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Weekend_Warrior

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About Weekend_Warrior

  • Birthday 09/15/1984

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    Iowa
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  1. I don't use my 3 wood off the deck much, but that is a symptom of the courses I play. I do use it off the tee when I need to hit a fairway, or when the hole calls for a shorter shot off the tee. Even if it doesn't get a lot of use every round, I couldn't imagine not carrying it.
  2. Every time I purchase a new (or new to me) driver I tell myself "This is the one. I'm going to use this for the next 5+ seasons." Never works out that way. The winters are cold in Iowa so golf-equipment-idus is a real issue, the cure is I spend a lot of time on eBay dreaming of deals on driver heads to try. Seriously though last years purchase is it for a while...
  3. I walk, with a push cart, for two reasons. 1st, it's cheaper; I'd have to play less golf each year if I rode a cart every time. 2nd, the exercise is a nice bonus.
  4. I play the stiff Modus 120 shaft in my irons, but never really considered what was in my wedges. Thinking about trying the Nippon Modus Wedge shaft. I only play 56 and 51 degree wedges. Thinking about playing a stiff in the 51, but playing a regular in the 56. Anyone play this shaft in their wedges and have any feedback? Anyone play a different flex between the wedges? The 56 is rarely used for full shots which is why I am thinking a softer shaft in it.
  5. I always try to sell on FB marketplace first and if it doesn't get any bites, then I put it on eBay. eBay is great because of the massive audience, but it has it's own set of problems. The fees are annoying, they charge them on both the sale and the shipping you charge the buyer, then they bill you for them later instead of just netting it all out at once. Also, eBay is very buyer centric, they offer them a lot of protections. This can be particularly important to pay attention to when selling used golf clubs because condition is subjective. Even if you don't accept returns, eBay will force yo
  6. I've always played a lower launch/lower spin shafts in my 3 wood, while playing more of a mid launch in the driver. Currently have the Evenflow Riptide CB in my driver, and I'll be switching it for 2021. It was a good shaft, but I'll likely be going with something that has lower torque.
  7. I'm going in for a fitting to see about getting something new in my driver for 2021. I'm really interested in the Ventus line. Has anyone heard if there is anything new coming from Fujikura that would be an improvement on Ventus?
  8. Looking for a Ventus Blue 6S driver shaft. Preferably with a PXG tip.
  9. Bump. Reduced the price. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. I have a Fujikura Pro 2.0 driver shaft for sale. I bought it in March and have only used it maybe 10 rounds. I bought a new driver in June, and went with a different shaft. It has a PXG shaft adapter on it, it is a extra stiff shaft, the exact weight isn't listed on it, but I think it is about 65 grams. It has a new in March Lamkin UTX Midsize grip on it. Looking to get $110 shipped (US Only).
  11. 7 handicap in Waukee, Iowa 50263 Mizuno MP-18 Irons, 8 iron goes about 150 yards After reading about them earlier this year on your website I looked into them to potentially buy a hybrid, driving iron, or 5 wood.
  12. Does anyone have any idea about the spin differences between these shafts? I bought a new PXG 0811x Gen 2 and ordered it with Riptide CB 60 and I had a PXG adapter put on a Fujikura 2.0 60 I had from my old driver. I have a neutral angle of attack, medium transition, SS 108. The riptide definitely feels like it has more play in the shaft. At the driving range they launch almost identically. I know get fit, get on a launch monitor. I might get on a launch monitor at some point, but until then I was curious if anyone had any thoughts. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  13. Does anyone have any idea about the spin differences between these shafts? I bought a new PXG 0811x Gen 2 and ordered it with Riptide CB 60 and I had a PXG adapter put on a Fujikura 2.0 60 I had from my old driver. I have a neutral angle of attack, medium transition, SS 108. The riptide definitely feels like it has more play in the shaft. At the driving range they launch almost identically. I know get fit, get on a launch monitor. I might get on a launch monitor at some point, but until then I was curious if anyone had any thoughts. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. Tier 1: Rickie Fowler Tier 2: Patrick Reed Tier 3: Zach Johnson Tier 4: Jason Dufner Tier 5: Kevin Na Winning Score: -10 Low AM: +7
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