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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from josmi15 in Stitch Golf SL2 Golf Bags - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations to the testers. Awesome looking bags. Looking forward to the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from sirchunksalot in Birdieball 2-In-1 Putting/Hitting Mat - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations to the testers. Looking forward to the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from Nick_D in Birdieball 2-In-1 Putting/Hitting Mat - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations to the testers. Looking forward to the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from OdinSnipes414 in Birdieball 2-In-1 Putting/Hitting Mat - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations to the testers. Looking forward to the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from MattF in Birdieball 2-In-1 Putting/Hitting Mat - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations to the testers. Looking forward to the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from Woody83 in Indi Golf Wedges - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations testers!  Cannot wait for the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from Woody83 in Stitch Golf SL2 Golf Bags - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations to the testers. Awesome looking bags. Looking forward to the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from OdinSnipes414 in Indi Golf Wedges - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations testers!  Cannot wait for the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from Nunfa0 in Indi Golf Wedges - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations testers!  Cannot wait for the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from Willie T in Indi Golf Wedges - 2023 Forum Review   
    Congratulations testers!  Cannot wait for the reviews. 
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from tony@CIC in Midwest: MN, WI, MI, IL, IN, OH, WV   
    My name is Kevin Nash, and I am 56 years young.  
    I have been playing golf since I was 10 years old.  My handicap is 1.  I love this game because every round is different.  No two days are alike and every round on the same course is different.  I love the challenge of trying to beat the course.
    I come to MyGolfSpy to learn about all aspects of the game.  I am hoping to be a club tester in the new . As of now, I do not know of any other spies on here.  Hopefully, I will get to meet some soon.
    I live in Floyds Knobs, IN.  I play at Old Capital Golf Club in Corydon, IN.
    The best part of playing golf in this area is because of the wide variety of surfaces we have the opportunity to play on.  You can play on Bent grass, Bermuda, Zoysia, and now we have a bluegrass that works well with the Bermuda.  The worst part of golf in this area is the length of the playing season when you are dealing with the warm season grasses and the humidity.
    I am a corporate trainer.  Prior to that, I was an educator in the public school system for 18 years.  I coached golf and was a demo day rep for Callaway Golf.  My parents and I ran a 9-hole golf facility for 17 years.
    My username best describes me as I am a golf nut!! 
     
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from CudaKota66 in Midwest: MN, WI, MI, IL, IN, OH, WV   
    My name is Kevin Nash, and I am 56 years young.  
    I have been playing golf since I was 10 years old.  My handicap is 1.  I love this game because every round is different.  No two days are alike and every round on the same course is different.  I love the challenge of trying to beat the course.
    I come to MyGolfSpy to learn about all aspects of the game.  I am hoping to be a club tester in the new . As of now, I do not know of any other spies on here.  Hopefully, I will get to meet some soon.
    I live in Floyds Knobs, IN.  I play at Old Capital Golf Club in Corydon, IN.
    The best part of playing golf in this area is because of the wide variety of surfaces we have the opportunity to play on.  You can play on Bent grass, Bermuda, Zoysia, and now we have a bluegrass that works well with the Bermuda.  The worst part of golf in this area is the length of the playing season when you are dealing with the warm season grasses and the humidity.
    I am a corporate trainer.  Prior to that, I was an educator in the public school system for 18 years.  I coached golf and was a demo day rep for Callaway Golf.  My parents and I ran a 9-hole golf facility for 17 years.
    My username best describes me as I am a golf nut!! 
     
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from JerryB in Midwest: MN, WI, MI, IL, IN, OH, WV   
    My name is Kevin Nash, and I am 56 years young.  
    I have been playing golf since I was 10 years old.  My handicap is 1.  I love this game because every round is different.  No two days are alike and every round on the same course is different.  I love the challenge of trying to beat the course.
    I come to MyGolfSpy to learn about all aspects of the game.  I am hoping to be a club tester in the new . As of now, I do not know of any other spies on here.  Hopefully, I will get to meet some soon.
    I live in Floyds Knobs, IN.  I play at Old Capital Golf Club in Corydon, IN.
