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jfrigo

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  1. jfrigo

    Sub70 golf

    now played 4 rounds with the MB's are they are incredible!!! very forgiving for a blade. Easy to work left or right, but ive found these to go super straight compared to my old P770's. Also ive noticed about 5 extra yards with the MB's even tho the lofts are weaker compared to what I used to play (and yes that's including higher spin rate also). These cut through the turf quite easily and haven't hit a fat, chunky shot....yet. My whole bag is new this year and these irons are by far my favorite investment! and cost less than just my driver
  2. love how these look... currently the Cleveland rtx4's are the best wedges I've ever played, but im biased towards TM and really want these!! The Hi-Toes are nice but id be the first to admit over the years TM has really struggled in the wedge game compared to everyone else
  3. jfrigo

    Sub70 golf

    Got the call yesterday...639 MB's are on the way!!!!! cant wait to play them. The 4-6 in the Cb's have been awesome so far. Will update when they arrive next week
  4. if you're launching 13* and sometimes spin below 2500, then that should be perfect!!! not dropping out of the air.... 2400 - 2500rpm is where most people dream of being at. To want at least 2500 rpm, I wouldn't advise wanting to go much higher
  5. mine came stock at 45.75 inches. Cut it down to 44.75 and did make a difference. During the week I walk 9 holes by myself since I'm off work by 2. Ill hit both drivers this week head to head and see how it goes. As of yesterday my m5 is staying put also
  6. Agree with this 100%! Toe misses for me start right and go farther right. Super high launch and about 30yds short of my avg distance. This is a low spin monster when centered, but forgiveness is pretty bad imo. Of course thats due to strike and inconsistencies in the swing, but compared to my m5 the Hogan is way less accurate. In 4 rounds ive hit some of the longest drives ive had this year, but also had more wild drives in 4 rounds than the 30 rounds with my m5. Could be a comfort thing but right now I really prefer my m5. All around the m5 sounds and feels much better to me... The hogan has more potential in distance so of course im dying to see what I can really get out of it, but if I keep ending up in the trees then it will be retired pretty quickly Also to my eye it looks like the center of the face sticks out farther than the toe and heel
  7. Joe Lemont, Illinois 110 mph w/ driver Taylormade TP5x Never played snell before but very curious after the study!
  8. if youre struggling to launch fairways already, I highly doubt the cbx would be the route to go. Those things are penetrating, low spin monsters! also not launching fairways is usually a setup/swing issue.... otherwise id look at the Cleveland launcher line. Those are designed to help people get it in the air..the regular Ping g410 line is really damn good too
  9. jfrigo

    Sub70 golf

    yea the 790's were a bad match for me to begin with. Im a high speed player, launch pretty high already and generally lower spin with my irons. yes the 639's are shorter but its mainly b/c weaker lofts and the heads spin more than p790's. For me I prefer the weaker loft and extra spin to lock in a yardage. with my 790 6iron I hit it anywhere from 200 - 230. every once in a while with the 790 there's that hot spot where it just flies the ball an extra 15 yards that does me no good. When I hit the 639's I hit 10 straight shots within 8 yards of each other and regarding flight, I can never flight down the 790's. They naturally wanna launch high so when I'm hitting in these crazy Chicago winds all spring my ball gets caught up and goes nowhere just comes down to what an individual is looking for. If you want control the 639's are much more desirable. If you struggle with elevating irons and need distance, then the p790's are a good option
  10. jfrigo

    Sub70 golf

    I ordered 4-6 CB and 7 - P MB... prices are same. I use Project X so that was a $140 upcharge. So 7 irons, $140 shaft upgrade, golf pride z cord align grips, and tax..... about $800. So far ive only been charge $350 for the 4 - 6 CB. The MB's are about 4 weeks away still
  11. jfrigo

    Sub70 golf

    Jason is who I met with when I went to hit the clubs. Very genuine person who truly cares about the customer and will do whatever it takes to make sure you are happy with your purchase. The wedges felt great. My ping glide forged are the best wedges ive ever played and head to head they were right on par with each other. So for $80 or $200 for a club that performs the same ill take the cheaper one!! Update: My irons came yesterday and went straight to the range with them. Very easy to control flight and felt much better than the TM P790/770's I was playing.
  12. jfrigo

    Sub70 golf

    these irons are the real deal! I played Srixon z965's for a while and recently got fit in the Z forged. Held off on purchasing since I was interested in the 639 MB's. Im just over an hour from Sub 70 hq so I went and hit these in person... both the CB and MB feel incredible. The consistency of the MB is what sold me. with the 7i I hit 10 straight shots between 173 - 178 and accurate. Of course mishits will be punished with a blade, but even ones I caught slightly thin still flew right on line. Ordered a 4-6 in the 639 CB. and 7- Pw in the 639 MB (coming out in 4 weeks). The wedges felt incredible as well. They felt better than my $200 Ping Glide Forged What sold me most is their incredible customer service and Jason wanting to make sure you are perfectly happy before leaving the facility. received a follow up call the next day to confirm the specs I fit in to.... Not that I plan on returning them but Jason stressed if theres anything ever wrong or you simply aren't happy to let him know and he'll work on refunding the purchase. Said he would feel horrible if his customers were not truly happy with the equipment. From what I saw in hitting the irons I plan on keeping them forever Give Sub 70 a real shot vs any OEM blades. They are fantastic!!
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