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Sirslicealot

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  1. Gents, I currently am gaming the Mizuno JPX 825's with PX Graphite shafts, which were billed as "mid-launch", but as it turns out, they are very "high-launch" for me....distance robbingly so. The CT LITE shafts could be just the ticket to bring my ball flight down. My other option is I just won a mint set of Ben Hogan Edge CFT's 3 and 4H and 5I-PW, and as I require +1.5" in length and these BH's are stock, I could put the CT Lite's in this set of classics. Pick me> Matt W
  2. Just recieved set of Callaway XF's yesterday. They look much better in person than the photos posted above. The topline is thinner looking at address than last years RAZR irons (I played those last season). The sole is wider than I would like to see but is invisible at address. My eye tends to be attracted to a more bladelike look (think Taylormade R11 Irons.....which has a thicker looking topline at address than the Callaway RAZR XF...BTW),but I found these irons to be very appealing. That is the the good news...the bad news is that I custom ordered a set from a golf retailer who I won't nam
  3. I have hit both the normal version and the WMD version, both are sweet!! I like the regular 2011 version a bit better. Tested them head to head against a Ping G15 Draw, and a Integra SoooLooong 175 gram head, with Miyazaki C Kua 44 gram shaft, and Winn Lite Grip (total weight = 246 grams). The Powerbilt was 3-8 yards longer than the others, but was doing so every time! It's winter here in Germany and I haven't been to the driving range in 3 months, so my not so elegent swing is even worse, I hit some monster pull hooks and slices with the Ping and Integra, but the 2011 AFO and the WMD version.
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