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  1. i play it standard at 10.5. Works for me.. Stiff shaft, standard. I have tried the 11.5 but for some reason i wasn't getting the same dispersion.
  2. Look at the cobra bio cell. you can get them for $149 and its a great driver. I currently play that along with a G20 and to be honest the cobra is a little longer, is adjustable and every bit as good.
  3. i was told by 2 different pros that there isn't enough difference between my G20 and G30 to make the switch.
  4. i have bought from them. Always a very good experience. Fast shipping and great prices.
  5. i play the Razr X NG's and LOVE them. I also have G25's and the NG's are just as good for far less money.
  6. no, the driver won't help you IMO. I would focus on fixing the swing first or taking a lesson of 2 to see what is going on. Now, that being said, there are drivers that can help but i don't care what driver someone tells you will work, i wouldn't spend the money until you know. If you are swinging every ball to the right i would assume you are contacting the ball with a slightly open face. This means that maybe you are not fully releasing, standing incorrectly or your grip needs work. I am also assuming its NOT a slice but more of a push or fade to the right. I struggle with the same thing eve
  7. i hit the G20 as well and love it so much i bought 2 of them. But i would love to try the G25 if the price drops.
  8. I just bought a 3rd driver yesterday to test out the shorter driver shaft theory on my own. I normally swing my stock G20 Tour S at 45.75 and do pretty well with it. However, lately i have bee playing courses with small narrow fairways and wanted to see if a shorter shaft would allow me greater control. I bought an Amp Cell and had it cut to 44.75". Time will tell but i hit back to back with both drivers at the range last night and couldn't tell much difference. I personally would not go too short. I would step down and maybe go 44.5 first.
  9. I thought a mallet would help me, but really made me much worse. I struggle with the same things. went back to a blade and i am much better. The mallet has a completely different feel one in which i did not care for. It was NOT as forgiving, and harder to adjust to how hard to tap the ball. What did help me was the right length. i went from a 34" mallet to a 35" blade and that made a big difference. Make sure your putter length is right first.
  10. I just bought a second set for a vacation home so i don't always have to travel with my clubs. I found the Nike MachSpeed clubs for $299. They are pretty decent. I would check them out if you can. I found them a little more forgiving than the TM clubs for $399.
  11. Mixed bag here but have been gravitating to PING lately. Ping Irons, driver and hybrid, tour exotics hybrid, odessey putter, and a no name wedge at the moment all inside a tity bag. They way I look at it is, whatever I hit the best, whatever has the features I like to have I will buy and not care about who makes it.
  12. I have the G20. By far the best driver for me and I tried them all. Not even sure why. I would say go newer with the G20. If you are working on getting better, then get the driver that you plan to have 2 years from now . I am not saying the G20 is far superior technically, but I also don't believe in all the marketing hype with todays drivers. If you believed every mfg we should all be hitting the ball 500+ yards by now. The G20 was more appealing to me at address and still has the latest so called technology. I also hit the G25 and G15 which I liked but the G20 I was far more consisten
  13. I can't even keep all the models straight anymore. My local golfsmith sells about 4 or 5 different TM drivers still.
  14. thanks for the replies. I bought the g25's and love them so far. They don't seem as long as my Burner 2.0's but as someone mentioned above, my burners were pretty inconsistent with distance. I know it could be me, but even on good hits, it seemed I couldn't find consistent yardage on particular club. The pings seem far more consistent and easier to hit. Also seem to have much better quality. I too got fitted and the process was more in depth than that others. I played the same course within 2 weeks one time with my TM's and once with the pings.. TM = 102, pings I shot a 95. My shots were far m
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