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  1. That is my hope. Really is the perfect shape /size
  2. How do the King Tour compare to the Amp Forged size wise?
  3. thanks man They are 125g 6.5. Just the way the light is reflecting on the shaft. I gamed a 4 iron with a previous set bet the gapping was always so close to 5 iron it didn't make sense to me. 22* 4 iron and 24* 5 iron. I switched between the 3 iron (20*) and a 4 hybrid (21*) to feel that gap for me.
  4. Srixon combo Z585/Z785. 5 iron is Z585 6-PW are Z785. Excellent condition. Std L/L/L. please ignore 3 iron in picture. It is already sold. If buying complete clubs will include an extra PX LZ 6.5 shaft for GW. $old shipped complete clubs .
  5. Just wanted to give this a follow. Still really liking the Big Tour, launches easily for me with a flat penetrating flight. Very long, which I'm normally high spin is a very welcome sight. Cannot recommend this thing enough.
  6. Casey Bloomington, IN Handicap 7-10 range Srixon Z585/Z785 combo
  7. Figured I'd throw this out there. Thenationlimited tried to sell me something and then messaged me from the below account trying to get me to pay. I just ignored and went on my way but wanted to point out.
  8. Haven't seen much love for the Big Tour, so thought I'd throw my two cents out there. Coming from a Cobra F9 3/4, wanted something lower loft and a bit deeper head in a similar profile, which the Big Tour meets perfectly. Did a very small comparison against the Sim Ti Rocket 14* and while I liked it, felt more consistent with the Big Tour with a more preferred ball flight (mid flight and penetrating). The Sim was pretty, but the head has a slightly odd look for some reason. Anyways, I'm decently high swing speed but tendency with fairways is to spin them
  9. Looking for the counterbalanced version. Want to experiment with chopping wings off and making Frankenstein square back.
  10. Just a single item up for sale. 1. Project X LZ 6.5, 7 shaft set. Raw shafts are 3-9 iron (40"-37"). My plan was to softstep into a 4-PW set but only got around to installing the 7 iron shaft into an 8 iron head as a test. The 7 iron shaft is 35.5" and played around 36 7/8" in a Z585 8 iron. Was installed and hit about 8 balls and then pulled. All other shafts are new and uncut. $185 shipped obo
  11. sorry for all the highlighting. When looking at the shot view, select the club icon and select the club you want to see averages for. Even if it's the only club on the session. Averages will then show below.
  12. Great review, just picked one up to try out, should be getting it in the next week or so.
  13. I built a set, had some $15 shafts I bought from RBG and then bought some scale weights, drilled holes for shafts and epoxied. Then used lead tape to get to exact weight And sprayed rubberized undercoating on them.
  14. I think you are still confusing models. Last year was one driver, F9 Speedback. This year is two models, Speedzone and Speedzone Extreme. F9 Speedback --> Speedzone Speedzone Extreme is a new offering and the one that was named most forgiving. I still love my Z565 although I'm considering searching for a new driver this year. I've got both the Speedzone and Sim 8*. Just sold the Sim as I needed to turn the loft up and I couldn't keep off the left side of the course. Gonna give the Speedzone a run as the few times I hit it it seemed to miss right (fade) which I pre
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