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Model and flex: Mizuno JPX 825 Pro, Stiff flex

Handicap: 13.2

Age: 28

Handed: Right

Iron Specs: Yup, all required specs are known to me

 

Questions

1: Best Irons

A: Mizuno

B: Nike

 

2: Worst Irons

A: Taylormade

B: Wilson

 

3: Picture

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4: Mini Review – Looks

 

When discussing looks, usually it's pretty straight forward for Mizuno irons. They look like a shiny, chrome blade and that's either your thing (most golfers) or not (you're probably from Mars) and thus does the story end. The JPX 800 and 825's are a bit of a recent departure in that they've also added Blue to the badge to catch your eye on the rack. Thus the JPX 825 Pro's are an interesting blend. They're still fairly colourless but instead of the bright poppy chrome, you get a fairly muted metal colour, at least for the head and then black polymer to further enhance the darkened look. Staring back at you from the cavity is the shiny chrome you would expect proudly announcing the model name. Sort of like a knight in shining armour striding out of the darkened forest. Though I'm sure Mizuno would probably prefer some sort of Samurai or the like in that imagery. Here's where you'll also notice that the cut out slot in the cavity differs in size per iron between the 4-7 and disappears in the scoring irons entirely.

 

Flipping the JPX 825 Pro over to take a look at the sole, you'll immediately notice that Mizuno has gone back to the triple cut sole cavity that's been a fixture in their irons before. The angles seem somewhat different, but anyone who's familiar with the MX200 or MX300's will recognize it immediately. We'll touch on this more later when we talk about the performance of the club and the technology behind it but just in terms of looks, I really like it. For lack of a better phrase, it's very “Mizunoey”. By that I mean it's clean, it's understated but it also shows that there's a lot of technology built into Mizuno clubs and it's there if you want to look. It just won't jump out of a darkened alley and beat you over the head with a neon green glow stick that proclaims how awesome it is with all its alien space ship infused goodness.

 

Finally and most importantly, we flip that club over at address and take a look. As I gander down upon it from my lofty height of not very tall at all, a number of things show up immediately. First, the darkened chrome look transfers across to address. For me, it doesn't do much but for those in say Florida with the sun beaming down all the time it'll be nice not to have the glare in your eye all the time. The second is that the top line has been bevelled to appear smaller then it is. By no means is it large, but with the beveling it looks more like a blade that had a few to many muffins while on holiday. Who are we to begrudge someone extra muffins eh? Suffice to say it looks great.

 

As for offset, you'll see an expected amount for a players club. It's not a lot but it's certainly there. It won't fix your release nor kick the ball way up in the air but it will help out with small timing or compression miscues, exactly what a players iron should do really.

 

All in all, I think this is an interesting package in looks for Mizuno. It's different from what they usually offer but not in a neon light saber flailing way.

 

Sooo uh..... If yer selected can I join you at the course? :rolleyes:


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The current model and flex of your irons: Titleist 735CM, Stiff

 

Your Handicap: 14

 

Your Age: 42

 

Are you Left or Right Handed: Right

 

Do you know your iron specs: 2Ëš flat, 1" short

(FWIW, I just bought a bending machine so I can bend/trim clubs if the OEM doesn't want to do it ahead of time.)

 

Tell us which 2 companies make the best irons in golf: Mizuno, Nike

 

Tell us which 2 companies make the worst irons in golf: Cleveland, Callaway

 

I was planning on doing a review anyway, so I just went all out and posted a complete iron review. Here is the thread: http://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/7078-feel-competitor-irons/

 

Depending on the weather in November (could be 50 and sunny, could be -5 below and snowing) I may have to test the clubs indoors. I can also go over to Golf Galaxy and use their launch monitor for some data. Both are no big deal, and I'm more than happy to do it.

