well, I probably won't putt well. On days I putt well, I bet I didn't strike my irons well. Etc. That's how you end up like me!
  36. 12 points
    #TeamCobraONE spent a very productive day at the golf course today! #cartpathonly #90%humidity #100degreesfeelsliketemps but worth every drop of sweat
  37. 12 points
    So mad at myself. I had a great round that I butchered on 4 holes. I am not complaining here because I actually had a god day just mad because the putting was all my fault. 43/39. I had MULTIPLE birdie chances today. Hole 2 I 3 putted from 10’. Tripled 3 and should have had a par on 4 but again....3 putted a 8’ putt. turned it around and had a fantastic last 5-9. It was extremely warm today and 10 I almost lost the club my hand was so slippery so broke out the towel. Bogey. Other than that was a clean card until 16 where I tripled. Wedges are starting to become unreliable right now. Not sure if it’s an adjustment I have made in my swing since I was fitted, not sure.... I had 10 greens and was crushing driver/3W and had multiple 280+ drives.
  38. 12 points
    I think I've finally turned the corner and playing to my full ability. Played league last night and shot 40 on the back which up until last week 45 was my best score. I missed 2 putts of 8-12 feet but made a bomb of one from 35 feet that broke 6 foot right. My irons are crisp, the drives are straight enough that I have confidence and my wedges are finally coming together. The last two rounds before that were all in the low 40s on the front which is normal. Now I'm even playing better on the back 9 which is the big challenge. Last year around this time I started to play better and better but I haven't played as much. Here's to seeing how low I can go.
  39. 12 points
    Those are some really good ideas. The 8 challenges are already set but I can guarantee you won't be disappointed. PS: The HRC formula came from the one we developed for this challenge.
  40. 12 points
    This is absolutely awesome. Sorry everyone else, @Headhammer won the week, no need to do anything else this week.
  41. 12 points
    My guess is he's crashed out and won't respond for a while...must have had to drink a TON of Red Bull and mail in the receipts to get that shout-out.
  42. 12 points
    If they make the 921 Tours in LH, I will sell my first born for a set. He's had a good two, almost three year run here at the house...he's gently used...mint condition.
  43. 12 points
    Finally, some sanity has been brought back to the thread. @edingc's clubs have petitioned for a new team name. #lumberjack
  44. 11 points
    Honestly playing 9 hole rounds kinda feels like I have a vanity cap when it combines them in the ghin app. I'm currently at a 7.7 because of my past few after work 9s have been decent scores, but it feels like if I had played 18, I probably would've had a chance to have a meltdown and the universe would've balanced itself. That said, I don't think anything has changed with me swing-wise nor have I made any substantial equipment changes. Swing wise I'm just trying to not move off the ball in my takeaway, simple thoughts. The only non-clubho thing I've done that might've had a significant change is playing lighter wedges (or at least they feel lighter overall). I have no idea if the Callaway wedges I was playing before were actually heavier overall, but the s300 shaft and I are not a match. My wedge shaft experiment was surprisingly successful, though I probably shouldn't be surprised because the principle behind it is something that most fitters commonly do -- a little heavier, a little softer. Mentally, I've come to accept that I'm not as bad a putter as I thought, my proximity to hole just sucks. Credit to @THEZIPR23 for that realization. At the same time, I'm not good enough to attack every pin so accepting the "play to the middle and 2-putt" strategy has probably saved me a stroke or two when I don't choke and 3-putt. Doesn't feel like I'm playing better really, just feels like I'm better at avoiding double bogey now. If that makes sense?
  45. 11 points
    So this week is shaping up well, @GB13 is shooting low scores and producing multiple burgers, @B.Boston producing bombs and great numbers, @edingc is turning into an Iron Byron with that driver, @daviddvm sounds like he has the one lengths working for him but i'm still trying to recover from that little tweet @Headhammer dropped on us like...
  46. 11 points
    Some people have great wedge play or superb iron striking, I am good at hitting the asphalt.
  47. 11 points
    Well........................ I just went from furloughed to laid off. 28 years down the drain.
  48. 11 points
    It was a fun day today. Since we sold our last boat we're getting to enjoy that new brand called OPB (other people's boats) ran up to the islands for the afternoon. After dinner my wife and I ran out to play 9. Great evening since I ended up with a 41. Interestingly , that was with the driver being off but fortunately I figured it out before the round was over. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  49. 11 points
    Congrats to MA's newest twosome LOL
  50. 11 points
    Broke 80 today shooting a 78! First time since February! Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
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