Thanks Dave. I totally know what you mean about the lie angles. I was worried about that, which is why I only spent $65 on a couple of hodge podge bags of clubs. I ended up with Wilson C100s heads and a hole pile of true temper 100gm low kick shafts from the other clubs. However they are surprising good except for the 9 iron. I know some irons can have the lie adjusted a little. I was just playing with the concept because no one around here had a set I could try out.
I think it is should be nominated for the dumbest tricked up hole in all of Virginia (Looks like #6 at Colonial Heritage). I think would easily place in the top 5. Lot of other silly holes on the course in the guise of 'difficulty'.
I don't think courses like that host qualifiers..
I'm not really a fan of putter wells to begin with. I think, though, that putting them on the side means they can interfere with the straps and things on push carts. Or on a driving cart, can get stuck between the two bags. Putting them on the "front" makes sense to me.
No, I haven't heard of the exotics. Yea, I will look for that CB3. I tried pretty much all they had for demos at the golf shop and they were all the same...cantaloupe on a stick; but they were all the latest tech. It would take me a long time to get used to that. I feel like getting used to it would mean just forgetting what it feels like to be in control of my driver and trusting the technology. Which is probably not a bad thing....but I don't really want to make that sacrifice. Getting the feedback from shots is important for me to know what I did right or wrong on the swing. Is that r7 425 a 425cc head? I mean, the 510 is only 330CC...using those giant things at the shop was incredibly different in a bad way(for me.)