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elchene

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  1. The standard should be perfect for you. In my experience, it feels a tad thicker than the pingman. The edges are also a bit sharper, unlike the pingman, but they can be sanded down to preference.
  2. Padraig Harrington loves saying gamer in his Irish accent :) Doesn't bother me.
  3. I don't think the club head will matter so much. If you have the right shaft/loft combination, you should be able to maximize your yardage with your driver. I've heard only good things about the Supertri so far, looks pretty good. I wouldn't consider a Mizuno iron a "delofted" iron like some Taylormade GI irons. A Mizuno MP-58 6 iron is 31* while a Burner 6 iron is 27*. Now that's delofted. Compared to the Titleist irons that the OP used to play, the lofts are pretty much the same. Honestly, chill out dude. His wedge lofts are actually very reasonable...
  4. The fact that you can get everything customized, finish, grinds, stamps, ferrules, shafts by the tour department is very special. Look on golfwrx.com, the CEO posts there, there are many threads/opinions on Scratch golf.
  5. Not trying to push Mizuno irons on you, but there are plenty of older Mizunos that can be had for very good prices. Look at some of the prices for MP-30s on eBay: http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trk...All-Categories
  6. I want to be custom fitted for: Titleist 909D2 Titleist 909F2 - 13.5* Titleist 909H - 17* Scratch SB-1 - 3-PW Scratch 1018 - 52*, 58* TP Mills Handmade by David Mills - Trad 2, 1310, Oil Can
  7. @rebby That was really in depth - great insight. Did you pick those grinds based on pictures, or did you tell Ari what you were looking for in each wedge and haveg him suggest different grinds for your wedges?
  8. Lol, that makes sense. Everytime I visit there, I drool over the Scratch wedges and blades. SB-1s are sweet!
  9. My Vokey is raw. Feels great. I'm switching out the shaft for a softer one, should feel even better.
  10. Check over on golfwrx.com. folks over there are obsessed, and the CEO of the company posts there as well. From what I've heard, they are just incredible wedges.
  11. Just a suggestion, Mizuno MP-32s come in lefty, can be found on eBay for good prices. Some of the best blades made by Mizuno IMO.
  12. You will know when you are ready. You'll probably become obsessed with golf equipment soon, like most of us, and then you'll start finding good deals. Remember, you can build a set gradually - buy a driver first, a few months later a putter, etc...
  13. +1 on this. MX-23s are probably cheaper, and every bit as good
  14. they look pretty good, I might buy a head and try it out. Love my 685BX wedge, very impressed with Snake Eyes.
  15. If you end up not being able to generate enough swing speed to hit a 2 iron, you might want to try the Mizuno MP Fli-Hi s. They still look like irons, but launch higher.
  16. "Wood" encompasses fairway woods and drivers. Drivers are the big ones used off the tee. Fairway woods are smaller and are used off fairways, rough, and tee box. Fairway woods are more versatile than drivers.
  17. Hard to tell if it's real without pictures.
  18. Definitely play the Hogans, go with the ones you have the most confidence in. Just in case you're looking, Mizuno has some great forged irons with forgiveness and little offset.
  19. 909D2 - Love it! Looking for a reshaft though, hit some drivers with Voodoos the other day, the ball just keeps on going.
  20. You can't go wrong with either brand, it's all up to which one suits your eyes and ears. These are pics of the Odysseys I was talking about (courtesy of golfwrx.com), they will be available in January.
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