 

Thanks for the consideration,

BK


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The current model and flex of your irons: Titleist 735CM, Stiff

 

Your Handicap: 14

 

Your Age: 42

 

Are you Left or Right Handed: Right

 

Do you know your iron specs: 2Ëš flat, 1" short

(FWIW, I just bought a bending machine so I can bend/trim clubs if the OEM doesn't want to do it ahead of time.)

 

Tell us which 2 companies make the best irons in golf: Mizuno, Nike

 

Tell us which 2 companies make the worst irons in golf: Cleveland, Callaway

 

I was planning on doing a review anyway, so I just went all out and posted a complete iron review. Here is the thread: http://forum.mygolfs...mpetitor-irons/

 

Depending on the weather in November (could be 50 and sunny, could be -5 below and snowing) I may have to test the clubs indoors. I can also go over to Golf Galaxy and use their launch monitor for some data. Both are no big deal, and I'm more than happy to do it.

 

Thanks for the consideration,

BK

 

100% totally off topic, but what kind of bending machine did you buy. Didn't think I needed one, but once all the tools arrive, it will be the only rig of any consequence I don't have, so of course, now I really want one.


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100% totally off topic, but what kind of bending machine did you buy. Didn't think I needed one, but once all the tools arrive, it will be the only rig of any consequence I don't have, so of course, now I really want one.

I got a used Mitchell TourGauge. I've been trying out an awful lot of irons lately along with trying out different lie angles so it just made sense for me to start bending them myself.....

 

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:titelist-small: TS2 Hybrids  Mitsubishi Tensei Shaft (Stiff Flex)
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100% totally off topic, but what kind of bending machine did you buy. Didn't think I needed one, but once all the tools arrive, it will be the only rig of any consequence I don't have, so of course, now I really want one.

You didn't ask, but I'll throw in my two cents. I have thought long and hard about it and came to this conclusion. With what little bending I would be doing, it would A...take quite a while to pay itself off, and B...if I break something it's at a cost to me, where as if I took it to a professional, they would likely cover anything that gets broke.

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I got a used Mitchell TourGauge. I've been trying out an awful lot of irons lately along with trying out different lie angles so it just made sense for me to start bending them myself.....

 

Can't go wrong with a Mitchell, but if I had the cash on-hand, I'd probably get the MR3 TrueBlue since it can handle, irons, woods, hybrids, and putters, for nearly half as much as a Mitchell with the same functionality.

 

You didn't ask, but I'll throw in my two cents. I have thought long and hard about it and came to this conclusion. With what little bending I would be doing, it would A...take quite a while to pay itself off, and B...if I break something it's at a cost to me, where as if I took it to a professional, they would likely cover anything that gets broke.

 

I'm contemplating trying to get an International Clubmaker's Guild Certification. There are two guys that have for the last couple of years handled most of the repair needs at my club. One of them has moved to Florida semi-permanently, and the other doesn't have the best reputation for turn-around time (3+ weeks he left a guy without his 6 iron), so there's an opportunity to make a little side money. Granted, it would be a while before I could pay off the TrueBlue...maybe I can get them to send me one for review.

 

As far as the professionals covering anything that breaks. I wouldn't bank on it. The several guys I know who do this kind of work will not guarantee anything (you really never know when something is going to snap - it's rare, but it does happen). Most actually require their customers to sign a waiver acknowledging as much, and absolving themselves of any responsibility. Your best, and really only bet for maybe getting a guarantee is to work through the OEMs.


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Granted, it would be a while before I could pay off the TrueBlue...maybe I can get them to send me one for review.

That would be awesome. If you did get certified, it would be well worth it. I only build stuff for myself, family, and friends and if it needs to be bent, I have them take it to a club fitter.

 

 

As far as the professionals covering anything that breaks. I wouldn't bank on it. The several guys I know who do this kind of work will not guarantee anything (you really never know when something is going to snap - it's rare, but it does happen). Most actually require their customers to sign a waiver acknowledging as much, and absolving themselves of any responsibility. Your best, and really only bet for maybe getting a guarantee is to work through the OEMs.

