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Have a great time at the Texas Open! :)



This sucks but I can't go. We had to change the date and it is a weekend that my wife is already out of town at a conference. My boys just stayed with their grandparents for a week so I'm not gonna pawn them off on somebody. I'll get in next time.

It's all about the short game, unless you can't keep it in play!

What's in my Bag:
Driver: Adams Speedline Super LS 10.5 with Excalibur T7+ tour stiff shaft
3 Wood: Adams Speedline Super LS 13 degree with Excalibur TFW Tour stiff shaft
Hybrid: Nickent 6DT 19 degree Aldilla Voodoo NV Stiff shaft
Irons: 4-9 KZG Tour Evolution with Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 tour 120 x flex shafts
Wedges:49 degree Dave Pelz wedge with a Nippon N.S. Pro Modus tour 120 x flex shaft. 54,64 Dave Pelz wedges with Rifle spinner shafts 59 Degree Scor wedge with rifle spinner shaft.
Putter: Bentinardi Ben Hogan Big Ben Center shafted 33 inches with best grips custom pistol putter grip.

Ball: Titleist Pro V1X, Callaway Hex Chrome +

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Folks, this is my first post. In 1980 at the age of 16, I purchased Staff Tour Blades with True Temper Dynamic R Shafts with the 2 iron and SW. The irons felt like you were hitting a soft rubber "super ball" when you hit them pure.  I played these clubs until 2000, when I caved to PingEye 2. The Pings gave better consistency on off center hits, but never felt as good as the Wilsons.

I just got a used set of Mizuno MP30 with R300. They too have a great feel when you hit them pure, but I think the Staff Tour Blads were softer. I love the feel of blades, and the Mizuno gives me the forgiveness, but lack the workability that the Staff Blades provided. Have you all seen the new Wilson Blades? Nice!!!


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This thread definitely deserves a re-start.

Ram Tour Grinds for sure@revkev
Original Nike Blades
Mizuno MP29

Of course there are more but these three are [emoji1598]

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  • Titleist TSI3 LAGolf DJ 65 5
  • TaylorMade SIM2 3 wood Fujilkura Ventus Blue 7-X
  • Mizuno HMB MP20 3i Nippon Modus 3 120S
  • Mizuno Pro 223 4-P Nippon Modus 3 115X
  • Vokey SM8 50, SM9 54 & 60  Nippon Modus 3 120s
  • L.A.B. MEZZ.1 LAGolf P135 
  • Srixon Z-Star XV Divide

Western, NY - Go Bills!

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1954-57 Ben Hogan Precision’s and the follow-up 1958-59 Saber. The design is still copied today by blade manufacturers.



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Stan Thompson “Reactionizer” persimmon woods 1-4

Spalding Tour Edition 3-PW

Spalding Top-Flite E.V.A. Sand Club

Rife Legend Z Putter



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The first set I brought myself was a set of Ben Hogans and I remember them being great,  until they were stolen 😥 I've also really enjoyed the Mp-4s, although currently playing a cavity back. Whenever my game gets in the slumps I switch back to a blade because I know when I'm striking it well with a blade again a cb will be money. 

a. Iron specs (Kbs Tour C-Taper 125 S+ Standard L/L) 

b. Driver specs (Titleost 913 D2 Oban Kiyoshi Black 05 Flex 45" )

c. Dexterity (Right)

d. Where You Live (El Paso, Tx)

e. Your handicap or average 18 hole score (1.8 GHIN) 

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Looks and feel are probably the two most over used and useless words used to describe a Golf Club. So I’ll say without a doubt my current Mizuno 919 Forged Tour irons are the best clubs I’ve ever owned. For just looks my Mizuno MP5s take home the trophy. Strictly feel goes to the set stolen from the trunk of my car; Mizuno MP37s.

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On 7/27/2013 at 10:22 AM, Sluggo42 said:


Titleist tour model

Patti berg

Which Patti Bergs? The Goodwill by my house has a full set (looks like new condition) of Patti Berg Cup Defenders. Wooden woods and all.

Tiger is the GOAT, change my mind.

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