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  1. Thanks guys! At the start of the summer they were all good, but i asume i gained some strenght and i now feel them a bit too soft. My swing changed a bit but i really feel the problem is the flex. Thanks for Evolvr I'll check that out!
  2. I've been Playing Golf for: 8 years My current handicap index or average score is: 80 My typical ball flight is: high draw The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: big hooks and snaphooks PS: I just went film that so it's normal that i don't have the appropriote equipment ;) Videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VEErNTQqGU http://youtu.be/NVSAcMi7QZM thanks!
  3. Hi everyone! Fisrt of all, excuse me if my english is not that good, I'm a french Canadian! So lately I've been searching for new clubs because I can't hit anymore my old ones (Taylormade RBZ reg flex). I'm searching for a set of irons and woods/rescues, but I already have a Driver (Cobra Bio Cell+). I know that I hit a long draw and I'm hitting like 150-155 yards with my PW (no jokes). I tried Callaway XR Pro x-stiff of one of my friend and Taylormade Burner 2.0 stiff, but I didn't get the results I was searching for. I don't know if I should go right now to x-stiff because I know that my swing speed is a bit high and I'm only 16 so I'm still growing but i want to get clubs I will keep at least 2-3 years. I'm also a 9 handicap. So here's my question: Which clubs should I buy to match my natural draw, with a budget of max 700-800 $ PS: I worked a lot this summer and I want to buy a golf accessory, I already have a Bushnell and I'll maybe buy myself the Game Golf thing but I'm not sure.. I'd like to put approximatly 150$. Thanks!
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