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Rob W.

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  1. I'm a 16.5 hdcp and I carry a 54*SW & 58* lob wedge. When Ping recently offered the free Arccos sensors (to ping club owners), I realized that after 90 holes, I have used my 58* exactly ZERO times :-(. I thought I carried it to get me out of really deep bunkers, but I come to find out that I prefer to open up the 54* for those shots. So now it's time to replace the "like new" lob wedge with another hybrid or a heavenwood. Or I just might get a chipper :-).
  2. Your best haggle position is putting the original shaft back in the 410 and trading it in for the 425. you can try to haggle the trade in price. Once you have the 425 put your upgraded shaft into it. The ping alta shafts don't bring bring much on the secondary market, and the ping heads in new condition are not that common.
  3. Costco ball is your best bet until you improve your direction. the ball launches well off the tee, but you sacrifice some greenside spin. I always pick up 2 dozen to play the late fall, winter & early spring seasons around chicago. Got really tired of losing $4 balls under leaves or plugged in the soft ground. If you want closer to ProV. Dick's is running a 2 for $55 on the 2019 balls (won't make a difference to you) https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p/maxfli-2019-tour-golf-balls-19maxmmxfltrglsswgbl/19maxmmxfltrglsswgbl
  4. I've been using the golflogix app on the phone for 5 seasons. As a 15 hdcp, I never thought myself skilled enough to need anything more accurate. But it would be fun to leap way ahead with all the approach & greens features.
  5. 14.6 CDGA index as of this morning. Play Callaway Rogue Pro's with Steelfiber shafts. Current stock 8I is 150 yards. I have looked at Sub 70 after your club test results. Their clubs look great and would love to test them but with my shaft upgrade was too pricey. Still looking at Sub70 for potential custom wedges. I live close to Syacamore and could go there for a fitting (if selected). Would love to elevate the profile of a local company.
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