I almost edited my response to add that I have had very few things bent and when I did, it was from the factory or a custom built set from a certified OEM club builder. I wouldn't expect something I bought off the shelf to be covered.

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Yeah, with regard to a shop covering breakage:

 

The place I used to work at made you sign a waiver before they would bend anything. Basically it said, "If we break it, T.S."


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It's weird that this is my first official post here in the MyGolfSpy Forums but I just felt compelled to register and enter for the opportunity to review products for MGS! Living in Victoria, BC on the West Coast of Canada, I have access to over a dozen golf courses within an hour's drive of my home, and the luxury of being able to play nearly year-round thanks to the mild weather we generally experience even during the winter months!

 

The current model and flex of your irons: TaylorMade R9

Your Handicap: 8.2 index

Your Age: 41

Are you Left or Right Handed: right-handed

Do you know your iron specs: stiff flex steel shaft, 1* upright with mid-size grips with 3 wraps of tape

 

 

1.Tell us which 2 companies make the best irons in golf In my HUMBLE opinon TaylorMade and Mizuno

2.Tell us which 2 companies make the worst irons in golf I don't really have much of an opinion on this because I think EVERY club maker has or had some really bad irons in their time!

3.Upload an original photograph of a piece of golf equipment in your bag right now

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4.Using one of our ULTIMATE Reviews as a template, write 1-3 paragraphs describing ONE of the following aspects (your choice) of the club that appears in your photo:

 

LOOKS

I recently traded my Odessey White Ice #1 putter out of my bag for the TaylorMade TM110 Ghost putter. I then had a Black Widow Widowmaker putter grip installed on it because I found the TM grip to be too small and too short for my putting grip. The BW grip is slightly thicker and longer than the TM grip, even though it is ony a mid-sized putter grip. I like the feel of the grip in my hands, mainly due to the "D" shape that helps me maintain a consistent grip feel and not "choke" the club while making putts. I especially like the way the BW grip comliments the white clubface of the TM Ghost putter! I constantly receive comliments on the putter from people I golf with! Since switching to the TM Ghost putter, I've dropped my average putts per round from 31 per round to 29! I would highly recommend this putter to anyone looking for a putter with excellent feel and weight that promotes consistent putting strokes.

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Sooo uh..... If yer selected can I join you at the course? :rolleyes:

 

See MGS? It would be like getting two testers in one. Really, three, if Dan brings along his Yeti B)


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Back home from PNG, grabbed the camera and so here are my photos to go with my entry.

 

MP-59 5 iron and then I had to show off biggrin.gif

 

AJ


WITB

Driver: Ping G25

FW: TM RBZ

Irons: Miura 57 Series w/KBS C-Taper

Wedges: Vokey SM4 52-08,56-12,60-04

Putter: Watch This Space

Ball: SRixon Z Star

Other: Tourstriker 7i

 

"Go Hard or Go Home"

 

"Do or Do Not. There is NO "TRY"

 

"Be normal, and the crowd will accept you. Be deranged, and they will make you their leader"

 

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One More

 

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WITB

Driver: Ping G25

FW: TM RBZ

Irons: Miura 57 Series w/KBS C-Taper

Wedges: Vokey SM4 52-08,56-12,60-04

Putter: Watch This Space

Ball: SRixon Z Star

Other: Tourstriker 7i

 

"Go Hard or Go Home"

 

"Do or Do Not. There is NO "TRY"

 

"Be normal, and the crowd will accept you. Be deranged, and they will make you their leader"

 

"I don't fail. I succeed at finding what doesn't work"

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Driver: Ping G25

FW: TM RBZ

Irons: Miura 57 Series w/KBS C-Taper

Wedges: Vokey SM4 52-08,56-12,60-04

Putter: Watch This Space

Ball: SRixon Z Star

Other: Tourstriker 7i

 

"Go Hard or Go Home"

 

"Do or Do Not. There is NO "TRY"

 

