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1 hour ago, B.Boston said:


I don’t go reaching into ponds. If it goes there it’s gone.

Never know what’s in there...IMG_1720.jpg

 

especially in the Boston area, I mean the Irish mob was pretty active there too right? xP

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12 minutes ago, golfish! said:

 

especially in the Boston area, I mean the Irish mob was pretty active there too right? xP

Isn't a Boston Pond the type that break your knee caps?

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I'm gonna give the challenge a shot in my round with @Thin2win this afternoon. Trying to decide if I should take some of my irons out of my bag to make it easier to turn over the bag. On the other hand, I feel like mid-irons are going to be more versatile in terms of distance than clubs at either end of the bag, especially if I'm trying to get myself out of trouble from in the rough...

For folks who have already completed the challenge, what did you do and what do you recommend?

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2 minutes ago, edingc said:

Unfortunately, it feels like I haven't had a lot to contribute here lately. Work has been really busy as we ramp up for the year and between that and playing actual golf I haven't added a ton to the conversation.

I have been able to make use of my lunch breaks and have been "digging in the dirt" for the past three weeks trying to get some of my swing issues sorted out. I ended up having a really good session today and wanted to share some numbers to show what these clubs are capable of. 

I'm still struggling a bit adapting to these irons, but I made a few tweaks to my setup and also really emphasized getting a good turn with every club over the past few days and they have been performing nicely. The below GIFs are indicative of what I would call a good strike for me (numbers from my FlightScope Mevo with a mix of Pinnacle, Bridgestone and Srixon range balls):

6 Iron

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Pitching Wedge

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Keep in mind the lofts of these clubs when looking at distance and ball speed. The PW is 42.5 degrees and the 6 iron is 24 degrees. 

The amazing thing about the irons only/woods only challenges is that it forced me to really practice with the 17 degree 2 hybrid. Since it is my only hybrid it "double-dipped" as an eligible club in both challenges. During my wood review I said I didn't think I'd find a use for this club, but I am definitely not letting go of it now. It's almost as long as my 3 wood off the tee! 

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And, finally, the SpeedZone Xtreme driver. I still definitely love how forgiving this monster is. I would love to see my ball speed come up a bit more, but I'll be honest and say I didn't strike all of these out of the center. That's how crazy fast this driver is on off-center hits.

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Really nice recap, I'm impressed with the driver's numbers. 

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50 minutes ago, edingc said:

Unfortunately, it feels like I haven't had a lot to contribute here lately. Work has been really busy as we ramp up for the year and between that and playing actual golf I haven't added a ton to the conversation.

I have been able to make use of my lunch breaks and have been "digging in the dirt" for the past three weeks trying to get some of my swing issues sorted out. I ended up having a really good session today and wanted to share some numbers to show what these clubs are capable of. 

I'm still struggling a bit adapting to these irons, but I made a few tweaks to my setup and also really emphasized getting a good turn with every club over the past few days and they have been performing nicely. The below GIFs are indicative of what I would call a good strike for me (numbers from my FlightScope Mevo with a mix of Pinnacle, Bridgestone and Srixon range balls):

6 Iron

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Pitching Wedge

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Keep in mind the lofts of these clubs when looking at distance and ball speed. The PW is 42.5 degrees and the 6 iron is 24 degrees. 

The amazing thing about the irons only/woods only challenges is that it forced me to really practice with the 17 degree 2 hybrid. Since it is my only hybrid it "double-dipped" as an eligible club in both challenges. During my wood review I said I didn't think I'd find a use for this club, but I am definitely not letting go of it now. It's almost as long as my 3 wood off the tee! 

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And, finally, the SpeedZone Xtreme driver. I still definitely love how forgiving this monster is. I would love to see my ball speed come up a bit more, but I'll be honest and say I didn't strike all of these out of the center. That's how crazy fast this driver is on off-center hits.

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You have done a great job Cody adapting to new clubs is not easy. Work happens but you have definitely  done justice for MGS and cobra keep it up

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Just now, Lacassem said:

You have done a great job Cody adapting to new clubs is not easy. Work happens but you have definitely  done justice for MGS and cobra keep it up

Appreciate it! It's been such a crazy ride, and I can assure you we still have a few more great weeks ahead!

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3 hours ago, TCUFrog said:
1 hour ago, edingc said:

Unfortunately, it feels like I haven't had a lot to contribute here lately. Work has been really busy as we ramp up for the year and between that and playing actual golf I haven't added a ton to the conversation.

I have been able to make use of my lunch breaks and have been "digging in the dirt" for the past three weeks trying to get some of my swing issues sorted out. I ended up having a really good session today and wanted to share some numbers to show what these clubs are capable of. 

I'm still struggling a bit adapting to these irons, but I made a few tweaks to my setup and also really emphasized getting a good turn with every club over the past few days and they have been performing nicely. The below GIFs are indicative of what I would call a good strike for me (numbers from my FlightScope Mevo with a mix of Pinnacle, Bridgestone and Srixon range balls):

6 Iron

6iron.gif.5cc77b3ad30bf01eb21dd5867847825b.gif

Pitching Wedge

pw.gif.f8fe18949965f195381e6d7f142ca0d1.gif

Keep in mind the lofts of these clubs when looking at distance and ball speed. The PW is 42.5 degrees and the 6 iron is 24 degrees. 

