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Who's tried them? The sale price they have going is almost too good to pass up. I don't have a fitter close, so I can't try them. I currently play Mizuno JPX900 Hot Metal with Project X LZ 5.5 shafts and been thinking about updating.

Thoughts?

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5 hours ago, STurner said:

I don't have a fitter close, so I can't try them. 

Thoughts?

There's a PXG fitter in Huntsville and a few near Birmingham.

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Dave (my teaching partner) is a PXG account holder, so he brings the regional PXG guys in for fittings from time to time. A lot of people have bought the 0211s and been very happy. They are a great price right now, and I'd really recommend checking them out.

PXG fittings tend to be free, so I'd find someone and get fit. Call PXG and see what your nearest options are.

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Talked to the guys at PXG today. They were super helpful and we talked through some options. I know my iron specs and having gone through fittings in the past know what shaft specs suit my game. I ordered a set of 0211's. I had been wanting to give graphite shafts a try. They offered the Accura i80 shafts at no upcharge. Ordering by phone they also offer a 30 day playability warranty. If I don't like the shafts they will swap shafts at no charge (stock shafts). Also give a refund minus a 15% restocking fee if you just don't like them. All this with the special price made it a no brainer to give them a try. 2-3 weeks for delivery and I'll start testing them in my hitting cage (with FlightScope Mevo) against my Mizunos. 

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They are great clubs.. The feel is just unbelievable. If you know your specs you can basically fit yourself online.

I ordered the Mitsubishi MMT 5 - pw 70R. I ordered the gap wedge with the MMT 60A. OMG what a difference in feel.... I am looking for a set of 60A flex mmt shafts

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Part 2..... They nail you pretty good with shipping. An iron set shipped? $60.00 ! I was going to order a SW and lob wedge, however they still want $60.00 for shipping. If anyone in Florida decides to order a set, I would pay pal for the extra wedges plus shipping 

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9 hours ago, MrGator said:

Part 2..... They nail you pretty good with shipping. An iron set shipped? $60.00 ! I was going to order a SW and lob wedge, however they still want $60.00 for shipping. If anyone in Florida decides to order a set, I would pay pal for the extra wedges plus shipping 

$60 may be a little high but have you shipped anything lately? Shipping cost have got up, a quick shipping quote from FedEx is $51.99 from Arizona to Alabama. Clubs are in transit and due to deliver on Wednesday. Can't wait to get them on the launch monitor.

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Got the 0211's yesterday. Went directly to the launch monitor with the 7 iron. Picked up 5-6 mph club head speed and 8-10 mph ball speed that equals a full club in yardage gain. I had planned on testing these for a couple of weeks but after hitting about 20 balls with each club they are going straight in the bag. Same gains with every club and they feel is really nice. 

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On 10/20/2020 at 8:22 PM, STurner said:

Got the 0211's yesterday. Went directly to the launch monitor with the 7 iron. Picked up 5-6 mph club head speed and 8-10 mph ball speed that equals a full club in yardage gain.

Congrats. So is your new 7I more accurate than your old 6I?

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21 minutes ago, iacas said:

Congrats. So is your new 7I more accurate than your old 6I?

Played today, took a few holes for them to get used to me. By the time we made the turn I was hitting them pretty good. I had updated my yardage chart with the balls hit on Monday, numbers were fairly close. Only had a couple of shots in my old 6i distance and hitting a 7, yes, seemed better, but really too small of a sample size to say for sure. Playing again tomorrow.

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19 minutes ago, STurner said:

Played today, took a few holes for them to get used to me. By the time we made the turn I was hitting them pretty good. I had updated my yardage chart with the balls hit on Monday, numbers were fairly close. Only had a couple of shots in my old 6i distance and hitting a 7, yes, seemed better, but really too small of a sample size to say for sure. Playing again tomorrow.

I mostly meant during your fitting.

The number on the bottom shouldn't matter. It's "do I hit my 165-yard club more accurately than I did with my old set?" that matters.

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7 hours ago, iacas said:

I mostly meant during your fitting.

The number on the bottom shouldn't matter. It's "do I hit my 165-yard club more accurately than I did with my old set?" that matters.

I get it. Didn't go do a fitting. I ordered the clubs with the same specs from my last fitting. Only thing I changed was going from Project X LZ 5.5 to Accura I80 stiff shafts.

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