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  1. It was the regular Z Star (Yellow) and firmer throughout the bag. It was not bad, just less muted compared to the TP5 or XS. Who knows about 2020. It could be visual technology (camo), microchips like Oncore, or a hole-attracting magnet.
  2. I've been a Bstone XS player for years, but I tried the TP5 Pix and Z Star yesterday. Both played very well. The Z Star spun more around the green and felt a little more firm. I found the Z Star had a lower trajectory on drives and long irons. I think if someone was playing the Truvis, the Pix graphics would be appealing. It's a bit more subtle. I'll be going back to the XS, however, I could easily game either of the Z Star or TP5. The Bstone ball rep said that 2020, will showcase new technology in their ball. It did sound similar to Callaway a couple of years ago with "the Ball that changed the ball." Supposedly something that other companies will try and copy??? Interesting at least. This MGS report has really excited golfers, so I'm all in on their tests. Hit 'em well everyone!
  3. Olde Mill, Southwest Virginia.
  4. How do you like those Sub 70 irons? They look sweet!
  5. Cut has come out with a new Dual Core Blue ball. Test sleeves sold out in an hour from the guy at Cut that I spoke with yesterday.
  6. Geoff Virginia Louisville Louie 2.5 Strength on putts outside 10ft, weakness inside 10ft. I suppose a coin flip on exactly 10ft.
  7. Geoff / Vriginia Adams XTD TI / Ozik Matrix Red 108 mph / 9 handicap 12.5 degree / Tensei Blue Stiff Thanks
  8. Welcome to the forums VBPUTTS :)

     

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

     

    There are thousands of golfers waiting to get to know you.

     

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