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oneoverwrx

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About oneoverwrx

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  • Birthday 11/30/1985

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    4.8
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    Righty
  1. update on the ap2s. Great high flight, spin isnt much different as far as i can tell. The ball probably spins less but the higher flight trumps it. Iron shots into par 3s and spinning back more than not. I can also knock these babies down when i need to. Also shot a 71(par72) last saturday and i have had a few impressive 9 hole scores in our league play. I would recommend these to anyone. If you make contact, these will help. These are equally workable and for me the long irons are long. For the first time i have been able to take more club make an easy swing and still hit the ball high
  2. good to hear. And just because an e6 isnt 40/box doesnt mean it isnt premium. I recommend an e6 to everyone, but thats another discussion completely. Thanks for the info, i was hoping the higher flight would offset the less spin.
  3. So i pulled the trigger on buying new irons. I really wanted something more forgiving and something that launched the ball higher than my cg1 tours with s300s. Ended up getting 5-pw standard loft and length, 3* upright, kbs tour stiff shafts and golf pride tour velvet cord grips. Carry distance on the cleveland 6iron was in the 195yd on a good strike. Probably hit this club 185 on average. Slight thin mishits were 15yds short and slight toe contacts were probably 20ish yds short. The ball also had a very low ball flight, lower than what would be considered good. Carry dist
  4. to my knowledge the grooves i have are conforming. They are what is currently offered in clevelands cg16 wedges as far as i know. Now....the results/observations Was hitting my cg1 6 iron approx 190 on a center contact. Off center hits were 20 or so yards shorter. And i really have a hard time judging the height but it was very low trajectory. Hit it on the board and we decided to try the 2* upright head. As far as lie goes he said it was close but he would go 3* and see where we were at but theres no 3* head in the cart. Shafts....hit a s300, x100, nippon(not sure which), kbs
  5. I really like the look of them also. Was hoping for some insight on ball flight and workability. As well as groove comparo. thanks.
  6. The two clubs are quite a bit different that is why i also asked about the cb710. Im really wanting something a little more forgiving and something with a cavity will also promote a higher ball flight. I will deal with any loss in length. I am also considering keeping exactly what i have and trying to learn to hit the ball higher. If my current clubs were fit for me, lie and shaft, more than likley i wouldnt be so eager to switch but due to the fact that they arent i feel like i can gain some performance and have a set that is ideal for me.
  7. Ok, super short notice but im getting fit today for new irons, I currently play cleveland cg1 tours with dgs300, standard l,l,l. I have been told by several people including club pro and other fitters that i need something 2* upright and i also want something that i can hit a bit higher. Currently playing to a 4.6 due to some driver issues but that should soon come down to a 2-3 as my putting has really improved since last year. OK... More back info and my logic.... My current irons, cleveland cg1 tours. I hit them well but i really want something a touch more forgiving. A
  8. I hate the new look. Took longer to load and i am completely lost
  9. Last season was my first year(2010) actually caring and taking golf seriously. Prior to this year i was a once/twice a month player and didn't care about my game. I was getting out there to hit some balls relieve some stress and just get away for a few hrs. Well this year the bug bit me hard. I cant honestly give a guess to what my handicap was at the beginning of the year but i have shaved it down to a 4.8. It i had to guess i would say i dropped 15 strokes this year. My goals are going to be pretty steep. I play enough and practice enough and feel like i can be dedicated enough to achieve
  10. Im not going to go back and read the previous pages but I just watched this episode and he clearly states that "when putting on bermuda you have to worry about grain"(might not be exactly correct) But...then he obviously rubs the green. With no doubt in my mind he was testing the surface and should have been penalized...otherwise next time im in the sand im going to reach down get a handful and say my hands needed something to help my grip.....whatever. I will be testing the sand but it will be no penalty!
  11. I feel like the mark on the iron is a tad bit low. I know there have been many people on here saying it isnt but i have never hit a pure shot and looked at my iron and the mark been below the lowest groove. Shots coming from this club however have been trapped and he has had to control spin and things like that so that may be why the mark looks low to me. My wear mark starts a tad bit above the lowest groove and is a bit less tight.
  12. I had an xls 3 wood and ended up trading a friend for his titleist 3 wood the other day. I was having serious control problems with mine. Mine had the fit on gold in stiff flex. I would hit about 1 out of 10 toward my target. Slowing the swing didnt help. However he hits it perfectly. Im guessing the shaft just didnt fit my swing. The 3wood i traded him for has a ture temper s300 and i hit it great but its a lot heavier shaft. Make sure and get one with a shaft that fits your swing. Great looking club and great sound(much better than the xls driver sound)
  13. 348yds middle of the fairway, caught the backside of a ridge and kept on rolling. This was at Cherry Blossom in Georgetown, KY. The carts have gps and they measure distance from the tee boxes. My average distance that day was 294yds. Of the 11 drives i noted.
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