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About gregh729

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  1. I had posted this in the wrong thread (G410 driver thread) My G410 irons FINALLY came yesterday and I got them on the course this morning. I ordered them on June 16, received August 25. The pandemic has really messed up orders. Stock AWT shafts, stiff. +3/4 in, green dot. I got away with murder on a few swings. No way any of those shots should have been anywhere near the green, but all three were on. Forgiveness is off the charts. A different look than my Steelhead XRs, but I like it. The ball went far and straight. I hit a couple of uglies from bad lies, but I can do that with any club. All in all, these could be a keeper UPDATE 5 rounds with these now. Super easy to hit. Everything wants to go straight. My usual miss is on the toe, and I am getting away with some horrible swings. Nice high, not ballooning, ballflight and great distance. Took a while to get them, but happy they are here. The 5 iron is a easy to hit as the wedge
  2. Greg / Damascus, MD / United States Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Select Heppler Anser 2 - I always come back to a blade putter. I've tried all sorts of mallets for help with alignment, but they feel too bulky. The old Odyssey Versa line helped with alignment with the two-tone paint. The copper and black head should provide great contrast, without the stark white, to aid in alignment
  3. dang it, wrong thread. I moved my G410 iron review to the proper thread
  4. Took me a while, but a set of G410s will be arriving next week. I was finally able to hit/test these a little more. I've had a lot of Ping irons, so I know my specs. Verified them the other week by hitting balls, and then ordered. The Mavrik Pros are awesome irons, but I want more help.
  5. Quick update - Still really liking this. I don't use some of the "extra" features much, but really like getting to my ball, looking at the screen, and go. So quick and easy. Love it
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  7. I've actually surprised myself and not bought much during my shutdown. However, I now have 4 sets of wedges Ping Tour 54/58 Titleist 54F/58D (or 58K) Callaway MD4 54S (bent to 53)/ 58W Taylor Made 52/56 It's going to be a few more weeks until I can get out again. Lots of testing to be done!
  8. since i posted this, I've done some wedge buying. Just for kicks and the courses are closed, I picked up a 54/58 Cally MD4. I had 54 bent to 53. Now I can go P, 48, 53, 58 or stay with 48/52/56. The courses here in MD are closed, so I am waiting......
  9. Going to be a while for me, now. All courses are closed due to the virus.
  10. Greg Damascus, MD 8.1 Callaway Steelhead XR T200 - perfect style clubhead and specs for me Thank you!
  11. I will come back with my tail between my legs, but with much more knowledge And, when using these, Golfspy_CG2 got his first hole in one, they need to be forgiving!
  12. I think I out-smarted myself. In my younger days, I loved the "pro series" line of Callaway. For example, X18 Pro Series or X20 Tour. It seemed like I would go from Ping to Cally to Ping to Cally, etc. Anyway, I got a great deal on trade ins for a set of Mavrik Pros. After trade in bonuses, I was out about $15 for brand spanking new irons. They are not for me . I am not 40 anymore. At 60 (in 3 months), I want easy. The Mavrik Pros are great irons, but I will sell them and will come crawling back to Ping asking forgiveness.
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