"Be normal, and the crowd will accept you. Be deranged, and they will make you their leader"

 

"I don't fail. I succeed at finding what doesn't work"

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Ryder Cup Special

 

AJ

 

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WITB

Driver: Ping G25

FW: TM RBZ

Irons: Miura 57 Series w/KBS C-Taper

Wedges: Vokey SM4 52-08,56-12,60-04

Putter: Watch This Space

Ball: SRixon Z Star

Other: Tourstriker 7i

 

"Go Hard or Go Home"

 

"Do or Do Not. There is NO "TRY"

 

"Be normal, and the crowd will accept you. Be deranged, and they will make you their leader"

 

"I don't fail. I succeed at finding what doesn't work"

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The current model and flex of your irons: Bridgestone J40 CB PX 6.0 flighted

Your Handicap: 5

Your Age: 30

Are you Left or Right Handed: Right

Do you know your iron specs: never been fitted

 

Tell us which 2 companies make the best irons in golf: Titleist and Bridgestone

 

Tell us which 2 companies make the worst irons in golf: Tour Edge and Wilson

 

The one piece of equipment in my bag I would like to share is my TM 2.0 driver. Starting with the looks of the club which like many is what first attracted my attention. I love the look of the white crown. It just adds something special, something different. It was nice to see something that stood out from every other driver on the market. Many have said that the contrast in the colors of the crown and face make it easier to align. To which I'd have to agree. The contrast does help a bit.

Having never been fit for a driver and also never finding one that was reliable I thought before buying it based off looks alone I should get this on a monitor and compare it to the 909 I was playing. I went to my local Golfsmith and had a go with it. The numbers were incredible! Because of the longer shaft I was able to square the face easier than I ever was. I honestly don't think the sound is any different from other drivers before it. When struck solidly there is a real nice ping to it, it's almost quiet! What I love best is the performance. Like I said earlier the numbers on the monitor were really good for me. Spin rate was anywhere from 2900-3500, compared to the 4100-4500 on the 909 o was using. Launch angle was about 13-14 degrees. Not saying I never miss a FW anymore but I am much more accurate with this driver than any other one I have ever gamed.

 

I know I am new here and some may scoff at this because my post count is only 5 but I did not join this forum for the testing. I have tested for another forum before and know its not an easy task. I feel like I would do a good job and could bring some good insight to testing. If I ever do get picked I will take the responsibility seriously

 

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Richard,

 

Getting ready to head to bed but saw your post and totally understand where you are coming from. But I think T's statement just needed some further explaining for you to understand what was meant. I will definitely post a response to this when i have more time in the week, but just wanted to let you know while I had a second that I can see where you would be coming from. But I think you will totally get what is meant when it is explained.

 

Definitely no arrogance involved, but could easily be viewed that way. But still love that you and others keep us in check with posts like this. You can always feel free to say how you feel about what goes on within MGS.

 

X


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I understand where both of you are coming from. RPJ, that was a seriously good post. Maybe the best expression of feelings I've ever read on a golf forum. Kudos to you for speaking your mind.

 

I think I understand where MGS is coming from, but I'll wait till he posts to verify that... I might embarrass myself if I posted my thoughts and was totally off.


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Please let me preface my comments with the hopefully obvious fact of my thoughts, feelings and opinions regarding T, X, Matt and all of the Spys, the members and MGS in general. I think you're the best. Hands down. No discussion. My posts, and more importantly, my actions, should make that painfully obvious.

 

Yet, the above statement sickens me. I don't care how it was intended. You can also read my views on "intentions." Most people, & I would include everyone involved with MGS in that group along with most of the members and definitely the "regulars," do not intentionally intend to anger, hurt or cause ill feelings. Yet, it happens. True feelings are voiced, dissagreed with, and usually all hell breaks loose. Not at MGS. Not now. Not here. That is one of the major factors that separates MGS, the staff & the members from other sites. We state our feelings in a respectful, restrained manner, work through it, and move on. I will state my piece and be done with it. I just have to make my feelings known. That's me.

