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jonanator

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About jonanator

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  • Birthday 11/30/1983

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  1. Mizuno here as well, MP-32's. I have no idea Callaway would be ahead of Titleist though. I always thought that there were a ton of die-hard Titleist fans on this forum. I am currently shopping around for some new irons though. I love my MP-32's but they are getting a bit worn out from being used so often. I have been trying out clubs from Callaway and Titleist and Taylormade, but I just can't go back... haha. The Mizuno's really do give off a sensation and feeling that no other club (that I have tried so far) can match. I thought I would love the AP2's from some of the reviews I have read, a
  2. On that note, how do you know when you should consider replacing your irons due to wear? My MP-32's still hit decent, although I don't really remember exactly how they hit when I first got them. I suspect that even if the performance has deteriorated, I wouldn't even know since it was such a gradual process. The club heads physically look pretty beat up but still have grooves on them. Basically, how worn out are your clubs before you consider replacing them with a new set?
  3. Michigan was alright, but I really liked Ka'anapali.
  4. I'm loving my FT-i Tour LCG 9.5 Like everyone has said, drivers are more or less a preference based on your skill and your swing, so all we can do is recommend some good drivers for you to test out.
  5. It's pretty much winter here in Canada, so I only hit it in a golf dome. The dome is pretty small so can't really tell the distance. To be honest, the club is "ok", but you can tell something is definitely "off" about it. It just doesn't quite feel right. I have hit real FT-i drivers before and it is not in the very least comparable. I knew something was wrong after the first couple hits. Firstly, the sound is horrid. Real FT-i drivers are pretty loud, but this fake driver just sounds bad, hard to describe, but it is somewhat like a loud thud rather than a crisp ping. I hope I get my money bac
  6. That's what I am thinking, that he didn't know either. I have called him a few times and left polite messages, but so far, he hasn't contacted me back. I don't know where to proceed from here, but I will give it a few days...
  7. Hopefully! I will try calling him again tomorrow. He said he was sponsored and gets "good deals" since he's a scratch golfer... so much for that. I take responsibility for not taking enough time to research and look at the club... I feel soo disappointed in myself!
  8. Not that it matters anymore at this point, since the club is apparently fake, but here are some photo that will hopefully prevent this from happening in the future to others. Hopefully this guy calls me back asap to give me my money back!! I know what he drives and where he works, so hopefully that will help.. but I hope it doesn't resort to that. He seemed like a pretty stand up guy.
  9. Yes, it does have a serial number on the heel. I am just uploading pics now.
  10. Ok, I just got home to take another closer look and I am almost certain I got taken.... I looked at the shaft and it says "25th ANNIVERSART", yes ANNIVERSART rather than ANNIVERSARY, or maybe I have just never heard of the word anniversart... It says "Flex S", but mentions nothing of the Fujikura 686. There is also no "out of 2500" marked anywhere. It should say "xx out of 2500" somewhere... argh I called the guy back and left a message. I also called Callaway to see if they can confirm anything, but they are closed for the day... pics in a bit..
  11. I hit it at the range a few times, but it was indoor and only about 150yds long dome so it Was tough to judge how far it hit. It felt good and felt nice though. I will post pics when I get home. I am not entirely sure, but the shaft says 25tg anniversary on it and it does not say speeder686, so I doubt the original owner changed shafts...
  12. Hi, I recently bought a Callaway FT-i XXV Anniversary Edition Driver from a local guy on kijiji. I met up with him and he seemed like a genuinely good guy. He said he bought the driver new and said he had some good discounts since he was sponsored. He played with the driver a few times and decided that it wasn't for him. The driver I bought is the FT-i Anniversary edition driver and he said that it is 10degrees with a neutral optifit system, he also said it was the stiff shaft. I should have done more research I guess, but from the research I just did, it says that this anniversary editi
  13. Happened to me at the range the other day, except with my 6iron. My friends were laughing their asses off! haha, So embaressing when I ran out onto the range looking for the head of the 6i lol. Guess I should really take out my clubs from my trunk...
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