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Well techinically my cat is in the backround of my pics soooo....

Nice cat. If it's anything like my kids' cats, it is giving you that "I'm so much smarter than you, why would anyone care about golf" look.

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Nice cat. If it's anything like my kids' cats, it is giving you that "I'm so much smarter than you, why would anyone care about golf" look.

Lol

. I wonder if dogs think the same about golf.

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Thanks all for the pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love looking at everyones clubs and their bag set-up.

Thank You!

I Love them and the wedges. I just picked up the wedges in my sig. and the TBTP this winter so they've only been to the range, but the SE 655TM's and the GEEK are $$$. I've got other stuff I'll post pics later. Just picked up some B'stone GC Mids/ Nippon NS Pro 950GH irons, shafted a TEE with a Matrix MFS 65 and built a Purefit DC Tour 450V / VS Proto.

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Yeah, I did 3 irons today, lol. Took to long and I got bored. I was thinking about not filling the numbers, but I thought it would be hard to see what club I was pulling out. It'll probably end up wearing out though. I really like my putter, but I was looking at this (golfwrx member), if I could put a BeCu insert to replace the regular insert, I would have a great gamer.

I did my 32's and 57's in red paintfill... but I did the number on the top in white... I also added white to the "grain flow forged" portion.

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I did my 32's and 57's in red paintfill... but I did the number on the top in white... I also added white to the "grain flow forged" portion.

Great color scheme. I forgot to buy white paint so i just did all red. Finished my iron yesterday and even painted my putter.

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Here's what's in the Ping Voyage bag..

Ping G10 driver
Cobra Speed 3 wood
Taylor MAde Burner Tour Launch 21* hybrid
Ping i10 2 iron (switche in and out with 52* Vokey wedge)
Titleist AP2 irons (4-PW)
Vokey 52-56-60* wedges
Rife 2 bar mallet putter

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Driver: 210 + 35 = 245 total
5+ wood: 190 + 20 = 210 total
4 hybrid: 175 + 15 = 190 total
5 hybrid: 165 + 10 = 175 total
6 iron: 155 + 5 = 160 total
7 iron: 145
8 iron: 135
9 iron: 125
46*: 115
50*: 105
55*: 90
60*: 75
64*: 60

Carry distances are on the left. Total distances are on the right. I get a ton of run-out on my driver. I hit it quite low for a 12*, probably due to the stiff V2 which is tip cut 1" . Even in the slop I can get 20 yards of run. With the exception of the driver and the 5 wood, I can usually get a drop and stop at those carry distances. Sometimes I want to squeeze a little run out of the ball on those midrange clubs (pin in the back, 2cd shot on a par 5, etc.).

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