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  1. Really enjoyed watching this format, particularly with the women teams included. Be a tough job picking the spot for the ladies' tees vs the men's, to make a drive like for like for women. Another good way to help women get on the main screen for golf, so the prize pool can increase for them.
  2. I switch a but between the RX and the RXS... Usually the RXS in the summer, RX other times. RCS feels better IMHO, I like soft.
  3. I'm looking at shafts weights (65g for a driver here, 115g for a wedge there...) and was wondering how they measured that. Is it 115g per linear metre, 115g per square metre of material, if it's 115g for the longest shaft they make in that style/weight before it gets trimmed (If so is there a standard between Aldila and KBS and Fujikura etc).
  4. Been having fun playing around with a design your own putter applet at Lajosi Golf Australia. As a result, been trying to fine a summary of each face mill type... What does deeper milling mean, the concentric waves vs straight mill etc. Any guides out there?
  5. I've ended up only playing the F8 OL irons, no metalwoods, much improved.. Bent a One Length Black Utility to 16.5* for a genuine 3 iron / driving iron. Hit that 200m consistently, so looking to drop a couple more spots now.
  6. Hey all, Anyone bought one of Vice's stand bags? The barrel of my bag is about to die, have been eyeing these off... But I hate buying something I haven't seen in the flesh (?) before. My favourite bag was from a gone bust company called Lind Golf, but can't find a bag with as many features. Unfortunately not heaps of pictures of the Vice bag that aren't dolled up and taken from a romantic angle.
  7. Couple of other variations that I managed with my SS28 Armlock if those trialling are fiddlers. Just like to acknowledge @CarlH first and his comment that a goal could be to trial these putters 'off the shelf'. 1) Imitated DeChambeau with getting a thicker 17" grip and rotating it so the flat is testing against your forearm. I found a nice cheap Superstroke 1.3 17" to play with, feels a lot more comfortable. 2) Counterweight. Ended up adding 40g of tungsten powder to the butt end. Felt had more control of the head when the CoG was about 1/4 of the way up. This was the #1 improvement for distance control. 3) Swapped the shaft for a UST Frequency putter shaft that was lying around the local pro shop discarded. Had to cut it to maintain the dynamic loft. Felt much softer.
  8. Thinking that along with the armlocks, reviewers need to be taught the armlock technique specifically. Taken me a while to find a good technique that works better than the Evnroll I had.
  9. Just found one of these, wondered about them!
  10. Tour players would struggle to break even on country tracks, partially because they are used to manicured courses, partially because the green are a fraction of the size of top tier courses.
  11. And... You lose 90% of your players. I agree somewhat, but... No.
  12. I love the idea (grab half my irons and Wedges, plus putter, easy to haul around in a carry bag, or jus PW and putter), but then look at personal history. Have a Par 3 course 20 mins away, never been. Another an hour way, been once. Everytime, I end up going to the range, or playing 4 and a half holes (15 mins away). Observationally, the 20min par 3 (At a seaside resort town, and is very good condition, one of our grounds gaff parents own it, and he learnt how to greens keep there) remains quiet at peak times, as the grandparents will take the kiddies to the range instead. So great ideas, but has to overcome a lot of the impetus of habit.
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