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I'm doing to make an appointment with my local Club Champion soon for a driver fitting...looking to see if the G400 is the goods for me or not, but will take whatever works the best.

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I'm doing to make an appointment with my local Club Champion soon for a driver fitting...looking to see if the G400 is the goods for me or not, but will take whatever works the best.

I seem to recall some other NE Ohio guy saying he was going there but don't recall the outcome. Make sure to let us know how it goes.

 

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If you guys are serious about your games, be careful what you wish for. I tested a putter a while back that did not work for me at all, and then as a by product, I lost my touch with my old putter that I was deadly with. I gave it 150% effort and bagged it for months-2 to 3 games a week. Because I wanted to give my best effort at a review.

So my cap suffered a bit, and so now 9 months later I'm going with an all new putter, which fortunately has gotten off to a great start.

 

This is a by-product of being a tester.

 

With that, I'm loving my bag and would only consider a 3-wood.

 

The one thing that I would totally love to test, but isn't ever on the table, would be driving range cage that I could set up in my spare garage, with a big-screen simulator and launch monitor. and a large putting green would be cool too. I have a spare 1000 sq ft garage that's just begging for the small practice facility...

 

That's all...

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I'm interested in testing the irons in the players distance category as well. I use “players irons” now but would like a little more forgiveness in a compact shape

 

 

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Drivers. Hopefully, especially the Titleist TS2/3. I have been testing the Mizuno ST against my dear old Mizzy MX500.

I have a great putter and love my GameGolf. Hard testing against those as I am very loyal.

 

 

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Testing a TaylorMade 3W today, Callaway Rogue 3W in two weeks.  I have hit the Rogue and like it -- looking to replace a used Adams Tight Lies that I like well enough but leaves a big distance gap after bagging a new Epic driver.  

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, what ...are you hoping to test this year and why?

 

 

Same as last year--my cholesterol,  blood pressure, blood sugar level, and PSA..

I honestly don't know why.

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Club wise: Titleist TS driver and JPX 919 tours. Those are all I can imagine replacing my current gamers.

 

I'd also be interested in testing any products that are not clubs that could improve my game.

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I am happy with every club in my bag except for my putter.

 

I would love to be fortunate enough to test one.

 

 

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Wedges or putter. Happy with driver, 5w , hybrid and irons.

 

The scoring sticks let

Me down a lot.

 

 

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I really would like to have a chance at testing the jpx 919 tours or Srixon z785 irons

 

 

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Srixon Z585 and U85 combo set, Z585 driver, 4 wood, and hybrids......wow this seems more like a Christmas wish list more than what I would like to test and lastly the Evnroll ER2 putter....LOL

 

#PowerToThePlayer

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Z785 Drivers and irons.

Mizuno JPX 919 tours.

Well, like 808 said, it seems more like a Christmas list but ya never know...

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I'd love to test out the new JPX irons as well as the new Srixon driver. Would've loved the chance to test out the Mizuno ST-180 or PING G400 drivers!

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Testing a TaylorMade 3W today, Callaway Rogue 3W in two weeks. I have hit the Rogue and like it -- looking to replace a used Adams Tight Lies that I like well enough but leaves a big distance gap after bagging a new Epic driver.

If you can look into the Tour edge exotics you should, they will not disappoint, several of us here use them, and I won't carry any other 3wood in my bag, I also know that there are several others here who feel the same. TEE fairway metals are legit, and long. Give them a try. Also you can pick up some of the newer modelsfrom 2nd swing.com or Rockbotton Golf, or 3balls.com for a decent price. I saw yesterday that at the Tour edge website, the newer EX-10 was on sale for 199 and there was a mail I rebate on their site for 50. You can't find a better deal on a premium 3 wood for better than that. Just my .02 good luck in your searches.

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If you can look into the Tour edge exotics you should, they will not disappoint, several of us here use them, and I won't carry any other 3wood in my bag, I also know that there are several others here who feel the same. TEE fairway metals are legit, and long. Give them a try. Also you can pick up some of the newer modelsfrom 2nd swing.com or Rockbotton Golf, or 3balls.com for a decent price. I saw yesterday that at the Tour edge website, the newer EX-10 was on sale for 199 and there was a mail I rebate on their site for 50. You can't find a better deal on a premium 3 wood for better than that. Just my .02 good luck in your searches.

 

I agree,  TEE woods are great and generally fly under the radar so you can pick them up in the used market inexpensively.   I have an XCG7 that I play from the fairway and off the tee and there isn't much that can kick it out of the bag. 

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I agree, TEE woods are great and generally fly under the radar so you can pick them up in the used market inexpensively. I have an XCG7 that I play from the fairway and off the tee and there isn't much that can kick it out of the bag.

You can find some XcG7's for 40-50 bucks that are Still in very good condition. By far the best fairway metals I've played over the years.

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