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Taylormade Aeroburner  Graphite Shafts Stiff

Greatest strength - long irons

Greatest weakness - short irons

I love the game of golf. it doesn't get any better! ⛳

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Your first name:  Steve

Your home state/province:  Ohio

Your current handicap:  11

Your current iron set:  Taylormade Burner Plus

Your biggest strength & weakness to your iron game:  Consistent distances, inconsistent direction(left/right misses.

Driver:  Mizuno St-180 regular

FW:  Callaway XR 15 degree regular

Hybrids: Cobra  Amp 17.5 , Adams Tech 19 & 23 degree regular

Irons: Taylormade M2 Stiff steel 5-GW

SW:  Cleveland RTX 56 degree

Putter:  Odyssey DXF6000 blade

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Washington State

Handicap: 6.3

Irons: Bridgestone j15 mb

Biggest strength: pw-6

Weakness:dispersion right and left miss.

Looking forward to the new Rory blades coming out soon



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Name:  Mike

Home:  Utah

Handicap:  12

Current Irons:  Taylormade SLDRs

Strengths:  I would say that my 7, 8, 9 are my strengths in my irons.  I'm fairly accurate with my distance (9-150 yds, 8-160 yds, 7-170 yds, solid height, etc...

Weakness:  I do all that I can to 'play around' these clubs.  Longer irons 4, 5, 6 and PW, SW & 60* wedge.  Long irons are usually hit thin and both left and right of my target.  Wedges are normally fairly straight, but I never know how far I'm going to hit the ball-no consistency.  

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Ont, Canada

Hcp 11

Hogan Apex 99 Apex 3

Strength - short game

Weakness - mid irons, GIR

Hogan GS53. ProjectX Evenflo.

Bridgestone Tourstage GR 3W, 5W. tour AD 

Hogan 99 Apex Blades 4 - E. Project X Pxi. 

Hogan VKTR 21* hybrid IROD F3 75
Hogan EQ wedges. 50*, 56*. 
Scotty Special Select Flowback 5.5
Dean Snell MTBX

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North Carolina


Handicap: 18


Irons: Calloway X2 hot


Strength: consistence within 150 yards


Weakness: hitting long irons (4 thru 6 iron) solid with consistency



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Michigan's Upper Peninsula (God's Country)


Hdcp - 10/12


Currently playing Talormade RSi 1, stiff flex, standard loft/lie


Strengths:  Ability to remain calm, no matter how many balls I shank out of play, and resolve to "hit the next one better"


Weakness: Stubbornly refusing to get fitted thinking "I can do it myself" after 40 years of stubbornly thinking "I can do it myself"....  (but I am going to get fitted this year...  I promise.)

Michigan's Upper Peninsula (God's Country)

Hdcp - 10-12

Right Handed

Driver - Callaway X2Hot, stiff flex, adjustable loft playing at 10.5

Irons - Taylormade RSi 1, stiff flex

Putter - Ping TR Ketsch


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