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  1. Depends on whats in front, grain, direction, and how much room I have and if greens are table tops or flat etc. Fine using eithre based on what the shot needs.
  2. I love the Cleveland RTX Wedges....lots of bounce and grind options. The Titleist Vokey Wedgeworks unit also does some amazing optionality. The New Level Tri Forged wedges are pretty good as well!
  3. Lock the left leg into the backswing ala Ben Hogan....completely stopped the sway!!
  4. Driver: TaylorMade M6 with Graphite Design Tour AD IZ Stiff Shaft 3 Wood: TaylorMade R7 with Graphite Design Tour AD DI6 Stiff Shaft 3 Hybrid: TaylorMade Burner Rescue 19 degree - Fujikara Speeder S 75 Shaft Driving Iron: New Level 4995 HB 21 Degree - KBS Tour V Stiff Shaft 4-PW: New Level 623M Forged Muscle Cavity irons - KBS Tour V Stiff Shaft 2nd Set of Irons (one stays at club one travels in car!!): PXG Gen 3 0311 T - Modus 120 Stiff Shaft Wedges: 54, 60 Degree - Cleveland RTX - KBS Tour Wedge Shafts in one bag and TaylorMade RAC TP Forged in other. Putters: Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS / Scotty Cameron California / PXG Brandon H / LAB Golf BLAD2
  5. How long have you been playing golf? - Started playing as an 11 year old with my father who took up the game at the same time thanks to my maternal grandfather!! Was immediately hooked. Its been a huge bonding item for my dad and myself and this continues to this day. What’s your handicap or normal score? - 7.4 GHIN, but I have been as low as a 3 and it just depends on how much practice I get in. With 2 kids under the age of 4, work and life its only gone up since the college years!! I'd say 79-81 is my range on most days on most courses. What do you love about golf? - Golf is life. It teaches every lesson one will need to go through life itself. The hard knocks and dealing with them, the bad breaks the odd bounces. It also teaches joy, of the outdoors, the beauty in solitary play, the camaraderie of friends with shared passions, creates lifelong friends, and brings mental fortitude to the forefront. Only game where no one is throwing things at you, kicking you punching you and it's you against yourself. Plus, you can always improve as you get what you put into it...simple really!! What brings you to MyGolfSpy? - Love the unbiased and honest feedback on clubs and equipment, love the community of die hards it brings together and love how its helping to grow the game we love. Do you already know any other Spies? - Yes Where are you from? - Was born in Bangladesh, grew up between there and London, England. Lived in Japan for a bit, moved to New York City in 2000 and lived there till 2013 when California's sunshine beckoned and I moved to Los Angeles. What is your home course? - I play a lot out of everywhere, as I don't have a home course in LA yet, but am lucky to have family who are members at LACC, and I did the annual at Trump Palos Verdes and Rustic Canyon so those are my go to's!! I'll play anywhere! What are the best and worst things about golf in your region? - Golf in the LA area is hard as the good courses are all private so hard to get on for most, and the ones that are available to people could be kept in much better shape. I imagine a Sweetens Cove being made out of Westchester or Penmar or El Dorado where you actually have interesting tracks with intriguing greens, and harder and faster surfaces and places where people actually fix their divot marks (my pet peeve). The best thing is that within two hours drive you have some incredible courses and places to play that are public like Quarry Ridge, Oak Quarry, Sand Canyon, Rustic Canyon, Moorpark, then all the courses in Palm Springs and Palm Desert and Ojai and Santa Barbara. What do you do for a living? - Real Estate and Finance. We develop residential assets and operate them across the income spectrum of housing need and want. How’d you pick your user name? - Wasn't too original...its just my name and initial combination!
  6. @PMookie my 623M's feel that butter for sure...maybe the others but I never tried anything else. Just loved how these looked and tried them on a demo with various shafts and ordered online. Too bad based on the comments from @FrogginBullfish and @Golfspy_CG2!!
  7. I have tried everything literally... Titleist 695 MB, 710 MB Mizuno MP-9 and MP-32 PXG Gen 3 O311T Srixon Z785 Honma TW-X New Level 623M Ping Eye through Zing Callaway Big Bertha through Apex The players irons are so much better to look at from the topline, have less and cleaner turf interaction, and way tighter dispersion. With the Honma TW-X I could hit an 8 iron 175 yards (the one that hit perfect) and it could also go 145 yards. With my New Level my 8 irons going between 155-162 and thats about it. I would give anything for a tighter yardage dispersion! Plus how do you beat the feel of soft carbon steel from a well hit shot??? Also, it makes you have to work on your game and I appreciate that. You cant get sloppy and expect results.
  8. Has anyone tried these? I just got myself a set with KBS Tour V Shafts and they are absolutely the best irons I have played with in terms of feel and dispersion! Didn't even know about them till I saw a MyGolfSpy review and it beat out majority of the big name high end club brands in the test! Would love to hear what others think of these!! Thanks, Ridaa
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