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Mahbles

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About Mahbles

  • Birthday 08/31/1977

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    San Antonio, TX
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    Family, golf and CrossFit
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  1. Mahbles

    Mahbles

  2. Harvey Texas, USA Index: 17.6 Ping G400 (blue dot) irons, Modus 120 Stiff shaft Your PING choice - i210 or i500: i500
  3. 1. Harvey - San Antonio, TX ​2. 19.7 - 105mph swing speed 3. Callaway Big Bertha Epic 10.5 stiff 4. The PING G400 LST 10.5 stiff
  4. Greetings all. I gamed the G7 One Length Irons for all of 2017 and I won't get too technical, but I play about 4-5 times a year, and consistency is my top priority. If If I were going to play once a month or more frequently, I feel that I would be more consistent so then the focus for me is shaping shots into the green, but since I intentionally lay up, consistency is more important. The Cobra One Length irons are for those that play infrequently. You should have no expectation other than having a more consistent swing which would enable you to keep up with others in your foursome. If you're playing for fun, then the yardage gaps shouldn't be an issue because the point is to make forward progress on the fairway, not dropping a ball within 3' of the hole and getting it to stop. For 2017, I never got the gapping down between the 4-6 irons. There was a 210 yard par 3 at a local track and I pulled out the 4i and flew the green. For giggles, I hit the 5i and I was a yard short of the green. Both shots had great trajectories and since this hole is in an old quarry, there wasn't much wind to influence the direction of the ball once it got in the air. If the 4i landed in the middle of the green from 210 out and then rolled towards the back of the green, I would have been ok with that shot, but for the 4i to go longer and the 5i to be shorter than 190-200 yards, I felt there was a gaping issue. When I played more frequently, rather, from '08-11 when I had Titleist AP2's, my 7i would fly 155, 6i would fly 165, 5i would go 180-ish, the 4H would be my 195-200 yard club. The AP2's were the first generation AP2's in '09. Since then, we obviously have had more tech inflused so it would makes sense to have stronger lofts and more distance right? If you play golf, and go to a One Length club, then you should temper your expectations. if you're taking Golf up for the first time, One Length is perfect for you. If you play very infrequently, One Length is for you, just be happy you're hitting it straight. Again, the Cobra One Length irons are for those that play infrequently. You should have no expectation other than having a more consistent swing which would enable you to keep up with others in your foursome. If you're playing for fun, then the yardage gaps shouldn't be an issue because the point is to make forward progrress on the fairway, not dropping a ball within 3' of the hole on a green.
  5. I have an AW2 and by now, I was hoping there would be a competent golf app where I can leave my phone in the cart and use the GPS in the AW2 to get accurate measurements. I have an AW2, do I need to get a Garmin golf watch? Wouldn't that defeat the purpose of AW2 for golf then? I was hoping there would be lots of apps for GPS and yardage leveraging the AW2 but perhaps there isn't that big a market for it.
  6. EvnRoll ER3, and possibly the Flightscope Mevo. It's all the info I need currently!
  7. Santa was really kind to me, starting the year with practically a new bag! G400 3W and irons, 4-UW, along with a EvnRoll ER3. I like the wingback look and it feeled amazing. Hoping to get out this weekend to get my new toys dirty!
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