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robotnoises

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About robotnoises

  • Birthday 11/03/1982

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Tallahassee, FL
  • Interests
    Golf, software development, and chasing my kids.
  • Handicap:
    20
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  1. My WITB with prices: Driver: Cobra F6 - $125 ... got it customized directly from Cobra during a big sale early this year Utility: Cobra KING Utility Black One Length (21*) - $103 ... Picked it up on eBay right after the PGA show... pretty sure it was a demo club 5I-GW: Cobra KING F7 One Length - $234 ... New in plastic from eBay Wedges: Mizuno MP T5 - $58 ... Got a set of 3 on eBay for $105, sold the gap wedge for $47 for a net of $58 Putter: Odyssey White Hot Pro 2.0 Rossie (Black) - $90 ... New from Edwin Watts Total: ~ $610 Price is definitely a factor fo
  2. It's safe to assume that most folks in this forum have put a lot of thought into what is in their respective bags. The question is, how much did it set you back? Was price a factor in your decision? If so, how much? My WITB with prices: Driver: Cobra F6 - $125 ... got it customized directly from Cobra during a big sale early this year Utility: Cobra KING Utility Black One Length (21*) - $103 ... Picked it up on eBay right after the PGA show... pretty sure it was a demo club 5I-GW: Cobra KING F7 One Length - $234 ... New in plastic from eBay Wedges: Mizuno MP T5 - $58 ... Got a set o
  3. I recently took mine out of the bag. It's no more accurate for me off the tee than my driver (My driver is 1" short, so it's pretty accurate) and I really struggle hitting it off the deck. I'm a One Length player and my 21* utility club will get me around 200 with the added bonus of being very straight. Anything over 200, I'll just lay up.
  4. David - FL Mizuno MP-T5s - 52/9 56/10 60/6 50/54/58 in the Satin Chrome finish
  5. Man these are gorgeous. Unbelievable. I don't think I'd change a thing about them (looks-wise).
  6. Big congrats to the testers, looking forward to the reviews!
  7. I've had the PING G700s on my mind for a while now... the contest just serves to stoke that flame. I'm a decent ball striker but I've always wondered what would happen if I made the switch to an "ultra game improvement" iron. Sure, I'd catch the occasional flier, but I'm willing to bet my side-to-side dispersion would really tighten-up. I've also been thinking about buying a cheap left-handed putter. My golf instructor is a righty that putts left-handed, the reason being that he wants his dominant hand leading the club. I am a terrible putter, so I wonder if this would help fix me from ins
  8. Yep, I can attest, Unless there is some misunderstanding with their listing, those do not look like my set of JPX EZ Forged. Here's a photo:
  9. Man, the lighting and picture quality alone is the best I've seen on Youtube, and I watch a lot of Youtube! Good find, thanks for sharing.
  10. Welcome aboard, Ray, that's an impressive start to your second odyssey!
  11. Cobra KING Utility Black One Length Iron Review A few months ago I purchased a slightly shop-worn Single Length Cobra King Utility Black 4-iron with the hope that I'd be getting a do-it-all club. As a 22 handicapper, I tend to end up in a wide variety of lie/angle situations. After a few rounds under my belt I feel confident in saying that this is indeed a game-changer for anyone looking for more consistency. Here's my review: The Decision I have a pretty decent swing for my level of handicap. At 6'1” 190lbs, I can hit the ball decently straight and far. My problem is con
  12. David N. Florida, USA Mizuno JPX EZ Forged, True Temper XP95 S300 (Stiff) Anywhere between 145 and 165 carry, depending on the strike! I have been salivating over these irons ever since they were announced!
  13. Tier 1: Jordan Spieth Tier 2: Tommy Fleetwood Tier 3: Jimmy Walker Tier 4: Matthew Fitzpatrick Tier 5: Peter Uihlein Winning Score: -9
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