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Hollis

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  1. Why wouldn’t you? We have been saying that in these forums for over 10 years. Now that a company says it, they are wrong. The only part of the study where the Chrome soft didn’t fare as well as others is driver distance. You have to try different balls to determine what works best for you. We’ve been saying that around here for a long time. This ball test can point you into a direction for a type of ball, but you still have to try them out. I don’t care what any marketing department says or doesn’t say in regards to this test, it will not sway me in determining my choice of golf ball. I am going to find the best one for me, based on my own metrics, and distance off the tee is not the top priority, otherwise I would use a rock flight. 



    My point is the way they said it. They put out a release that obviously disagrees with the results. They certainly like that MGS loves their driver the most, no? Don’t come off like sour grapes and then say we have our own testing (which we won’t show you) and go buy some and you’ll see. I would either not release anything and let customers decide for themselves because they value feel or whatever. Or i provide my own research to combat the results or what backs their info.
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  2. If i was Callaway, I certainly wouldn’t tell everyone to “see for yourself and pick up a dozen”

     

    Kind of an odd way to combat a study done on poor(er) performance.

     

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  3. My daughter (a 10hcp) was looking for a new putter and we went to the PGA superstore earlier this summer and probably tried 50 different ones. The Cure was the only one she really liked and it had a lot to do with the ability to minimize the weight. She likes a lighter putter and doesn't mind a larger head. She also likes a center shaft so I ordered the RX4 a couple weeks ago and surprised her with it and she promptly drained 12 out of 13 ten footers. She hasn't played a lot of rounds with it yet but she feels like it has saved her at least 2-3 strokes per and she is very confident with it. It's a very different putter, but for those more focused on performance than traditional aesthetics it is a very worthy option.

    I'm interested in these. Looks kinda funky as big as they are but the X3 and hybrid x1 Don't look too bad


  4. Sounds promising. Are you going to build the rest of the set?

     

     

    Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy mobile app

    If I like the 7i enough I am. I was given the go-ahead from the wife for B-day. If I don't like them, I'm going to get a set of PING Gs to replace my i20s.

     

    I'd like to get the Maltby though. I hear this finish holds up like no other black head and have hear nothing but good things about this shaft.


  5. Look at the Recoil 6XX shaft as well. I tried the AXE, Recoil, steelfiber and paderson. I discounted the Steelfiber and Paderson straight away because I didn't like the feel. I really wanted the AXE tour, but the Recoil felt better and I got more distance out of it.

    Will do. Thanks

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