 

Your above statement reaks of arrogance and "big brother knows best." For you, X, Matt or any other staff member to think that you know what's best for your membership and that you will decide what the membership can "handle," is terribly misguided and way, way off base. As misguided as those posts that state that MGS cannot take ANY contributions(shaft companies, putter companies, etc) and remain removed & objective in your coverage of the industry. T, how do you feel when you read those posts? You have earned our respect through your words & more importantly, your actions. And I'm not talkin about The World's Biggest Golf Give-a-way or Member-of-The-Month prizes. Nice, yes, defining, absolutely not. Even as of a year ago, have we not earned yours?

 

I know that many of the "core" regulars have really come to the site in the past year, though I look at some of the "older" members and I would absolutely trust their opinions on product reviews. Please do not tell me that JMiller065, Rick, WD, Rookie, BK, Tuna, JBones, JohnBarry or myself(Please do not be offended if I left you off cuz there are at least double this)could not and would not give a thoroughly accurate & objective review. And not one of the names mentioned needs MGS or anyone else deciding what would "compromise" their values or judgement.

 

Again, I speak for none of the above members or anyone else and I do not care if I'm the only member who noticed this & was offended. Fortunately, when I need a "group" consensus, I just look in the mirror. The reason that I was attracted to this site is because the leadership & staff has the confidence to let the members "run" with the content. Sure, you set the structure up, yet you do not regulate the content from the members' side. Do you not think that if a member did a review that appeared in the slightest bit biased or non-objective, that would probably be the last review that that individual would ever WANT to do because of the responses of members like JMiller065, Rick, Rookie or myself. We are fully capable of regulating ourselves.

 

And I guess that I should feel good that you now feel that the members are "worthy"(or should I say trust worthy) or in your words, "you guys can handle it." I don't. Though in fairness, you live your third reason every day through your actions and that's why you, X, Matt and the others have the best site going.

 

Well, rant over. Again, I speak for noone but myself. You're still the best and ya know that I respect the hell out of EVERY one of you.

 

And would someone PLEASE buy the damn hybrid!

 

My Best,

Richard

 

Fairways & Greens 4ever

 

Richard,

 

I get where you're coming from, and I won't insult you by trying to explain my statement away, or suggest you somehow misunderstood. Instead, I'll explain it from the perspective of the reality that I (and I believe X) believe to be true.

 

I think you would agree that in the industry we cover, MyGolfSpy is unique. Yes, we do write about many of the same topics as our fellow independent, and even big media golf sites, but we also do it in a way that nobody else in our industry, and certainly nobody playing at our level (one of the 3 biggest golf sites not associated with a big media outlet) does. As I'm certain you're aware, this approach, our willingness to state an opinion (even negative ones that often have consequences) is what makes MyGolfSpy MyGolfSpy. It is the thing we must protect.

 

As you are also no doubt aware, we don't censor our readers. We very rarely take down a forum post, or delete a blog comment (and when we do we have very good reasons...not simply because we disagree). We don't guarantee positive reviews, and we don't protect our sponsors from negative publicity.

 

This approach has led a reasonably loyal following, a solid core of regular forum contributors (many of the guys you mentioned). That said, the strength of what we do remains the main website...the content the staff creates. Growing the forum is and has been a goal of ours, but we've also been extremely cautious about how we've done it. Our forum has always operated from a position of disadvantage. We started it much later than the other guys. That's provided them with a tremendous advantage, not necessarily in raw membership numbers, but certainly in what I'll call community building.

 

As our forum has grown, we've struggled to figure out how to transform it from a forum to a community. It's not an easy problem. We have to keep guys coming back, but not get to the point where it becomes a total free for all like it has in other places. Ostensibly, as I said, the forum belongs to you guys. Readers generate most of the content, create the discussions, and you guys right now are building the foundation that will support as we grow into that community I mentioned. That said, it remains our responsibility to foster growth and make sure things progress in the direction that's right for us.

