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Are the only color options that wild blue? Is it too much at times or just never gets old

I have them in a white satin finish. I didn't like the blue finish.

 

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Driver:  :cobra-small: F9, Project X Evenflow White T1100, 6.0 

3 wood:  :cobra-small:  F9, Fujikura Atmos blue,

3 hybrid:   :cobra-small:   F7 19.5 degree stiff flex

Irons: 4-pw   :mizuno-small:  JPX 919 KBS C-Taper  Lite shafts

Wedges:   :cobra-small:   King Black 50, 54, 60 degree KBS Hi-Rev 2.0

Putters:  Odyssey O-Works  1w 34" w/ Superstroke counterbalanced Pistol GT 2.0 grip

 

 

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Are the only color options that wild blue? Is it too much at times or just never gets old

I have the T7's in blue. I don't find them to be distracting, and I like the worn finish they have now. I normally prefer a more simple look and finish, but thought the blue and grey on the face actually helped with alignment a little bit. I'll take some pics and post them up of how they have worn after a season of use (30 to 40 rounds and practice roughly once a week).

Driver: :callaway-small:  Rogue 9*, -1" length
FW: :callaway-small:  Epic SZ 13.5*, 18* -.5" length

Utility: :titelist-small:  816 H2 21*
Irons: :callaway-small: Apex CF 16, std. lenght/lie
Wedges: :mizuno-small:  T7 Blue Ion, 52*, 56*, 60*
Putter: :odyssey-small:  #7S
Ball: K-sig (until I run out)

RH golfer from Detroit, MI with a 14 handicap, working towards single digits

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I have the T7's in blue. I don't find them to be distracting, and I like the worn finish they have now. I normally prefer a more simple look and finish, but thought the blue and grey on the face actually helped with alignment a little bit. I'll take some pics and post them up of how they have worn after a season of use (30 to 40 rounds and practice roughly once a week).

Here's a couple of pics of one season of wear20180419_181814.jpg20180419_181713.jpg20180419_181636.jpg20180419_181225.jpg

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Driver: :callaway-small:  Rogue 9*, -1" length
FW: :callaway-small:  Epic SZ 13.5*, 18* -.5" length

Utility: :titelist-small:  816 H2 21*
Irons: :callaway-small: Apex CF 16, std. lenght/lie
Wedges: :mizuno-small:  T7 Blue Ion, 52*, 56*, 60*
Putter: :odyssey-small:  #7S
Ball: K-sig (until I run out)

RH golfer from Detroit, MI with a 14 handicap, working towards single digits

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Here's a couple of pics of one season of wear 20180419_181814.jpg 20180419_181713.jpg 20180419_181636.jpg 20180419_181225.jpg

Those are wearing very well it appears. I'm a little surprised the blue has held up that well.

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Man they look great. I like the way they are wearing and from the pictures online that blue looks great. I thought it was going to be a blinding blue

Yeah, i thought it would have been off putting at first, but it's a pretty subtle blue. I actually like the contrast of the blue and grey of the face at address. Helps a little with alignment too I think

Driver: :callaway-small:  Rogue 9*, -1" length
FW: :callaway-small:  Epic SZ 13.5*, 18* -.5" length

Utility: :titelist-small:  816 H2 21*
Irons: :callaway-small: Apex CF 16, std. lenght/lie
Wedges: :mizuno-small:  T7 Blue Ion, 52*, 56*, 60*
Putter: :odyssey-small:  #7S
Ball: K-sig (until I run out)

RH golfer from Detroit, MI with a 14 handicap, working towards single digits

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I got some Epon Tour Wedges at 54 and 58. Modus 125 wedge that I really like.

 

 

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:srixon-small:  Z45 (Kuro Kage stiff flex 70g)

:srixon-small:  U65 20* (Miyazaki X-stiff)

:nike-small: VR Pro Combo 4-PW (Project X PXI 6.5)

:nike-small: Engage wedges 52* 58*

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Does anyone Game the Taylormade Milled Grind Wedges?

I gamed them for a little bit last year. They are very solid! The glare was holding them back.

