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  1. fwiw, I've seen the same thing with an increase in accuracy with heavier driver shaft but it did not translate to the fairway wood during testing. I attribute that to the fact I like my 3 wood to be able to play off the deck. Not sure it I would see the same with the three wood.
  2. Heard from a customer service rep, should be April.
  3. Still something I would pay for. Any idea when it opens?
  4. I’ve been pondering the same. The cavity is a bit smaller on the Queen Bee, or at least appears that way. I have noticed it impacts my distance control on longer putts as I tend to explore the putter face, YMMV.
  5. Anyone know what the toe hang is for the Ping B60? Ideally the Vault 2.0 model but any would help. Thanks in advance!
  6. I’m looking to do something similiar. Reach out to The Club Lab or Flinigan built putters. They can handle both the new engraving you are looking for and the refinish. Most shops I reached out to, including BOS are limited on the engraving side.
  7. I guess I meant to say both fit me well in terms of being able to put the ball online and distance. I haven't been able to note any substantial differences there. In theory the SOFT face tech will help with distance control but I haven't really seen it yet during playing with them at the store.
  8. Because why not ask the internet ! Looking at either the Cleveland HB Soft Premiere 11s or the Minuzo MCraft V. But match my specs with a heavier toe-hang putter. Cleveland offers the SOFT face tech while Mizuno offers the weight kit to dial in and adjust over time. I would give the very slight nod to feel to the Mizuno but splitting hairs. I think both look sharp, maybe pick the Mizuno if you put a gun to my head but could happily game either in the looks department. The Mizuno runs $120 more. (If Cleveland's custom shop was open and I could get my daughter's nickname stamped on the back that would be the tiebreaker.) Anyone with thoughts or insight into which way I should go? I'm one that tends to pick a club and stick with it so looking at a likely ten year horizon. Thanks in advance to helping push me off the fence!
  9. Always have wanted to, but my Ping iN ZB2 has too much junk in the trunk for that maneuver....
  10. I haven't officially switched into the CBX2 but will as soon as I get fitted for irons in a few weeks (coming from Vokeys). That said, I have extensively demoed the CBX2 outside for chipping and pitches and find the S shape sole to be great. The heel relief allows for opening the face a bit, yet the sole still offers plenty of love out of bunkers with width. I'm a big believer to the point that is has tested my patience to wait until my iron fitting in order to link up shaft choices as I want to get them in my bag.... Since I'm not coming from the old CBX, I can't fully speak to a direct comparison but hope that helps a bit.
  11. The vokey vs the T300 SW will also allow you to play with different types of shots with each and see how the bounce/grinds work for you. That’s what ultimately sold me on the CBX2. The grind on the CBX2 gave me more comfort to open or close the face, lob it high or hit a low runner, compared to the ES21. I found the sole too much for the ES21 for me but it might fit you, your course, etc.
  12. Would love to roll that. What a thing of beauty!
  13. I have similar specs (+1 and 2 up). When I got a 58 deg LW in the same specs it didn’t agree with me much, although the 54 deg SW I got along great with. I attributed that to the 54 being the last club I really used a full swing for. I struggled with any consistency with the touch pitches and chips with the 58. It felt like I struggled to manipulate the club face around the green and ultimately went back to my old 60 deg that I bought stock. It may have just been comfort level with the old specs but that was my experience. I’ve read that some folks prefer wedges to play a little flatter. Your mileage may vary. If it was me, I’d wait till the SW comes in. If it feels good on the touch shots, chips, etc. I would match specs and try to match shaft, or at least get close in weight, erring slightly heavier if needed. If the you were fit for the T300s to help with inconsistent ball striking, take a look at the Cleveland CBX2s, the Mizuno ES21s or the Callaway Mack Daddy CB. I used to only play Vokeys, which are great when you hit it pure, but as I’m not fortunate to get out as much as I’d like, the added help of those types of wedges have been a game changer. Let us know what you end up going with!
  14. Ping iN Zb2, circa 2009; although as I dove into golf equipment forums during Covid, coupled with a growing tendency to drift outside on the takeaway, we may have to sleep in separate beds this spring if I bring a shiny new partner home
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