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1 hour ago, russtopherb said:

A belated happy anniversary @revkev! Love the pics, you can really see the offset difference between the D7 and the D7 forged in the side by side view. Definitely curious to see what sort of ballflight differences you see between the two lines.

Thanks - I'm anxious to see that too - I've tended to miss stuff left with the regular D7's.  The dispersion patterns are tight with them but they are left of target for sure.  I'm very hopeful that less offset will bring that dispersion pattern closer to center.  The lofts are also a bit weaker head to head with the D7 forged.  Strong compared to a player's club but weak compared to a modern GI or Super GI (if that category really exists anymore.)  The lofts are quite similar to the G30's actually and I love the way I launch those.  I just hate the way they look and I have very little ability to flight the ball down with them.   

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And we’re off!   Thanks so much to MGS and Wilson for selecting me to be a part of this test.   I do check the boxes for this one, older guy, lower handicap but handicap up some from peak season

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12 hours ago, revkev said:

In this test I intend to compare this iron with my current gamer, the Ping G30, as well as the regular D7 that I was considering moving to before being selected for this test.

Most excellent that we'll see a comparison with the original D7's!   

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12 hours ago, Thin2win said:

Just means we need to do a golf event before you head south

Funny you mention that... I'm thinking a Boise Roundup once the smoke clears. 👍

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1 hour ago, russtopherb said:

A belated happy anniversary @revkev! Love the pics, you can really see the offset difference between the D7 and the D7 forged in the side by side view. Definitely curious to see what sort of ballflight differences you see between the two lines.

That makes two of us!

 

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3 hours ago, Thin2win said:

Adding a couple ball flight videos:straight, L -> R, R -> L. And a bonus. 

Hole 2: need a slight draw, 6i off the tee. 

 

 

Hole #3, Left rough 140y 9i. Hoping for a straight ball flight.

 

Hole #4, right rough needing a L -> R ball flight, 8i ~150y

 

The follow up shot, Hole #4, Gap Wedge from just off the green:

 

I'm glad that chip in was saved until now and not during our BIG $$$ match in Idaho 🤣. Looking like they respond to ball flight commands pretty darn well.  Any initial impressions on distance?  Also, your backswing in these videos seems much shorter than I recall when we've played.    

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37 minutes ago, greggarner said:

Well friends, it's looking like Sally is going to interrupt my original plan, so I wanted to go ahead and get you my first on-course assessment. After 5 consecutive hours of Zoom calls, I snuck out for a quick 9. I wasn't the only one with this plan and there was a group behind me, or else I would have tried to set up my tripod and record some shots. Maybe next time 🙂

Walking up to the first tee completely cold and typically I need about 3 holes for my swing to loosen up and my distances to come up to baseline. I tried to take that into consideration but, well, you'll see... Nothing of note on #1 other than I tried to hit PW uphill to a back flag and absolutely spun the cover off it, down to the bottom tier of a really big green complex. Yay, 3-putts...

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#2 is the 3 handicap. It needs a great tee shot and then you have to navigate a 3-tiered green with some wicked slopes. Sets up great for a little baby draw and, well, I hit two 8s that both gently fell to the right and ended up 18 inches apart, both right next to their ballmarks. When I'm warmed up, my 8i is a pretty standard 140-145, so a cold 142  caught my attention.

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#3 is a tricky par 3 with a brutal right to left slope and always plays a half to full club longer. Based on the last hole, I decide not to club-up. Good thing...

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#4 is a sharp dogleg with a hill that will roll any drive that tries to cut the corner. Oops... too close to hit the D7 this time!  But it's hard to be mad about a 3-foot birdie putt.

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#5 starts a stretch that takes driver out of your hands (arguably I shouldn't use driver on #4 either). Really poor 4w that missed the fairway and nestled down into the Bermuda rough. 9i said, "I got this." Powered right through with no issue. I might have eased up just a bit for fear of blasting over the green, which is death. Ended up on the (correct) back tier with about 25 feet for bird and left it on the lip.

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#6 par three that needs a draw. It's basically a cliff long and right and a hill left will feed misses back to the green. Hit two shots; the first was just long but straight and the second I tried to hit a sweepy draw and over-cooked it (good sign in terms of workability). I'm now warmed up and squarely in the "yeah, these are long" camp. But honestly, I think most of the distance gains are from a lowered ball flight. 

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#7 is typically a 4-iron off the tee. 215 runs through the fairway and unless you're feeling really good about a sharply-hooked driver, the green isn't driveable. I decide to back off to a 5-iron, trying to leave myself a PW in. This does not go to plan. But man does it feel good. Then my sucked back too far and I missed what should have been an easy birdie.

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#8 is a real SOB. Par is a great score here. With a great drive, you've still got a mid-to-long iron uphill to a 3-tiered green. According to Arccos, I hit this GiR about 20% of the time compared to my overall average of 50% GiR. Based on my approach yardage, I would have pulled 5 iron in my Ping set, to a front flag. I hit 6 and it one-hop and stops.

