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McNasty67

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  1. My gamer as well. Excellent blend between soft & firm. Soft, without feeling as though they might twist under load. Love 'em.
  2. Update: Didn't sell. Golf Gods trying to tell me something?
  3. A friend just ordered 0211's with the gap wedge. Should have them soon. Will let you know my thoughts next weekend when he and I play again.
  4. I've owned this 1999 Scotty Newport Two TeI3 since '06. Sent it to the Scotty Custom Shop for a facelift and loved playing it for years. Still love showing it off, but recently decided to part with it. Currently on an eBay auction with a couple hours left. Part of me hopes it doesn't sell...... Enjoy....
  5. Apologies for the misidentification! Appreciate the feedback. Happy to hear you're getting along with them. Had a long conversation with a golf buddy today about the 0211's........he ordered his set today! Fairways & greens my friend!
  6. Checking back in to ask how you're getting along with your 0211's? A buddy is about to pull the trigger and thought I'd ask.
  7. Good luck with them! Looking forward to hearing what you think. Bought a set for my dad for his b-day - he's in love with them. Haven't heard anyone who's hit them say a negative word.
  8. I'm late to this thread but found your post interesting. We have similar bag setups and I just left my JPX919 Forged irons for PXG Gen 2 0311 P's, and I have to say that while I loved my Mizzys, the PXG's feel and play so much better......for ME. Understand mileage may vary from player to player, but the performance and feel just seem superior and I'm a Mizuno fan boy. Played MP32's until I wore the grooves off of them. Obviously there's no right or wrong - just found this interesting.
  9. Was able to get a set of Gen 2 0311's just before they took them out of production on Labor Day weekend. 5-PW for under $600 with the Heros discount. Just ridiculous! Hope you enjoy yours as much as I'm loving mine! Next on the list is the forged 0311 gap wedge, the 22 deg hybrid and more than likely the 0811x+ Proto driver.
  10. Totally get it and can relate. I've been a club tester for one of the major golf rags and have been on launch monitors and know my numbers pretty well. Though that was some years ago now I can still fit myself pretty well. Not sure I'm as up to snuff on all the latest shaft technologies so would still benefit from an occasional fitting, but if I see something out there I feel can work, I'll be all over it. I'm a junkie when it comes to equipment.
  11. Curious what you switched away from to get into the Proto, and what lead you away from it. I know for myself, often times there's really no reason other than, it is "time".
  12. Just hooked myself up with 0311 P's, gen 2, and talked my brother into buying a set also. The recent sale before they retired them from circulation was too good to pass on. Also just bought my dad a set of 2021 0211's.......he takes delivery next week. I'm on the hunt for a minty 0811XF Gen 2 driver........since not sold through PXG any longer. OR I may try the 0811X+ Proto - haven't hit that one yet but the price is reasonable. Willing to take the risk. With PXG's pricing becoming more reasonable, they are hard to ignore. The equipment is fantastic.
  13. Played around with several of the top non-X balls, Srixon, Bridgestone, Titleist, Snell, and have settled on the Vice Pro. The value proposition when purchasing 5 dozen and the performance is outstanding and works with my game. Hard to justify spending top dollar.
  14. Sonartec MD hybrid / rescue club. Yes, I said Sonartec. Hit it too dang well to put it out to pasture....
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