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    ZackS reacted to Bucky CC in Edel Array Putters . 2024 Forum Review   
    Was able to set up my indoor putting studio tonight and give the new Array F-2 a thorough test.  I mentioned this in a previous post a few pages back, but I bought a 6'x20' roll of carpet from my local home improvement store.  It measures about a 10 or 11 on a makeshift stimpmeter.



    I set up a 9 hole game with putts starting at two feet going all the way up to 18 feet (even numbers only).  I then randomized the distance through the Stack putting app.  Here was my first attempt at the course with my new F-2.  Pretty solid on shorter putts, but terrible from 10'+.



    Overall I ran through the course 7 times with each putter for a total of 144 putts hit.  The gamer definitely has the advantage this early in the test.  I struggled to make a smooth stroke with the Array on any type of distance putt.


     I have a tee time set for 3:15pm tomorrow to hopefully take things outdoors.  Forecast calls for an 80% chance of rain though so we may have to head back to the garage for round 2 of indoor testing.
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    ZackS reacted to Hoyoymac in TPT Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    Heading to Phoenix to see my Mother and play some golf.
    My brother is also coming out at the end of the week because his middle daughter is moving there.  My sister and her daughter live there too.
    Haven’t seen my Mom in a few years.  Will get to see my new grand niece and grand nephew as well.
    Short layover in Dallas due to my flight from Savannah being delayed.  Luckily the next flight was just a couple of gates down. Quick bathroom break and grabbed a brisket sandwich combo meal and will eat it on the plane.
    Hoping my golf clubs make it.
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    ZackS got a reaction from Shrek74 in TPT Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    I was able to get a quick 9 in after work. I was a little all over and ended up shooting 4 over.

    Hole 1 -  driver pulled a little into the left rough
    Hole 2 -  driver, came out the swing a bit but despite that still hit just in the right rough about 280. Second shot into the par 5 the ball was about a foot and a half above my feet. Chocked all the way down on my hybrid and some how it it dead straight. The problem being I was aiming right expecting it to go left off that lie and ended up landing on the cart path which sent my ball into the river behind the green. 
     
    Hole 3 - Driver on a drivable par 4 if I hit one really good. But after 1 left and 1 right I went full Tin Cup and got into my head and almost toped it 🤣. 
     
    Hole 5 - Driver again and was able to get out of my head and just swing and hit it 350 right down the middle. 
     
    Hole 6 - is a short par 4, dog leg right is even shorter as the back tee boxes have fell into the river. Tried to hit a hight hard cut with my hybrid. I hit the correct shape but quite a bit right. I wasn’t able to convince myself to start it left enough as at the green you have 5 yards at most to the left and behind before you are in the river. So not only if I didn’t cut it but if I just hit normal full length it would be in the river. To be honest if I wasn’t testing I would probably have got down a club to know that normal length would be just short and trying to see if I could stretch it out and roll it on. 
     
    Hole 8 - Tight par 4 with OB on both sides. Pulled 5 wood and trying to keep it low out of the wind and hit it a little thin so stayed really low. It went right on the start line but with how low I hit it ended up catching a fairway bunker that sticks out and got stuck in the lip. 
     
    Hole 9 - another hard tee shot that driver it to much and can roll into the water through the fairway and it also dog legs around water to the left. I pulled my 5 wood left of were I was aiming but I thought it was still okay but turns out it either caught the water on the left or rolled through into the water past the fairway as that part is dead and hard pan right now. 
     
    Not a great day but I can blame the shafts. Especially not for my mental errors. I am still really enjoying them and thinking back on the miss hit drivers the dispersion really was pretty good for what I felt the swing was and no shaft can fix it I just put a bad swing on it. 
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    ZackS reacted to BobBC78 in Argolf Putter and Wedge Reviews   
    I have had the Pendragon XL for one week as of today and really like the way it works. While this review is intended to be primarily of the putter itself, it can't help including the technique which is quite different than that for conventional putting.
    A couple of points which were clear from my research were (i) mastering the technique and distance control can take some time and (ii) fit is critical. Regarding the second point, several days practicing with this putter at the 46" length for which @GolfSpy_BEN was fit, I came to the conclusion that it was too long for me based on how I felt most comfortable addressing the ball and so I have shortened it to 44".  It was not so much that I couldn't get the putter to work at 46", but that given the way I naturally stood with the putter, it felt awkward at 46" and the end of the grip sat close enough to my sternum that inadvertently anchoring it was a real possibility. 
    The start line control is so good that I have moved the gate to 18" in front of the ball (from 12") which in one of his YT videos, Phil Kenyon suggests represents a 0.5* error. I was able to get 9/10 through the gate without hitting the side. 
     

