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4 hours ago, PeaceFrogg said:

PXG is great.  Ordered a putter, driver and another putter in Feb. March and June, respectively. Custom assembled yet all arrived in 10 days. Back in April, ordered a set of Srixon ZX 5 irons from normally dependable Rock Bottom Golf. Waited 2 weeks with no delivery. Called customer service and they said another month. Canceled and bought in person from Golf Galaxy.

I can't buy from in person stores. No one stocks the specs I need. 😞 

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23 hours ago, saevel25 said:

I can't buy from in person stores. No one stocks the specs I need. 😞 

That's why I like ordering from PXG when they have their blowout sales. I can customize anything to my specs. Really paid dividends with the customized driver and putters.

But, I didn't want their irons, I wanted the ZX 5s straight out of the box and mail order on them was crazy wait times. Luckily I found them at one of the GGs in my area. Plus I traded in my old Ping Gs, so it worked out great.

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I recently picked up a Ping G425 3wood. I had some things to trade, so I went to a local shop today to get the matching 5wood. They only had a few pieces of Ping equipment, and said it could be October before they get more. I thought as everything started returning to normal, the stock at golf shops would, too. I guess I was wrong.

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I ordered some PXG irons last Monday and the guy told me 14 to 15 days build time. I should see them in 3 weeks. 

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12 weeks in still no wedges. I got An option on some stock RTX Zipcore wedges i will buy those if i don’t get them before my golf trip.

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On 5/27/2021 at 3:41 AM, Vinsk said:

I absolutely love them. Great feel, sound great and they really get the ball moving. They are every bit as long as my Callaway Mavrik Pros.  But I do have to say I got graphite shafts which I’ve really come to like. It’s a great deal I think. PXG irons for $99/club….highly recommend.

Mine came today. Just under 3 weeks delivery time so that's good. And the clubs are great! Hit a few on the back forty and it was pretty amazing. I'll give them a course trial tomorrow but I think I'm gonna be happy.

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Ordered a pair of foot joys over a week ago from PGA superstore. They didn’t have them so they had to come from foot joy. Still waiting for them to ship. What is their problem? I only go online when I can’t get what I want in a store. Stores inventory is piss poor these days. How do these companies expect to recover if they don’t get product in the shelves?

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48 minutes ago, tinker said:

 What is their problem?

I think I might have heard someone mention something called a pandemic (or something) a while back.................;-)

FJ shoes are made in China. There are supply chain problems affecting most items in every part of the globe.

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