    The best part of playing golf in this area is because of the wide variety of surfaces we have the opportunity to play on.  You can play on Bent grass, Bermuda, Zoysia, and now we have a bluegrass that works well with the Bermuda.  The worst part of golf in this area is the length of the playing season when you are dealing with the warm season grasses and the humidity.
    I am a corporate trainer.  Prior to that, I was an educator in the public school system for 18 years.  I coached golf and was a demo day rep for Callaway Golf.  My parents and I ran a 9-hole golf facility for 17 years.
    My username best describes me as I am a golf nut!! 
     
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from MattF in Midwest: MN, WI, MI, IL, IN, OH, WV   
    My name is Kevin Nash, and I am 56 years young.  
    I have been playing golf since I was 10 years old.  My handicap is 1.  I love this game because every round is different.  No two days are alike and every round on the same course is different.  I love the challenge of trying to beat the course.
    I come to MyGolfSpy to learn about all aspects of the game.  I am hoping to be a club tester in the new . As of now, I do not know of any other spies on here.  Hopefully, I will get to meet some soon.
    I live in Floyds Knobs, IN.  I play at Old Capital Golf Club in Corydon, IN.
    The best part of playing golf in this area is because of the wide variety of surfaces we have the opportunity to play on.  You can play on Bent grass, Bermuda, Zoysia, and now we have a bluegrass that works well with the Bermuda.  The worst part of golf in this area is the length of the playing season when you are dealing with the warm season grasses and the humidity.
    I am a corporate trainer.  Prior to that, I was an educator in the public school system for 18 years.  I coached golf and was a demo day rep for Callaway Golf.  My parents and I ran a 9-hole golf facility for 17 years.
    My username best describes me as I am a golf nut!! 
     
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from rkj427 in Midwest: MN, WI, MI, IL, IN, OH, WV   
    My name is Kevin Nash, and I am 56 years young.  
    I have been playing golf since I was 10 years old.  My handicap is 1.  I love this game because every round is different.  No two days are alike and every round on the same course is different.  I love the challenge of trying to beat the course.
    I come to MyGolfSpy to learn about all aspects of the game.  I am hoping to be a club tester in the new . As of now, I do not know of any other spies on here.  Hopefully, I will get to meet some soon.
    I live in Floyds Knobs, IN.  I play at Old Capital Golf Club in Corydon, IN.
    The best part of playing golf in this area is because of the wide variety of surfaces we have the opportunity to play on.  You can play on Bent grass, Bermuda, Zoysia, and now we have a bluegrass that works well with the Bermuda.  The worst part of golf in this area is the length of the playing season when you are dealing with the warm season grasses and the humidity.
    I am a corporate trainer.  Prior to that, I was an educator in the public school system for 18 years.  I coached golf and was a demo day rep for Callaway Golf.  My parents and I ran a 9-hole golf facility for 17 years.
    My username best describes me as I am a golf nut!! 
     
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    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from 202 in What Have You Bought Lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)   
    I just purchased the new Callaway Paradym driver and Callaway UW 17 degree. Like them both after 1 round but will give a full review after a few rounds. 
    Before I give you the update of the clubs, let me give you a little information about me.  I am 56 years old with a club head speed of 107.  I have been playing golf since I was 10. 
    Here is the review for both clubs.
    The 10.5 Paradym driver is great paired with the HZRDUS Smoke Blue PVD 60 gram 6.0 shaft that I was fit into a couple years ago.  I really like look of the club at the address position.  It sits square which is what is appealing to the better golfer.  The ball is fast coming off of the club.  The sound is much more muted than the Epic Flash which is what I compare it to since it also had the slider weight in the back.  I do feel like the Rogue LS was a little more muted sound, but it did not have the slider weight.  I am a sound and feel guy, so while it is not as muted as I would like the performance will keep the club in the bag.
    The Paradym is very forgiving and straight.  There is not much loss of distance on off center hits.  I also hit a lot more fairways compared to my other Titleist TSR3 driver.