The amazing thing about the irons only/woods only challenges is that it forced me to really practice with the 17 degree 2 hybrid. Since it is my only hybrid it "double-dipped" as an eligible club in both challenges. During my wood review I said I didn't think I'd find a use for this club, but I am definitely not letting go of it now. It's almost as long as my 3 wood off the tee! 

2H.png.99713e69b2fd9352f1e72a20e555dc6d.png

And, finally, the SpeedZone Xtreme driver. I still definitely love how forgiving this monster is. I would love to see my ball speed come up a bit more, but I'll be honest and say I didn't strike all of these out of the center. That's how crazy fast this driver is on off-center hits.

driver.gif.232eac47901c95775dd1b5bd52cc8470.gif

Is there anything else that we've failed to touch on in our four reviews so far that someone is dying to know?

That’s awesome man! As the saying goes, gotta take the good with the bad. And 190 carry with the 6i?! Strong lofts or not, that’s hella impressive. 🙌🏼 

I noticed as well that I was hitting my 3H about as well and far as my 3W this past Sunday. It was a combination of being forced to use it and just getting more confident with it to simply swing hard. 

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On 8/19/2020 at 1:03 PM, edingc said:

#MGSCobra2020 #CobraConnect Cobra SpeedZone Stand Bag Review - edingc, a.k.a. #TeamCalvesLikePhil

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Cobra set all of us up with the SpeedZone stand bag, a collaboration between Cobra and Vessel Bags. The bag is a slightly downsized version of the SpeedZone staff bag used by Cobra staffers such as Rickie Fowler.

I use a walking cart almost exclusively, so this is my first experience with a stand bag in a long time. Last season, I used an older OGIO cart bag before moving onto a personalized Sun Mountain Sync for my first rounds of 2020.

Look and Feel - 5/5 Stars
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Simply put, the SpeedZone stand bag is one of the sharpest looking and best feeling bags I’ve ever been around. It is luxurious in feel, no surprise given Vessel’s reputation. While I understand the color scheme may not be for everyone, if you are a fan of Cobra you won’t find another bag that better embodies the brand.

The material is very sturdy, a welcome change from my Sun Mountain Sync’s nylon-like material that feels so light and fragile. The stitched Cobra snake and Tour Crown logos are 🔥. A faux-snakeskin accent panel running the length of the bag completes the look. 

And, really, how many stand bags out there have carbon fiber-wrapped legs?!?

Storage - 3/5 Stars
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I try to keep my bag as light as possible given I walk most of my rounds with a push cart. It is simply too much work to push around a heavy bag. While the SpeedZone stand bag provides just enough storage for me, it is lacking in this area overall.

There is a large side pocket that can hold a jacket, with two smaller pockets inside. However, some of this space is reserved for the included rain hood. 

The ball pocket is large, though I generally store my laser rangefinder here along with a bag of tees and my keys and wallet during the round.

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The soft-lined valuables pocket, embroidered with the Tour Crown logo, serves as the best place to hold everything I keep in my pockets during a round - balls, short and long tee, divot repair tool and ball marker. I don’t think I would trust my rangefinder out of its case here unless it was the only thing in the pocket.

The two small side pockets hold my golf glove, a can of sunscreen and a small bag containing first-aid supplies. Unfortunately, that’s about all the pockets can comfortably hold.

Almost every round this summer I’ve carried along a 32 ounce Gatorade Zero for hydration. My Sun Mountain bag had a very nice cooler pocket that was large enough to hold the bottle with no issues, and kept it cold for the entire round. The SpeedZone bag does not have such a pocket, but only two small insulated sleeves for much smaller bottles.

On-Course - 3.5/5 Stars
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There have been no issues strapping the SpeedZone stand bag on my CaddyTek push cart. I have had no problems with the bag shifting or falling out of the cart’s pinch top or lower bungee straps. All of the pockets remain accessible while on the cart, and the only negative is that the towel/towel ring needs to be lifted up prior to placing the bag on the cart so that the upper supports don’t pinch it down.

I have used a 14-way top bag for the past decade, and my biggest complaint about the SpeedZone stand bag is the four-way top. I understand this is not the only bag on the market with this design, but I hate the four-way divider for multiple reasons:

    •    There is no dedicated putter well, which can make a putter with an oversized grip tough to remove.
    •    Clubs only stay in groups and not in order unless you’re very careful. This is my obsessiveness kicking in - with a 14-way top I have everything organized perfectly.
    •    It is tough at times to remove or replace a club without the grips grabbing other grips or club shafts. Sometimes it takes a good shake for all of the clubs to seat to the bottom of the bag.

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I played in a steady rain while attempting the irons-only challenge, and the rain hood fit well and kept my clubs dry while still providing easy access to them.