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#9 is a three-shot par 5 with a big uphill drive, downhill layup, then uphill approach. Toe-y drive and then a slightly toe-y 8i. Then thinned a PW. Dropped another ball and hit it decently well, but pulled. Dropped a third ball and landed it within a foot of the second ball. At least the irons are consistent 😄 

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Once Sally clears out (Saturday? ish?) I'll get back out there and hopefully shoot some video. But for now, it looks like I can reliably plan on ~10 more yards with equivalent stopping power and a much, much lower ballflight. 

I once took a Zoom call (audio only) while on the course, with carefully muting during swings. Those shots I hit while on the call were some of the best shots I have hit. Wasn't thinking about the shots, was trying to pay attention to the call.

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So first and foremost, between @Thin2win and @MattF, if I do any videos or pictures with me in them, I'll need to step up my hat game.

I hoped to get out on the range or the course while my daughter was in another class tonight.  But they were short a coach, so I stepped in.  She and I played the pitch-n-putt course after class, so I grabbed the gap wedge and putter and headed out.

Let's be frank, this isn't really a wedge.  It's an 11 iron.  It's a very nice 11 iron, and I hit several really good full shots with this 11 iron last night.  It's not a shovel like the gap wedge from my old Mizuno MX-200 set, but it's definitely another iron in the set.

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From left:  Mizuno MX-200 (shovel), Wilson D7 Forged (11 iron), Cobra King F8 (gap wedge)

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From left:  Cobra King F8 (gap wedge), Wilson D7 Forged (11 iron), Mizuno MX-200 (shovel)

 

So while full shots with the D7 are great, it really doesn't like being opened up a little, choked up a little or taking a little off of it.  Now here's the question, do I really care?  I mean, I can hit a Sand Wedge instead.  I really don't hit anything but full shots with a gap wedge unless that's the only club I'm carrying.  But if that's an issue for you, you might not want to buy the gap wedge.  Brief tangent - I really liked with Cobra did with the F8 wedges, but I suppose that wasn't popular enough.

 

On 9/15/2020 at 8:54 PM, JohnSmalls said:

Could you guys please do side by side comparison photos like @greggarner did? 

Let's look at sole width

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From left:  Adams Idea A12OS, Cobra King F8, Wilson D7 Forged, Titleist AP1, Mizuno MX-200, Maltby TS2, Hogan Apex Grind, MacGregor Muirfield

The D7 really isn't any narrower than the F8 it's replacing, and it's a little wider than my older daughter's AP1.  If you're looking for a wide platform, don't rule out the D7 Forged.  

 

12 hours ago, xOldBenKenobiX said:

Tough outing, I do hope that the next few ones will be better, about being short, what are the differences between the lofts of the Wilson's and your other clubs?

  Cobra F8 Wilson D7 Forged Cobra F8 Wilson D7 Forged
Iron Loft Loft Length Length
4 19.5° 21.5° 39.50" 39.00"
5 22.5° 24.5° 38.75" 38.50"
6 25.5° 27.5° 38.00" 38.00"
7 29.5° 30.5° 37.50" 37.50"
8 34.0° 34.5° 37.00" 37.00"
9 39.0° 39.0° 36.50" 36.50"
PW 44.0° 44.0° 36.25" 36.00"
GW 49.0° 49.0° 36.00" 35.75"

Here are the lofts and lengths.  What's interesting is that I first noticed the yardage difference with the 8 iron.  It's not like it was the 4 iron, where there's a big difference.  Looking at the loft gapping, I really like Wilson's gapping better.  I have a pretty big gap between my 6 and 7 irons with the F8s.  I'm hoping the tighter loft gapping will reduce that a bit.

Other than the little mishap with the range balls, I didn't think it was a bad first outing at all.  I was pretty pleased.  

 

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1 hour ago, greggarner said:

it looks like I can reliably plan on ~10 more yards with equivalent stopping power and a much, much lower ballflight. 

How do the lofts compare to your prior set?  It's interesting that you're getting 10 more yards and a lower ball flight, where I'm getting about 5-7 yards less (no big deal) and a higher ball flight (a huge deal, and definitely needed)

 

1 hour ago, dlow206 said:

I once took a Zoom call (audio only) while on the course, with carefully muting during swings. Those shots I hit while on the call were some of the best shots I have hit. Wasn't thinking about the shots, was trying to pay attention to the call.

When I ran application development for the Virginia Retirement System, we had a monthly conference call at 6pm on a Wednesday when we installed application changes.  For the 14 months I worked there, I think I played during at least 10 of them.  And those installs all went well.

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4 hours ago, fixyurdivot said:

I'm glad that chip in was saved until now and not during our BIG $$$ match in Idaho 🤣. Looking like they respond to ball flight commands pretty darn well.  Any initial impressions on distance?  Also, your backswing in these videos seems much shorter than I recall when we've played.    