    Overall I think Callaway did a great job with having 3 different heads that should fit various golfers this driver with the options of the X and the Triple Diamond heads.
    The 17 degree UW is a club that will fit the needs for the golfer looking for a ball flight in between a fairway wood and hybrid.  The first thing you will notice is the shorter length of the shaft.  It is shorter than a fairway shaft, but it is longer than a hybrid. 
    This ball comes off hot.  The appearance of the club from the address position is appealing.  The profile is right where you would expect it to be which is right between the fairway wood and a hybrid. 
    The ball flight is piercing.  If this is a club you are looking for off of the tee you will not be disappointed.  It is much more forgiving than a driving iron and the shorter shaft makes this club easier to control.  However, at 17 degrees if you are looking for a club to hit into par fives it may not be the club you want.  The performance is great off the tee for those tight par 4's.  I would like to try the higher lofts in this club to see how they perform.
    I will be looking to try the Paradym 3 wood to see if it is what I am looking for which is a club from the fairway as well as off the tee when needed.
    I hope this is helpful to those looking at the new Callaway Paradym driver.
  17. Like
    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from Merlin1313 in What Have You Bought Lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)   
    I just purchased the new Callaway Paradym driver and Callaway UW 17 degree. Like them both after 1 round but will give a full review after a few rounds. 
    Before I give you the update of the clubs, let me give you a little information about me.  I am 56 years old with a club head speed of 107.  I have been playing golf since I was 10. 
    Here is the review for both clubs.
    The 10.5 Paradym driver is great paired with the HZRDUS Smoke Blue PVD 60 gram 6.0 shaft that I was fit into a couple years ago.  I really like look of the club at the address position.  It sits square which is what is appealing to the better golfer.  The ball is fast coming off of the club.  The sound is much more muted than the Epic Flash which is what I compare it to since it also had the slider weight in the back.  I do feel like the Rogue LS was a little more muted sound, but it did not have the slider weight.  I am a sound and feel guy, so while it is not as muted as I would like the performance will keep the club in the bag.
    The Paradym is very forgiving and straight.  There is not much loss of distance on off center hits.  I also hit a lot more fairways compared to my other Titleist TSR3 driver.
    Overall I think Callaway did a great job with having 3 different heads that should fit various golfers this driver with the options of the X and the Triple Diamond heads.
    The 17 degree UW is a club that will fit the needs for the golfer looking for a ball flight in between a fairway wood and hybrid.  The first thing you will notice is the shorter length of the shaft.  It is shorter than a fairway shaft, but it is longer than a hybrid. 
    This ball comes off hot.  The appearance of the club from the address position is appealing.  The profile is right where you would expect it to be which is right between the fairway wood and a hybrid. 
    The ball flight is piercing.  If this is a club you are looking for off of the tee you will not be disappointed.  It is much more forgiving than a driving iron and the shorter shaft makes this club easier to control.  However, at 17 degrees if you are looking for a club to hit into par fives it may not be the club you want.  The performance is great off the tee for those tight par 4's.  I would like to try the higher lofts in this club to see how they perform.
    I will be looking to try the Paradym 3 wood to see if it is what I am looking for which is a club from the fairway as well as off the tee when needed.
    I hope this is helpful to those looking at the new Callaway Paradym driver.
  18. Like
    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from sirchunksalot in What Have You Bought Lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)   
    I just purchased the new Callaway Paradym driver and Callaway UW 17 degree. Like them both after 1 round but will give a full review after a few rounds. 
    Before I give you the update of the clubs, let me give you a little information about me.  I am 56 years old with a club head speed of 107.  I have been playing golf since I was 10. 
    Here is the review for both clubs.
    The 10.5 Paradym driver is great paired with the HZRDUS Smoke Blue PVD 60 gram 6.0 shaft that I was fit into a couple years ago.  I really like look of the club at the address position.  It sits square which is what is appealing to the better golfer.  The ball is fast coming off of the club.  The sound is much more muted than the Epic Flash which is what I compare it to since it also had the slider weight in the back.  I do feel like the Rogue LS was a little more muted sound, but it did not have the slider weight.  I am a sound and feel guy, so while it is not as muted as I would like the performance will keep the club in the bag.
