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  1. I've been looking into some new irons. And would like to try out the mizuno fli hi. Has anyone mixed these into their bag? How do you like them?
  2. I love my Scotty Cameron Studio Select. Are there better, more forgiving putters? Yes, there are. But if you're going to put, put with style is what I say. Anywho, as you can see, I'm long over do for a new putter grip. This putter is probably 6 years old and I have yet to replace the grip. My question is what grip should I replace it with that has a similar shape and yet still stylish? Suggestions anyone? Thanks!
  3. Sounds like a pretty awesome day! My only concern with fitting is the day to day variability. But I suppose you just assume the best and make a decision. Better than going in blind and just picking the pretty ones off the shelf. No regrets so far??
  4. Yea, I can see where they were going. Maybe they could make it less subtle? Or is that illegal, I'm not sure. It's rough adding tech to something so simple as a grip. I guess, for me it was a little disappointing in that I didn't notice it more.
  5. Justin here (aka whoopwhoop) from Utah I'm gaming some Taylormade Speedblade Irons, stiff flex I'm a 12 handicap at the moment *C300 Forged* seems like the best fit, looking for some softer irons. ​Wilson has been putting out some nice irons lately! Can I get more power holes please?!
  6. Love the name of this Post! For me it will always be anything Pinnacle. Though I always think of pickles when I see it written out. So, I guess that makes them less bad?
  7. Whoopwhoop here, I was lucky enough to be a tester for the Golf Pride Align grip giveaway Golf Pride did a few weeks ago and decided to do a quick review. First off, I love trying new equipment so I was delighted to get a grip in the mail. When I entered, I had three choices of Golf Pride's Align line. One was oversize option, one was the MCC dual compound and the third was their tour velvet. All had this new align grip feature that intrigued me. I've never have tried a dual compound grip before so that's the one I picked. Once I got it in the mail. I quickly put on some Marley and set up shop in my kitchen (ahh city livin'). I've attached a picture of me putting it on my driver. I have a oldish Callaway Diablo driver that had the stock grip still on it. Just some notes from testing it on the course: 1) Looks really pretty, though I'm not a huge fan of the white. I'd prefer it in red. 2) The alignment feature, It's supposed to help you align your grip properly every time and a sensation of alignment during the swing. This to me wasn't clear at first because I thought it was visual, but nope, goes on the bottom of the shaft. And that's the last I ever thought of it. Just marketing mubo jumbo to me. I will say that knowing it was there did make me think it might have some extremely subtle effect, but it's not noticeable. 3) Performance: Well, this is subjective. However, I will say I think dual compound is good for a firmer grip. I generally like firmer grips. This grip also seems like it will do well for my sweaty hands in the summer. 4) Conclusions: For me, I wouldn't switch over my grips onto the rest of my clubs with the Golf Pride MCC align. I think the helpfulness of the alignment line is marketing silliness and didn't notice it as much help. As for the multi compound, I didn't really like it and wish I chose the Tour Velvet. I think that's the best option for me. If you're on a budget, I wouldn't pay extra for the alignment feature or MCC. And honestly, I will be much more careful about marketing features from the golf industry in general after trying the Align grips for myself.
  8. Hello! I'm new to golf spy. But am really excited. Mostly to talk tech, new equipment and about the majors. I'm very detailed, work in the science field and love the game. I've played for many many years and grew up working on golf courses as a caddy, on range duty, and as a cart boy. Excited to see what mygolfspy is all about!
  9. Welcome to the forums whoopwhoop893 :)

     

    We are glad to have you at MGS. Go start your first message!

     

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