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warbirdlover

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About warbirdlover

  • Birthday 04/28/1947

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    central Wisconsin
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    golf
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  1. Wouldn't save it because I had too many lines. Now it worked.
  2. I did hit save. It didn't save. Course was closed until tomorrow so went on the driving range and tuned this in. Had to set it up two lofts as with this shaft the launch was way too low. Switched the heavy weight with the light (heavy now in the back and light in the heel) and this thing was striping everything right down the center about 250 yards with range balls. A friend was on the driving range and I had him hit it as he is a long ball hitter. He striped the one shot he took right down the center out to 300 yards! I'm so pleased with how this turned out. Played it yesterday. This driver WILL NOT go right or left with this shaft and setup. No draw, fade, slice or hook. If you over swing you can pull it but a nice swing ALWAYS gives you a straight shot in the direction you're lined up to. And they are as long as I've EVER hit on average. Whoo Hoo.
  3. How do I edit my signature? I keep changing it and it goes back to the previous version.
  4. Just updated my sig and seeing if it "took".
  5. Course was closed until tomorrow so went on the driving range and tuned this in. Had to set it up two lofts as with this shaft the launch was way too low. Switched the heavy weight with the light (heavy now in the back and light in the heel) and this thing was striping everything right down the center about 250 yards with range balls. A friend was on the driving range and I had him hit it as he is a long ball hitter. He striped the one shot he took right down the center out to 300 yards! I'm so pleased with how this turned out.
  6. Here is my EXS with the new HZRDUS yellow shaft. Ready to kick butt.
  7. Okay I've played this driver and shaft enough to get a good feel for it. Went through all the adjustments and found the best for (pretty much the way it came). Normally I get along really well with Mitsubishi shafts but this one (for me) is a DUD. It's just kind of 'BLAH". So I now have put a new Project X HZRDUS yellow 5.5 into it and when the fresh snow melts I'll try it again. For what it's worth, I'm 72 years old, have a 100 mph swing speed (Bridgestone ball test and golf show test). I hit a good drive about 250 (measured with GPS) and once or twice a year will pop one 285 or so. Most are in the fairway. Tell me about the Project X HZRDUS yellow. I picked this as it is low spin and low launch. The Tensei Blue was going too high.
  8. I could be a tester since I have a EXS driver and have gotten very familiar with it. You don't even have to give me one! warbirdlover central Wisconsin 13.5 hdcp 100 mph swing speed 72 years old
  9. I'd like to be a tester. I've tried every ball ever made. I'm in Wisconsin so the snow has to melt first.
  10. Wisconsinites but basically frozen turds this time of year.
  11. If the snow ever melts and the temps ever get above freezing I will try this and advise. I bought this EXS driver because I played the end of last summer with their HL3 and was bombing them compared to all the bigger name drivers I've owned. I went from a Titleist 915D2 to a Cobra King LTD to the HL3 and the HL3 was far beyond the others in forgiveness and distance. I'm 72 years old and I drove the green on one par 4 (from the gold tees), 285 yards. Partner is my witness and so are the guys that were on the green and pointed to it. Ball was a foot from the cart path just left of the green.
  12. Thanks for the info. I already bought a new Tour Edge EXS with it. The company says it is not a "made for" shaft and is the real deal so went with it. I've always got along well with most Mitsubishi shafts.
  13. I have a friend who is a scratch golfer. He told me to try the Wilson zip ball for 2 dozen $20 at Wally World. I love a ProV1 but just can't afford them. The Zip ball is fantastic for the money. And I've had them stop on the green nicely. Worth a try for that money.
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