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  1. I am a high handicapper shooting in the mid 90’s and have been using a set of Cleveland 588 cb irons for about 6 years(7-pw project-x stiff shafts). I have been a very casual player but recently decided I wanted to get serious about golf. My question is should I invest in a set of used “game improvement irons” ? I feel like my current irons are unforgiving although it may be my lack of practice and poor swing. Would the benefit be worth changing to something like the TaylorMade m2’s or similar clubs? Or should I just invest the money on lessons and learn to use my Cleveland 588 cb irons?
  2. I have been looking into putters and can’t decide which putter I should go with. I wanted to hear your input, thanks.
  3. Has anybody tried the new Cleveland HB Irons yet? They're just released in September and I'm interested if they live up to the hype of the Cleveland marketing and "professional" reviewers. http://www.clevelandgolf.com/en/irons-/launcher-hb-irons/MLHBI.html
  4. Just for fun.... Long story short: I left my Cleveland CG15 60° wedge around my CC's 9th green ~4/5 weeks ago. Figured it'd get turned in, but no luck so far. Tried to be patient, but our club's steep bunkers, firm/quick greens and tight pin placements are killing me. My 54° just isn't a match for many of them no matter how much I open it up. Today I purchased a Rotex 2.0 60° (satin, blade-style, mid-bounce - the exact equivalent of my previous 60°). Of course, the purchase guarantees that the previous wedge will be turned in to the shop, probably within 12-24 hours. Regardless, predict here what you believe the results of my first shot will be w/the new wedge. Not sure if rain will let me out tonight, but I'll post back as soon as I'm able to go out. Some pertinent general info: I'm currently a 13.2, but with lots of upside, just joined my club ~2 mos. back and getting back into playing a lot I don't take many full shots w/the 60°; it'd have to be a tight front pin ~65-70 yds Generally it's 1/2 - 2/3 pitches and lobs around the green, and the 60° is my primary bunker wedge (especially at my home club) I don't chip w/the 60°; it'd take an unusual lie and pin/green-contour situation These aren't the cavity-back Clevelands - they're blade-style. Suitable for a mid-handicapper?? Hmmm... Some pertinent info relating to each scenario: Knocked it stiff: I'm a pretty good ball striker w/my wedges relative to my handicap Buttery shank: When it happens, it happens w/my 54° & 60° (but the Cleveland wedges make it feel amazing!) Sand screamer: Rain lately has our (very treacherous!) bunkers firm at the bottoms, and I've been bouncing the edge a bit Laid sod: Very rare if in fairway or fringe, but our thick, Alabama bermuda rough around the greens will extricate your soul Feel free to present another option if you don't like mine. Be brutal if you wanna - this is intended for fun and I don't get offended! And, believe me, all options are possible! BamaWade
  5. http://www.golfwrx.com/329484/review-cleveland-tfi-2135-putters/ I just purchased a Cleveland TFI 1.0 to upgrade from my basic Adams Tight lies putter that came with my 5 year old set. I went to Golfsmith three different times and I tried various Odyssey, Taylormade, Nike, and PING models. I was most satisfied with the Cleveland TFI. I have used it in two different rounds since I bought it and I feel much more control over my putts and actually feel the ball more (if that makes sense) than with the heavy tight lies putter I had. The grip that comes with the TFI is very comfortable and I have no problem keeping the putter steady. I did not feel the same way about some of the other models like the Nike Method. Some reviewers said the copper face and white insert distracted them when lining up putts. I never had this issue, as you can barely see the copper and white looking straight down. I also received many compliments about it from my foursome. I was worried about the copper being too flashy but I really like it now. The alignment bar is raised to the exact radius of a golf ball, hence the 2135 name. I found lining up putts was slightly easier and had less mishits. Now I still stink at reading greens so I didn't hole all those putts, but it did go where I aimed consistently. At $129, cheaper than almost all other putters I tried, I was very satisfied with the purchase.
  6. Hi, I'm looking at replacing my current toe balanced putter with a new one. I have found a few that take my fancy online at reasonable prices but for some reason they don't state whether they are toe balanced or not. Does anyone have any insight or any useful reviews on the following clubs and which would best suit my my arced putting stroke? Thanks in advance. Nike Golf Method Core MC-3i Putter Nike Golf Method Core MC-5i Putter Cleveland Golf Classic HB #1 Putter
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