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    ZackS reacted to Indy_Oz in What Have You Bought Lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)   
    Oops, how did that happen...🤷‍♂️🤣🤣
    Odyssey Toulon Design Memphis putter. A few years old but in great condition and feels nice rolling the ball on the indoor putting mat. I've tried a few mallet putters in this shape and really liked the alignment and strike feel when I tried this and the more recent version of the Memphis. Got it for a great price, so if it doesn't work out after some initial testing I shouldn't lose much $$ on resale.




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    ZackS reacted to ChiefMikeOfficer in Terra Forza Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    Alright, now on to the real fitting experience. First, a big thanks to @GolfSpy_BNG for coordinating – I wasn’t even going to sign up for this one until I saw that he was getting the equipment and was much closer than the official fitting locations (closest was ~8 hours, or a flight) – even at 5 hours, it made for a long day, but I feel like MGS and the forum have done a lot of good things for me, and traveling for a day for a test is one way to reciprocate (yes yes, I do get the shaft in the end, which is always a great perk, but a good reminder to those that want to test: don’t expect it to be an easy score of an item).
    Also thanks to Algona Golf Ranch for allowing us to use the space. Mark described it perfectly when giving me directions: it’s off the beaten path, but an impressive setup. It’s a really cool little space on one of those gravel roads. I only got to explore a small part of it, but it seems super cool (see weather post – would have liked to use the outdoor facilities or stick around to do a few more things, but it was best to hightail it out of there).
    My best, short description of the fitting: it was a long way to go for an 8-swing fitting, but I think they may be onto something. If they can make the process more accessible and extend the shaft offerings further, it might even be groundbreaking.
    When I heard about this test opportunity, I knew nothing about Terra Forza (I’m a bit of a club/shaft junkie too – have played around with some of the smaller brands, but I guess I’m not deep enough into things to know this group). The fitting process seemed intriguing, but also fishy – ground forces determine what shaft you need, but also it’s one of these 5 shafts? I poked around their site, and made a guess – if I were to buy an “off the rack” shaft from Terra Forza based on specs, I decided I’d likely go with the Red, but I’d consider the Yellow. That just seems the logical choice, just like some of the other shafts on the market – like for my Graphite Design, I can review the specs and make a reasonable decision on which Tour AD model+weight+flex I should choose. The whole point of a fitting is to eliminate those questions and get to the best of the lot, right?
    Because of weather, we ended up indoors, in this space:


     I actually like indoor fittings because I can use my own balls. Of course, I forgot to stock my bag with the typical gamer and only had me “spring scraps”, which were still new and competitive balls (see my “how long do you use a ball?” responses?) – once we started with the fitting process, I used a TP5x for every shot (warmed up with that plus a Vice Pro Plus). For other fittings, the ball is a factor; for this one, unless they actually use the “after” stats in the final decision, it’s not a factor, but it’s nice to see real numbers and remove potential inconsistencies. I also used the Qi10 LS - my current gamer that I've used for a total of 18 holes (in warmups, my fitted Stealth+ just didn't stand up to it).
    Initial steps of the fitting saw a few challenges. The fitting system was having trouble picking up the ball – after some troubleshooting, we found it’s because the overhead lighting on the sim was too bright (or at least that’s what it seemed). Then, once we adjusted for lighting, the first swing got a “whoa, that’s not what I expected” response (not sure if it was the machine that misfired or if I just had a bigtime old-man swing – no offense to the older guys 🤣). I also had some fun struggles with placing the ball correctly (seriously, try establishing your foot position, then walk up and put the tee in the right place – it’s surprisingly hard). But, the rest of it went well, and we got to some potential outcomes.
    From the output, it looks like it’s between the Yellow+ (Yellow, but tipped an inch) and the Red – so, I was pretty close, but also didn’t know that Yellow+ was an option. Even if I did, not sure I would’ve landed there on my own – a few years back I grabbed a TS (between S and X) instead of an X, and kinda regretted it (but maybe the shaft itself just didn’t work for me – the TS certainly didn’t). But, Mark is sending the data off to Terra Forza and they are going to make the final call. A couple shots from the analysis (don’t know what any of these numbers mean, but the pictures seem…straightforward? Weight is forward, toe of back foot, heel of front foot?):