On distance; yesterday I just played just 5 holes. And my approach was long on all 5.

Today I played all 18, and my approach was long on the first 3 holes. After that I decided to club down, that worked well. So for me, these are playing at least a half club longer. 

 

As for my backswing... Damn it is short. I'll start taking yoga. 

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Went to the range yesterday and I have to tell you, I'm not a range guy. I didn't think I was and yesterday confirmed it, I just can't hit balls at a range even if I try to envision playing a few holes...I might be as mental as @MaxEntropy! I'm just going to go out and play for this test. Here's a few teaser photo's of the PW, 6 and 4 compared to the same Bridgestones.

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2 minutes ago, MattF said:

Went to the range yesterday and I have to tell you, I'm not a range guy. I didn't think I was and yesterday confirmed it, I just can't hit balls at a range even if I try to envision playing a few holes...I might be as mental as @MaxEntropy! I'm just going to go out and play for this test. Here's a few teaser photo's of the PW, 6 and 4 compared to the same Bridgestones.

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Those look quite a bit bigger than the B-stones.... True or illusion? And more offset?

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1 minute ago, MaxEntropy said:

Those look quite a bit bigger than the B-stones.... True or illusion? And more offset?

They're a little bigger, but not as much as you think. Just a hair less offset too, I'll be doing a spec comparison in my full review. (I did that yesterday and actually had to do some maths because Wilson uses imperial measurements and Bridgestone uses metric.)

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16 hours ago, Thin2win said:

Adding a couple ball flight videos:straight, L -> R, R -> L. And a bonus. 

Hole 2: need a slight draw, 6i off the tee. 

 

 

Hole #3, Left rough 140y 9i. Hoping for a straight ball flight.

 

Hole #4, right rough needing a L -> R ball flight, 8i ~150y

 

The follow up shot, Hole #4, Gap Wedge from just off the green:

 

What are you using as a shot tracer?

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10 hours ago, HardcoreLooper said:

How do the lofts compare to your prior set?  It's interesting that you're getting 10 more yards and a lower ball flight, where I'm getting about 5-7 yards less (no big deal) and a higher ball flight (a huge deal, and definitely needed)

Ah, yes. In my case, I find the differences in ball flight and distance to be pretty interesting given these specs:

  Ping i210 D7 Forged Ping i210 D7 Forged Ping i210 D7 Forged
Iron Loft Loft Lie Lie Length Length
3 19.0 19.0 60.5 59.5 39.25 39.50
4 22.0 21.5 61.0 60.0 38.75 39.00
5 25.0 24.5 61.5 61.0 38.25 38.50
6 28.0 27.5 62.0 61.5 37.75 38.00
7 31.5 30.5 62.5 62.0 37.25 37.50
8 35.5 34.5 63.3 63.0 36.75 37.00
9 40.0 39.0 64.0 63.5 36.25 36.50
PW 44.5 44.0 64.6 64.0 35.75 36.00

So yes, the D7s are a touch long and strong (and based on the spin I'm getting, they're definitely getting the friction on) and the flatter lie is almost certainly to blame for my newfound butter cut. As for ball flight, I'm reasonably confident it has to do with the i210's weighting (see side-by-sides). I'm certainly not about to #FindItCutIt, but it seems reasonable that the D7 has a higher CoG than the i210. I also have a different shaft, but it should be comparable (DG S300 vs KBS Tour-V 110S).

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I am surprised at how wide the soles are on these irons. It seems to me that Wilson really made a GI club aimed at better players (little offset, forged goodies)

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13 hours ago, greggarner said:

But for now, it looks like I can reliably plan on ~10 more yards with equivalent stopping power and a much, much lower ballflight. 

Probably too early to know but do you suspect that (lower ball flight) more the lofts/CG or shafts?

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:ping-small: G400 SFT, 19 Degree 5w

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23 minutes ago, JohnSmalls said:

I am surprised at how wide the soles are on these irons. It seems to me that Wilson really made a GI club aimed at better players (little offset, forged goodies)

Same. The overall design seems to hide how big the clubs really are, which I'm betting for most golfers is a good thing. 

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:callaway-small: V-Series Heavenwood
:cobra-small: Baffler XL 5i-PW
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2 hours ago, xOldBenKenobiX said:

What are you using as a shot tracer?

I'm using the shot tracer app :366083646_SmartSelect_20200917-071844_GooglePlayStore.jpg.f5e8143f404be734c2d9b1e3b8708d46.jpg

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FW Wood:    :cobra-small: F7 17.5°

Utility:    :cobra-small: King Forged 19.5° Utility

Irons:   image.png.cbfb2d938ea45d82004d9bdeb23cf643.pngD7 Forged GW-5i

Wedges:  :Sub70:  56°

Putter:   5WoCG8Y.jpgER2 69°lie, 4° loft, 32.75"

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