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    MIgregb reacted to GolfSpy_APH in L.A.B. DF3 Putter   
    Well tomorrow this hits the main site socials and I am guessing it goes bananas... last year this similar test from lab got 12k... that's a lot. Will this get close?
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    MIgregb got a reaction from CFreddie in L.A.B. DF3 Putter   
    I show 2 putters in my signature, but I've defaulted to the Sabertooth because I could bend it more upright for the grip that works best for me. It sounds like LAB can build in the lie angle that best suits you. I would love to try that with the slimmer DF3.
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    MIgregb reacted to GolfSpy_APH in L.A.B. DF3 Putter   
    Fine @cnosil you were right... but now you will have to start guessing something else!
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    MIgregb got a reaction from funkyjudge in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe   
    Maybe because of my foot issues (hammer toe), the 1st gen model I have are far more comfortable than any other shoe I ever owned. And I don't remember having any trouble with break-in, but that could be because I was so pleased with their comfort. But they absolutely heavy!
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    MIgregb reacted to funkyjudge in SQAIRZ VELO Shoe   
    The earlier generation Squairz golf shoes were very heavy and stiff (particularly the first generation ones), and never seemed to get broken-in no matter how often you wore them. Later generation Squairz have gotten better, although I think that the original Squairz Speed model took a slight step backwards in the comfort department (at least my black Squairz Speed shoes did). I still wear those black Squairz Speed shoes as one of the two pairs of Squairz that are in my regular shoe rotation. The other pair of Squairz that I wear regularly are a special-edition red, white, and blue “Nashville Americana” model with tiny guitars in the design along with little American flags. Those are the most comfortable pair of Squairz, and possibly the most comfortable overall pair of golf shoes, that I own and that I have owned in several decades of playing golf.
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    MIgregb got a reaction from ButchE in 2023 MGS Forum Test: SwingU Pro Golf App   
    I agree! I decided to give it a try and found it to be pretty darn accurate and (so far) fast in settling on a distance. I also really like that they provide an unofficial handicap calculation, even on the free version, based upon the rounds you have in the system. I asked if they follow the USGA handicap formula and they said they don't adjust for weather conditions, but imply they otherwise do. That works for my needs, so it's great!
    They have also been extremely responsive to questions and requested edits. I asked for tee-box, slope and course rating updates on two different courses and they got it done in a day. Pretty terrific!
    As most subscription apps do, they offer a solid discount on 1st year sign-up of which I've taken advantage. There's a LOT to it and I'm just scratching the surface, so no usability opinion yet.
    BUT... the one thing that I really hate, you'll start receiving tons of spam emails from their "partners". I think I've been able to successfully unsubscribe to most, but I hate having to go through that. There was probably a choice to opt out when signing up, only I never saw it.
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    MIgregb got a reaction from GolfSpy SAM in 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons   
    When I first saw these, they reminded me of the old Hogan Medallions I owned back in the 90's. Comparing side-by-side, not so much. I haven't hit a Callaway club of any kind in probably 8 years, and it would be interesting to see how these stack up against my JPX 919 HM. The Paradym model has much less offset than my 919HM (of which I like the looks) but the Paradym X has more. Regardless of whether I get selected, I have to run to Carl's to check them out. Good luck to whoever is selected!
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    MIgregb got a reaction from EasyPutter in 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons   
    When I first saw these, they reminded me of the old Hogan Medallions I owned back in the 90's. Comparing side-by-side, not so much. I haven't hit a Callaway club of any kind in probably 8 years, and it would be interesting to see how these stack up against my JPX 919 HM. The Paradym model has much less offset than my 919HM (of which I like the looks) but the Paradym X has more. Regardless of whether I get selected, I have to run to Carl's to check them out. Good luck to whoever is selected!
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    MIgregb got a reaction from GolfSpy TCB in 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons   
    When I first saw these, they reminded me of the old Hogan Medallions I owned back in the 90's. Comparing side-by-side, not so much. I haven't hit a Callaway club of any kind in probably 8 years, and it would be interesting to see how these stack up against my JPX 919 HM. The Paradym model has much less offset than my 919HM (of which I like the looks) but the Paradym X has more. Regardless of whether I get selected, I have to run to Carl's to check them out. Good luck to whoever is selected!
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    MIgregb reacted to GolfSpy BOS in 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons   
    Super excited to be kicking off the 2023 Member Testing Season with Callaway golf and the Paradym and Paradym X irons! 
    I can't wait to see these in the bags of our members as @Golfspy_CG2 and @Golfspy_TCB have been singing their praises already this year.  It seems like Callaway has a real winner on their hands here!  What do you all think?  Will these live up to the hype?  Would you put them in play?
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    MIgregb reacted to GolfSpy_APH in 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons   
    We are SUPER excited to kick off this season for Member Testing with an incredible opportunity from Callaway! 
    We heard what everyone said last year and wanted to bring out this season with a real bang. 
    Best of luck to all that sign up and be sure to check out these threads for all the new members here!
    https://forum.mygolfspy.com/faq/testing/how-are-equipment-testers-chosen-r11/
    https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/49045-2023-want-to-be-a-mgs-forum-tester-read-here/
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    MIgregb reacted to EasyPutter in 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons   
    What a great way to kick off the MGS Forum testing for 2023, had a chance to swing one of these during the just finished WNY PGA HOPE Session indoors at Wildwood CC in Rush NY on their indoor simulators.  Would be nice to see how they swing in the outdoors on real grass where golf has its roots and we love to play!  Got a chance to play my first round outdoors yesterday and true to form, the ability to take a little divot possible on grass that is unforgiving on an indoor hitting mat had early holes playing well.  Need to get back into playing form as later holes gave me more exercise ⛳ and plenty of that coming so raising my hand 🙋‍♂️ and request if chosen to test please put me down as one of the Paradym testers.  Best of luck for everyone applying and for everyone in the Northern Hemisphere who's golf is getting back on track after the annual hiatus to celebrate winter 😉
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    MIgregb reacted to xOldBenKenobiX in 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons   
    What a great way to start the testing season, good luck to all who apply.
     
    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
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    MIgregb reacted to IndyBonzo in 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons   
    MGS brings the heat with the first test of 2023!  Great choice.  These are very intriguing irons.  Callaway (sortof) claims the standard irons are the best of all worlds - strong lofts, high ball speed and distance, with forgiveness, in a high launching, workable, compact player’s  iron package.   An online fitter just this week recommended these to me as a first choice.  Coming out of the APEX DCBs and currently experimenting with 15 year-old Mizuno “half-cavity” irons, Callaway’s description certainly appeals to me, and must be similarly appealing to the golfing masses.  Can I achieve APEX DCB - equivalent or better distance and forgiveness with blade-like appearance, feel, and feedback?  If yes, sign me up all day, everyday.  I am going to test the Paradyms no matter what.  It would be a  blast to do so for MGS’s readers.  
     
    This will be exciting to follow.  
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    MIgregb got a reaction from IndyBonzo in 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Irons   
    When I first saw these, they reminded me of the old Hogan Medallions I owned back in the 90's. Comparing side-by-side, not so much. I haven't hit a Callaway club of any kind in probably 8 years, and it would be interesting to see how these stack up against my JPX 919 HM. The Paradym model has much less offset than my 919HM (of which I like the looks) but the Paradym X has more. Regardless of whether I get selected, I have to run to Carl's to check them out. Good luck to whoever is selected!
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    MIgregb got a reaction from YourKillingMeSmalls in Edel SMS Wedges   
    I've been using Shot Scope for 3 years now and would love to test the Edel wedges against my Ping Glide 2.0 wedges.
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