The current model and flex of your irons: Bridgestone J40 CB PX 6.0 flighted
Your Handicap: 5
Your Age: 30
Are you Left or Right Handed: Right
Do you know your iron specs: never been fitted
Tell us which 2 companies make the best irons in golf: Titleist and Bridgestone
Tell us which 2 companies make the worst irons in golf: Tour Edge and Wilson
The one piece of equipment in my bag I would like to share is my TM 2.0 driver. Starting with the looks of the club which like many is what first attracted my attention. I love the look of the white crown. It just adds something special, something different. It was nice to see something that stood out from every other driver on the market. Many have said that the contrast in the colors of the crown and face make it easier to align. To which I'd have to agree. The contrast does help a bit.
Having never been fit for a driver and also never finding one that was reliable I thought before buying it based off looks alone I should get this on a monitor and compare it to the 909 I was playing. I went to my local Golfsmith and had a go with it. The numbers were incredible! Because of the longer shaft I was able to square the face easier than I ever was. I honestly don't think the sound is any different from other drivers before it. When struck solidly there is a real nice ping to it, it's almost quiet! What I love best is the performance. Like I said earlier the numbers on the monitor were really good for me. Spin rate was anywhere from 2900-3500, compared to the 4100-4500 on the 909 o was using. Launch angle was about 13-14 degrees. Not saying I never miss a FW anymore but I am much more accurate with this driver than any other one I have ever gamed.
I know I am new here and some may scoff at this because my post count is only 5 but I did not join this forum for the testing. I have tested for another forum before and know its not an easy task. I feel like I would do a good job and could bring some good insight to testing. If I ever do get picked I will take the responsibility seriously