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Finally getting to my WIYB.  I have waited to do this because I knew i was going to be doing a big overhaul of the bag in the winter. Here are a few pics and i will add more once I can get a few more.




Driver: Ping G25 10.5* Stock Stiff (Waiting on shaft to come in).


3W: TMaG RBZ 3 wood Aldila NV 75 S


Hybrid: Adams XTD ti 18* set to 17* Matrix Red Tie hQ3 S




Irons: Callaway Apex Pro 4-PW KBS Tour S




Wedges: Callaway Mack Daddy 2 50* bent to 51* KBS Tour S, Standard Grind

               Vokey Spin Milled 56* bent to 55 Wedge Flex

               Callaway Mack Daddy 2 60* KBS Tour S U grind


Putter: Scotty Cameron California Monterey 34" SuperStroke Slim 3.0

Grips: Pure DTX Green



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Nice bag.  Where do you play in AC?  Spend a lot of time there as my wife was born and raised in South Jersey and I still have a summer place on the Jersey shore that I seem to use less and less these days.

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Jmikecpa, I play all over I actually live in between AC and Philly.  Saying AC just makes it easier. I have played pretty much everywhere down here except Pine Valley.  I play mostly at Buena Vista Country Club because it is by my house and my dad works there so it can be free.  Where do you play mostly when you come down. 

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My wife's family now lives in Egg Harbor, but lived on the 5th hole of Seaview Pines when we started dating a lot of years ago.  I was a member at Sand Barrens for a lot of years when I lived in the Philly area and spent my summers at my house on the shore.  I usually play Seaview, Twisted Dune or Avalon when I am down there these days.  I lived in Philly for 5 years while I was in college and then moved just over the state line to North Wilmington so I have played most places in the Philly, Delaware and South Jersey areas.......just not Pine Valley.

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Yea I use Golf Now a lot to try and play all the courses in the area.  NJ courses can get pricey compared to courses in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland even.  Gotta love all the choices though

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Whiskey golf,  I got the Pure DTX on them.  When I got fit the fitter put a DTX on one of the shafts i was trying and i like the feel.  I played Golf Pride V55 cord for a long time.  Hoping these will give me a similar feel but hopefully won't be as harsh on my hands.  

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Nice setup Dan, the Apex have a very clean look and carry on Ben's traditional .......don't forget to make your bed before you snap the pix.........LOL

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I have played a few rounds with the clubs and I am a big fan of the Pure DTX grips.  I have no drop off in performance.  This is in regular conditions.  The feel is a little softer then regular cord grips and I like the little softer feel with all the same traction i am used too.  The real test will be in 2 weeks when i go to myrtle beach and play 12 rounds in 6 days.  This will test what they do to my hands and different weather and moisture.  

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I recently moved to the Pure DTX Midsize and I am loving them. Haven't used them in a humid environment yet but in Cali they are working just fine.

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A change to the bag.  I have taken out he Rocketballz 3 wood and replaced it with a Cobra Fly-z+.  A new flat stick was added in the fall and I don't foresee the Futura X5 going anywhere anytime soon.


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