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  1. I agree and liked your comment, then saw your signature and the irons you are currently playing
  2. I know it was sort of answered in the actual article's comments, but it just seems odd to me that the TSr3 and TSr4 both beat out the TSr2 in terms of accuracy and forgiveness. If the TSr2 is the least forgiving, why even buy it? I guess I should wait for the swing speed breakdown, if that ever comes out.
  3. My CC experience: I went on 1/8/22 and had an iron fitting. I had a few in mind. I'm a 1 handicap and the guy was pretty good. He was knowledgeable but definitely your typical salesman. He's gotta make money so I get it. I ended up with Mizuno Pro 223 with Project X LZ 6.0. He got the quote and it was like $2800. I questioned it of course and it had SST puring, aftermarket shaft upgrade price and grip price. After removing the SST Puring and the shaft upcharge, which I had to remind HIM that Mizuno doesn't charge for shafts, the price was more reasonable and I pulled the trigger. Bout a week later I realized I still got charged for the grips. I let him know and they refunded me the cost, no biggy. It was annoying that I had to tell him, but what if a customer isn't as informed as me? Just comes off as slimy. Now on to the worst part. I realize this is t their issue, but Mizuno had a malware attack that delayed the order about a month. They also had 223 head production issues which delayed it another week or so. They shipped from Mizuno and arrived at the CC HQ on 3/29/2022. Once I got confirmation from Mizuno that they arrived at CC, I contacted CC and they told me that they hadn't been "received" yet. They claim that they get 300-600 boxes per day and it can take a week to actually check in all these shipments. It is now 10 days later and I had to contact them AGAIN and now they claim that their build shop is relocating, delaying the order yet again and they anticipate the clubs to be "received and checked in on 4/19" It's truly unbelievable to me that it would take nearly a month just to open a box. I will not be ordering clubs from CC again.
  4. I just had my first 9 holes with the R1 today... Coming from Arccos the last 2 years, I was happy with how the R1 performed. Connection to my phone stayed up the whole time (Samsung Galaxy S21) and phone battery didn't drain at all. The app is fine, but I'm honestly not looking at my phone at all during the round which is why I am no longer on the Arccos platform. Which brings me to my one gripe... The R1 and the app had a hard time switching holes automatically. Arccos definitely did not have this problem, it always changed holes automatically. 7 out of the 9 holes I had to open my phone and manually switch holes. This is very unfortunate and hope it works itself out.
  5. It is well passed March 12th and these are nowhere to be found. What's the deal?
  6. First name - Tom Luley City & State - New Hartford, NY Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds - Yes, I walk about 90% of my rounds Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one - Yes, I use a Clicgear 3.5
  7. Tom Luley, New Hartford, NY I don't really. Our local golf some charges per 30 mins and now that includes putting time. Used to be able to putt all you want. Living in Upstate NY, it's tough not being able to putt other than a carpet at home Only putting mats/artificial greens I've putted on are are the local golf dome. Medium speed
  8. Tom L, New Hartford, NY USA Odyssey 7 Tank Microhinge Tyne 3 because it has a similar look to the 7 just interested in a different feel than the microhinge
  9. Thanks for the welcome! Been lurking for awhile, figured I'd finally jump in. I'd have to look at previous years numbers and the next few quarters. I guess I'm the extreme minority, as well as my group because I'm not kidding when I say nobody that I know plays Chrome Softs. I mean even hawking for balls I rarely find them. This year I can honestly say I've found more Snell's than Chrome Softs. Maybe people who play Snells suck? (I'm currently playing them)
  10. I dont think Chromesofts are going to be selling well...or better than they already are. They had the issue with quality control before, but even before that I dont think I knew/know a single person who chooses to play Chrome Soft. Among the big names, they are going to get beat out by Titleist are their well know multi million dollar quality control process...and now with the direct to consumer balls really starting to take off and charging sometimes half the cost, I dont see a space for them unless you are a Callaway fan boy. Really curious to see the labs hit up the direct to consumer balls to see how they stack up against the big names in terms of quality.
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