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Replay

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About Replay

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  • Birthday 11/30/1987

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  1. I've tried both...and boyyyy the Mizuno is amazing!!!! Considered the Dymo? It's pretty good...imho certainly much better than the Sumo. I picked the Dymo2 over the Mizuno.
  2. Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't Ping invent the following: 1. Cavity back irons 2. Heel-Toe weighting 3. 460cc Drivers 4. Cavity back blade putters ...personal bias for Nike and their invention or at least innovation of square head drivers!!!
  3. No experience with shafts, but if the ball flight, spin, forgivness, stiffness is a good combination...then I don't see any reason to change? Depends what sort of shot you would like, and what the shaft is providing. If it doesn't match up then best bet would be to go to the pro shop and get fit for the perfect shaft!
  4. Maybe compression level is too high for you? I stick with the softer balls myself...technique lacks a bit for me to really kill the better balls.
  5. I quite like the Pinnacle Gold FX Soft...haven't tried the Srixon Soft Feel...although they will probably be the next box I buy...
  6. Try a hybrid out. Also imho...you should work on the woods at the range, play safe on the course to reduce your handicap. I'm suffering 'cause of my long game too...can't hit the driver or long irons...I still used to try and hit them on the course, but duffed loads of shots. I'm fed up...so on the course I tee off with the 3-wood and play the 6-iron down. Constantly working on the driver/long irons on the range. Until I'm totally confident and consistent...I'm going to keep playing safe.
  7. Hey, I would have to agree with the above, just been to loads of demo/fitting days recently and this is the general advice I've received from the pros: (Nothing personal meant...just my honest opinion) A: To know exactly what you need...get fitted. But there's a huge craze with the high-lofted drivers for beginners/GI drivers atm...since it creates more backspin, which reduces sidespin...hence, straighter shots. Also more airtime for those with slower swing speeds/imperfect technique...hence more distance. There are loads of articles online too...about how generally more people would benefit
  8. I've also heard of the Nike Prototype 380cc Dymo possibly going into production. I think the new Nike VR Driver is supposed to be
  9. Hey I made a post on a similar thread (tweaked a little): Square driver 11* regular flex. I doubt you will grow out of that for a long time. Square Driver = v.high MOI...it's a SGI driver if you will...I doubt it's much shorter in distance than the comparable regular version...either way...I'd take the more frequently hit fairways over distance into the rough. 11* = check out some articles online...but high degree lofts seem to be the best thing for high-handicappers/new golfers. (a) High loft creates more backspin which reduces sidespine...hence, more fairways. (b) High loft provides more a
  10. Callaway 11* regular flex. I doubt you will grow out of that for a long time. Callaway Square Driver = v.high MOI...it's a SGI driver if you will...I doubt it's much shorter in distance than the FT-9...either way...I'd take the more frequently hit fairways over distance into the rough. 11* = check out some articles online...but high degree lofts seem to be the best thing for high-handicappers/new golfers. (a) High loft creates more backspin which reduces sidespine...hence, more fairways. (b) High loft provides more air time...good for those with slower swing speeds/imperfect swings...h
  11. Heard the AD333 is supposed to be good...as well as the infamous TopFlite Gamer...have yet to try either...
  12. This is such an excellent driver!!! Probably my absolute favourite...more so even than my new and current Dymo2...and I love this thing to bits! Traditional shape...ridiculously forgiving...and super-hot face. One of the best looking drivers out there too...although my only slight criticism is the new colour scheme...would have preferred the mizuno white/blue theme to continue...but hey the orange looks good! This driver really has everything! You definitely have to try it out. I would say this driver is much better than the G15 & TM Burner!!
  13. All good! I like the mixed set of irons...v.good idea!! Something I'll keep in mind if/when I grow out of my current set! I say "if" because I've got friends who shoot in the 70s and 80s and still use GI and SGI clubs! I've read a lot of people here with low handicaps still game their G-range Ping irons! Let's get to that handicap first...and then see huh?!
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