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B.Boston last won the day on April 29 2019

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  1. There’s one hole where I play where a good drive is great, but if it’s bad I want it to be realllly bad so it goes over the crap between the holes and into the next fairway. It’s an easy wedge back over and into the green in 3. Haha Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I want to see you guys pick up club head speed and not lose out on accuracy. I’d imagine that’s what Fujikura would love to see too! [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Strange, Its the opposite for me! I can feel my strike location much better on my milled blade putter more than I could on my old White Hot Rossie. I've only rolled a Stroke Lab putter once or twice so not sure if there's more feel on those.
  4. I did enjoy seeing the pros 3 and 4 putt those greens last week. I have to agree though. It's much more interesting to REALLY see the talent show through when they have an imperfect lie, or difficult shot. Like Phil from the pine straw at Augusta.
  5. I got to try the 1.2 blade in the store the other day. Felt really nice off the face and did seem to roll better on mishits. I didn't like the finish though, something about the shape was off to me. I'll have to wait until I can see one in the black finish until I can see if it will be worth seeing if the Scotty gets kicked out of the bag.
  6. Biggest difference for me between milled and insert putters is distance control. Although I won't say ALL insert putters are the same, I haven't had as good of distance control as I have with the Scotty Newport I have. I'd also say that I'm better with the blade style versus Mallet. When I was fit last spring my best two options were adjusting the scotty (loft/lie and counterweight) or getting the Ping (Sigma 2, which was an insert I did like). It was a must more cost effective move to modify the scotty so that's what I did.
  7. Not sure if anyone else has mentioned it, but TXG just started doing some comparison videos with drivers a few models old. I'm not sure if the got an OG Epic to compare to or not though.
  8. good to hear you gained confidence with what the fitter recommended! When I was being fit for a new driver I tried to not pay attention to what the fitter was doing and just trusting what he said/did. Its not always easy, but with the multiple fittings I've had they haven't been wrong yet.
  9. just in case anyone is interested.... I was able to see these in person and the fuse 4 has the 4 way top with two full length dividers (they run left to right along the main dividers in the top, so the middle two compartments share the same bin if you will. The Convoy SE stand was a little disappointing because it has 3 dividers making 4 compartments for the 14 way top. The putter is its own slot, and the 3 at the other end. The other is split between to make 4 in one and 6 in the other (towards the putter end). Not sure how much tangle you'd get with that, but I really like the other features of the bag (especially the cooler pocket which seems like it could fit 4 or 5 cans and ice pretty easily.
  10. nice, let us know how you like it! I like the styling of the OGIO better for sure. Also I've considered those Datrek DG Lite II someone mentioned earlier. They were surprisingly nicely built from what I could tell, and I've seen them as low as $140 new on Amazon. I might give one of those a try this year. What color did you go with?
  11. Looking forward to following along with this one! Good luck testers! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Pretty sure the only way I’m seeing a number like that is if I switch it to KPH [emoji2962] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I’m really looking forward to that. My SM5 was the S grind with 7* of bounce and I found myself opening the face just to expose some more bounce. My miss with that was to dig half way to china, especially if the course was damp. I can’t wait to get out there with the D grind. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. I was going to be checking out the SM8s but then I found the Slate Blue SM7s which both look fantastic and came stock with the shaft I was fit to in the Modus. Based on that and some smoking good deals online right now I got a 52F, 56S, and 60D all for less than 2 stock SM8 wedges. The 60 is brand new and the other two have almost no sign of use. Ill catch up with the new stuff on the last year of SM9 or first year of SM10 haha Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  15. Also to add, I remember seeing an article (can not remember where) showing how they’ll aim for the right side of the fairway and the right rough if they feel it gives them a better angle into the hole than the left side of the fairway does. There’s a stat somewhere (total driving maybe) that takes into account how far into the rough they go. I’d wager that of the 40% of fairways Rory misses half are within the first 5-10 feet of rough. I know that’s certainly better than my misses in the rough. [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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