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About danieldsuh

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  • Birthday 11/30/1984

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  1. I got quoted for a set of MP58 4-PW with an upcharge for Project X or KBS shaft for 725-750 I forgot the exact price.
  2. The kick point and torque are different for the made for titleist version and regular version on Titleist's website.
  3. Looks like people have started receiving their orders.
  4. My Adidas ADComfort shoes are great. Even after walking 18 my feet are tired just from the walking, but not sore at all.
  5. Well my ballstriking isn't superb but its not bad at all. Of course there are times when I'm off but not anything major enough to make me want to shy away from a player's iron. Even if I only hit 5 out of 10 swings really well, it makes those 5 well struck shots that much more enjoyable for me. Having that feeling of hitting it really well and working to improve on the bad shots is what I enjoy about golf. Plus my misses aren't so bad that I'm severely penalized for them. Having said that, I do agree that I shouldn't punish myself TO much so I'm leaning more toward the AP2 for that little bit of extra forgiveness. Hitting these I still feel that great sensation when hitting a really good shot but enough feedback to let me know when I could've made a better swing. Thanks for the input everyone. I still haven't made up my mind yet but I am leaning more toward the AP2.
  6. The reason is that I hit the AP2's better then the AP1. I also hit the TM Tour Preferred better then the Burners. For whatever reason I just strike the ball better when I'm not hitting a GI iron with a big sole.
  7. Ok I was lazy and didn't change my handicap but just to clear it up I've edited it. I know you're not trying to be rude. Your input is appreciated. My money is spent on lessons. I have one almost weekly and practice anywhere from 1-5 times a week. My iron play is the best part of my game. My 100 yards in, including putting is also pretty good. It is my woods that kill me the most. My driver could also be better but I'm working on both of those.
  8. Those are some beautiful clubs. If you have enough time to dedicate to practice I say you should get them. As for me, I think I'm going to get the AP2. It will be more forgiving on mishits and it is cheaper. If I really want it, I can trade in for or get the MP58 later.
  9. I don't think either club is over my head. I can hit either fine. Yes I might make mis hits once in a while but that just means I need to practice some more. For whatever reason I hit the GI irons about the same if not a little worse.
  10. 58's would be retail cost...AP2 I have a friend who gets a deep discount from Titleist.
  11. I know what you're saying and the answer is the MP58..but how much more is the question. Both are great. Anyway, its not time to pull the trigger yet so I have some more time to mull it over. Thanks for the input though. It's definitely appreciated.
  12. Yea I totally understand what you're saying. Fortunately here in So Cal I can play year round. I practice more then once a week and play at least 2 times a month so I get a lot of time in. I also still have fun being out there with friends anyway even if I'm not playing well. If my round is not going well then I usually just switch my focus towards practicing then trying to shoot the lowest score I can. Either way I still enjoy the time out there.
  13. I'm not a 27 I just haven't changed it. My Iron play is the best part of my game. I don't want something Game Improvement. For some reason I don't hit them that well and I don't really like the look. I also like the fact that when I mess up my shot with a players iron I know that it was my fault and what I did wrong so it helps me to correct my flaws and play better. In short it just feels that much more rewarding when I hit it well.
  14. Well the cost difference is about $500 so its a pretty big thing to consider which is why I'm having such a hard time deciding.
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