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  1. I have the CBX wedges in 56 and 60 (graphite). Going to grab a 52 to complete the set. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  2. Early 40s and I never regretted it. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  3. Wilson Staff C300 woods. Driver, fairway, hybrids ... Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  4. Right now, probably only one club guaranteed a spot in my 2018 bag. Putter: Brainstorm Golf Happy Putter Blade V2 Thing feels so good in hand, and I am very confident even over that 10-15 foot range putt. I don't foresee it leaving my bag any time soon. Everything else though, is on notice. Perform or get yanked.
  5. I tend to try to buy wedges new, just because they wear down so quickly. Everything else however, I have no qualms finding out on eBay or the used rack at golf stores.
  6. MCC Plus 4's on all of my clubs. Love their durability, and since I play with a glove, they don't tear up my hand. There are very few grips that I can play that I don't feel as if they'll fly out of my hand if I don't hold the club with a death grip ... these fit the bill though.
  7. Thanks for the warm welcome. Nice to see some familiar faces. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  8. Ones still in my possession Cobra F6 Cobra F6+ Cobra F7 TM Jetspeed Cleveland Classic XL Custom Cleveland Classic 290 Ping K15 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Non set wedges? One. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. People will spend their money at they see fit. I'm in no position to tell others how they should spend their own cash. I imagine it'd be a hell of an experience. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I like to full swing my wedges, but with the ones currently in my bag (W/S PMP's) the mishits can be pretty darn penal. I switched over to a C200 SW, which covers me to 54*, but that last slot is open. I've got my eye on the new Cleveland CBX however ... now, do I want to go 58 or 60?
  12. I've passed through a number of times (been a member since 2014) but decided to introduce myself and post for a few. I'm a relatively new hacker (started playing about 4 years ago) and I'm down to a 21 handicap ... mostly because I can't find the time to practice with two children under the age of 4. After a boondoggle finding a good coach, I finally found one so I'm hoping to see some major improvements - hopefully next year will see a significant drop in my handicap. Not brand-loyal, which is probably why my bag looks like a hodge-podge of companies, but they work for me. Always looking for the next thing to throw in the bag however.
  13. Tom Ducey, South Carolina Wilson Staff Infinite Windy City
  14. Handicap - 28 Driver SS - 90 Current Ball - Bridgestone e6
  15. Thanks for this. I do have a new (to me) set of clubs, and knowing how I can get them fit better for my game is something that I would be interested in doing. I don't know if I plan to stick with them forever (I'm a golfer, I'm addicted to shiny new clubs) but knowing they are fit to my current game would be nice. Hopefully this guy is a good fitter ... I will find out soon enough! Well, after taking a couple lessons to work on grooving my existing swing.
  16. So I received a free club fitting for Christmas. Very excited about it! The fitting is at a country club and they sell a specific brand of clubs, so the fitting will no doubt be aimed at those clubs. The pro is also a licensed fitter for that brand. My question is ...it is reasonable to assume that can I take those specs (loft, lie, shafts, etc) and apply it towards a different brand if I decide not to go with the brand that the CC deals with, right?
  17. Access to launch monitor: Yes, I do have access. Driver SS: ~85-88 mph
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