    The Paradym is very forgiving and straight.  There is not much loss of distance on off center hits.  I also hit a lot more fairways compared to my other Titleist TSR3 driver.
    Overall I think Callaway did a great job with having 3 different heads that should fit various golfers this driver with the options of the X and the Triple Diamond heads.
    The 17 degree UW is a club that will fit the needs for the golfer looking for a ball flight in between a fairway wood and hybrid.  The first thing you will notice is the shorter length of the shaft.  It is shorter than a fairway shaft, but it is longer than a hybrid. 
    This ball comes off hot.  The appearance of the club from the address position is appealing.  The profile is right where you would expect it to be which is right between the fairway wood and a hybrid. 
    The ball flight is piercing.  If this is a club you are looking for off of the tee you will not be disappointed.  It is much more forgiving than a driving iron and the shorter shaft makes this club easier to control.  However, at 17 degrees if you are looking for a club to hit into par fives it may not be the club you want.  The performance is great off the tee for those tight par 4's.  I would like to try the higher lofts in this club to see how they perform.
    I will be looking to try the Paradym 3 wood to see if it is what I am looking for which is a club from the fairway as well as off the tee when needed.
    I hope this is helpful to those looking at the new Callaway Paradym driver.
  19. Like
    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from Kenny B in What Have You Bought Lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)   
    I just purchased the new Callaway Paradym driver and Callaway UW 17 degree. Like them both after 1 round but will give a full review after a few rounds. 
    Before I give you the update of the clubs, let me give you a little information about me.  I am 56 years old with a club head speed of 107.  I have been playing golf since I was 10. 
    Here is the review for both clubs.
    The 10.5 Paradym driver is great paired with the HZRDUS Smoke Blue PVD 60 gram 6.0 shaft that I was fit into a couple years ago.  I really like look of the club at the address position.  It sits square which is what is appealing to the better golfer.  The ball is fast coming off of the club.  The sound is much more muted than the Epic Flash which is what I compare it to since it also had the slider weight in the back.  I do feel like the Rogue LS was a little more muted sound, but it did not have the slider weight.  I am a sound and feel guy, so while it is not as muted as I would like the performance will keep the club in the bag.
    The Paradym is very forgiving and straight.  There is not much loss of distance on off center hits.  I also hit a lot more fairways compared to my other Titleist TSR3 driver.
    Overall I think Callaway did a great job with having 3 different heads that should fit various golfers this driver with the options of the X and the Triple Diamond heads.
    The 17 degree UW is a club that will fit the needs for the golfer looking for a ball flight in between a fairway wood and hybrid.  The first thing you will notice is the shorter length of the shaft.  It is shorter than a fairway shaft, but it is longer than a hybrid. 
    This ball comes off hot.  The appearance of the club from the address position is appealing.  The profile is right where you would expect it to be which is right between the fairway wood and a hybrid. 
    The ball flight is piercing.  If this is a club you are looking for off of the tee you will not be disappointed.  It is much more forgiving than a driving iron and the shorter shaft makes this club easier to control.  However, at 17 degrees if you are looking for a club to hit into par fives it may not be the club you want.  The performance is great off the tee for those tight par 4's.  I would like to try the higher lofts in this club to see how they perform.
    I will be looking to try the Paradym 3 wood to see if it is what I am looking for which is a club from the fairway as well as off the tee when needed.
    I hope this is helpful to those looking at the new Callaway Paradym driver.
  20. Like
    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from cksurfdude in What Have You Bought Lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)   
    I just purchased the new Callaway Paradym driver and Callaway UW 17 degree. Like them both after 1 round but will give a full review after a few rounds. 
    Before I give you the update of the clubs, let me give you a little information about me.  I am 56 years old with a club head speed of 107.  I have been playing golf since I was 10. 
    Here is the review for both clubs.
