Here's the bag, June 2019
Callaway Rogue SZ 9*, PX Even Flow T1100 white 6.5, 68g
Callaway Rogue SZ 15* 3W, PX Even Flow T1100 white 6.5, 76g
TM P790 3 iron, PX 6.0
Titleist 690.MB 5-P, PX 6.0 - old school lofts. Plays 6-G in modern lofts. I've actually taken the 3,4 irons out after a few rounds. Don't really need them.
Cleveland RTX4 54*, DG S400
TM HITOE 58*, KBS
Scotty Cameron Pro Platinum Newport 2
Jones Golf Utility Stand Bag, Navy
Look at that offset!
Today, I was greeted with a lovely Taylormade iron box. I walked into the door and saw the box and immediately asked my wife what it was. She replied with, "I don't know. You tell me?" I started going through my mind about all of the searches I've done recently. I got scared I pocket purchased a club on accident. I replied with, "I swear babe. I haven't bought anything. Especially with out telling you first." I opened the box and saw the below beauty sitting there. I picked up the card and was surprised to see I had been selected based on my response to a post. If I'm being perfectly honest, I can't even remember submitting anything to win the club. But none the less, I'm thankful for the opportunity.
Based on my initial thoughts of looking down at the club at address, it's nice. I don't have a feeling of oh shoot I have to be good to game these. The wide top line provides the confidence. The top line doesn't seem overly wide though. I'm a single digit handicapper right now and I could easily see myself gaming an entire bag of these. RANT INCOMING: (I really don't understand why most golfers want to have Blades. I get the allure of the sleek nature of the irons, but from a performance standpoint, if you can't put little round wear marks in your irons, I really don't believe blades is best. I know there can be outliers, but double digit handis definitely shouldn't be gaming blades. The point of irons isn't to look the best while you're at address. Save looking good for apparel. I'd rather have an iron that performs amazing but doesn't look the greatest. I understand the point of look good feel good though).
In the coming weeks, I plan on providing my unbiased review of this iron. I'm currently gaming the Taylormade PSI irons. We'll see how big of a difference a couple years makes for technology. I love the feel of the PSI's when I flush them. It seriously feels like butter when cutting through the ball and the grass. Coming from the S55's, it's amazing the difference in feel and forgiveness.
Hey everyone! new member/first post here so bear with me!
Callaway (unknown model) Grey Goose stand bag (looks awesome, purchased from PlayItAgain)
Cobra F7 Driver - Stiff 60g Fukijura shaft - Garfield "Born 2 Birdie" Headcover
Callaway Rouge 3 wood - Adila Synergy Regular shaft
Cobra F7 5 wood - Regular Fukijura shaft - My old Callaway Diablo 3 wood Headcover
TaylorMade TP Rescue 4/22* - I'm not sure how old this is, I am in the market for something new
Cobra F8 Iron set 5-GW - Regular flex TrueTemper XP90 shafts
Ping Tour-S 54*/12* bounce wedge - KBS Tour Shaft
Adams Tom Watson 58*/8* bounce wedge - Adams branded shaft
Tommy Armour Impact #3 Putter - 35" Black painted shaft
I think the next things to be replaced are the Rescue, then the wedges, then the driver. I also have the 38" Counterbalanced TA putter I have used twice if anyone is interested! Enjoy the pictures:
These are the forum members who will be testing the Tour Edge Exotics CBX 119 Hybrid:
@fozcycle @MattF @bens197 @dhartmann34 ______________________________________________________
Hybrids have long been a love/hate club for many players. Many love them and the forgiveness they offer, and many hate them for their tendency to hook. Finding the perfect or even dependable hybrid is often an ever going process for many players. It's also not one you see a lot on the PGA Tour. But if you have spent any time watching the PGA Tour Champions over the past couple months, you no doubt have noticed two things.
1) A big tour presence by Tour Edge, in not only it's well established fairway woods, but more recently the Exotics CBX hybrid popping up in the bags of Scott McCarron and others. The club has been vital to McCarron as he has won two events in the last three weeks. What makes this hybrid so attractive, well we'll if a picture is worth 1,000 words, then a video must be worth at least 2,000. So see for yourself
So there it is, we're looking for four testers to test, review and keep a Tour Edge Excotics CBX 119 hybrid of your choice. Follow the instructions below.
Per the OEM's request this testing is open to Right Handed Golfers in the US.
Do Not Quote this post in your entry: Doing so may lead to disqualification.
Provide the following information:
First Name/City, State
Current hybrid model Played
What loft you think you would choose and why
We'll be picking the testers sometime next week so check back to see if you've been selected. Good Luck!!
Now that it's no longer part of the Adidas family, TaylorMade has teamed with Peter Millar to enter the performance apparel line. I suppose it will be a way to get it's name on any staffers who may not have an apparel deal.
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