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  1. 1. Mark G. Cole, California 2. Cobra Oversized, stock graphite, R flex 3. 19, unnofficial (I just really love getting out and playing) 4. Launcher HB After adding a Callaway XR Hybrid 4 to my bag with incredible results, I began wondering, “Why can't all my clubs use hybrid, hollow back or high-bore technology?” Already a devout Cleveland wedge convert, I look forward to seeing how consistent launch and shot placement can improve my game and lower my score. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. I would love to test these out. Need something to start climbing the leaderboard at the club again. Member at Lake Forest Golf. Mark Cole / California Current Irons Cobra OS w/ regular flex standard graphite (15+ years old) regripped with Lamson crosslink 19 handicap C300 (standard - I tested a set at a local event two years ago and loved the “pop”, accuracy, and yards gained, at least as shown in the 15-min test drive. Love to put a set through its paces on some of the more challenging holes in Southern California)
  3. No one knows when the first golfer will debut a full on speed suit in a professional tournament, but odds suggest it will be on the European tour. Offering nothing in the way of competitive advantage, it provides plenty of competitive distraction.
  4. Beautiful clubs! I love the classic lines, forged look, perimeter weighting, hidden technology. 1. Your first name and home state/province Mark - California 2. Your current handicap 20 3. The longest iron you're comfortable hitting 3-iron Now that I'm shooting 90, and swinging consistently, I'm on the hunt for game improving equipment that I can count on to help me knock my score down into the 70's.
  5. The alcohol comment made me laugh. Out loud. Hope you enjoy your next day out with your sobriety balls. I play the chrome soft in plain white. And I ball wash the hell out of them at the tee when so much as a grass smear gets on em. Good ball though. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  6. Great story. Your writing is so descriptive and from the heart--I want to put a Mati putter in my hands, too, John! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  7. That is one great looking long iron--er crossover iron! I love it when the response to a challenge is met with engineering prowess. My current long irons are 3i & 4i Cobra Oversized, stiff graphite shafts, navy Lamkin cross line grips. I am a 20+ handicap looking for game improvement. And I am filled with enthusiasm! I love the opportunity to revolutionize an aspect of my game and help struggling golfers do the same. --Mark Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  8. The C200 6i flew the ball 18-20 YDS further than my current 6. I love the crisp sound produced by a well struck shot. Most of all, the direction of a mishit shot was straighter down the line than my current clubs. This would offer major game improvement, keeping me in the fairway on 90% of my shots. What I am curious about is how much shot shaping is possible with clubs that seem to want to launch every shot straight ahead. I tested the clubs on Saturday at the PGA Tour Superstore in Irvine, but MGS did not permit a reply until today. Anywho, congratulations to the winners.
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