    The 10.5 Paradym driver is great paired with the HZRDUS Smoke Blue PVD 60 gram 6.0 shaft that I was fit into a couple years ago.  I really like look of the club at the address position.  It sits square which is what is appealing to the better golfer.  The ball is fast coming off of the club.  The sound is much more muted than the Epic Flash which is what I compare it to since it also had the slider weight in the back.  I do feel like the Rogue LS was a little more muted sound, but it did not have the slider weight.  I am a sound and feel guy, so while it is not as muted as I would like the performance will keep the club in the bag.
    The Paradym is very forgiving and straight.  There is not much loss of distance on off center hits.  I also hit a lot more fairways compared to my other Titleist TSR3 driver.
    Overall I think Callaway did a great job with having 3 different heads that should fit various golfers this driver with the options of the X and the Triple Diamond heads.
    The 17 degree UW is a club that will fit the needs for the golfer looking for a ball flight in between a fairway wood and hybrid.  The first thing you will notice is the shorter length of the shaft.  It is shorter than a fairway shaft, but it is longer than a hybrid. 
    This ball comes off hot.  The appearance of the club from the address position is appealing.  The profile is right where you would expect it to be which is right between the fairway wood and a hybrid. 
    The ball flight is piercing.  If this is a club you are looking for off of the tee you will not be disappointed.  It is much more forgiving than a driving iron and the shorter shaft makes this club easier to control.  However, at 17 degrees if you are looking for a club to hit into par fives it may not be the club you want.  The performance is great off the tee for those tight par 4's.  I would like to try the higher lofts in this club to see how they perform.
    I will be looking to try the Paradym 3 wood to see if it is what I am looking for which is a club from the fairway as well as off the tee when needed.
    I hope this is helpful to those looking at the new Callaway Paradym driver.
  21. Like
    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from GolfSpy_SHARK in What Have You Bought Lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)   
    I just purchased the new Callaway Paradym driver and Callaway UW 17 degree. Like them both after 1 round but will give a full review after a few rounds. 
    Before I give you the update of the clubs, let me give you a little information about me.  I am 56 years old with a club head speed of 107.  I have been playing golf since I was 10. 
    Here is the review for both clubs.
    The 10.5 Paradym driver is great paired with the HZRDUS Smoke Blue PVD 60 gram 6.0 shaft that I was fit into a couple years ago.  I really like look of the club at the address position.  It sits square which is what is appealing to the better golfer.  The ball is fast coming off of the club.  The sound is much more muted than the Epic Flash which is what I compare it to since it also had the slider weight in the back.  I do feel like the Rogue LS was a little more muted sound, but it did not have the slider weight.  I am a sound and feel guy, so while it is not as muted as I would like the performance will keep the club in the bag.
    The Paradym is very forgiving and straight.  There is not much loss of distance on off center hits.  I also hit a lot more fairways compared to my other Titleist TSR3 driver.
    Overall I think Callaway did a great job with having 3 different heads that should fit various golfers this driver with the options of the X and the Triple Diamond heads.
    The 17 degree UW is a club that will fit the needs for the golfer looking for a ball flight in between a fairway wood and hybrid.  The first thing you will notice is the shorter length of the shaft.  It is shorter than a fairway shaft, but it is longer than a hybrid. 
    This ball comes off hot.  The appearance of the club from the address position is appealing.  The profile is right where you would expect it to be which is right between the fairway wood and a hybrid. 
    The ball flight is piercing.  If this is a club you are looking for off of the tee you will not be disappointed.  It is much more forgiving than a driving iron and the shorter shaft makes this club easier to control.  However, at 17 degrees if you are looking for a club to hit into par fives it may not be the club you want.  The performance is great off the tee for those tight par 4's.  I would like to try the higher lofts in this club to see how they perform.
    I will be looking to try the Paradym 3 wood to see if it is what I am looking for which is a club from the fairway as well as off the tee when needed.
    I hope this is helpful to those looking at the new Callaway Paradym driver.
  22. Like
    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from MattF in What Have You Bought Lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)   
    I just purchased the new Callaway Paradym driver and Callaway UW 17 degree. Like them both after 1 round but will give a full review after a few rounds. 
    Before I give you the update of the clubs, let me give you a little information about me.  I am 56 years old with a club head speed of 107.  I have been playing golf since I was 10. 
