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  1. Nice to get a confirmation that what you have is working. I have the 818 H2 at 19 and am really getting along with it as well but like you it is the oldest club in my bag and I am restless. Was the TSi2 too large and/or left-prone to consider?
  2. Nice write up! My normal buying decision would probably be to buy the Cobra too given the price difference- and I would feel smart and more justified in buying a new club but being more fiscally responsible! Then I would pine over the TSi after every bad shot and end up buying a new driver again 12 months later . I am mentally weak like that...
  3. I have the 54S and 58M in Slate Blue on the SM7s. Finish holds up really well - not quite DBM level of indestructible, but the best I have played outside of DBM. I picked up two of each when PGASS dropped the price to $119 about a year ago so I will be playing these bad boys for the next few years. The Modus 125 was a better premium shaft to make the stock offering than this version's S200 in my opinion, but still a great club (if not a great value)
  4. Yeah, one of my absolute favorite courses, but definitely offers a big test for both the boom stick and the flat stick.
  5. Nice! I am still enjoying mine. I think it checks every box that a driver can check, and the level of adjustability for the fitter to get me dialed in makes me feel confident that I have a club well-suited for me. That's not to say it's got any magic properties! I had a rough day this weekend off the tee on a tough course (Barona Creek), and I actually switched to 3w for the back nine because it was dry and rolling out plenty. I think it was more related to the margaritas I had on Friday night before the early Saturday round though .
  6. Funny, I went with the H2 and it has been a good club for me, but now I am wondering if the TSi2 hybrid would be more appropriate for me than the TSi3 or the SIM2 rescue. Can't wait to run all three of those through the paces and maybe even compare vs. a 5/7 wood before pulling the trigger.
  7. Got out on Torrey Pines yesterday, south course. It was so foggy (<75 yds of visibility) we had to yell out all clear to the group behind when leaving the green for the first 7 holes before it burned off. The conditions made for quite a challenging start, plus those fairways are so tiny right now! I actually drove the ball well but still only found 5 fairways, with a few that were thisclose to the short grass but nestled down in the thick stuff. They had cut the rough down from the Farmers tourney in most places, but it's still extremely thick, wet, and penalizing. The highlight of my
  8. I played the black in 2019 for a while before switching to the X which is the only ball I've played since the start of 2020. I did not notice any launch differences between the two FWIW. I did notice a bit higher spin from the X across the whole bag (possibly too high for some off the tee - YMMV). I liked the feel of the black, but I usually prefer a firmer feel, and think they've dialed it in 1000% better in the X than they had it in the Red (which was no bueno on looks + feel + performance). I don't think it's the perfect ball, but when I'm buying in bulk at $27 per dozen and supp
  9. I picked up better launch and forgiveness switching my 3W from Epic Flash SZ to a TSi2. The shaft made a lot of difference on the launch (from Atmos black to AD-IZ), but the TSi seems to be consistently more forgiving for me. BUT I still haven't sold the Epic yet because she has been a good one for me especially off the tee... I need to be 300% sure before totally moving on from a 3 wood. I am thinking about upgrading my 818 h2 hybrid to a more forgiving TSi2 this year, but I think I will test out a 5w/7w as well just to make sure. Why? Well I've never used a higher loft fairway wood befo
  10. Dangerous is right. For me I just need to not even test out anything; it's like inception; just plants ideas in my head...slippery slope!
  11. I couldn't beat EFSZ ball speeds with the TSi3 either, but similar to you, my dispersion was much better with the TSi. I'm not doing anything to my driver/3w setup any time soon, but I do wonder if the new Epic line would maintain a ball speed advantage over TSi while upping the stability/forgiveness factor...
  12. I've run through all the threads on WRX and nothing yet on the 125 stiff, but that should change soon enough. Have seen less chatter about them on here, but maybe I am missing something. It doesn't seem like it's going to be easy to do until maybe later this year, but I'd love to test out the stiff vs. TX in a fitting. I will verify first, but assuming one of these does work for me, the first OEM to include these as an option will likely get my business. Callaway offering the MMT 105 as a stock(!) option for the new Apex Pro means they are my bet to be first to offer the 125s.
  13. A couple months in, and I am still loving the TSi3 driver, TSi2 3wood combo. Also my 818 h2 is starting to come to grips with being replaced by the TSi2 hybrid eventually
  14. Great review @chisag! I had been curious to see if these overtook the T100s for you. I definitely plan to give them another look as I continue my 2021 quest to find my perfect next set of irons. If you could combine the look & performance of the MIMs with the feel of Forged Tour, would you? Or has the MIM grown on you enough that you prefer its feel over the Forged Tour?
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