    Then, the fun part – we get to try them. Mark had all of the options (note I did not try the Green – we threw that one out). We started with the Yellow+. First swing impression…it feels lighter than my typical gamer. Or maybe softer. Or maybe some combination. And what do I do with lighter/softer shafts? I pick up a hooker. And that’s exactly what showed on the screen. Because of the feel, I actually went back and adjusted the weights on the driver toward the toe – it helped, but still going left.
    Next we went with the Yellow – same shaft, but not tipped. Hooks.
    Then Red. First one, Hook? We’ll call it a Draw, just a bit left of target.
    But…there was something very notable. For one, Mark mentioned this sim tends to exaggerate the left-spin. But also, there was an odd level of consistency. The dispersion was tight. Now I’m not going to pretend my warmup session had all pure shots (or any session of mine, for that matter), so I made a couple adjustments myself – first the weight toward the toe, then also weakened my grip a bit. Which led to…Bombs. The end of the Red set and the following Yellow+ (decided to try it again after hitting the Red so well) were both spectacular. Spin is comparable to my initial set with my gamer. Distance is also comparable, maybe squeaking a few extra yards out of the Terra Forza (unfortunately didn’t take pics of the before numbers…).
    This is gonna be confusing, but Red is TF Yellow+ set 1, Cyan is TF Yellow+ set 2 (after all adjustments), Yellow is TF Yellow, and Blue is TF Red.


    The Cyan set is ridiculous – “spin is a little high” is the feedback I’d get from my old GolfTEC coach (he wants 2200-2300), but come on… even my current gamer is in the same spin territory.

     
    I'm very interested to see what the final shaft choice is, and am excited to bring it onto the course. I'm not sold yet...but it seems like there's something good here, and hopefully it helps my game this year. 
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    ZackS got a reaction from William P in TaylorMade TP5/TP5X Golf Balls! - 2024 Forum Review   
    I could see how the firmer ball would have more durability issues on the cover with the harder back board behind the cover would cause a little more compression on the cover layer itself. I am not one of the testers but have been using the new TP5 and haven’t seen durability issues so far. I saw more issues with the Chrome Tour X when I tried it. Keep up the good work, I have enjoyed following along so far. 
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    ZackS reacted to MrBandit in Terra Forza Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    During the Fitting yesterday.. Colin did mention a couple of items of interest.

    1. There is a new a Blue shaft coming out soon, this is supposed to be in between the White and Orange.
    2. PGA Player - Collin Morikawa - is schedule to get fit in the next week or so. This could be interesting to see this shaft on the PGA in the near future.
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    ZackS reacted to frazzman80 in Haywood CB/MB Irons - 2024 Forum Review   
    Following up on the sole question from @GolfSpy_APH - I got in the round at the dryest, hard-panniest course yesterday and was very pleased with the turf interaction on the dry course. Aside from the cloud of dust with each strike, the soles didn't bounce off the hardpan at all. It was the same quick interaction with the ground and each shot left a nice clean divot. I even left small, shallow divots when the ground was has hard as a rock. 
    So in my mind, compared to my Callaways, in very dry conditions, I didn't have the club skip into the ball or any worries about thin shots. On the day I played after the rain, compared to my Callaways, I didn't have any fat "mud-filled club" shots. I like the sharp thin soles and it feels like the bounce is working for me.
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    ZackS got a reaction from Wib081 in TaylorMade TP5/TP5X Golf Balls! - 2024 Forum Review   
    I could see how the firmer ball would have more durability issues on the cover with the harder back board behind the cover would cause a little more compression on the cover layer itself. I am not one of the testers but have been using the new TP5 and haven’t seen durability issues so far. I saw more issues with the Chrome Tour X when I tried it. Keep up the good work, I have enjoyed following along so far. 
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    ZackS reacted to Bucky CC in Edel Array Putters . 2024 Forum Review   
    It has finally arrived!  I'll have more thoughts later, but first impressions are pretty strong.  The putter has a very clean look.