    Here is the review for both clubs.
    The 10.5 Paradym driver is great paired with the HZRDUS Smoke Blue PVD 60 gram 6.0 shaft that I was fit into a couple years ago.  I really like look of the club at the address position.  It sits square which is what is appealing to the better golfer.  The ball is fast coming off of the club.  The sound is much more muted than the Epic Flash which is what I compare it to since it also had the slider weight in the back.  I do feel like the Rogue LS was a little more muted sound, but it did not have the slider weight.  I am a sound and feel guy, so while it is not as muted as I would like the performance will keep the club in the bag.
    The Paradym is very forgiving and straight.  There is not much loss of distance on off center hits.  I also hit a lot more fairways compared to my other Titleist TSR3 driver.
    Overall I think Callaway did a great job with having 3 different heads that should fit various golfers this driver with the options of the X and the Triple Diamond heads.
    The 17 degree UW is a club that will fit the needs for the golfer looking for a ball flight in between a fairway wood and hybrid.  The first thing you will notice is the shorter length of the shaft.  It is shorter than a fairway shaft, but it is longer than a hybrid. 
    This ball comes off hot.  The appearance of the club from the address position is appealing.  The profile is right where you would expect it to be which is right between the fairway wood and a hybrid. 
    The ball flight is piercing.  If this is a club you are looking for off of the tee you will not be disappointed.  It is much more forgiving than a driving iron and the shorter shaft makes this club easier to control.  However, at 17 degrees if you are looking for a club to hit into par fives it may not be the club you want.  The performance is great off the tee for those tight par 4's.  I would like to try the higher lofts in this club to see how they perform.
    I will be looking to try the Paradym 3 wood to see if it is what I am looking for which is a club from the fairway as well as off the tee when needed.
    I hope this is helpful to those looking at the new Callaway Paradym driver.
  23. Like
    KevGolfnut61 got a reaction from Bang60 in What Have You Bought Lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)   
    I just purchased the new Callaway Paradym driver and Callaway UW 17 degree. Like them both after 1 round but will give a full review after a few rounds. 
    Before I give you the update of the clubs, let me give you a little information about me.  I am 56 years old with a club head speed of 107.  I have been playing golf since I was 10. 
    Here is the review for both clubs.
    The 10.5 Paradym driver is great paired with the HZRDUS Smoke Blue PVD 60 gram 6.0 shaft that I was fit into a couple years ago.  I really like look of the club at the address position.  It sits square which is what is appealing to the better golfer.  The ball is fast coming off of the club.  The sound is much more muted than the Epic Flash which is what I compare it to since it also had the slider weight in the back.  I do feel like the Rogue LS was a little more muted sound, but it did not have the slider weight.  I am a sound and feel guy, so while it is not as muted as I would like the performance will keep the club in the bag.
    The Paradym is very forgiving and straight.  There is not much loss of distance on off center hits.  I also hit a lot more fairways compared to my other Titleist TSR3 driver.
    Overall I think Callaway did a great job with having 3 different heads that should fit various golfers this driver with the options of the X and the Triple Diamond heads.
    The 17 degree UW is a club that will fit the needs for the golfer looking for a ball flight in between a fairway wood and hybrid.  The first thing you will notice is the shorter length of the shaft.  It is shorter than a fairway shaft, but it is longer than a hybrid. 
    This ball comes off hot.  The appearance of the club from the address position is appealing.  The profile is right where you would expect it to be which is right between the fairway wood and a hybrid. 
    The ball flight is piercing.  If this is a club you are looking for off of the tee you will not be disappointed.  It is much more forgiving than a driving iron and the shorter shaft makes this club easier to control.  However, at 17 degrees if you are looking for a club to hit into par fives it may not be the club you want.  The performance is great off the tee for those tight par 4's.  I would like to try the higher lofts in this club to see how they perform.
    I will be looking to try the Paradym 3 wood to see if it is what I am looking for which is a club from the fairway as well as off the tee when needed.
    I hope this is helpful to those looking at the new Callaway Paradym driver.
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