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  1. I think I'm going with the TM ATV 58 deg LW, anyone used this before? I'm wondering if this will be good to use from the fairway just outside the green
  2. Is there a big different between 58 vs 60 distance wise?
  3. Thanks for the reply, however i was hoping that it didnt havr to replace my 55 sandwedge. Maybe ill get the 58 and try it out maybe have it bend to 60 later on
  4. Hi everyone, just trying to get an opinion here, I currently have a 50AW and 55SW, and I'm looking to pick up a LW. Now I found an awesome deal online at my local area selling a TM ATV 58 degree LW. I will be using the lob wedge for short shots just outside the green, and most likely wont be shooting over any obstacles. My question is, do you think its worth it to get the 58deg if I already have the 55? Are the two lofts too close apart? Should I get a 60LW instead? Thanks!
  5. Thanks for the reply, i forgot to mention in my post i was looking at a stiff shaft either dynamic gold S300 or kbs90, i was also considering regular but maybe i will stick with stiff. Im leaning towards dgs300 based on what ive heard about the kps90 flying too high, but thats not necessarly a bad thing as all my shots with graphite r flex is very high (almost too high) Currenly my swing speed with 7i(at golftown with a mizuno 800hd steel shaft) is around 80-85, yes i hit them quite light compared to my driver(105) so i want to go back to the store and re-evaluate the type of flex i need. To be honest my graphite r flex probably isnt too bad for me at this point considering my swing speed but i want a shaft that i can "grow" into and not out of.
  6. - They are too light therefore my swing speed feels inconsistent causing distance inconsistency. I am 26, in good shape with no injuries. Steel to me feels more accurate and controlled.
  7. Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum and this will be my first post. I have lots to learn about golf and I love the sport, which is why I have joined. I currently have a set of R11 Graphites (r-flex) and I've been trying to get rid of them for steel but no luck so I have decided to reshaft them to steel. However, with that said I would like to save some money and instead of doing all the irons I thought I would just reshaft (6-SW) to steel. Good idea, bad idea?