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  1. In case you had any curiosity to know more about the TSWs here is a review post that might help. https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/38309-maltby-tsw-wedge-5612/ Maltby TSW Wedge (56/12) the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..
  2. Depending on what your personal finances and/or interests are, you could use this as a beginning to learning about club building. IMO it's become a fun and helpful hobby. I've scavenges heads and shafts and put clubs together here and there. There's definitely some reward in using clubs you personally out together. Also, as mentioned previously, you can have the 5i extended for minimal cost. the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..
  3. Hopefully no offense was taken by my comment. Of course we all hope to reach the green in 2 right? [emoji39] Reality is that most don't.. not even lower handicaps. Not bragging on hdcp but I'm in the single digits currently and I don't anticipate hitting all greens in reg. That said, my wedge game is my bail-out and a huge contributing factor to my overall game AND all because I've put in loads of time practicing. the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..
  4. Hey JDP! Welcome to the form.. well sort of based on your post [emoji39] So IMO nets are a tough thing to really quantify the benefits with. Not saying they're not helpful but unless you really know your swing and the feeling of a well struck ball, and how the feeling will equate to spin and shape of the shot, it's just really hard to know without some kind of launch monitor to accompany you. The drills I'd recommend would utilize more the clubs or other equipment and the net just happens to be there to keep the ball in your yard. The old foot spray on the club face drill i
  5. So many great posts on this one! It's so apparent that the MGS community is full of soul, character, and admiration for one another. Without even knowing, you actually took a first major step in the right direction with this thread. You posted something that invoked interest. Something that inspired others to participate and follow along. You reached out to those who perhaps might have more experience and can impart their wisdom AND you were a voice for others who might have the same valid questions. As others have mentioned, testing is an "all-in" experience. The moderators follow us all.
  6. what a top notch group! Can't wait to follow your journey on this one. Very interested in the new face material/look and to see how the adjustment works on the TSi3.
  7. It sounds weird, but the e12 soft is much better in non-white. We did a forum test on the e12's and the whites seemed to have a pretty bad durability issue. Good ball, but I was going through 1- 2 balls in a round.. and not because I was losing them. At the end of the day, a ProV was a better value. the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..
  8. Yeah there's definitely a seasonal use for the Cold Brew. Once the temp starts to really drop, I'll switch over to the hot stuff. I think there are a few methods to making Cold Brew so it just depends on what works for you. I make mine in the French Press OR Aeropress. I think the extraction method can accelerate the process a little as it uses pressure to pull the flavor out rather than time. That said, I still prefer a good over night chill when using the French Press. I'll start with a standard 200* pour over a fine grind filling about 2" of the bottom of the press. Then I'll us
  9. I'll be looking for your reaction post in the morning [emoji12] The only thing you have to be careful about with the cold brew, is that it's really easy to drink a lot quickly. [emoji2957][emoji2962] the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..
  10. Oh man that's awesome! Good to see that you gained back the distance and control you were hoping for. the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..
  11. That's usually about how it works around here.. except for this year. It's mid-October and still 100* out Which reminds me.. I have a new batch in the fridge right now in the French Press. It's time for some cold brew!
  12. I would venture to guess that Cold brew is probably more popular here in AZ and other warmer states? Something about drinking something only slightly warmer than the weather during the summer.. not too attractive.. to me anyway IMO, home brewed cold brew is much better than anything in the stores or coffee shops. Now if I could only get my mitts on a nitro brew contraption and learn that skillset, I'd be set!
  13. If you're a fan of a good cold brew, the Aeropress also does a pretty good job with that. Very quick and simple too.
  14. Really liked the BR CAF. I have a very high tolerance to caffeine so it takes a bit extra to get me in the zone. If you're a caffeine head like me, another brand that I've really enjoyed is SIN Performance Coffee. Looking past all of the marketing hooplah, it has a nice bold almost chocolate-like flavor with absolutely no bitterness or acidity. It's finely pre-ground (I know, I know..) and is very firmly packed so you're not getting an airy 17 oz pack. I like the fine grind for the Aeropress or French Press. I usually find that 1 cup is good to get me through most of the day with no cras
  15. Maltby TS-1's / TSW wedges I've been posting about these just about everywhere I can on MGS. I'm completely mental over these clubs. They're not new in 2020 but still very current in tech and looks. After my recent comparison against the new TM P770's, and having these completely blow a $1400 club out of the water in all aspects for less than half the price, it was confirmed to me that these are probably the nicest and best performing clubs I've ever played. the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..
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