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Nunfa0 last won the day on August 8

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  1. Good grief, that's 1980s Greg Norman spin!! I can see a major ball test in your immediate future. May I suggest the Snell MTB X?
  2. So they are forgiving blades that look amazing and generate prodigious spin
  3. Right, I shall now share some thoughts. I actually did a comparison during the CCC3 pre chatter so I thought I would rehash that. First up I have to give a win to Shot Scope for the greens and putting. It gives you more accurate data for the second putts and so forth, is easier to accurately plot the pin with a click of a button and doesn't miss as many short putts. Both lots of sensors are easy to install but the Arccos sensors fit and sit soooo much better on top of the grip. They just look better and not as fragile as the Shot Scope ones do on grips with a rounded top. Both systems are easy to use but Arccos for me is by far easier. The ability to check if your shot registered and edit the hole as you play is a massive win for Arccos. No more editing the round later that night for me . I was even able to finish a round in virtual darkness, when the sensors wouldn't work, by adding shots as I hit them. Being able to look at a map of the hole as you play is fantastic so another win for Arccos. Yes Shot Scope gives yards to the front, middle and back of the green no matter what angle you are on and distance to hazards but to see the layout of the hole really helps me visualize the shot. Both systems give fantastic stats and can really help focus your mind on the problem areas of your game but the way Arccos present the data makes so much sense to me. I love the handicap presentation for each category and after just a couple of rounds it has already pointed out the areas I knew I had to work on. Good grief my chipping sucks Having my phone in my front pocket was very easy to get used to and ended up being far more comfortable than the watch. In fact the position I had to wear the watch on my wrist to ensure it recorded shots correctly was causing pain in my hand. I had reached the point where I had to stop wearing it and stop using Shot Scope because of the pain. Since changing to Arccos the pain has gone completely. So there are a few thoughts and I think we know who the winner is . I have to say that I still love the Shot Scope and think it is a fantastic product. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a good, solid, easy to use tracking system. But now I am sold on Arccos. To me Shot Scope is the solid analogue system and Arccos is digital all the way.
  4. Thanks very much guys!! I had a great day eating good food and drinking very nice beer
  5. Excellent stuff @MaxEntropy, I will add something to this soon...
  6. I have to agree about the confidence factor. I've never had irons that I have trusted like this before. I really can laser the pin, pick the club for the number and know it will be right.
  7. Excellent, can't wait to see how you manipulate that butter knife
  8. Fair enough mate, you've got to use what works for you. Personally I am still gaming the full set and I'm really looking forward to summer. Spring has shown it's face around here so the good times are a comin
  9. Fantastic stage twos guys, I'm really impressed with the quality of your work and the quality of the clubs. I love the fact that both girls are now loving the game and spending time with dad . It will be great to see updates of how they are progressing.
  10. Testers, now that you've had a good few weeks with these clubs, is there anything that you find disappointing about them?
  11. I hadn't heard of the XP85 but I've used the XP95 in my last two sets of irons. It's a shame they don't have more shaft choices but I suspect that helps keep the price down.
  12. Brilliant @sirchunksalot, I've really enjoyed reading your adventures with the Tommy Armours . PS I like the way you took a little inspiration from our little CCC3 thread. The 4 club was pretty much my favourite challenge
  13. That gapping will just get better as time goes by but it's looking good now
  14. You've been gaming these for a while now and your swing is really getting in the groove. Is your confidence through the roof with them yet? Are they now permanently in the bag or are there still doubts about them?
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