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Stewoui

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  • Birthday July 24

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  1. I bought my first ever set of new clubs this year and decided to splurge a bit. My wallet and my girlfriend definitely hates me but I'm having the time of my life! More photos and progress updates on my instagram @fullsendglf Driver- Taylormade M5 9.5 deg head in the lowest sleeve setting. Shaft- UST Mamiya Proforce V2 7F5 tipped 2". Grip- Golfpride Z-Grip Cord 3w- Taylormade M5 rocket 3-wood 14 deg std sleeve setting. Shaft- UST Mamiya Proforce V2 7F5. Grip- Golfpride Tour Velvet Cord 2-iron- Taylormade GaparLo 17 deg std sleeve setting. Shaft - KBS Tour Hybrid Prototype 95g X-stiff. Grip- Golfpride Tour Velvet Cord 4-iron Titleist 718 T-MB 23 deg. Shaft- Project X 6.5 Grip- Golfpride Z-Grip Cord 5-PW Taylormade P7TW Shaft- Project X 6.5. Grip- Golfpride Tour Velvet Cord Gap Wedge Vokey SM7 Slate Blue 52 deg. Shaft- Project X 6.5 Grip- Golfpride Z-Grip Cord Sand Wedge Vokey SM7 Jet Black 56 deg. Shaft- Project X 6.0 Grip- Golfpride Z-Grip Cord Lob Wedge Taylormade HiToe 60 Deg 4-way camber. Shaft- Project X 6.0 Grip- Golfpride Tour Velvet Cord Putter- Navy Spider X 34" Bag- Vessel Players Stand Bag 2.0 6-way divide.
  2. Stuart San Diego, California 8 Taylormade P7TW with Project X 6.5 T-100s Hi, I would like to be selected to test and review the Titleist T-100s players irons to help me transition away from the traditional blades that I am accustomed to playing. When I first started playing 5 years ago I began with a set of old Callaway great big bertha cavity backs that you can find a Costco. After playing those for a few months and rapidly progressing, I switched to my dads old set of King Cobra ProMB blades with Project X 6.5 shafts in them. I have a high swing speed and when I made the transition the stiff shaft felt awkward at first but the ball flight was 100x better then the regular flex of the Callways. So after playing with the cobras 5 days a week for the last few years, I really wore them out and decided to buy some new clubs. Last year I decided to revamp my entire bag and bought my first ever set of brand new clubs. For my irons, I opted to splurge on a set of P7TW's and really do love them. The only thing is that like all other blades is that the slightest miss hit will cause the ball to deviate drastically. So the forgiveness of these irons are not exactly the best. But the feel is nothing that you could ever describe. So in testing then Titleist T-100s, I hope that they can be of similar look and feel to the typical blades but also give the added forgiveness on slightly off center strikes. I do know that the T-100s stands for strong lofted, but if I get to review the clubs they will be identical to my current P7TW's lofts as i have had them bent strong. Thanks for reading and hopefully I'll get picked. Cheers.
  3. Tipping is generally used to reduce launch and spin as well as flex. Its is all depending on how the shaft fits you and if you like the feel of the shaft.
  4. I currently use a proforce V2 7F5 extra-stiff shaft. The correct shaft makes a HUGE difference in my game. If was using that L shaft that you had, id easily loose 30-40 yards short on my drives.
  5. San Diego, California 16 handicap Never used a putting training device aside from some tees and alignment stick.
  6. It shouldnt make a huge difference. But if youre worried, you could always get the loft and lie checked for free at most golf shops.
  7. Stuart- San Diego, CA 12HDCP/117 swing speed M5 460 9deg shifted to 7.5 Deg UST Proforce V2 70g X tipped firm 1" Epic Flash Sub Zero
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