    And yes, I had to test if it could pick up a ball.  Struggled to grab it up by sweeping the ball, but it sticks well if you push down on the ball from above.


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    ZackS reacted to TSauer in Edel Array Putters . 2024 Forum Review   
    Glad it finally showed up for ya... it looks so good! I didn't realize just how big the Odyssey 7 is. The F2 looks very similar to the PXG Bat Attack.
    Can't wait to hear more of your thoughts on it.
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    ZackS reacted to Bucky CC in Edel Array Putters . 2024 Forum Review   
    Since I couldn't go in for a fitting I picked it based on my current White Hot OG #7 putter.  I've hit less than 100 putts with the Array, but so far I prefer the Odyssey alignment.  I like having the dots closer to the face and not set back like the Array insert.


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    ZackS reacted to CFreddie in Edel Array Putters . 2024 Forum Review   
    Thank you - will go back and review!
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    ZackS reacted to GolfSpy AFG in Edel Array Putters . 2024 Forum Review   
    The 3 dot Is the alignment plate Edel recommends to help offset a left aim bias, which I demonstrated in the fitting.
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    ZackS reacted to cburins in What equipment are you thinking about?   
    Thinking of getting a new 3 wood. Its the only club I cant hit in my bag. I have a Taylormade Stealth with 15 degree loft and stiff shaft. When I first tried it out it seemed to work fine but recently Ive just lost the consistency. I have been changing my swing throughout the off season so maybe thats it? Was thinking I might need a different loft. Has anyone else had this issue and does anyone have any recommendations? Thanks! 
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    ZackS reacted to MissionMan in TaylorMade TP5/TP5X Golf Balls! - 2024 Forum Review   
    Okay, some torture tests with the wedge. 10 shots with a 48 degree in the nets. Mats at our club are a little hard so couldn't go to heavy on them or I'll break my wrists.
    The Titleist and Srixon seemed to do better than the others. The TP5 and Callaway not as well.
    In my view, it seems like a close race between the Titleist and the Sirxon, Callaway 3rd and Taylormade TP5 in 4th place. 
    This supports Ronnie's view about the Taylormade's wedge performance. 
    TP5
    Callaway
    Srixon Z Star
    Titleist Pro V1
     
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    ZackS reacted to Cfhandyman in What Brands/Products Do You Want To See for Member Testing 2024?   
    I have to sincerely applaud and congratulate Jamie and the Forum staff for the superb job you have done.  You didn't just hit a homerun, you hit a grand slam in the bottom of the ninth this year with all the wonderful testing opportunities.  That doesn't come by chance.  It comes from a lot of planning, hard work, diligence, follow up and vastly increased social media exposure.  What I really liked is how you've increased your reach by not only featuring the major companies, but also a lot of little ones as well as unique products.  So guys, stand up take a bow.  Very well deserved and thank you.
      Just don't do this 
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    ZackS got a reaction from GolfSpy_BNG in TPT Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    I was able to get a quick 9 in after work. I was a little all over and ended up shooting 4 over.

    Hole 1 -  driver pulled a little into the left rough
    Hole 2 -  driver, came out the swing a bit but despite that still hit just in the right rough about 280. Second shot into the par 5 the ball was about a foot and a half above my feet. Chocked all the way down on my hybrid and some how it it dead straight. The problem being I was aiming right expecting it to go left off that lie and ended up landing on the cart path which sent my ball into the river behind the green. 
     
    Hole 3 - Driver on a drivable par 4 if I hit one really good. But after 1 left and 1 right I went full Tin Cup and got into my head and almost toped it 🤣. 
     
    Hole 5 - Driver again and was able to get out of my head and just swing and hit it 350 right down the middle. 
     
