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  1. Jay, Chicago 113 driver ss Titleist Pro V1x I played a dozen of MTB Snell balls about 2-3 years ago...but the only time I've played them since was when I found a ball here or there. Really enjoyed the dozen that I had
  2. Jay, Illinois 3.0 hdcp, 113mph G400 Max G410 Plus
  3. Jay, Illinois Secondhand Zero Restriction Gore-Tex set I've played entire 4+ hour rounds in consistent rain and dozens of rounds where torrential downpours came in and wiped the course out for the rest of the day. 100 rounds per year in the Midwest will present plenty of opportunities for heavy precipitation
  4. Jay, Illinois Cleveland RTX CB 50/54/58 Strengths - chipping, maybe. Weaknesses - full wedge shots from 90+ yards. Inconsistent spin on short shots 5
  5. Tier 1: Bubba Watson Tier 2: Alex Noren Tier 3: Kevin Kisner Tier 4: Bryson DeChambeau Tier 5: Ian Poulter Tie Breaker -11 winning score +1 low amateur
  6. Really appreciate it. Most of our interviews so far have been with professional golfers...although today we did an interview with a golf journalist which provided some different conversation. Hopefully we can provide more content on MGS, club testing and other similar topics in the future
  7. Part two is available at https://sub70.podbean.com/e/episode-7-shaun-micheel-part-2/
  8. This is a must listen for any golfer. The episode is the first part of our interview with Shaun Micheel. Shaun is the winner of the 2003 PGA Championship and has nearly 400 PGA Tour starts. He is currently playing on the Web.com Tour and will also transition to the Champions Tour next year. This part of the conversation goes over his upbringing in Memphis, his college and early professional days, and his eventual PGA Championship victory at Oak Hill. It's a great, honest talk about Shaun's wild and unique path to becoming a professional golfer and major champion. Part two will be released next week. https://sub70.podbean.com/e/episode-6-shaun-micheel-part-1/
  9. I think you just have to consider that there are tons of different audiences out there. Some guys don't mind reading 1000+ word reviews because they're really interested in the equipment, technology, development process, testing, etc. The large majority of people definitely just want to know what is better than what. In a product testing thread I think people will definitely appreciate a more thorough review.
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