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Nippon recently launched their G.O.S.T shaft and while it looks great I feel I am curious to has how it performs. I have never really found a shaft for a hybrid or utility that had the right weight or feel. The Mitsubishi Tensei pro hybrid shafts don’t feel like the woods and I game the nippon 120x and it would have to be a major improvement for me to change. curious if anyone has had a chance to hit the shaft and provide some feed back to feel and performance. Nippon makes great products but shelling out $250+ dollars for this is a big commitment.
Cobra KING Utility Black One Length Iron Review A few months ago I purchased a slightly shop-worn Single Length Cobra King Utility Black 4-iron with the hope that I'd be getting a do-it-all club. As a 22 handicapper, I tend to end up in a wide variety of lie/angle situations. After a few rounds under my belt I feel confident in saying that this is indeed a game-changer for anyone looking for more consistency. Here's my review: The Decision I have a pretty decent swing for my level of handicap. At 6'1â€ 190lbs, I can hit the ball decently straight and far. My problem is con
This came across the InBox this morning from Srixon/Cleveland - it's an interesting take on Utility Irons. We tend to think of them as driving irons, but Srixon appears to be taking a different approach - one similar to PING with its Crossover clubs and Hogan with its Ft. Worth 15 hi irons.... SRIXON UTILITY IRONS ARE DOMINATING ON THE PGA TOUR Srixon was the most used brand of utility iron at the Safeway Open, with 10 in play. At the CIMB Classic, both Anirban Lahiri (T3) and Keegan Bradley (6) had a Srixon Z U45 utility iron in the bag (specs below). Our staffers and those outside ou