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  1. Tier 1: Tommy Fleetwood Tier 2: Alex Noren Tier 3: Thorbjorn Olesen Tier 4: Jason Dufbner Tier 5: Brendan Steele Winning Score: -13
  2. Tier 1:Tiger Woods Tier 2: Alex Noren Tier 3: Kevin Kisner Tier 4: Bryson Dechambeau Tier 5: Justin Rose \Winning Score: -9 Low Am: +4
  3. I've tried most models of SS (minus the claw model they put out) and have had no qualms with any - pistol got your being my favourite, 5.0 being my least. Currently have the Lamkin Sink 13” round on the 2 putters I game the most (Method Origin, Method MOD 90) and love it. I air install and can flip these grips between any of the putters I own. Love the weight and feel in my hands, I play courses where the greens can vary DRASTICALLY in both speed and contour so the grip alignment dots are a nice addition - grip down a dot for downhill or particularity fast putts At present, I am really interested in trying out the Flatcat models - installed properly (not like JRose) as well as the Ping stock model that is almost identical to the SS GT tour. I liked the surface texture and material more than the SS. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. 1: 26 2: 118 mph driver 3: 6 hdcp CPGA 4: 25-50 5: Cobra F7+ 6: Y 7: 305 carry, 3000ft altitude Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. I don't want to take anything away from mizuno and the T7 as it was on my short list since images first surfaced of them. And they are still one of the cleanest and best wedges aesthetically this season. I put them through the range test first, after warming up with my current MD3's, and thought I had a real winner. Had a solid meaty feel and performed well. But once I hit the PURs and went back to T7 they felt hard by comparison. Feel is 100% subjective, what I find soft you may find mushy, and you may love the response you feel from T7. Demo for feel/look, get fit for performance. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. And I will add that These wedges are one of if not the softest I've demoed/played in recent memory. The MD Forged comes close. T7 are rocks comparatively. Vokey's are always a solid investment. But feel wise they don't have anything on the PURs Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. AH1980MN is correct. "Effective" bounce is the big player with these grinds. Combined with your play style/tendencies it Can be a match made in heaven or a complete disaster. Measured bounce may be quite low, but due to the depth of the wide low sole it plays with much more than what is stamped on the hosel. That being said. I was recently fit for the PUR wedges, and I absolutely love them, but was surprised at the result. I was initially leaning towards the wide low in my 60* BUT due to my yardage gaps and the fact I only use two true wedges it would need to be bent a degree strong at least. Which drops the measured bounce to approx 2* from the 4* of measured and dropped the leading edge to the point where it was in fact quite easy to dig and no longer suited my game. I ended up going with the versatile grind and once my loft was achieved it had lowered the bounce slightly to be right where I needed it. So I would offered two things. First: if you are interested in the Widelow make sure you are not strengthening the loft and it will be great. Second: for me (and time and time again for countless others) it had paid off to be properly fit for your wedges by an experienced eye. Take that for what you may. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. Up until the midway point of this season I carried three wedges MD3 s-grind 50 54 60(bent to 59). My 60 was my go to around the greens and on most pitches inside 75 yards. Living in Calgary the ball carries further than in some places so my 54 is for shots between 110-125. I have recently updated my irons and worked the the rep to address my wedge short comings. We opted to move to the GW to watch my King Pro's - the 50 MD3, although a killer wedge, just wasn't offering me much forgiveness at the 135-140 window where I found myself leaving scoring chances on the course. The other two wedges: I worked with the rep to find the grinds that complemented how/where I used them most and although I felt my game around the greens was good before it is now one of the areas I have the most confidence. As per advice on your situation: weigh the pros/cons of each setup and where in your bag/game could benefit the most. I personally believe having a club solely for that 1 shot around is a waste. Especially if you could save 2 or 3 strokes off per round by alleviating the pressure elsewhere in your bag. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. Andrew Alberta Nike Vapor Fly Flex 440 w/ gen 1 D+ 72X 114-117. 305-320 Andrew LaBelle/ andlabelle iPhone Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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