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WFWP91

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  1. Rebuilding a set to pass the time while waiting for new 2022 clubs and snow on the golf courses to melt. KZG Tri-Tour wedges [50*, 54*, & 58*] with Nippon 1150GH Tour, Wishon 4i - Aw with Nippon 1150GH Tour, grindworks GW400 driver with Fujikura Motore X F1 6s, grindworks GW300 5 fairway [17*] with Fujikura Motore F1 7s, grindworks GW200 3 hybrid [20*] with Fujikura Atmos Black TS 9s. The Grip Master Roo grips on all clubs, Swing Right Pumpkin Spice ferrules installed on the irons and wedges.
  2. I have been using the MCI training shaft in a 7 iron and 52* wedge for 3 months. I use them to warm up during practice days. They help me smooth out my transitions: take away and change of direction [back swing to forward swing]. I hit 5 to 10 balls with each and my tempo seems to last throughout my practice session. I tee the ball up (very low) and focus on solid contact and a balanced finish. I just started to use the wedge for a short game warm up so I do not have much experience with the shaft in this area. The shaft seems to promote more feel than technique, so I like it.
  3. Sun Mountain Front9 Bag grindworks Pro Preference Driver w/NovaTech 6500, 5fwy w/NovaTech 7500, & 3u w/NovaTech i800 KZG FF [4i], ZO Plus [6i, 8i & Pw], XRS black wedges [52* & 58*] with Aerotech Steelfiber FC115 SeeMore M7 Tour w/RST Hosel
  4. WFWP91

    9iner Bag

    The current bag living in my car
  5. The inability to play for soooooooooooo long created too many opportunities to tinker; so, the one set for the year is a clear flop. Current testing: Long Game Callaway Mavrik SZ 10.5* Driver with Roque White, and the Super Hybrids 17* and 20* with MRC Tensei Orange Pro Scoring Ping Glide Forged Wedges 50, 54 (bent to 55), 60 with KBS Tour shafts.
  6. Well Done. It is hard to sell clubs you build yourself for yourself.
  7. Nice setup and pictures. Enjoy the 2020 golf year.
  8. Alignment Pro (only practice/training aid) Snell MTB-X (great performance and feel tee-to-green) & Snell Gloves (wanted to try) SkyCaddie SX 500 (unknown course or blind shot course); Leupold GX5i3 (go to for distances for play and practice sessions) HeadGear leather headcovers (couldn't resist), and Pingman putter headcover.
  9. Fun question Scoring gains are relative to the individual golfer’s ability. Strokes gained (SG) Exposes quality of shot based on lie and proximity to the hole. Thus, course setup is important too. It is interesting that an approach 160 fairway is equivalent to 90 deep rough or 50 sand to leave a 30’ putt. The following links to SG charts are helpful in seeing the significance of shots (Tee to green & putting). https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxFSlVhPo9ObWmZKd3B4eV84Q1U/ https://eyelinegolf.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/strokes-gained-putting_-baseline-probabilities-chart-pgatour-com-1.jpg The current state of my game reveals my approach shots (120 to 180) are more important to lowering my scores. This glaringly obvious when I play forward tees or have a great driving day.
  10. Welcome, from Colorado. I like the setup and your summary of how the clubs benefit your game.
  11. https://www.sittlergolf.com/ This could be worth the drive: indoor and outdoor fitting, golf industry recognition, and all golf services offered (swing, club-fitting, practice, repair, and trade-in).
  12. I would say you made if four times (impressive); not "Only made it".
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