    Hole 6 - is a short par 4, dog leg right is even shorter as the back tee boxes have fell into the river. Tried to hit a hight hard cut with my hybrid. I hit the correct shape but quite a bit right. I wasn’t able to convince myself to start it left enough as at the green you have 5 yards at most to the left and behind before you are in the river. So not only if I didn’t cut it but if I just hit normal full length it would be in the river. To be honest if I wasn’t testing I would probably have got down a club to know that normal length would be just short and trying to see if I could stretch it out and roll it on. 
     
    Hole 8 - Tight par 4 with OB on both sides. Pulled 5 wood and trying to keep it low out of the wind and hit it a little thin so stayed really low. It went right on the start line but with how low I hit it ended up catching a fairway bunker that sticks out and got stuck in the lip. 
     
    Hole 9 - another hard tee shot that driver it to much and can roll into the water through the fairway and it also dog legs around water to the left. I pulled my 5 wood left of were I was aiming but I thought it was still okay but turns out it either caught the water on the left or rolled through into the water past the fairway as that part is dead and hard pan right now. 
     
    Not a great day but I can blame the shafts. Especially not for my mental errors. I am still really enjoying them and thinking back on the miss hit drivers the dispersion really was pretty good for what I felt the swing was and no shaft can fix it I just put a bad swing on it. 
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    ZackS got a reaction from GolfSpy_KFT in TPT Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    I would definitely be up for that. 
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    ZackS got a reaction from GolfSpy_KFT in TPT Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    The Fitting:
    The fitting started with talking with Jon and typical misses and that despite my recent trend being a left miss that my normal longer term miss is right. He also asked which shape I would prefer. My shot with the current shaft were inline with what I have been doing which has been a pull draw with occasional pull hook or over correction push. We then bounced around between 17Lo, 16Lo, 16Hi, and 15Hi in the Nitro range hitting a few then swapping and circling back to previous to verify results. He even through in the Ping G430 10K head at one point. Things where very close between the 15Hi and 16Hi. I had my fastest ball speed on any swing at 170 mph with the 16Hi but when going back and fourth between shafts the Nitro 15Hi was more consistent and still averaged 167 ball speed. Here are some screenshots from the Trackman report.
     
    Dispersion chart with all to see how it moved around with different shafts:

    Current Shaft:

    Fitted Shaft:

    Driver Dispersion of current and fitted:
    (Note: Green is current, red and purple are both the fitted with different wight position)

    Also one note I got from Jon over and over especially with the driver was he kept telling me to give him everything I got and stop guiding it. He also noted that he thinks I will continue to raise my ball speed as confidence grows with it. 
     
    Next as we where getting into the 5 wood we started talking about gaping which lead him to have me hit both my 4 hybrid and 4 iron to get distances. We found that my carry with 4 iron was 218, 4 hybrid was 225 and 5 wood was 251. This lead him to move to the 4 hybrid fit next instead of 5 wood with the goal of 240 carry. We tried both 15Lo and 14Lo and moved the loft sleeve down 1.5 degrees. He then added a half inch of length to the shaft in the 15Lo and got 238 carry.
    Current Hybrid:

    Fitted Hybrid: (Note he mislabeled the shaft the first time so this is split into 2)

    Hybrid Dispersion: (Note he mislabeled the shaft the first time so this is split into 2)

    At this point having got to know me and looking for 260 he gave me a 15Lo and first swing was 259.2 carry. I hit 5 shots total with the carry average being 259.2 with the longest being 265 when I hooked it and 250 when trying to hit a high cut which is exactly what I am looking for. A note on the 5 wood is I still was favoring a pull with it but Jon is having TPT send him the shafts directly so he can build them and it going to put the flat Callaway adapter in it as he says TPT cannot get these adapters themselves. He also slid one on a shaft really quick so I could address it and make sure it looks good and not to flat. I also play my 5 wood at 42 inches and was having to choke down a bit on the test shafts so in this process he is also going to tip the shaft a half inch.
    5 Wood Comparison: (note: blue current and green fitted)

