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About duffer888

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  1. The XCG-3 is pretty darn forgiving, as the head is huge. Unlike some others, I don't know why the size is an issue. Most people shouldn't be hitting 3W out of the rough and don't need to work it. Some people struggle off the deck with the smaller headed CB series. Unless you hit 3W alot off the tee, the TEE 4W works well for dual purpose. Ball flight is pretty high though.
  2. I'm in as NoBogeys. Did real bad in a public league last year, hope to do better this year.
  3. I'd agree in general, but it mostly deals with the shape, as I don't like the shape of the CG15. Cleveland, please bring back the 588 RTG...please?
  4. I found the TM Raylor and Idea Super Hybrid to be pretty high launch.
  5. He's trying to sell you a set. As someone else pointed out, if they fit you, they are perfectly fine. Kenny Perry did pretty well on tour with r7 irons, so I can't see how they are crappy. I wouldn't trust a thing that salesman says.
  6. #1 = Duval The rest in no particular order... Guinness Smithwicks Boddingtons Pub Ale Newcastle Brown Ale Leffe Chimay Fat Tire Abita Amber Ale Pilsner Urquell Bud (for what it is) Honorary mention: The reborn Schlitz (which I think is the old recipe?)
  7. It wasn't too light for me, but it felt like garbage. If anything, it was too long for me. Recently traded in the SF for a ST and it's much better so far.
  8. Did Pavin with the US Open with these?
  9. The MP-11 comes with the new DG Spinner shaft. Looks weird.
  10. Some measure with or without the grip as well.
  11. FWIW, I would only trust launch, spin and speed on the simulators. Every time I hit on a simulator, it tells me I hit nothing but a straight push, yet on the course, I hit a straight fade or a pull fade.
  12. Not sure where you've been, but I saw the Superdeep at a Golfsmith over the weekend. There were already spy pics of the Superdeep before the Supertri even came out. Really nice *looking* driver, but I'm not blowin' six bills on one. I probably don't have the swing for the RIP anyways...
  13. I'd also suggest using it off the deck only with a good lie and not too much above or below your feet.
  14. I think the X-Tour wedges are a real good deal right now. 1020 forged, satin or vintage, MD Grooves, PM grind option. My vintage 54/60PM are buttery smooth, softer than any of the cast wedges, including Cleveland and Vokey. Note that if you are used to Clevelands, these will feel a little light. I was having problems, then added some lead tape and all is well in the universe. Also, since they are forged, they can be readily bent to your liking.
  15. I like the head, but the R flex Matrix shaft in a 10.5* head didn't work for me. Switched to a 10.5* r9 and it is much more consistent and more versatile. I normally hit a fade, but sometimes pull it dead left. Setting the r9 to N/R has taken the pulls out so far. Now, if I could completely remove the occasional big honking slice that goes exit stage right, I'd be set...
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