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sumadoggie

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  1. Boop beep beep. Me golf robot. Me only play what me told to play. Meep boop bop. Lighten up dude. Plenty of fitting has happened here. Golf - and golf equipment - is fun. Jeez.
  2. Yah, I've plenty plenty of time at my club builder-fitter so I knew what I was looking for when I went hunting. I think I'm done with shafts at this point. Who has a putter that holes the ball every time? Looking for that next.
  3. Who has found their unicorn shaft(s)? I went through trying most of the Obans, a few Padersons, some USTs, Aldila Rouge 125, a Nunchuk (!), Accras and others over the past few years trying to find something I really connect with (almost all of which I bought second hand). Many of which I really liked. Only a couple were in my bag for more than a season. Some of which I flipped almost right away. When I first saw the Diamana X'17 I was pretty intrigued. There was no way I wanted to pay the $750 MSRP for the shaft. Having tried out many shafts I have a good idea of what I'm looking for an
  4. Yah, I tested an ER2 and ER3 a couple years ago. They were basically the same size and ultimately I went with the ER3 at the time. Forgot about the smaller size of that blade.
  5. I've found myself in love with a putter with a really compact toe-heel length - 3.5". Not so small that I'm worried about toe/heel strikes, but I feel like I lose a sense of the ball on the putter face with longer blades. I have a couple other blades with 4.25" and 4.5" lengths and a heel shafted mid-mallet that's 3.75". Anyone out there know of other modern putters with a particularly short blade length?
  6. Ralph/Ohio Handicap 3.8 Hybrids in play: Cobra King F7 16 and 19 with Aldila Tour Green X Hybrid shafts. The most important thing for me in a hybrid is trajectory and workability. I want it to come in mid/high without ballooning and a neutral bias so I can work it a bit either way for long approaches or long par 3s.
  7. What's missing from the TaylorMade website are the bounces for the P730 iron specs; and not only the bounce but also the offset specs from the P7TW specs. This begs the question are the P7TW weakened P730s (which would also reduce the offset) or do they have a whole different "milled grind" for Tiger's clubs with the same or different offset? The more info they provide, the more we want...
  8. If you just went to the TM website, there are the specs for the "non Tiger" P7TWs and then below that is a drop down menu with the actual "Tiger Specs".
  9. Seeing all the numbers of Taylormade's Tiger Spec P7TWs is pretty interesteg. Since his 9 and PW are the same length, anyone know what his SW and LW lengths are? I can't find the info on the internets...
  10. Yah, I saw that MGS piece. When I've tried out a slant neck putter with what I would consider a grip and set-up which doesn't try to manipulate the lie of the putter, it seems to leep my leading arm and putter shaft in the same plane and I produce stroke which seems to brush up the back of the ball. It feels oddly natural - like I'm not trying to hit through the ball or manipulate a forward press or anything. Just kind of a pendulum-esque sqing with my front shoulder dipping and lifting with my trail handbeing a guide/piston.
  11. So I understand what a slant neck looks like - it is a putter with a shaft which slants "away" from the plane of the putter face (I believe it is not a putter whose shaft is in the same - or parallel - plane as the face, but whose hosel may slant). I am unclear what a slant neck is supposed to help to accomplish and why or why not it might help someone. I've found amazing little to read about slant necks on the interwebs... Who has some good info? Thanks.
  12. Nice. Thanks. Will look into them. Love to try everything, but also want to play golf. I'd be interested to hear if anyone plays Accra. I had one in my bag about five years ago and it was great.
  13. Getting fit for new shaft. I have lots of experience with $$$ Obans, UST Mamiyas, Project Xs, Padersons, Fujikuras, etc. I've been playing Paderson for about two and a half years and love their smooth liner release. What has come on the market in the past couple years that is marketed as low spin and low/mid-low launch, which doesn't have an overly "boardy" feel? I've hit the Even Flow and do like it, but I'm wondering what else might fit the bill? I'm 115-120mph; about 13 launch; mid-agressive tempo. Thanks!
  14. Nice description, thanks! Yah, I meant the Forged version of the XTD. I love the CMBs. Whenever I see a set on eBay in very good condition, I have a hard time ignoring them.
