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  1. I'm sorry...but did you say $500 per club? Why? Becasue they are making them out of some "Super Metal"? Has Titleist found Wakanda and made a deal to make clubs out of Vibrainium? Or maybe they somehow got the remnats of the Weapon X program and are making clubs out of Adamantium. I'm not sure which one it is, but they must be living in a comic-book-land, to think that $4000 for a set of what appear to be differently shaped AP1, AP2, and AP3 is going to fly for the average consumer. And yes, they probably perform amazing, but as my brother told me a long time ago, "Its not the driver, it
  2. Congrats! Really looking forward to the reviews!!!
  3. Watching it now and TW looks pretty good, considering Harding is not his favorite spot (just as I write this he blades it over the green at 16...LOL). Short game is saving him...
  4. Great questions... So my pitching wedge is part of my set (46 degree; very traditional lofts on my iron set). I love that club, I feel like can hit it anywhere between 100 to 125 yards (I don't hit it far but I'm pretty damn straight). My current wedge setup is 50, 54, 58 all Cleveland CG15. They are great wedges, and were originally bought to have a club to hit full down to 75 yards. At that time I was playing a 3 wood that was the wrong flex and it was just taking space in the bag so I thought I would replace it with a wedge. Over time I have realized that I rarely hit my gap and lob we
  5. I have had that thought. I have 50, 54, and 58 degree wedges and I'm not a fan of my 58. So its getting replaced by 3 wood (haven't played 3 wood in awhile). I'm thinking of changing the 50 and 54 to 52 and 56 respectively. I just hope the gapping is correct. We shall see.
  6. This topic is right up my alley! I have tried a lot of golf balls in my time...A LOT!!! From range ball to Titleist, and most level of balls in each lineup (distance rocks to premium chewies). I have been up and down the spectrum and have settled on two balls going forward; the Nike RZN One and the Kirkland Signature (3 piece). Let me explain... I started playing the RZN One and fell in love. At the time I was playing a Srixon ball, and just prior to that I was playing the Titleist NXT Tour (both of which I really liked). I got a sleeve of Nike balls at a scramble tournament I played
  7. How long have you been playing golf? What’s your handicap or normal score? 20+ years (its all my brother's fault). Normally shoot in the mid to low 80s What do you love about golf? The challenge and the focus it requires to overcome those challenges. Plus the scenic views at the courses I play is awe inspiring. What brings you to MyGolfSpy? Do you already know any other Spies? I like the format of the posts on IG so I decided to take a look at the full site. Where are you from? What is your home course? Oakland, CA. My home course is Monarch Bay in San
  8. Julian; Oakland, CA Average Score: 85 Current Irons: Srixon i506 3-PW
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