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  1. I also think that between the black color and some slight tweaking that top line looks a nice bit thinner than the G700 and with a little less off-set it would not at address look too far off from the I500s currently in my bag. Really sharp looking.
  2. Really like the clean lines on these. Just switched to the I500s, wish I had these to compare them too.
  3. Evan New Hampshire Ping Karsten Anser Frontline 4.0 34"
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  5. Looking at those CBs they seem to be following the Mizuno 919 Tour/Forged moving more weight toward the toe with the cavity ending a good bit before the the end of the club. And as some mention I wonder if they have pushed this even further with tungsten in there.
  6. That connection at the end is like half a speed bridge too. Seems like it might be a bridge to no where.
  7. I have Ping I500 and I agree with Apolloshowl that the hydropearl finish wears more than you expect. I have only played 2 rounds with them and they look like I have played 10 or more with them.
  8. Great looking irons if only I had the game to even consider playing them but that is not the case. Interesting that the toe screw is for swing weight purposes only.
  9. Evan from Rumney, NH My swing speed is about 100 with an 11 handicap My current set up is an 18° hybrid, 22° hybrid, and a 15° 3 wood Right Handed
  10. Hello everyone I started golfing at the age of 12 with my father at a little par 3 course near our house. The love for the game grew from there and I ended up playing on my high school golf team. My game has taken a hit now that I have 2 kids and a job, but I still try to get out there. I currently shoot in the 80s. I love the constant improvement golf offers you. There are those perfect shots that keep you coming back, but always room for a better round next time. I found the site when looking for a new set of irons (I ended up with the Ping I500s). As a data person I loved the approach to the testing even if as a golf I am much more of a feel person. Since then I have been coming back for the same great analysis. I live in Northern New Hampshire and try to play a variety of courses. Its fun to see new angles and designs. The worst thing is obviously the winters that make you close up shop for months but there is nothing like the first fall colors on a course before there are too many leave to find your ball anymore. I work as a data analyst hoping to get more into data science soon Closest to my name that was still available
  11. Evan NH Ping Karsten Series Anser Putting is generally something that is somewhere in between a strength and a weakness. I am solid with the short putts but struggle with lag put speed which is why I am so interested in trying the stroke lab putters. I know the new shaft technology is supposed to help with a more consistent stroke by helping you better feel how far back the putter is going. I think this could really help my game and hope I get the chance to find out.
  12. Driver: R15 TP 10.5° Aldila Rogue MSI 95 Stiff Flex FW: '07 Burner 15° Reax 50 Stiff Flex Hybrids: 816 H1 18° Fujikura Speeder HB 8.8 Stiff Flex 816 H1 21° Mitsubishi Diamana S+ Blue 70 Stiff Flex Irons: I500 5 - UW Red Dot Dynamic Gold S300 Wedges: CG16 56°/12 Stock Traction Steel Wedge Flex Tour Action 60° 2 Dot Stock Traction Steel Wedge Flex Putter: Karsten Series Anser Super Stroke Mid-Slim 2.0
  13. Evan NH Taylormade R15 TP 10.5 Aldila Rouge Stiff HC - 11 SS - 100 to 105 LM - Use when fitting an new club, or when the weather gets snowy in the winter I have never used a tour edge drive but use 2 tour edge FW during my high school days and absolutely loved them, would have kept them had it not been for needing to move into a stiff flex. Also my father always used a set of Bazooka irons growing up and during one of the best rounds of my life I broke my 8 iron and my dad let me borrow his Bazooka 8 and I stuck it to 2 feet for birdie. Again if not for need a stiff flex I may have been borrowing more often. We loved them both so much we then went out an bought a tour edge putter and both loved that as well. I have always love the value and quality of tour edge products.
  14. Welcome to the forums ejgaudette :)


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