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Here it is, from WRX, post up some pics of your bag!

Mine,




R7 TP irons, DGS300's


Ping i3+ 2 iron



TaylorMade SuperQuad TP. Stiff V2





3wood. Adams LP With 90 gram V2.







Wedges- Tour issue Black nickel Spin Mill 54, Vokey Oil Can SM 60





Putter- Scotty Cameron Del Mar 3, with Cord Grip.





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Akers    0
Here it is, from WRX, post up some pics of your bag!

Man do you play on rocks or something? They are very scratched up clubs

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joshtpa    2
Man do you play on rocks or something? They are very scratched up clubs

I dont think they are that scratched up. Just nicely used.

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Dent    2
Was gonna do this, but then did not feel like taking pictures as I kinda found it pointless..

I may when I get my new irons.

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firstcut    0
Man, I respect the effort, but all I could think of while look at those was;

"this guy can't have kids with that much time on his hands."

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lax, what are the r7 tp's like? do you reckn a 16 hc could use em?

My friend wanted these too and is a around a 16 Handicap...I recommend you get the regular r7's. He could do okay with the TP's but sometimes wishes he had just a little more forgiveness.

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Franco!    0
Man, I respect the effort, but all I could think of while look at those was;

I believe the starter of the thread is still high school, if that is who you are talking about.

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Yes a 16 could definetly use them. They are way forgiving in the low irons, and the long irons can bail you out, but you still need to be a decent ball striker.

The different grips do annoy me, I have a Torsion on the driver, a cord on the 3 wood, Winn XI7 on all the irons, torsion on all the wedges, all oversize.
I just reshafted the 3 wood, so i am yet to decide if i wanna grip it or no.

FirstCut, Im also only 16 :D

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Yes a 16 could definetly use them. They are way forgiving in the low irons, and the long irons can bail you out, but you still need to be a decent ball striker.

Regardless, nice set.

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jcrew    0
Might as well add to this. We need some actual pic posts.



Bag is pretty much set but I think I'm going to switch out my hybrids.

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907golfer12    0
The bag:


Ping i10 5-W AWT Regular:


Taylormade Tour Burner 10.5* Stock Regular:



Taylormade Burner Tour Launch 14.5* Stock Regular:



Ping Rapture 24* Aldila VS Proto "By You" 80-R:



Titleist Vokey 250.08, Ping Tour Black Nickel 54.13, Nike Forged 58.04:



Titleist Scotty Cameron Circa '62 #2 Charcoal Mist 33":


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Dent    2
Alright got my new irons.. here we go, I don't really take that nice of pictures but heres a general idea of what I got.

The Bag (Bad Pic Sorry)

Ping S58 Irons Orange Dot, just got em in the mail today, ZZ-65 Shafts, Brand new Grips, Refinished as well got for $450 (Look New?)

Wilson Harmonized 60* and TM Z TP 54*

TM r7 5 Wood Stock Shaft

Nike Sasquatch 9.5* Stock Regular Shaft

Yes! Tiffany 34"

Adidas Tour 360 II Shoes & Arnold Palmers

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Fraser    3

I'd switch out the carpet first...the 1970s called and said they want their rug back

just kidding. I'll take some photos and be back in a few...

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