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RainGolfer, Portland, OR

 

Ping G 3 wood, Alta 65 Soft Regular 14.5 Degrees

Ping G 5 wood, Alta 65 Soft Regular 17.5 Degrees

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Ben s out of Illinois USA

I carry a 14.5 set ping g 3 wood with either the ping tour 80 x or the axivcore red tour 80x.

I'm still looking for the ideal shaft. I can't afford to buy anything at the moment or in the foreseeable future. The Oban devotion 7 in 05 flex seems perfect I had the 04 flex in my tour edge cb2 3 wood that I had for 10 years worked wonderful until I got stronger and developed a tendency to snap hook it.

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Lenny

Neptune Beach Florida

M-80

16 degree senior flex....19 degree senior flex......24 degree senior flex

 

(Tour Edge irons)

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Chris - CALIFORNIA

 

Current fairway wood:

Cobra Fly-Z+ with Fujikura Speeder X-flex shaft, 15.5* loft

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-Jackson- Georgia (USA)

-Great Big Bertha with a Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Black TiNi 50 Graphite (only club in the bag I want fit for)

 

-15* of loft

 

 

 

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Thanks again MGS for another fine offering, but I'll sit this one out. Good luck to all and for those chosen to test, enjoy the ride! Looking forward to all the future reviews!

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Brian, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Tour Edge Exotics EX10 Beta 3-wood, Graphite Design AD, senior flex

TaylorMade Rocketballz RBZ Stage 2 Rescue 3H, stock shaft, senior flex

TaylorMade Rocketballz RBZ Stage 2 Rescue 4H, stock shaft, senior flex

 

3-wood = 15 degrees

3H = 19 degrees

4H = 22 degrees

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Thanks MGS + Tour Edge for this great opportunity :D

 

- Tom / Bixby, Oklahoma

- TaylorMade RBZ 3 wood with Diamana Red + stiff shaft

- 15*

 

 

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Chris - VA/USA


- Titleist 917 F2 Aldila Rogue & Diamana Blue Board - stiff 


- 13.5* & 19*


 


I've heard some great things about these.  I need to fill that gap in between with a 15* anyway.  I'd love to put these thru the paces! 


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Paul/Louisiana

Callaway XR/Diamana D+ 82X

Exotics EX-9/Xphlexxx Agera C

Callaway:15*, Exotics: 13.5*

 

 

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Tim - Boston, MA

Rocketbalz 3W Matrix Ozik reg. shaft 15 degree

Tour Exotics - XCG3 - Fujikura MotoreF3 - 18 Degree

 

In the market for some new clubs, been happy with the Tour Exotics I have.

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Michael, NJ, USA

Tour issue Taylormade R7 15.8 degree fairway wood, Nunchuk

Tour issue Taylormade R7 titanium fairway 18 degrees, Nunchuk

 

I would love to try the new Tour Edge CBX with a Nunchuk, if given the opportunity.

In the 17 degree range.

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Wow those are definitely some stout claims.. with a club like this I could just throw out my driver completely :D . Will be interesting to see if the claims hold true. 

 

- Stu, Chandler, AZ

- Cobra Amp 4 wood/Garafalloy PL Blue/S (16.5*)

- Callaway Apex CF16 3 iron/Aldila RIP/S (bent to 17* (otherwise known as a UDI))

 

I'm currently in that limbo zone.. I've been playing a Cobra Amp 4 wood for the past 2 years. I've found that it might get used about once every 5 rounds. Not because I don't like it or can't hit it well.. I just don't have much of a need for it. Off the tee the thing balloons too much so it's useless there. I'm sure that the shaft could have something to do with that and It's just time for a change anyway. In the fairway, I rarely find myself with a 250+ yd approach and my 3h (19*) usually gets the job done on par 5's.. I just recently built a 17* driving iron that I'm hoping can get more use.. that said, I'm always open to a 3 wood that hits well off the tee and has some versatility on the field. Ultimately my use for this club would be as a driver alternative to give me a tad longer approach as I'm more consistent with my short irons than I am my wedges. 

 

Thanks as always MGS for the opportunity!

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- Lance, TExas


- Taylormade RBZ Tour


- 13 degree stiff, 18 degree stiff 


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- Ashley - Arizona


- TaylorMade RBZ2 with rocketfuel shaft 3 wood


- 15 degrees.


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Scott, Athens, Georgia

 

Two 3w:

Titleist 910 15 degree at 16.5 degree with Diamana 'ahina 82 gram low-mid stiff

TEE XCG6 13' diamana 80 gram stiff

 

This definitely a hole in my game right now. I need some 3w length and the ability to get the ball up higher off the deck than I have been able to do. I know I need a replacement of my Titleist and use the TEE mostly as a mini driver when my Driver is acting up.

 

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