    5 Wood dispersion: 

     
    Fitting TLDR: The fitting was through hitting some shafts multiple times to confirm result. Even got into gapping which had us increase both 4 hybrid and 5 wood carry distances. Final fitted shafts, Driver = Nitro 15Hi, 5 wood = Power 15Lo, 4 hybrid = Power 15Lo.
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    ZackS got a reaction from GolfSpy_KFT in TPT Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    I had so much fun in the fitting and getting to meet @Hoyoymac @William P @RoverRick in person. Very happy with the fitting and so excited to get the shafts, but more on that later. Unfortunately my plan to video the fitting to put together backfired as it stopped on my 5 minutes in so really only got the swings with my shaft before going to sleep and didn't realize until the driver portion was pretty much over. At that point I was not going to take Jon out of his process while I figured it out. But I did get the trackman report so I will do a right up with that. Here is a quick video of one of my swings to see the environment.  

    IMG_2708 2-2.mov    
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    ZackS got a reaction from IndyBonzo in TPT Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    I also got a surprise text from Jon today. Wish I could say I was going to hit them like @RoverRick but will get some time with them this weekend for sure.
     
    Snapped this really quick before going back to work. Will get some better pictures soon. 
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    ZackS got a reaction from GolfSpy_KFT in TPT Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    To follow up on the quick trackman session I did yesterday. As I stated before the overall numbers are pretty similar for me but the dispersion with the TPT shaft in the driver and 5 wood were both better. 
    Here is the 5 wood dispersion (TPT is violet)

    Here is driver dispersoin (TPT is purple)

    At the very end since I had a few minutes I decided to circle back to the TPT shaft and hit 6 more shots swinging harder. Not that I was swinging easy on the others. I have been trying to got at it a little more after Jon in the fitting kept telling me to stop guiding it. For reference swing speed then was around 107 mph. The swings above are all average right at 110 mph and the 6 swings below with the TPT average 112 mph. 

    As you can see above even swinging harder the dispersion with the TPT was still tighter then the others. Even with 2 of them being decent miss hits. 
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    ZackS got a reaction from RoverRick in TPT Golf Shafts - 2024 Forum Review   
    I was able to get a quick 9 in after work. I was a little all over and ended up shooting 4 over.

    Hole 1 -  driver pulled a little into the left rough
    Hole 2 -  driver, came out the swing a bit but despite that still hit just in the right rough about 280. Second shot into the par 5 the ball was about a foot and a half above my feet. Chocked all the way down on my hybrid and some how it it dead straight. The problem being I was aiming right expecting it to go left off that lie and ended up landing on the cart path which sent my ball into the river behind the green. 
     
    Hole 3 - Driver on a drivable par 4 if I hit one really good. But after 1 left and 1 right I went full Tin Cup and got into my head and almost toped it 🤣. 
     
    Hole 5 - Driver again and was able to get out of my head and just swing and hit it 350 right down the middle. 
     
    Hole 6 - is a short par 4, dog leg right is even shorter as the back tee boxes have fell into the river. Tried to hit a hight hard cut with my hybrid. I hit the correct shape but quite a bit right. I wasn’t able to convince myself to start it left enough as at the green you have 5 yards at most to the left and behind before you are in the river. So not only if I didn’t cut it but if I just hit normal full length it would be in the river. To be honest if I wasn’t testing I would probably have got down a club to know that normal length would be just short and trying to see if I could stretch it out and roll it on. 
     
    Hole 8 - Tight par 4 with OB on both sides. Pulled 5 wood and trying to keep it low out of the wind and hit it a little thin so stayed really low. It went right on the start line but with how low I hit it ended up catching a fairway bunker that sticks out and got stuck in the lip. 
     
    Hole 9 - another hard tee shot that driver it to much and can roll into the water through the fairway and it also dog legs around water to the left. I pulled my 5 wood left of were I was aiming but I thought it was still okay but turns out it either caught the water on the left or rolled through into the water past the fairway as that part is dead and hard pan right now. 
     
    Not a great day but I can blame the shafts. Especially not for my mental errors. I am still really enjoying them and thinking back on the miss hit drivers the dispersion really was pretty good for what I felt the swing was and no shaft can fix it I just put a bad swing on it. 
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