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When I got home from my round today, there was a new 3W waiting 😀 Mizuno ST190 TS.  The shaft seems a lot firmer than my current 3W and its 75g vs the 60g I have.  I was recommended the same weight/flex at a recent demo/fitting and hit it well.  I can't get to the range till tomorrow before my round but couldn't wait to hit it, so took a few shots into my backyard net.  Hit it solid and pretty close to the middle of the face every time so hopefully it's a little more stable and works well.

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Titleist 716 AP2s, hitting net, and hitting mat. Excited to be able to practice at home.

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Cobra factory closeout F9 in white with the Even Flow white shaft in 6.0. Should be here in 2 weeks! 

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PXG 0311 XP GEN3 Irons - 5 thru PW

AeroTech Steelfiber 95

i went to the PXG Fitting Center in Minnesota, the experience was awesome.  They replaced my Mizuno 919 Forged with Recoil's.  I really liked my Mizuno irons but my son stole them from me 🙂

The PXG Irons are the nicest feeling clubs i have ever hit.  They are a dream, so smooth.  The ball flight is lower and i needed that as i get my irons up.  I thought my Mizuno irons felt great and they do!  The PXG are a 100% step up in feel.  Going to the XP version has been nice.

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I bought a used push cart - Dick's Walter Hagen - for $15.  Spent the afternoon cleaning it up and getting the cobwebs off of it.  The guy I bought it from couldn't figure out how to fold it, so he never used it.  🤪

I can't wait to get out and use it.

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My new Edel wedges just showed up. 56* 52* & 48*. Digger bounce.   Looking forward to using them today

The shafts are Aerotech Steelfiber 110s

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11 minutes ago, djake said:

My new Edel wedges just showed up. 56* 52* & 48*. Digger bounce.   Looking forward to using them today

The shafts are Aerotech Steelfiber 110s

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Very very nice.. is digger the highest bounce you can get?

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Titleist wedge...50*. Wanted the blacked out version but price changed my mind.

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2 hours ago, GolfLug said:

Very very nice.. is digger the highest bounce you can get?

I do not know for sure @iacas would know the answer to this.

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Replaced my lost ball marker/hat clip and got a bag tag. The tees were thrown in.

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48 Kirkland 3 piece balls at Costco and three gloves. I'm done buying clubs, I have a garage full of clubs, don't need anymore.

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Just rebuilt my bag except for Driver and Putter.          

Driver...Ping G400 10*.          Kurokage Silver Series 60                    Regular Flex tipped 1/2"

3 Wood...Ping G410.                              Alta CB Red                                  Regular Flex -1/2" length

3&4 Ping G410 Hybrids.                        Alta CB Red.                                            Regular Flex set on Flat Lie

5-U Ping I210.                                         Dynamic Gold 105.                               R300 Soft Stepped 1

54&58 Ping Glide 3.0.                            Ping Z115.                                              SS Grinds

Putter...Ping Scottsdale Anser.            Mangenese Bronze Head

 

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