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  8. Anyone have a set lying around? Preferably 3 shafts total. Thanks, Ian.
  9. Ian-500

    Miura MB 5005 3-PW or 4-PW Stiff Flex

    Love the look of those 5005. One day...
  10. Ian-500

    Looking for cb iron set

    Onoff forged 2011 in fantastic condition. 4-PW.
  11. Johnnychia

    Looking for cb iron set

    I got cm-1
  12. Johnnychia

    Miura MB 5005 3-PW or 4-PW Stiff Flex

    I got combo set
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  15. Thanks to everyone that replied. Search still goes on.
  16. Ok, er thanks nob! Hahahahaha, I have no experience with Target Tour lite by the way. Can't help you with a comparison there. So, where to start. Ok, lets go with a list, we like lists. Please bear in mind that some of these shafts were gamed 6/7/8 years ago, so my memory might not be all that great.... In order of first being the best, here are my top 5 graphite iron and wedge shafts...apologies if I've missed some shafts out. Irons: Soft feel; Quadra 100i s, Roddio i-10 sx, Steelfiber i95 s, Accra Tour TiMesh 110 x, Crazy CBi-02 s, Fubuki i425 s, Fire Express DGL 120 x, Recoil Prototype 125 M5, Attas 7 s, Recoil 110 F4, Steelfiber i99 Players Spec. The first four were all shafted with Endo forged S20c heads..... Dispersion; Recoil Prototype 125 M5, Accra Tour TiMesh 110 x, Crazy CBi-02 s, Fire Express DGL 120 x, Steelfiber i95 s, Roddio i-10 sx, Quadra 100i s, Fubuki i425 s, Recoil 110 F4, Attas 7 s, Steelfiber i99 Players Spec. Distance; Quadra 100i s, Accra Tour TiMesh 110 x, Steelfiber i95 s, Crazy CBi-02 s, Recoil Prototype 125 M5, Roddio i-10 sx, Fubuki i425 s, Recoil 110 F4, Attas 7 s, Fire Express DGL 120 x, Steelfiber i99 Players Spec. Favourite; Quadra 100i s. These were my first JDM graphite shafts and I'll always look back to these and wonder why the hell I sold them! Wedges: Soft feel; Crazy Black Wedge 110 s, Fire Express Wedge 120 x, Steelfiber 125, Accra TiMesh 110/125 M5, MCI black 100, Attas Tour 120 x, Quadra 100i s. Spin; Crazy Black Wedge 110 s, Accra TiMesh 110/125 M5, Fire Express Wedge 120 x, Steelfiber 125, MCI black 100, Attas Tour 120 x, Quadra 100i s. Favourites irons; Quadra 100i s. These were my first JDM graphite shafts and I'll always look back to these and wonder why the hell I sold them! Favourite wedges; Crazy Black 110 s. Just didn't get on with the Quadra in a wedge. These Crazies with the Quadra irons would have made a great set. Maybe one day. Just remember that they were all shafted with different heads/ lofts etc, so not an apples to apples comparison. Hope that helps ๐Ÿ™‚
  17. nobmontana

    Crazy Target Tour Lite vs High end graphite

    Oh and I forgot to mention my current gamers are SUS 316 with Modus 125. I also installed Pro Soft insert to eliminate unwanted vibration. Buttery smooth combo!! Based on my experience, Iโ€™d go with Target Tours on the SUS . Canโ€™t go wrong with that combo.
  18. Hey KCS217 Let me know what you think of the Crazy SBi-02s if you go that route...I'm dying to get a set, but not quite ready to pull the trigger. Thanks
  19. Dr.Shankenstein

    Seattle Golf Show...

    It has been years since I have been to the Seattle Golf Show and it doesn't sound like I have been missing much. Good call on the noodles though, no better way to wrap up the day. UW driving range is open and so is Puetz where you can pay a little extra to hit NXTs and get on a flightscope. Soon this snow will melt and get to play through soupy fairways. Enjoy your day off!
  20. D22marshall

    Basileus AAA 2018 70s

    Helping list this for a friend a MInt Basileus AAA 2018 70s Driver Shaft purchased new from tsg store. 44.25 not tipped at all one time pull. xroz tour grip. All mint $400 pp from Aus
  21. nobmontana

    PRGR RS Forged Irons - any feedback?

    Can't compare since I do not have experience with 790s or PXGs But construction wise, the RS forged are not hollow with elastomer fillings like the other two. To me, the RS Forged looked pretty compact with a nice thinner top line. Feel is on the soft side with a very very subtle but soft "click" mixed in the impact. Because of the pocket cavity construction of the RS Forged, they were very easy to hit and very forgiving on mis-hits. If I were to choose a forgiving set of irons that provides good distance, yet does not compromise looks or playability, the RS forged would be in my shortlist.
  22. How are these compared to US Market multi-material irons like TM 790, PXG etc? Thanks
  23. nobmontana

    Seattle Golf Show...

    Due to the snow that accumulated on the ground for the last 3 weeks, I've not swung a golf club since scoring my 71. What perfect timing ... "Seattle Golf Show" was on this weekend at the Century Link Event Center ( Next to the Seahawks Stadium ). Having nothing else to do, I decided to take my two girls to kill time. They were giving out a few free rounds of golf for a $15 ticket so that alone was actually worth it. On the other hand , the show overall was really a sad golf show.... mostly a show of Golf courses and resorts in the Pacific Northwest and a big area for clearance golf items by the local golf shops... Major brands did have their testing booths. To my surprise, Honma actually had a booth with their new TW747 series. I got to try the 747 460 driver with the stock Vizard shaft as well the 747V forged irons. The driver was really forgiving and had a pretty hot feel off the face. I liked the neutral feel of the Vizard shaft was very smooth but stable. The 747V irons looked super at address and felt soft off the face as well. Can't wait to try the Rose Proto Blades when they are released!! Also had the chance to try a couple of other forged irons, the new Srixon muscle backs (Matsuyama blades) as well as a Mizuno JPX 919 Forged. The new Srixon blades looked really nice at address and felt good too. I could see myself bagging these! The back design looked refreshed with more curvy lines compared to its predecessors. I was actually not too impressed with the JPX 919. Had a thicker top line and looked a bit chunky. Feel was a bit firmer than older Mizunos that I was accustomed to. I've reshafted my Shinagawa MBs last week with Modus 125s and they are ready to go but the range has been closed so I have not had the chance t hit them yet. Maybe another few days until the range re-opens. Oh well. Went to Uwajimaya supermarket omg the way home and had a late lunch at Samurai Ramen. Hadn't been there for a long time but their Miso Ramen was pretty decent and that actually might have been the highlight of my Sunday. Thank goodness tomorrow is a day off for Presidents Day!!
  24. nobmontana

    Crazy Target Tour Lite vs High end graphite

    I have tried the CBI 80 Limited in both in Regular and Stiff. Hard stepping the Regular felt perfect for me and Stiff straight in was a bit on the firmer side. I currently use Modus 125 S straight in. Not sure about the CBI 01 or 02 but Crazy graphite Iron shafts in general seems a half flex on the firmer side. Iโ€™ve also tried OTi 95 and 105s while very smooth, I found the OTis very high launching. Was too high for me. Perhaps the tour models will suit better. I believe Ian has experience with the CBI 01 or 02s as well as Accra iron shafts. Heโ€™s the expert with mid weight graphite iron shafts. ๐Ÿ™‚
  25. bogeylondon

    Snowing again sale

    I wish I could have some spare money ๐Ÿ˜ž
  26. supo


    still trying to move these beasts .............
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