To be fair to the review, I walked nine holes while carrying the bag and also played 18 with the bag strapped to a golf cart. 

I thought the bag performed really well when strapped to the golf cart, since the grips were much less likely to bind when the bag was standing straight up. I looped the cart strap through the handle, and the bag stayed secure all round.

Carrying, while not something I’d want to do all of the time, was surprisingly enjoyable. There is sufficient padding on both the straps and the bag to make the experience very comfortable. The bag employs a really nifty system that allows for the straps to move independently of each other and resist twisting. 

Miscellaneous - 3/5 Stars
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The strap system is easily removed with four clips. It’s a fantastic design and purposeful for those of us who do not carry except out to the range.

I’ve noticed a few marks on the yellow shell of the bag, I think a light scrubbing will take them off without issue.

While the rain hood is a heavy material and well-built like the rest of the bag, it takes up considerable space in the largest side pocket. I only put a single box of balls in the side pocket along with the rain hood and it’s pretty full. Removing the rain hood is certainly an option, but, in my opinion, defeats the purpose of having one.

I also wish the bag had some velcro for my golf glove on the outer shell. It’s a feature on the Sun Mountain, and I found myself using it a lot to keep my glove dry between shots during the hot and humid Michigan summer.

Play It or Trade It - 4/5 Stars
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This is a really solid stand bag, but the four-way top and lack of a putter well hamper its utility when strapped to a push cart. I struggle too often with grips grabbing each other when clubs are removed or put back into the bag. For this reason, I doubt I will continue to use the bag during my rounds after the end of #CobraConnect.

The SpeedZone stand bag, however, will become an excellent range/practice bag for me. I rarely take my full set of clubs to the range so binding is less of an issue. I love having the stand on the range, also.

I just can’t trade or not use a bag this beautiful!

Overall Score - 3.5/5 Stars
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The SpeedZone stand bag would be an excellent bag if I carried every round. It is extremely comfortable; well-built but not heavy. And, it's a looker.

Unfortunately, the four-way top is a big deal breaker for me when using a push cart.

I had the 14-way version of the Vessel Player 2.0 and bought it for the exact reason you don't like the 4-way: absence of a putter well. Ultimately, I don't like 14-way bags as I kind of knew going into buying one, but thought that it was due to my old Hoofer 14 not having a putter well -- it wasn't. One of those "to each their own" kind of deals but if the Vessel 4-way had a putter well (which would make it a 5-way I guess?) I would probably have one instead of the Nike bag I picked up.

13 hours ago, xOldBenKenobiX said:

Played another 18 this morning. 

Rock of choice, orange pinnacle Distance

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Taking the pinnacle to the beach with the 9 iron

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I used the Putter out of the green side rough, more than a few times.

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More wedging with the putter.

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I was in a good grove with the putter out of the rough

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Took a top flight distance XL to the 9th hole

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My son driving me around this morning

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It was a perfect day, shot an 81, both best scores for the CCC4 and HRC

The course is Taylor meadows

66.1/117

Still seating at a 17.1 handicap

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Yo someone needs to teach people how to hit from the range wtf is up with those divots? Out here trying to hit off of a cheese grater!

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46 minutes ago, yungkory said:

Yo someone needs to teach people how to hit from the range wtf is up with those divots? Out here trying to hit off of a cheese grater!

No kidding!! I didn’t even notice that until you pointed it out, but man that is gross!! 🤢 Seriously, how can you even get that many different sized divots, spaced out that evenly, pointed in every freaking direction! 

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3 hours ago, yungkory said:

Yo someone needs to teach people how to hit from the range wtf is up with those divots? Out here trying to hit off of a cheese grater!

Hahaha, I should grab a picture of my range sometime. My personal favorite are the digger "pits" where people have carved out an entire 2x2 section and basically made a huge hole. You can't use the grass next to it at all because you'd be standing below your ball.

At least with the cheese grater look you have decent footing and can connect the dots with your swings!

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6 hours ago, yungkory said:

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6 hours ago, yungkory said:

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Those are par 3 tee boxes, we were the first group out, but yeah, a lot deep marks on those tee boxes

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21 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

The par 3 was to finish the day today.....Almost Jordaned it. Closest I have ever been on a par 3 and that hole is no slouch with a tight window and postage stamp protected green (yes I made the bird)

Very nice shot into that Par 3, well done.

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1 minute ago, xOldBenKenobiX said:

Very nice shot into that Par 3, well done.

Actually had a choice in clubs! I chose the right one!

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5 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

Actually had a choice in clubs! I chose the right one!

That is one of the things that I was able to control for this challenge, we started on the 10th hole, so 11 was a par 3, then the next one was 17th, once we made the turn 5 and 6 were par 3s, so I was ensuring to save the clubs that best fit the yardage to use for those holes, otherwise, I was super happy with the outcome of the round and experience, it got me thinking that maybe I need to start planning the rounds in advance and think outside the box with the club usage.

I also almost chucked my 3 wood on the pound yesterday, too many topped shots.

But then I remember that when I need to practice a lot more with it.

 

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