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  1. I play the 545s and have demoed the other two. The 850 forged is probably the least forgiving of the bunch. Distance is extremely similar with all 3. Rsi2s performed just as good as the 545s, but the 545s felt better.
  2. That's a good plan. Glides have a good amount of bounce so you won't be too low by bending them stronger
  3. Nice, just wanted something with more bounce for that spot in your bag?
  4. 78 today. Short game was on but two doubles due to bad tee shots didn't help things.
  5. I made the exact same change (Ap14 to srixon 545 and I've never looked back). 745 is very similar to the Apex Pro. 545 is going to give you more forgiveness in just a slightly larger package
  6. Just thinking about the Sun Mountain 2Five I was selected to tested for the forum. Excited to see how much lighter it feels than my Three5. The Three5 weighs just about 4 lbs, so that would make the 2Five almost 1.5 lbs lighter!
  7. Nice shooting. I've still yet to shoot even par or better on 18. I've shot even and under on one nine, but can never string two of them together
  8. MD3 wedges seem to be feast or famine with most of my buddies. They either loved them or hated them. Maybe pick up a used one of ebay or CPO and try it out before you make the plunge and swap out your entire set?
  9. Hope you do a writeup on the wedges when you get them. I went to their site and to learn more about their construction but the information is extremely limited (other than that they only come in 52, 56, and 60* (with 12,10,8 degrees of bounce respectively) and each wedge has a heel and toe grind.
  10. I had that ponder a over the last 2 weeks - then the Vokey SM6s happened. Any wedges in particular that you are thinking about?
  11. They are incredible. Let us know how the fitting goes
  12. M2 will likely launch a bit higher (assuming you have the Tour Blue shaft in the x2 hot). I was playing a 16.5 e8 beta with a Rogue Silver and I am not playing the M2 with the stock stiff shaft at 15 degrees. The combination of the head and shaft makes it launch higher and easier than the e8 beta (which was a low launcher). I have hit the M2 off the fairway and out of the rough (with a decent lie) with great results.
  13. Such a great fairway wood. Didn't think it would be able to kick the e8 Beta out of the bag after I won the M2 at an outing but after one round the e8 beta went to the bench What are you gaming now?
  14. Yup. That is the issue I had with the Glides. My gap wedge (545) is 51* an goes 123ish and my 54 degree only went 95. My vokey 54 goes 105
  15. If it's the aluminum insert you should be fine. If it's the polymer insert I'm not quite sure
  16. Yup, I have the M Grind on my 60. Would likely go F on my 50 if it ever happens.
  17. Citra Strip should be your first course of action. If that doesn't work you may need to lightly sand it.
  18. Not helping things Rob, haha. F grind on the 50?
  19. Makes sense - you have about 7 degrees between you pw and gw. I struggled getting my top distance with the Glides so that could be in play too. Perhaps you go 50, 54 58 or 50, 54, 60
  20. Thinking about a Vokey SM6 50 degree gap wedge. Enjoy the 545 set gap wedge that I have, especially for full shots, but I have been wanting to work on adding a chip that runs more. I should probably try my current set gap wedge a bunch first before knocking it out of the bag.
  21. 77 +6 today with 2 doubles and one birdie. Just couldn't get a putt to drop.
  22. 77 +6 today. One over on the front with a double on 9 and 5 over on the back (with a double on 11)
  23. Absolutely - but it certainly needs to include one. And when I say go to a fitter I do not mean just go to a golf store that has a launch monitor that offers fitting for a fee. I mean seek out a true club fitter. Depending on your location there are a lot of good choices where you can find award winning fitters.
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