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Vegaman

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About Vegaman

  • Rank
    TSG Master
  • Birthday 11/13/74

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Thailand, Sweden
  • Interests
    Golf! Guitar playing, exercise

Previous Fields

  • Occupation
    Tour Manager
  • Handicap
    10
  • Brand of Choice
    Epon, Mizuno, Callaway
  • What's in the Bag?
    Epon 302s 4-pw, Epon 551s 4-pw. Mizuno The Craft 611 Driver. Bold Wedges, kasco Dolphin Wedges.
  1. That might very well be an important factor, golf being a mental game to a large degree.
  2. These look amazing...Pretty exotic stuff, don't see these everyday GLWS
  3. I also still game my Mizuno 611 Craft, at ten degrees which is more than i usually play. I usually hit the ball high with a lot of spin, this driver solved that. flat low spin flight, good roll out.
  4. I've seen a photo of this show up on TSG's Facebook page, but so far nothing more detailed? Is that a forged cup face? What ti material is used? Etc etc, when is more info coming
  5. Lol, yeah it all seems so off, logic wise
  6. I remember posting something about this years ago, when I started getting into JDM, the fact that irons were always short and flat as standard, but woods were always over-length and super upright...It somehow doesn't make any sense. For example, if Japanese golfers have "short arms" then that should result in longer irons too, not just woods?
  7. Not sure about trajectory, but I'm thinking a bigger sweet area for misses out of the toe or high on the face, self correcting draw comes to mind. Personally I never miss out of the heel for example.
  8. I also like the high toe look...although one wonders how that will look when combined with the upright lie?
  9. Nice post! Thanks a lot. It's really hard getting feedback on these boutique brands. Keep it coming, ha ha!
  10. Around 1000 USD usually only gives you a pretty beat up set of these clubs in Japan. Just because ONE person sold them crazy cheap doesn't mean the rest of the market must follow. Obviously. What if he had given them away? All 1st generation personals would be worth zero?
  11. I still like the Kasco dw-113 in 52 & 58. Most teardrop-y shape you'll ever see. For really soft conditions I bring out the Bolds Ltd.
  12. Did you actually see a fast drop in your hcp because of the PXG irons? I'm asking because I am becoming more and more convinced that the type of iron we use matters very little when it comes to real handicap-lowering performance. Most players handicap varies very little over time, unless you suddenly start to play a lot more golf than before.
  13. Yeah, I have been culling stuff pretty severly, only have 2 epon iron sets these days...Shafted I might add.