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About mr.haha

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    SYard T388 - Quadra Fire 65 SX PRGR 3W HD TRPX Messenger **** Geotech Utility GTU 0379 19* Epon AF Tour 3-PW Nippon Modus 120X Yururi Raw Gekku 49 & 53 Geotech w213 58 Machine Custom Damascus M10

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  1. $550 on the epons. thats a full set - 8 clubs.
  2. Price drop 600 USD shipped in US? intl split shipping costs.
  3. Bumping this. Any Best Reasonable Offers?
  4. S-Yard T388 9.5 $ sold.

    this is an insanely cheap price. if i didnt have two already i would pick this up. amazing head.
  5. Epon AF Tour Endo Forged Blades 3-PW Head Only - very good condition. Grooves are in very condition. Lots of life left. Some bag chatter. These were my back up clubs and as a result saw less playing time. Played on soft conditions in North East USA Asking $620 shipped CONUS. will ship internationally. JDM Wedges and Hybrid – Yururi Raw Gekku – Geotech - $50 for each piece including shipping in conus. Wedges played in soft conditions. Plenty of life left. Hybrid has a couple paint chips on the back which are hard to see from address. Geotech wedge is 50* Yururi Raw Gekku Wedge is 53* Geotech Hybrid is 19*
  6. 700 bucks delivered! otherwise im taking these down.
  7. I hate to do this but baby #1 on the way so i have to clear some stuff out.Selling heads only Epon AF Tour 3-PW. Heads are in very good condition and grooves have a lot of life left. There is a small ding on the 3 iron sole (toe) and there is some bag chatter. These irons have not seen the course in a couple years. international send me PM for quote. i will charge actual shipping rates.Asking $850 $750 shipped CONUS vis USPS PMYururi Raw Gekku Wedge 49* Head Only – $SOLD
  8. SEVEN WEDGE CONTEST - Winner's review (join)

    Update on my wedges: after 5 rounds and more range time i felt the wedges soften up. i guess it took me time to get used to the grind as well. Wedges are definitely softer than my first round and spin is still on par. ive chose to put the 50* and 54* in my backup bag and game the 60* for a a bit. overall i am happy with these wedges and will reserve them for more firm/dry courses. the bolds will be my main gamers for the soft conditions in Massachusetts.
  9. SEVEN WEDGE CONTEST - Winner's review (join)

    Chris, yeah i thought the feel was interesting. its not contact so could be build spec or shaft.
  10. SEVEN WEDGE CONTEST - Winner's review (join)

    Here are my thoughts on the wedges and I’ll try to snap some pics at the range tonight. Please note I only have 1 round with these and 2 range sessions. I received all 3 wedges and I won’t lie, I love the overall look of them at address as well as the translucent blue paint. My only hesitation on these wedges was the bounce as I typically play in soft conditions and 8* is big difference when compared to the SYard Bolds that I play which are in the 10*-11* range. I love my Bolds (which I got from a member here… thanks TSupo) Specs were pretty close within +-1g (with my el cheapo scale) and the lofts were spot on (Mitchell). I play to a -2 lie so I had to bend these a few degrees with no problems. Swing weighted these to D4. Shafts are Modus 125 wedge shafts playing at -1/4” with perfect pro grips. Spin 52-56: None of this should come as a surprise as these are non-conforming grooves. Full to half shots these babies spin. I play Prov1x/Snell MTB and I had no issues getting check action from 20-110 yards. On 18 I had about 105 yards uphill so maybe 112 yards true distance to a back pin position. I took a smooth swing with the 52* and landed the ball within 10 feet with enough backspin to hold the green and get a little bit of backup but not excessive. I was very happy with this result more importantly the actual action of the ball especially going uphill. I short sided myself a couple times on other holes which left me with some <20 yard shots and spin from this distance was pretty good. Out of the rough the 56* performed quite well. Conditions were dry and I had a 30 yard pitch shot to a middle pin. Ball came out very nicely out of 3” rough and rolled out maybe 7-10 feet. 60* - I hit a couple bunker shots but that’s really all. So I can’t comment too much on the versatility of the 60* yet. Feel: Overall I was not a huge fan on the feel. I fully expected these to be super soft but I got more of a harsh feeling from these. These are nothing like the bolds which feel much more soft but not mushy. The Sevens felt almost like hitting a close to a cast wedge and it was very apparent on shots < 20 yards. Maybe this will change as I use them more? In conclusion I love the look but don’t really love the feel. The bounce did not seem to be an issue but I will certainly learn more about them as I use them. I will certainly give these wedges another 3-4 rounds but I can’t say that they will kick out the Bolds. I won’t be able to play until next weekend so an amendment to my review may be delayed. But again, many thanks to TSG and their generosity in this contest. also, i just picked up a set of the Open Model Series Irons - specifically OM-5. Will have a review soon but i absolutely love these.