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TESTERS ANNOUNCED! Ben Hogan PTx Irons

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Don

Austin TX

14

I look forward to being selected

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Jordy Middelman

Hcp 19.

 

Heerhugowaard

 

(The netherlands)

 

(I cant Find these irons in the netherlands to test)

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Wade

Tennessee

8


6'4" 230lbs. What's In My Bag? Cobra KING LTD 10* Driver Rogue Black X Stiff Cobra KING LTD 3/4 FW set at 14.5* Rogue Black X Stiff Cobra Fly Z Pro Irons 3-PW 2 Deg Up Dynamic Gold X100 +1/2" Cobra Chrome Tour Rusty Wedges 48,52,57* Dynamic Gold X100 +1/2" Taylormade Spider Blade Slant 32 Putter 35"

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Rick Humphreys

Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

Handicap 11

 

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I would love to review these and provide some great feedback! I golf about 5 days a week and would really enjoy comparing these to my G30s

 

First name - Tony

Home state/province - Wisconsin

Current handicap - 5.5


What's in the Bag?

- PING G400 SFTec driver, Mitsubishi Chemical C6 Blue Stiff, @ 9*

- PING G series 3w, Alta CB Stiff shaft @ 16*

- PING G400 19* & 22* Hybrid, Alta CB Stiff

- PING i200 Irons, Modus 105 stiff, soft stepped, purple dot 5-AW

- PING Glide 56, 60 wedges, Modus 105 wedge shafts

- Ping Sigma 2 Kushin C @ 32.75 inches

 

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Rick, 14 from Texas

 

Love to test the PTx against my Apex Edge Pro's & Callaway Apex!


This week`s Starting Line-Up:

B-Stone J815 w/ Fubuki ZT 60, Stiff
B-Stone J15 3 & 5 w/Fubuki ZT 75, Stiff
910H 21* w/ Diamana, Stiff
B-Stone J15 Cavity 4 Iron w/ Steelfiber i95, Stiff (either/or w/ hybrid)
B-Stone J40 Combo set w/ Steelfiber i95, Stiff, 5 - Pw
52* & 58* Vokey SM5's (Evaluating 52*,56*,60* Clevelands)
Ping Ti Anser Wrx

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Bryan

Nova Scotia

29 (unofficial -Finally getting to play more regular this year so hope to get a decent handicap set and improve on it)

 

The idea of GI clubs that give you feedback is enticing. I've always thought that it is great that GI clubs will help you pay better and helps reduce frustration and improve motivation. But if they always mask your mistakes, how do you know that something is wrong and needs to change? It would seem like they could limit your improvement. Therefore, a club that helps you score better but still gives feedback on bad shots seems like a better approach.

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