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  1. I'd be surprised if "VSS" was anything different than the old sensicore inserts but just a new marketing name.
  2. Hey thanks for the interest but these were sold quite a while ago. I guess I didn't indicate that, sorry about that.
  3. Super excited! Haven't played a Maxfli ball since the original Revolution came out way back in the day.
  4. Rob - NC Driver swing speed - 104-108mph Srixon Zstar XV Maxfli Tour
  5. I actually like the look at address of the Odyssey more than the TM. Everyone expects all putter companies to have an Anser style putter in their lineup so why should we not expect companies to have different, more modern shapes like the Spider style in their lineup? Odyssey isn't alone in this... @westonmaughangolf via Instagram:
  6. This is the most confusing and contradictory driver and article (on the main blog site) I’ve read in quite a while. Everything about the design of this club contradicts itself. First it says that tour pros want to shape the golf ball which, as a whole, isn’t true these days. They want to eliminate one side of the course and hit it as high, far and straight as they can. No pro is carving their driver around corners anymore, they are going OVER the corners. Then the article says Cleveland says this driver isn’t designed for low handicap players with a tour level swing but states that only the faster swings will see any advantage to the aerodynamics on the crown. Why make a driver designed for regular person swings with aerodynamics on the crown that only work for faster swings? They essentially informs us they are unnecessary for anyone that should fit into this club and are only for marketing purposes. Then they say it’s got less left bias with the internal weighting than the previous Launcher HB but then shut the face more so that it’s very closed and say that only people that hit the ball right should use it? WTF? I was really disappointed when I finally saw the full description of this club. Why wouldn’t they have made a square face version that someone with a higher swing speed could use that would just be a high launch, low spin bomber and then have the Draw version with a closed face to satisfy those golfers with more normal swing speeds and have a tendency to hit it with a slice?
  7. I currently play some Titleist 716 T-MB irons that I've not had any problems with in terms of performance but always thought they felt a little bit harsh, especially on a mishit or a thin shot when I'm getting warmed up. I never actually realized how HARD they felt until I recently played a demo set of some Ping i210 irons. Of course everything is relative but compared to the Ping irons my T-MB's now feel like I'm hitting rocks instead of golf balls. Regular tour balls on the course are ok but range balls are now brutal feeling and I even installed pro soft inserts when I regripped the Titleist irons. The Pings were so soft and buttery and the feel became very addicting. I also notice my hands didn't hurt as much after a long practice session. I'm somewhat torn now because I really like the T-MB's in the way they play but the harsh feeling is too hard to ignore, especially with the colder months coming soon.
  8. Rob - NC 1.5 HCDP Titleist 716 T-MB 7iron - 162
  9. I just picked up another Yes putter for a project build. I'm converting a Yes Donna wideback putter from a double bend, face balanced to a knuckhead style hosel that will give it some toe hang. Looking forward to rolling this thing! From this: To This:
  10. Rob - NC I rotate putters more than clean shirts but I'm using a Ping Bruzer at the moment. HDCP: 1.5
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  12. I tried out the Maxfli Tour golf balls based on the report since they looked similar in stats to the Srixon XV I've been playing for years but had a softer compression rating. So far I've had ZERO complaints about these balls. They are doing everything I need them to do out on the course and equal anything I've ever tried. I wish they made them in a gloss yellow but I'm so happy with them I'm not too worried. I really have never even looked at a Maxfli ball since the Revolution back in the 90's. Picked them up for $25 a dozen too which was just icing on the delicious cake.
  13. Wow, not sure how I feel upon seeing these. I sort of like the angular look and the cavity but don't like the dual row of screws. Wonder what foundry or other company they got this design from?
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