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I have an Epic Flash Subzero w/ Tensei Orange CK Pro TX with a number of weights, front weights 2 grams, 10 grams, 14 grams, and a 12 and 13.5 gram rear weight. The club plays at 44.5". Club kills but I somehow still launch too high even set at 8 degrees, which is tough in my super windy home course. Still have my HZRDS Smoke black 6.0 stock shaft if that is preferred. I would not mind keeping the Tensei, it's an awesome shaft. Looking for a Mavrik, Sim, Sim Max or other interesting club with an upgraded TX or extra stiff low launch and spin shaft. Looking for something along the same value as the Tensei Pro. If you are in the DC area to trade face to face all the better.
Testers Chosen! Testing the 2019 Callaway Epic Flash: @edingc @yungkory And testing the Epic Flash Sub Zero: @THEZIPR23 @sirchunksalot Full announcement posted here. 4 Testers Wanted First there was just Epic and it had Jailbreak, then came Rogue and it had new lighter Jailbreak, Flash forward another year and we now have Epic Flash and Epic Flash Sub Zero, both with an even newer version of jailbreak and newer lighter crown but most importantly a face that was created by Artificial Intelligence----there has to be a Harry Arnett vs. Chad Coleman joke in there somewhere---to produce ball speeds that make heads spin at the USGA to insure they are within CT limits. We all know how the USGA is about it's rules these day...but I digress. So with all that these two drivers have to be the best ever right? Or at least the best of 2019? The results of My Golf Spy's Most Wanted testing released just last week, showed the Epic Flash Sub Zero at the top of the list. And that's no small achievement, as 2019 has widely been proclaimed the year of the driver, first by our very own Tony Covey last fall and afterward by just about every reviewer with a camera and YouTube login. But we're going to give you, actually four of you a chance to find out for yourself just how good these two drivers are. HOW TO APPLY: in this thread - and ONLY in this thread - tell us the following: 1. Your first name and home state or province. -US and Canada eligible 2. Your current handicap and driver swing speed 3. Your current driver 4. List whether you would like to review the Epic Flash or Epic Flash Sub Zero Simple Enough...Good luck everyone, we'll chose our testers sometime next week!
Some of you have been waiting for the GS Rob yard sale, well here's the first part of it that begins with the Wood Section, we'll get to the irons shortly. All prices are shipped. No real Trade Interest, although I suppose if you had a set of G400 or G700 and wanted to talk, I'd listen. Rogue Sub Zero 9.0 Driver 50-Stiff Synergy shaft, played less than 10 rounds, every time I see this driver, I'm amazed at what great shape it's still in. Includes head-cover and wrench. $350 Rogue 4W 60-R Flex Synergy Shaft, played less than 5 rounds, excellent condition. $200 JPX Hybrid 19 Degree, good shape, with wear marks on the face. Fuji 73 Pro Stiff Shaft. $85 Rogue Sub Zero Rogue 4W JPX Hybrid 19 Degree Any questions or reasonable offers...fire away