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mattschaefer16

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  1. I guess this is the point we will all agree on LOL. Really that's all I want to be able to use it for. Blessings to you both and have a wonderful season! @storm319@blackngold_blood
  2. His existing driver is a 1998 Callaway Big Bertha War Bird that her bought used off the rack, not fitted. MGS INCLUDES the CGs with the movable weights in various positions (ex. Epic Flash in Draw, Neutral, or Fade). As far as hot melt of course it doesn't include hot melt, it gives you a baseline to get an idea where you're starting from. As far as mfg. tolerances yeah it's not perfect. But neither are the Most Wanted Driver/Iron tests. They don't tell you whether one of the testers had a pronounced outside in swing or inside out, so you can see how the tester that is closes
  3. Ok I re-read it, it does measurement tolerances. And while it's true that there will also be manufacturing tolerances, to say the report is "useless" is, I think, extreme. Sure, like you said loft for example will change things, but having a baseline to start with is extremely useful. For example I'm shopping for a used driver for my dad (can't afford new), and without a shop having every driver from the last 5 years to go through and test, since I know his swing and his flight tendencies, having the CG and MOI reports from MGS gives me a good idea of what may be more likely to work
  4. The tolerances are why the dots are larger, to account for the variability from head to head.
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