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SimplyLudaChris

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  1. SimplyLudaChris

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  2. Thanks man. If there’s anything I would change it would be my driver. Love all of my equipment, but wouldn’t mind something a little more “adjustable” so I could dial it in. To date I have reshafted a couple of times. It’s good for the time being. Love those!!!
  3. Thanks man I sincerely appreciate it. Love ALL of my equipment!
  4. Should have pulled the trigger. Everyone should own a set IMO. Great Irons!
  5. Thanks! I’ll try to get some added today or tomorrow.
  6. What can I say, like what I like... Driver: 2007 TaylorMade Burner TP 9.5° UST Mamiya ProForce 65 44.5” 3 Wood: Callaway Razr Fit 15° stock shaft (G25 Headcover) 5 Wood: 2007 TaylorMade Burner 18° UST Mamiya ProForce VTS Silver 5 Irons: 3 iron Nicklaus “The Bear” Offset Crankshaft, 4-PW Bridgestone J40 DPC Project X 5.0 Flighted Iomic X-Evolution grips Wedges: Cleveland 50° CG14 Tour Black Pearl, Cleveland 58° CG16 Tour Black Pearl Putter: Ping My Day 35” (Been in the bag since 2000) SuperStroke MidSlim 2.0 Ball: TaylorMade TP5 Let me know what you think!
  7. I have a set of Nicklaus “The Bear” irons that I purchased new in the mid 90’s. I recall hitting everything available at that time, but found nothing that outperformed them! I couldn’t help but notice the similarities between the Linear Dynamics technology and the recent Epic irons design. Am I crazy? Callaway has obviously expanded on the design, adding new technologies, materials, etc. Any chance this reiterates the effectiveness of the “old” technology? Thoughts? Comments? Thanks!
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