Jump to content


Established Member
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by CrazyXGolfer

  1. Control, i think you miss read.
    I ment that please don;'t sat that im a 8 hanicaper, don;t play blades.
    No offence intended to other people, I ment dont say IM (crazyxgolfer) is a 8, don't play em....

    I now actully play a combo set, P-8 Blades, 7 - 4 Small cavities.

    I actully got to try a blade 3 Iron yesterday and loved it (in the old nike forged blades)
    I think im going to try the Vr's and if there good, im going to buy them

    Thanks all for the help!

  2. So when i started golf, i brought a second hand iron set to start with, now i have progressed very quickly from when i started golf. 6months ago when i started, i was playing off a 26 handicap, now im down to 8.3 and shoting a avg round of 72-73.

    I now what to get a iron set fitted for me since i am now going in to start playing some Junior golf tornys.

    So ive narrowed it down to 3 Iron sets, Nike Forged Blades vs TW Blades Vs Taylormade R9 TP. I still think i prefer blades for feel and for the slight amount of extra workability you get with blades so I can knock it in close on those tight pin positions.

    The main question is has anybody hit the old forged blades and compard them to the new ones?
    I quite like the sound of the new blades because i herd they have a little bit more forgivness on those miss hits.
    I have not been able to hit the new blades yet, but im going to a demo night very soon to test them out.

    Anyways, let me know what you think.

    By the way, please don't post, your a 8 HC you should not be using blades.
  3. It depends, do you hit your 3i, how consistent???, how high do you hit it???

    I would say, add a hybird/ 5 wood. Depends what you like. I would suggest a 19 not a 20, thats just me. ( if you get a 19, you would not need to take the 3i out since there should be getting a little bit more dist with the 19)
    Add a 3 wood for sure, and sand and maybe a lob. Depending on how you like your bag set up.
  4. Well i actully took a Square driver out for a test the other day, (not that im looking to buy a new one, just to see) So here is what i found:

    Bit weird and new at setup, not bad though.
    Horrible sound!
    I could still work the ball quite well.
    Launched to high.

    So thats just what i think of square drivers, it's not that i don't like them, but im a real traditionalist, so i like stick with what i like the look of + Im quite a good driver of the ball, so ill stick with the norm pear shaped club.
  5. Hey all, first topic here....
    I have a little problem at the moment, I used to play 4 wedges (P, 52, 56, 60) But i was finding a quite a desent gap of distance between my 3 wood and 3 Iron. So i went in and got fitted for a 5 wood. (Im not a big fan of Hybrids) I LOVE the 5 wood, probs my 2nd fav club in the bag.

    But now since i took my 52 wedge out of the bag, im having some probs with club selection around the greens, i used to love the 52 wedge, it was always a nice little club to use around green side, not to high, not to much spin just perfect for almost any situation. I have been using my 56 and putting it back in my stance to try and get the same highet as my 52 was comming out, but when i do so the spin is just crazy.

    So there is now 3 options here, replace my wedges and get a 53 and 58, Get mine bent, or take out the 3 Iron and put back in the 52. But the problem with taking out the 3 iron, is that i love the nockdown low shot i can hit into the greens on windy days, on the longer holes. And since im a fairly long hitter, i use my 3 Iron alot of the tee.

    Any ideas, or advice?
  • Create New...

Important Information

Welcome to TST! Signing up is free, and you'll see fewer ads and can talk with fellow golf enthusiasts! By using TST, you agree to our Terms of Use, our Privacy Policy, and our Guidelines.

The popup will be closed in 10 seconds...