 

 

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 Atmos Blue 6S

 Atmos Red 7S
 Atmos Blue 8S
Apex CF19 4-AW C-Taper Lite S
SM7's RAW 50F - 54S - 58M - 62M

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If I end up not liking the PÅ«R I will be trying the PING Glide 2.0 Stealths...

 

Should have just done this to begin with. After watching all of those TXG videos, I'm fairly certain I need to drive there and get fit.

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If I end up not liking the PÅ«R I will be trying the PING Glide 2.0 Stealths...

 

Should have just done this to begin with. After watching all of those TXG videos, I'm fairly certain I need to drive there and get fit.

They are way too far away from Texas, but those guys are super smart. I would love to go through a proper wedge fitting. The place I go to in Houston is great for everything else in the bag but they cant do a "real" wedge fitting unfortunately.

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I play the Nike VR Forged black oxide wedges. Currently have a 52*, 56* and 60*.

 

For some reason can't hit the 52* very well (think it's mental at this point). The 56 is my go to for anything within 100 yards. I keep the 60* in the bag because its great for nice little, easy shots around 30 yards. Gets me close every-time.

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They are way too far away from Texas, but those guys are super smart. I would love to go through a proper wedge fitting. The place I go to in Houston is great for everything else in the bag but they cant do a "real" wedge fitting unfortunately.

Not super far for me, but having to do an out of country package is a pain in the arse.

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Another one here with 50/54/58; currently MD3 on older Callaway M75i graphite shafts. Prior to that was Cally Forged on those same shafts (just put the newer MD3 heads on), and prior to that was Cally X-Jaws on a mix of TT-DG steel shafts.

 

That wedge gapping works well for me, and allows me to (attempt to [emoji6]) play a variety of shots with each.

 

Wouldn't consider dropping a wedge, even tho yeah I can hit any one of them .. or even the 45° PW .. short/long, hi/lo, etc. But the closer you get .. the harder the game gets .. and I prefer to have the "right tool" at hand.

 

I was not as comfortable with the 58 as with the 54, so during a lesson I asked the instructor for help and now I spend a lot of practice time with that club so I can have more confidence in executing those close-in shots.

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..Callaway Epic Speed 4W and Epic Max 7W (both Project X Cypher)
..Callaway Big Bertha 4H and 5H (both Recoil ZTR)
..PXG 0211 6i-GW (Mitsubishi MMT) 
..Cleveland CBX-2 54 and CBX 60 (both Rotex graphite)
...Edel EAS 4.0 (stock shaft, zero offset hosel, round grip)
..all in a Datrek bag on an MGI Zip Navigator electric cart.

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Chart your game and think wisely before making a change.

 

Great advice!!!!!!!!

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WITB of an "aspiring"  😉 play-ah ...
..Callaway Epic Speed 4W and Epic Max 7W (both Project X Cypher)
..Callaway Big Bertha 4H and 5H (both Recoil ZTR)
..PXG 0211 6i-GW (Mitsubishi MMT) 
..Cleveland CBX-2 54 and CBX 60 (both Rotex graphite)
...Edel EAS 4.0 (stock shaft, zero offset hosel, round grip)
..all in a Datrek bag on an MGI Zip Navigator electric cart.

Forum Member tester for the ExPutt Putting Simulator (2020)

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I've been playing a 46 - 52 - 58 for the past ten years. I only carry 13 clubs and have found that these are very manageable. Right now it's 47 - 52 - 59 and can tweak that if it isn't working well. Sure I could add a 55 in there but I feel like I can do more with less. Besides, I'm not exclusively wedge when I'm around the greens.

 

 

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Not super far for me, but having to do an out of country package is a pain in the arse.

I thought UP was basically Canada anyway. Ha

 

I'm in the final planning stages of my trip there. And it is has easier planning than my trips to Pensacola. Ha

 

 

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I thought UP was basically Canada anyway. Ha

 

I'm in the final planning stages of my trip there. And it is has easier planning than my trips to Pensacola. Ha

 

 

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True, but we have to follow the policy no matter the country.

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