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Rip62

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  1. I bought a set of irons from them last year. They were great to work with. I was looking at several different sets and read about them and decided to demo their 739 irons which seemed to fit my game. They performed as well as anything else I was looking at. I live close to their facility and was able to have them fit me. I tried several of their other clubs in their fitting studio and was impressed with their different clubs. I will definitely be buying from them again when the budget allows.


  2. I bought a set of their 739 irons last summer. Those are their game improvement model. I was close to buying a set of F9 and decided to demo these out of curiosity. I honestly really didn’t really notice a difference between the two. Distances and dispersion were very close. The owner Jason has been great to work with. The demo program is pretty easy to use if you want to try their clubs. I had a pro who gave me lessons look at my set and he gave them a try and he felt they were solid. 


  3. Can’t really comment about the driver but like a previous poster said give their demo program a try. I was looking for a new set of GI irons this summer and gave their 739  irons a try. What I found is they were excellent quality and performed as well as anything else I was considering from the big OEMs. Their customer service is first rate. I ended buying their clubs, one because of how they performed and two because of the fantastic way I was treated. 


  4. 13 hours ago, David in FL said:

    And that, boys and girls, is exactly the secret to playing just about any greenside bunker shot, regardless of the club...

    Most people struggle out of the sand, because they decelerate. They understand that they need to hit a bit behind the ball, and need to do so with a certain degree of speed, but their lack of confidence causes them to decelerate because they’re unconsciously afraid that they’re going to blade the ball into the next county.

    Open any high-bounce sand-wedge and do the same thing, and you’ll be successful.

     

    *  and this is coming from the guy who’s not afraid to recommend a specialty club like a chipper!   ;-)

    Agreed but I got a lot better using the 1 out of the sand instead of a traditional sand wedge so I think I’ll stick with what’s working.


  5. I have the 1 out. It was a throw in with some other wedges that I purchased. I didn’t try it for about a year. At first I didn’t like it. Once I realized that all I had to do was hit it a little fat and don’t decelerate I started getting out of bunkers no problem. I also love using it for that short shot from just behind the bunker. I rarely end up short in the bunker anymore. 


  6. I had my retina detach and had emergency surgery about 7 weeks ago. I started playing the last couple of weeks and had my only 50 for 9 and shot my only 100 of the year. They put a gas bubble to hold the retina down and my vision isn’t great. I normally wear contacts but can’t because of the eye drops I’m using and the only pair of glasses I have are trifocals so even closing the bad eye it still doesn’t look right. It seems every shot is fat or thin and I’ve topped more drivers than I probably have in the last 2 years. I thought it wouldn’t be that hard just stand over the ball and take my normal swing. I can feel myself hesitating in my swing because I don’t trust what I’m seeing. Hopefully I can see normally before the season ends.

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