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Tall_one50

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  1. If a new driver is what you're set on I definitely recommend getting fit for one to best match your swing but if you're interested I've been tossing the idea around of selling my m6 for $230 or so.
  2. Hello all, I'm new to the forum but pumped to be apart of it! Let's get it! How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? About twice a year (fathers day and dads birthday) since 9th grade , so about 12-13 years now up until this year. I've played maybe 20 rounds and I've really (finally) had the time and financial means to invest in the sport. At this point addiction isn't out of the question. Unfortunately I've horribly inconsistent. I've shot an 83 and 114 in the same week. What do you love about golf? Ahhh where to begin.. to list a few , I love t
  3. I bought the maverick irons about 2 months ago and personally I think they are a good fit, they are consistent and they feel good on your hands at impact, however I typically have a right to left(slight draw) on my shots(previous irons) and the bigger offset on these seems to really exaggerate that into a hook. I did try the ping g425 irons today and it's back to that beautiful shot shape I was looking for. Mavericks did seem to be pretty consistent but didn't mix well with the other clubs in my bag. Hope this helps!
  4. New the forum, but I'm gaming 6 brands: Taylormade driver Ping 3 wood Nike 5 wood Mavrik irons(as of late but I don't think they are a good fit for me and may be selling soon for ping irons) it's hard finding a knowledgeable fitter. Cleveland rtx4 wedges(love these) And most recent addition is a Newport 2 Titleist bag
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