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Caddyshack

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  1. Id say the MP 57, i found them much easier to hit than the MP 52 which is supposed to be more forgiving with the milled pockets at the back, the MP 57's just seem to be the perfect blend of forgivness in a nice compact head oh and they have perfect distance control. They are also superseeded so you could even get a good deal on them, i got mine brand new 3 months ago for $ 450

  2. Thanks for the feedback guys, i have hit them at a demo day (off grass) and i hit them very well, im not concerned if i loose distance, im after distance control and accuracy. I agree on the shafts being fit i have no idea whats in my current clevelands but they dont feel anywhere near as good as any other club ive demoed (with nippon PX etc...) Id be happy to reshaft them in the future if need be. I think i might just go for it, only one way to find out and thats play them on the course for a few months.

  3. I just took delivery of my new FT-IQ imix with a Proforce V2 65 (stiff) (super excited) i just wanted to check the specs on the V2, i did a lot of research and i want to make sure im right. It is supposed to be a mid kickpoint right? im just curious cause there is a sticker on the top of the packaging that says "kickpoint high"

  4. snuck out of work early for a quick 9 shot 40 with 20 putts (yes thats right 20 putts thats not a typo) hit the ball fantastic the course was very dry all over with lots of run except the greens which were very slow, it took me till the 8th to not leave a putt well short... oh well was better than work

  5. i know they dont go as far but do they also fly lower? the balls at the range i use are very worn down, dimples almost non existant on some, dimples create drag and therefore lift so if the dimples are worn down they will fly lower, is that a correct assumption? Im just curious as i always hit it very low at the range.

  6. I have a corporate golf day coming up , a 4 ball comp with all the usual special prizes, nearest the pin, long drive , straightest drive etc.. Im looking for a little extra distance for the long drive holes so am thinking of changing balls for those holes only (i know your not supposed to but its not an official tournament) What ball would you recomend? ss is around 110mph

  7. Those greens were acting like a pool table, I did see a couple good pitch marks but mostly just bang and roll.

    Thats what makes the Australian "sandbelt" courses so good, the firm and fast putting surfaces, just wait for day 4 after 4 days of 30+ deg temperatures.

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