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cwbart

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  1. That has to hurt to have to wait this long for a set of irons. I sympathize with you APH.
  2. I believe the KBS Tour V 90 stiff will be more stout than the Nippon Modus 105. So, you should be happy with your choice. I use the Nippon Modus 105 in my irons and the Nippon Modus 115 Wedge shaft in my wedges and love them. The feel is phenomenal to me. Good luck and lower scores with your new irons!
  3. I'm more interested in your shaft selection being as you feel the 105's are now soft feeling due to your speed training. Can you share what you decided to go with?
  4. If you haven't been fitted yet give Jim McCleery a call. He's a clubfitter/builder in Waverly, OH. I think that you would enjoy the experience. He knows his stuff. His site is McGolf on roadrunner.net. Look him up. It will be worth your time.
  5. The other thing to look at is what are the shafts that you are playing your irons and what shafts you are playing in your driver/fairways; specifically the weight of the shafts. The balance point of your iron shafts is likely different than your diver/fairway shafts inducing this lighter feeling. Something to look at. Also playing with the lead tape on your driver/fairways is a good exercise. Do you have a swing weight scale?
  6. I noticed that the dimple sizes and patterns are definitely different. The one almost reminded of a hex pattern ala Hex Chrome. Anybody else see that?
  7. Manufacturer's prices for materials may have increased...or not. That is what they tell us. And even if they did, wages have not increased at the same rate the they are increasing their prices. Sooner or later that is going to catch up to them. It may well come to the choice of being able to eat or buy new golf equipment. Let me guess which one will win out.
  8. No 6-iron,huh? What covers the gap between your 5 and 7 irons?
  9. Yes sir, love me some lead tape. Best invention since the Vardon Flyer!
  10. To me they felt just a shade firmer. But I did have a different shaft in it than in my TE's, so that may be a small part of the difference in feel also. They don't feel bad, just a little different to me. Your results may vary. I would not hesitate to recommend them.
  11. Nedpepper, I'm with you on the Maltby TE forged irons. They are sweet feeling. The TSW wedge is nice also, although it doesn't feel quite the same as the TE iron. TSW is made from 1025C carbon steel and the TE is made from1035 Carbon steel. The TSW looks really good behind the ball. Order yourself the TSW head and the shaft that you want and assemble it yourself. That is what I did. I don't think that you will be disappointed with the TSW.
  12. Charles Taunton, MA Current putter: Bullseye Standard Flange Impact 2 or 3 Just try to kick the Bullseye out of my bag.
  13. Charles, Taunton, MA I play the N.S. Pro 105 shaft in regular flex in my irons. I would love to test out the N.S. Pro shaft in my driver. Thank you for the opportunity!
  14. Charles Taunton, Massachusetts I walk all of my rounds. I currently use a Sun Mountain Speed Cart. I would be willing to vigorously test and evaluate this product. Thank you for the opportunity.
  15. Charles Massachusetts Practice on an artificial mat. It looks similar to indoor/outdoor carpet with a rubber backing. The speed of the above mentioned mat I cannot verify, but the feel is faster than the greens that I play on (Muni) I would like to test one of the medium speed variants.
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