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  1. I really want to like this driver. But after a couple of range sessions and one full round, it’s not convincing me. Maybe it’s the Helium shaft, maybe the 1/2 inch extra length, combination, whatever. So far my Srixon z565 stays put. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Def hitting more greens and misses aren’t as bad do more up and downs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Well I’d say they are working out for me. 3 of last 4 rounds are 79-81-77. In currently a 12.4 index. Of course that will drop in the next update. Trending to 11.4. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Had some range time with the GS53 10.5 with the Helium 5F4 shaft. Quite a muted sound at impact. Sounds solid but muted is the best word. I had it set for 0.5* strong and 1* open. I was hoping with the Helium I could realize a bit higher ball flight. But for me that setup produced pretty low flights. Hits toward the toe gave some pretty big cuts and much higher flight. I still have a couple of weeks to test different settings and will be doing so. But if I had to make a decision today, my Srixon z565 would stay in the bag. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. First round today with the 56* demo. Hit some good pitches, chips, and full shots with it. Really good turf interaction on all shot types. Spin seems very good as well. More testing to follow but initial results are promising. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I have the 50* right now, which I love, and also have just received a demo of the 56*. Can't wait to try it out too.
  7. I tried and returned SS2. It missed a bunch of shots, pin locations, etc. in the several rounds I played with it. It's a great idea, and if it worked as it should, it would be a great tool. But as is, it wasn't for me.
  8. Good write-up. I have the Maltby Tour Grind MG wedges, which I also bought as a pre-assembled pack with the KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 shaft. I have the 56 and 60 wedges. I agree that the DMB finish is excellent, and the assembly they did was good (not great), but adequate for the price (around $60/club). While I'm somewhat happy with their performance, I am going to be trying the Hogan Equalizer in 56* over the next couple of weeks. I have the Hogan PTxPro irons and a 50* Equalizer currently, and the 50 is a weapon, so I got the wedge demos (50 and 56) from Hogan just yesterday. If the 56 works out I'm actually going to order a 56 and a 62*. That being said, the Maltbys are truly quality wedges that I'd recommend to anyone to try for themselves. Really can't go wrong at those prices.
  9. I agree with you. Photography was better, and the Bacon/Faxon team were pretty good. Buck and Azinger, though, yuck.
  10. Annoying. Especially Buck and Azinger. Sheesh. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. If you’re paying attention to USGA rules (not “Tour” rules) then once you start playing a hole you must finish the hole with the same ball, unless it is lost or damaged. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Happy dads day y’all. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Played my first round with a 2019 Z Star, just got 4 dozen on the BOGO offer. Really good results for distance, spin around the greens, VERY good performance in the wind (10-15mph that day). Gonna be my go to ball except in the coolest of conditions when the Q Star Tour will take over. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Really wanted to try the Tensei Stiff but the demos are already out on these. So I have the Driver and Fairway coming with Helium Stiff. I need to hit the ball higher w these clubs anyway so no worries here. Also have the wedge two-pack coming. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  15. My demo driver and FW are on the way!!! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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