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Troy

 

Colorado

 

8

 

Titleist 716 MB

 

Strength: consistently finding the center of the club face

 

Weakness: controlling spin and or direction

 

 

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Name: Rick

Home State: Florida
Handicap: 21
Current irons: Callaway FT
Biggest Strength: Good Distance relative to HDCP
Biggest weakness: Trajectory too high (especially on windy days)


Current Irons: Callaway Apex CF16  - Recoil 760 Regular Flex, Std. Length/Lie

Callaway 56 Degree PM Grind Wedge

Current Driver: Callaway XR - Graphite Regular Flex, Std. Length 9.5 degree

Dexterity: Right handed

Resides: The Villages, FL (Home of 12 Championship Golf Courses)

HDCP: 18

Plays: 3-4 times per week 

 

 

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Your first name:Javier

Your home state/province:Alaska

Your current handicap:9.0

Your current iron set:Nike Pro combo

Your biggest strength & weakness to your iron game:I know my yardages for each iron but can be a little inconsistent some times

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Your first name:Javier

Your home state/province:Alaska

Your current handicap:9.0

Your current iron set:Nike Pro combo

Your biggest strength & weakness to your iron game:I know my yardages for each iron but can be a little inconsistent some times

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Jeff

Michigan

18.8

TaylorMade Speedblades

Biggest strength with irons is clean contact but I tend to lose shots to the right. Also could use a little more distance with my irons.

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Agree,handicap 7, currently play steelhead xr, would love to test pro, had original set of steelhead pro, residence Dayton Ohio, strength is short game n wedge play, weakness is low trajectory on mid low irons

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Jeff

California

18.2

Callaway Apex Pro

Strength: Ball contact

Weakness: Accuracy

 

 

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Lou. Montana. 8.1. Taylormade PSI 6-aw Callaway hydrid 3-5 steel fiber shafts. Long game my weakness iron play and short game my strength

 

 

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Your first name: Corey


Your home state/province: TX


Your current handicap: 22.1


Your current iron set: Titleist 716 AP1


Your biggest strength & weakness to your iron game: Being a high handicap golfer constancy in ball striking is my biggest weakness of my game. I am seeing taking lessons is helping to address this. So when I hit the ball well, I am seeing decent results in terms distance and accuracy.    


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First name:  Tony S.

Home state:  Virginia

Current Handicap: 2

Current Irons: 714 AP2's

Biggest Strength: Distance control, accuracy

Biggest weakness:  4,5 irons

 

Thanks

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Kent


Idaho


14.9


Cobra one length


Straight shooter   Occasional fat shot


 


 


BTW. Left-handed regular shaft, standard loft and lie


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Name: Mark
Home State: GA
Handicap: 18
Current irons: Nike Slingshot OSS
Biggest Strength: High ball flight, plenty of distance
Biggest weakness: Inconsistent squaring of the face through the iron set. I get the face more closed with short irons, leading to a slight draw, but don't get it as closed with long irons, leading to a fade. It would be convenient to at least have the same shot shape through the full set...

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Dave

 

Virginia

 

13

 

Miura PP-9003 straight neck, black boron finish

 

Strength:consistency

 

Weakness:get too handsy

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John McNeil

California

12.6

Srixon Z945 4-PW, Callaway Mack Daddy Forged 50, 54, 58

Strength - Wedge play

Weakness - Accuracy with mid irons

 

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Rob

Nashville, TN

2.7 handicap

Wishon Sterling Single Length Irons

Strength: Usually very accurate with irons since they are all single length.

Weaknesses: Could use more distance as most probably do!


My bag is a revolving door!

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Steve

Utah

18

Ping I E1

Strengths: accuracy with mid to short irons

Weakness: loss of speed from aging leading to lower trajectory with longer irons

 

 

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What's currently in my 'ever-changing' bag:

Driver: Ping G400 Max Stock Alta shaft reg flex.

FW: Ping G400 3 & 5 woods Alta shafts reg flex.

Hybrids: Ping G400 4 & 5 reg flex Alta Shaft.

Irons: Ping G700 6-SW, Orange Dot, Reg Flex AWT -1/2".

Putter: Scotty Cameron Bullseye Flange, Superstroke Flatso 1.1 counter balanced grip.

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Jerry


Virginia


6.1


Titleist AP2 716 4-GW


Biggest strength is PW/SW/9/8 iron accuracy, along with short game 


& weakness is longer iron accuracy



In My Bag

 

Driver Titleist 913 D3 

 

4,5,6 Callaway H2 Hot Hybrids

 

7-GW Titleist 916 AP2 

 

Edel Sand Wedge (54) and Lob Wedge (60)

 

Edel Classic Putter

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