 

So how do we do that? Small contests work. While not a smashing success, the Forum Member of the Month has been solid, and finally, regardless of how we want to word it, there's the free equipment grab (forum testing).

 

OEMs have been approaching us for the better part of 2 years to do "forum seeding". They'll supply the (free) equipment, and our readers write the reviews. As has been mentioned earlier, we tried this out of the gate, and a majority of readers took the gear and were never heard from again. Obviously that can't happen if we're going to work with the biggest names in golf.

 

When you look at what's happened elsewhere, not only are the majority of these forum reviews absolutely, undeniably positive, there's seldom even the slightest hint of criticism or even the suggestion that a given club might not be right for a particular golfer. It's all sunshine and unicorns...and that's definitely not MyGolfSpy. Beyond the subjective, and even on-course performance evaluations, things get said that are downright ridiculous. Things that absolutely cannot be argued from any reasonable basis are stated as fact. The guys that say these things aren't trying to mislead anyone, but there's a culture in this business that protects the sponsor, and avoids anything that might be interpreted as a negative - even if it's the thing that differentiates the product. We can't allow that to be us.

 

So before we agreed to start doing some forum seeding, we wanted to make sure we had the type of foundation in place. Guys who can give a solid, critical review. Guys who will praise a product when it's deserving, and point out shortcomings when warranted (JMiller's Black Ops review is a shining example of how this should be done). We want honesty and scrutiny above all else. We need to be certain we've built a culture that understands that nothing is all good, nothing is all bad, and hey...enjoy the free equipment, try to be objective, and understand that the opportunity to test more gear won't be tied to how happy you make our sponsors. Everyone will be judged on the quality (ability to follow the template, write well, take good pictures, and generate entertaining or at least interesting content for the rest of us).

 

It's not so simple. I'm sure you've seen it already. When we did the Tour Staff Contest, and when we posted this opportunity to test equipment...guys you've never heard of...some we've never heard of applied to be testers. That's great. That's where the growth will come from, but it also illustrates that this forum is, and needs to be more expansive...it can't be just you, and Jmiller, and RoverRick, and JBones, and JohnBarry, and Moecat, and RookieBlue (this list goes on and on- and that list will get bigger with every testing opportunity). It has to be open to anyone who wants to participate, and that's where the risk of ending up like everyone else is concerned (not all bad mind you, there are absolutely things I admire about some of the other forums).

 

All of what I said boils down to this. MyGolfSpy is X's baby. I've helped him grow it. As have Matt, Dave, and Tim. It remains our job to protect it. It's our job to make sure it stays true to our vision. This means we have to make sure that turning a part over to you guys doesn't jeopardize that.

 

I don't believe it's arrogant when I say you guys can handle it. It's pride. We're not big brother. We have something to protect (MyGolfSpy), and we're entrusting a part of it to all of you because you've shown us you understand and believe in what we do. You and the guys you listed...and hopefully the new members who are contributing regularly...you are the community builders, and you've led us to a place where we feel like we can safely take the next steps.


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Well said by all.

 

AJ


WITB

Driver: Ping G25

FW: TM RBZ

Irons: Miura 57 Series w/KBS C-Taper

Wedges: Vokey SM4 52-08,56-12,60-04

Putter: Watch This Space

Ball: SRixon Z Star

Other: Tourstriker 7i

 

"Go Hard or Go Home"

 

"Do or Do Not. There is NO "TRY"

 

"Be normal, and the crowd will accept you. Be deranged, and they will make you their leader"

 

"I don't fail. I succeed at finding what doesn't work"

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Thanks Richard. I can't compete with some of the other guys on here but I try.


What's In The Bag:

 

Adams 9064LS

Ben Hogan Edge CFT Ti

Ben Hogan Apex Edge 4-PW

TaylorMade ATV 50* 54*

Mizuno Bettinardi BC3 Tour Issue

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