  15. Hey Adams fans (or anyone else who has an opinion). I have a set (OK, 4 sets) of CMBs I've horded away for the future. I've never played the XTDs, but have heard that they're a lot like the CMBs but basically longer. While I don't need the length, I'm wondering if anyone has any experience with boths sets and has a compare/contrast to share? Head shape/dispersion/trajectory, etc. Thanks!
  16. Hey folks. I have two sets of Ernie Vadersen original Snake Eyes wedges (10, 11, 12). His wedges - grinds, head shape and hosel design (moreso on the 11 and 12) - are the best looking and playing wedges I've ever had; and I judge every wedge I try out against his designs. I even had a set of his Snake Eyes MB1s back in 1998-2000. Anyone remember or still play his gear? Another reason for this post is that I'm finally thinning out my old gear and am gauging interest about if people only play conforming gear these days? Does anyone pull out their nonconforming wedges for fun? I'm to
  17. Hey there. I've been a lurker for about six years and started to donate a couple years ago. For a while every club in my bag was influenced by MGS. I recently got my hands on some NOS Scratch wedges which kicked out a set of Mizunos; and have fallen in love with a Bobby Grace putter which has - at least - temporarily displaced my Gen 1 ER3. Wondering for about a year whether I should pull the trigger on an Arrcos (I'm a bit of a control freak). Love golf! Love golf equipment!
  18. I tried out the Evnroll ER2 and ER3 and settled on the 3. Took it to my clubmaker - Top 100 guy - and went through a lengthy process of dialing it in. Correct that it has less toe hang than the Grace. I think the Er3 is 30 degrees down and the Grace 18 Blade must be about 75 degrees +/-. I do suspect that more hang does fit my stroke better. I did see the new Evnroll models they are releasing and wondered myself whether their new heel shafted mid mallet would be a winner, but got the Grace and just love it to death - looks great and the insert feel so solid. I don't have exact specs on t
  19. +1 For Bobby Grace. I "stole" a near new 18 Blade off eBay a month ago. I played a custom fitted (short length, flat lie, heavy weight, grip) Evnroll ER3 all last season - and loved it - and the stock unfitted Grace puts it to shame. No joke. Yes, makes me wonder about the fitting, but I know the fitter well and it was legit.
  20. So, I've read the major Arccos/ShotScope thread and mined the internet for any useful opinions about both. I want all the analytics of ShotScopt, but also the windspeed-direction/elevation data of Arccos. Don't care about the Arccos club suggestions - I can do the math. Does Arccos provide all the analytics ShotScope does? What's lacking from Arccos from the data standpoint? Is the Arccos user interface lacking? ShotScope's interface better/more useful?
  21. My ss is about 115-120. A typically flush hit ball carries 295-300. Just a few months ago I replaced my 2016 TaylorMade M1 9.5 degree with a Z565 9.5. I had my M1 weight up and centered. With the same shaft, the 565 absolutely hammered the ball. More boring trajectory, much more roll. I upped the 565 loft to 10 and got a bit more attractive trajectory, but I was curious enough about optimizing the 565 that I went ahead and bought a 10.5 head off eBay and turned it down to 10 degree. I don't believe tuning the 9.5 up to 10 or the 10.5 down to 10 changed the lie, but for some reason, the
  22. So after a good bit more experimenting with the two, I'm sticking with the ER3 which had the best distance control originally. After a bit more practice, I was hitting the line just as well as with the ER2 and distance control was still better with the ER3 for some reason. ER2 has a 25 degree toe hang and ER3 has 30 degrees - would 5 degree of toe hang make a big difference in distance? The putters are the same otherwise - length, head weight, loft, lie - with only the look and toe hang different.
  23. So, I'm testing a couple putters: Evnroll ER2 and ER3. I have better line control (that is, I seem to set up to my line better) with the ER2 and better speed control with the ER3. Very few of my putts from 5, 10, 20 feet were off-line with the ER2. Between the ER2 and ER3, speed control was basically the same at 5 and 20 feet, but for some reason my speed control with the ER2 was a full 12" worse at 10 feet. What would you choose and why?
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