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  1. Thanks for the thoroughly detailed reviews! The Epic is a beast of a driver. Being a longtime Taylormade stalwart, I gave this a try next to the new M2 on a launch monitor. Epic performed consistently better for both length and dispersion. I am happy to say it is in the bag and hitting bombs.
  2. The player: Current gamer - Callaway Chrome Soft (first gen. / three piece) Handicap - 17 7 iron carry distance with current ball - 160 yds Trajectory - Mid Putter - Evnroll ER3 (medium feel) The ball: Callaway Chrome Soft Truvis (Dual Soft Fast Core) Distance - Slightly better Trajectory - Mid Spin - Hop & stop (for a low spin player) Feel - Soft Durability (1 round) - Scuffed (a little), held up well to hits into trees Rating - Gamer Notes: I have been playing Callaway golf balls for a very long time, and the new Chrome Soft is, imho, the best ball they have ever made. In fact, I wou
  3. Humza Wazir, 34 Pakistan My biggest problem in golf is that on any given day, I can either swing the driver well or my irons well. I can't seem to swing well with both at the same time and it is driving me crazy! To make matters worse, the switch from good driver days to good irons day seems to be completely random and without any noticeable pattern or reason.
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    Welcome to the forums hwazir :)


    We are glad to have you at MGS. Go start your first message!


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