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  1. I was on the Project X website the other day, and I saw they have a new(ish) offering called Project X IO iron shaft. There is another iron shaft called the "Project X LS", but I think that won't work for me. The IO seems a little more in line with my swing (98-101 mph driver swing speed depending on time of day and weather, 7i swing speed = 79 mph, tend to have lower spin #'s off the mid irons, but decent spin with the short irons/wedges irons with the LZ 6.0 shafts in my JPX-900s). What intrigued me was that the IO (Individually Optimized) was engineered to modify the profile for each dif
  2. Agreed with the other posters here before me.....don't lean entirely on your swing speed as the factor for selecting your iron shaft.
  3. I thought this was really cool, and I wanted to share it. I found out that Odyssey was running a limited edition putter headcover honoring Veterans, and also for every one of these headcover headcover sold Odyssey said (on their website) they will make a $20 donation to the Birdies for the Brave charity benefiting military personnel, veterans, injured heroes, and military families. Mine just arrived today!!
  4. Soooo.....my quick trigger finger caused me to switch out. I tried and tried and worked with the wedges but I just didn't feel like they were suited for me. Like I said, (relatively) cheap enough of an experiment, and fun to boot but at the end of the day - for me - it just didn't work. I am leaning on what asztu324 said about the 115s as the shafts, but I wasnt interested in swapping out so I went the SM7 for the 54* and MD4 for the 58*. Honestly, having much better luck with them!!
  5. Mark Centreville VA XR16 10.5* (set to 9.5*), MRC KuroKage TiNi Black, S-flex 3.1 98-102 (depending on what hole and how warm it is outside, lol) TSi3
  6. I'm in!!! Mark, Centreville VA, USA Bettinardi Model 2HM I would like the Anser 2 because I am a blade-style kinda guy with a slight arc
  7. Not sure if you saw, but the Ping G425 just made it to the USGA's Conforming List. Usually that will mean "for sale" soon! Hopefully that leads to a reduction of prices on the 410 model too.
  8. If "Phairway Phinder Phil" shows up to Winged Foot in just a few weeks, do we have a storybook finish on our hands?!?!?! Nah, probably not - but I will be hopeful!!! Not for nuthin', but does anyone know why this Ozarks tournament is a Monday - Wednesday event?
  9. Did you go to the US Open at Pebble Beach last year? My friend lived just 15-20 minutes outside of Monterrey and went; he said it was an awesome experience.
  10. I am going with the X-Man - Xander for PGA in 2020!!!!
  11. I would like to be a tester! First Name/City State - Mark/Centreville, VA Current Handicap or Average 18 Hole Score - 3.6 (US Handicap) Current Iron Model Played - Mizuno JPX900 Forged
  12. I recently purchased some Maltby M-Series+ wedges via the GolfWorks website, and since I asked for some feedback from my fellow members I figured I would write up an unofficial review for your reading enjoyment (or not). I have had them now for 13 full rounds, and I think that is plenty of usage to forge an opinion on them. This review is not an attempt to discredit or promote GolfWorks, Roger Maltby or anyone that uses these golf clubs – I just want to put and honest-to-goodness review out there for public consumption. For these purchases, you can buy the components and put the clubs t
  13. Erin Hills in Wisconsin - site of the 2017 US Open. I've always wanted to play a true American-style links course and this really checked all of those boxes for me (not sure if its the architect's intent, but more so my interpretation of it). Spanish Bay and Monterrey area of California. Spanish Bay for its sheer beauty and breathtaking views of the ocean, with that links-ish feel to it on some holes. Many folks put Spyglass above it, but I'm in the minority there in stating I like SB better. Another good one on that 17-Mile Drive area is Poppy Hills. Best public course under $10
  14. LOL, I did the exact opposite - canned my 5w and put in a 3-brid (19*). Able to hit it low off the tee and control trajectory better than the 5w.
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