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  1. Your first name: Hoku Your home state/province: Washington Your current handicap: 11 Your current iron set: Mizuno MP-59 Your biggest strength: peak height and spin weakness to your iron game: strike consistency
  2. Handicap: 11 State: Washington Swing Speed: 100-105 Avg Carry: 240 yds Driver Pref: King F7+
  3. Name & State: Ian Costa. Washington. Handicap: 14.8 Current Driver: Cobra Fly-Z+ (9 degrees, weight in rear position) with Matrix VLCT ST Stiff shaft. Current Driver SS: 105 mph
  4. First Name: Ian State: Washington Driver SS: 105 mph Driver Specs: Cobra Fly-Z+. Matrix VLCT ST. Stiff.
  5. Ian. Seattle, Washington, USA Cobra Fly-Z+, Matrix VLCT ST, Stiff 103-108 mph, 240yd avg carry
  6. This is awesome! Thanks for the opportunity guys. Name and Hometown: Hoku. Seattle, WA. Handicap: 12.8 Current Irons and Shafts: Mizuno MP-59. KBS Tour 120g. Stiff. Steel. Custom Fit – No
  7. This recent blog post regarding the latest TM ball prototypes caught my eye: http://www.mygolfspy.com/first-look-taylormade-2016-tour-preferred-tour-preferred-x-and-projecta-golf-balls/ I've never really given Taylormade golf balls the time of day just because i didn't think (perception wise) they were very good. But i had heard good things about the Project [a] golf ball and recently had a chance to test it. I've been playing with it ever since. I typically enjoy lower compression balls and prior to this i was using the Callaway supersoft. Love the way it sprung off the club face and felt like you weren't hitting much of anything. However, as i'm getting more comfortable on the course, the Supersoft left a lot to be desired around the greens. I've found the Project [a] is still a pretty soft ball that has a bit more "click" to it (It isn't hard enough for me to really be irritated by it, but it is noticeably harder than the Supersoft ), but still feels like it launches nicely off the face. And that little i lost in "feel" is more than made up for around the greens. The Project [a] checks up nicely around the greens (noticeably from 120-50 yards in) and gives me confidence with my wedges, plus it has a bit more of a piercing trajectory with my irons, which is nice. Definitely enjoying these balls at the moment and am pleasantly surprised to have my perceptions proved wrong. Wondering if anyone here has had similar reactions to the Project [a] ball? Or if there are other balls in the category that are worth giving a shot? Also, how do the Tour Preferred balls stack up against other premium balls on the market?
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