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JDillon

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  1. I really love my Srixon 785 irons which are a good blend of feel, workability, forgiveness. The V-sole works so well for me, because I get a little steep some times. The newer version is the Z7 and I bet they will perform equally well. The NS Pro Modus 120 Stiff Nippon shaft is ideal for my swing (60 year old, current 7 handicapper). I played DG S300 forever, but the Nippon gives me much better dispersion. If I could not get Srixons, I would buy MIzuno, since they make great clubs too and I'd recommend using their shaft optimizer tool to get started. Beware of club manufacturers th
  2. John/Nashville, TN Driver swing speed is 90 to 95 mph Currently playing a Titleist TSi3 9 degrees, TENSEI AV RAW White 65 Stiff (66 grams) standard loft and lie. I have played the NS Pro MODUS3 Tour 120 stiff shafts for 4 years and love them! These are for sure the best shafts for me. ( I had played S300 for most of my life.) Current irons are Srixon Z 785. I'd love to test the Regio shaft if they perform like the Modus 120s. The shafts that I use in my Ping G410 fairway woods is the KBS Wood Category 3 flex, and they are very compatible with my iron shafts (T
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