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Taylor Shrake

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About Taylor Shrake

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  • Birthday 11/30/1979

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  1. I play the g10s and are great autopilot irons, long as the ball lands on the face you'd be in pretty good shape. I would not replace your wedges though because you need that sole to work around the green. Doing a lot of the wedge shots with soles that big is very difficult to say the least.
  2. Most modern wedges have similiar spins, I just prefer vokeys because of the sole grind, look, and feel of them. For some reason I can spin them more, probably through making better contact. I hate the look of cleveland wedges also.
  3. Just over the past 2 weeks lately I've developed some serious side spin. I didn't change up my ball, I either use DT SoLos or NXT Tours depending on what I pull out of my bag. I can square them and send the ball perfectly straight and high, but when they land they roll back maybe 1-3 feet(more on the 52) but move 3-4 left or right (25% left, 75% right) It doesn't have to do with the break of the green as its consistent across all holes. I'm not really pulling or slicing them because they go perfectly straight until they land. Any ideas? Really killing the accuracy when it counts and seei
  4. Golf is about 90% confidence, its more about what you're comfortable with when you step up to the plate. My confidence comes from vokeys.. has been ever since I've played. You set it down and just expect it land exactly like you want to with the silky smooth feel. And if you cant stop a vokey on a dime then you're probably hitting rocks instead of golf balls.
  5. Why do people think these pay way too much for anything? Because they like them, it fits there game, and it gives them confidence. Nothing more needed, I hate the soft feel of odysseys. Yet I love the high toe, aircraft aluminum insert, and feel of my scotty cameron.
  6. my 52 I've had for over a year still continues to shred my DT solos like its it's job... luckily titleist has a cutproof guarentee where I can send it in and get a free sleeve. http://www.titleist.com/customerserv...sp?faqid=64566
  7. I must say I'm biased because I'm addicted to big long clubs, but I would really give the G15 a whirl if you like long and straight. Few quotes from golf digest (where its the performance leader) It looks so traditional, yet plays not so traditional. I switched from a Nike Dymo2 to a Ping G15 late last season and picked up 35 yards (also because of custom fitting, but I'm sure the head didn't hurt)
  8. The best part about pings is how they've made the game so easy. I step up to the plate on the tee with my G15 and I realize that no matter where I hit it on the clubface, I'm gonna be in pretty good shape assuming I turn my hands right. I've hit one on the far far end of the toe and only lost 10 yards, still went straight. How? I couldn't tell you. My g10s are very similiar. I don't plan on working them; ever. I just aim, point, swing, and they go there. The biggest problem is that I don't care where I make face contact, and I can't tell, and it doesn't matter, which isnt too healthy wit
  9. I'm one the only person I've ever seen that plays 5 wedges. It gives me complete control from 150 yards in. I didnt feel the need for a 3 or 5 iron, which I want to hit a distance of either of those I just hit the iron ahead of it soft. I have a Ping G10 PW, then titliest 52, 56, 60, and 64 I recently bought the 64, and I have to say its my favorite club in my bag. Literally I can make it sit with maybe one bounce on a simple 20 yard pitch shot.
  10. So I was bored at work one day, i'm strolling through titleist's website for the hundreth time, and I notice the DT Rolls and DT Carrys (I haaaaaaaate them) have been replaced with the old DT SoLos Anyone else think this was a great idea and love the DT SoLos?
  11. I have the green finder for my curve. It is lightweight, simple, and to the point. It does everything a range finder should do, and is easy, lightweight, and doesn't eat battery (like golf logix) I would say demo both, but I much prefer greenfinder
  12. More than anything I would reccomend some forged irons. What irons is up to your preference, pretty much any manufacturer's irons can be "your best" I'm currently a fan of Mizuno Irons and probably will soon replace my beloved G10s with a set of Mizunos.
  13. I play a 52 56 and a 60 or 62. I feel a need for lob wedge when shooting uphill and for full shots from 50-70 yards.
  14. backup driver while g15 head is getting reconnected to the shaft.
  15. Callaway is the one company thats known for consistently making 4 woods. Its a decent club if the 3 wood is too much for you off the deck, but it makes par 5s seem that much longer.
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