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This time of year sucks for actual golf where I live. It can be a good time to get some practice in and/or replenish your supplies. Of course this time of year is when most of the big manufacturers are releasing their latest and greatest. 


I'm not really in the market for anything new this year.

I am interested in testing the new Mizuno ES21 Wedges. I won't be buying any.... especially not at $200 per wedge. But they look like an interesting concept to me. Are there any new clubs coming out this year you are looking forward to testing and/or buying?

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33 minutes ago, ChetlovesMer said:

This time of year sucks for actual golf where I live. It can be a good time to get some practice in and/or replenish your supplies. Of course this time of year is when most of the big manufacturers are releasing their latest and greatest. 


I'm not really in the market for anything new this year.

I am interested in testing the new Mizuno ES21 Wedges. I won't be buying any.... especially not at $200 per wedge. But they look like an interesting concept to me. Are there any new clubs coming out this year you are looking forward to testing and/or buying?

Pretty much everything in my bag has been purchased second hand. The only thing I did this winter was get Project X Hzrdus Smoke Black shafts for my woods and hybrids. I have the 5.5 60g in my driver and got the 70g for my woods and 80g for the hybrid. I like the ball flight and control in the driver and wanted a similar feel in the other clubs.

But, if I ever get a fitting in Western, PA, a new set of Edel Wedges would be nice. I just need the ‘Rona to calm down so I can road trip.

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Everything that's new in my bag has been purchased either used or on clearance.  So far the only thing that hasn't been replaced is my irons.  Depending upon how my off-season training goes and how intensely I find myself playing this-coming season, I may upgrade my irons.

Being as I take a +1" to +1-1/4" club (current clubs are +1"), I'll be buying irons new.  Given the expense: I will be getting fitted if I do.

Right now I'm currently looking at Srixon ZX5, Cobra RADSPEED, and Callaway Apex DCB.

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I'm getting new irons this year.

I'm not a brand loyalist, but I am really interested in the Srixon ZX5/ZX7 line, and thinking about a combo set. I'll be trying a bunch of different brands/models next week in my lesson as well as some different shaft options. I'm also looking at the Mizuno JPX 921 line, Cobra and TaylorMade offerings, and some previous generation PXG (since the current gen is way over my budget).

My teacher is probably biased toward the brands carried in their facility, but she is particularly high on Srixon and PXG (both carried at the facility).

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I am considering replacing my wedges but I haven't got a clue what will be released this year.

My wedges are the only part of my bag that I haven't been custom fit for so I wanted to go and see if there is a tangible difference with my current wedges.

But if Titleist/TaylorMade/Callaway/Cleveland/Mizuno/Ping etc. will be replacing their current wedges with new clubs then I will probably wait.

Anyone know ?

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3 minutes ago, JohBo said:

I am considering replacing my wedges but I haven't got a clue what will be released this year.

My wedges are the only part of my bag that I haven't been custom fit for so I wanted to go and see if there is a tangible difference with my current wedges.

But if Titleist/TaylorMade/Callaway/Cleveland/Mizuno/Ping etc. will be replacing their current wedges with new clubs then I will probably wait.

Anyone know ?

Most companies will release new wedges every year in the fall. I suggest going to a shop and hitting them to get a feel of what you like. Check their websites too.

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Now that I just bought the Titleist T200 irons and just picked up the Tsi2 Driver and 3 Wood, only decision is if to get new Edel wedges, since the current two I’ve had for about 4 years.

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I want to test out the new Ping G425 series clubs.  Will I buy them?  Probably not.

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Hoping to do a driver fit this summer as a birthday gift to myself. I'm really keen on the Titleist TSi series and Cobra seems to be keeping up with the big boys at a bit of a discount, but I'll ultimately just go with whatever performs best.

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