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    Onoff, epon, crazy
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    Gamers: Crazy 435II 9.5 - Crazy CB-80 LS Noir 6.9 Jbeam Glorious 15.5 - Fuji Motore Speeder FW 60 S A-Grind Utility 20.5 - TRPX UT-7 Epon AF-302 (4i) - DG Pro R300 Epon Personal 2 (5-PW) - DG Pro R300 Fourteen RM12 Wedges (50,54,58) - Modus Wedge 105 Scotty Newport II Sidelines: Callaway BB Alpha DB, Honma TW717 455, Titleist 915F, 915H, Onoff Forged 2013, Ping S55, SM5 Vokeys, Scotty Squareback

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  1. Just saw the Mizuno 'Pro' Line on TSG. Looks almost identical to the MP-18 sold retail? Any difference between the two. Honestly I think both look great.
  2. You should try to sell these on the ขายไม้กอล์ฟ community on facebook
  3. hi, sorry, i thought i took these off the market already. No longer for sale, thanks!
  4. sorry, lie angle is 1.5° upright
  5. Putting up for sale a very lightly used set of Grindworks Dual Pocket (DP1) 5-AW. I would give these 95%, with most usage in the shorter irons. No bag chatter, always used headcovers. These are shafted with brand new KBS Tour 90 Stiff, found these to be very good and gives the DP1 a nice powerful flight. Grips are new too, GP CP2 Pros. If you are looking to one up your friends on par 3s, these are the clubs for you. Standard L/L/L. Realized I didnt need this type of iron over a couple of rounds.. didnt seem to fit my game. Willing to split, but prefer to sale as completely assembled. SOLD Paypal gifted, included shipping worldwide. Welcome all offers. Trade items include player's CBs and similar. Thanks for looking! If anyone wants more pics of specific spots on the face, let me know!
  6. Hey all, just wanted to share a short review of the Grindworks Dual Pocket. I've been pretty much a blade/muscleback cb player all my life, but was wanting to try something new. The 'largest' irons I own are the PRGR RS Forged. I got fitted to the KBS Tour 90s In hand, the DP is not as large as you might expect, considering its target. But the lofts are ultra strong at 7i 30°. So I've been out to the range with it and also on-course, and I must say the feeling is definitely so-so at best, but honestly better feeling than its counterparts from USDM, ie, TM M1/M2 irons. Head length is shortert than the Epon AF-703, which i like. Its very point and shoot, but surprisingly workable. Couldn't fade it as much, but drawing the ball was much easier. Turf interaction is excellent (soles are not that wide either), distance is at least a club longer than the PRGRs, which are Onoff Kuro long by the way. Shafts seemed a good fit, not super smooth, but stable for its weight, and gave a good height. If you're looking for a suped up iron and hate to go the driving range (like me), you would sure to love these. Right now just dialing in the distance, since I cannot be possibly hitting a 'normal' 7 iron 180 yards at my swingspeed. But highly recommended for those who want their lives to be easier on the course should give these a whack. Just need to find its brother the AF705 to compare these with :)
  7. i think i know the shop (in thailand) that you are referring to.. they say they are a distributor of seven or something like that. on another note, Chris, for the MCB's, would bending them strong a degree or two wear out the finish??
  8. removed for now
  9. those are sick looking PRGRs, I've only seen one set on sale, EVER. This is the second set :) Still play the RS Forged, I'm sure the Tunes would be butter. GLWS!
  10. those ATTAS shafts are swell man. One of the best graphite iron shafts I've tried
  11. didn't sound like a rant to me... but i agree with bngolfer, in that they are 'fun' to own, but they are nothing special, just built to spec of a particular pro on tour, heavier head weight or not. i know a lot of folks who cant't break 90 but demand that their driver be 10.7°
  12. These don't live up to the hype??
  13. Next comes the "Wanker Technology"... the shaft gets progressively longer as swing gets more aggressive
  14. thats what i thought. not saying that its bad, since i never tried. but i think i will stick with with a fujikura evo iii a lot of the well known fitters here that i have talked to have nothing bad to say about these shafts, and they do promote it heavily. i wonder what margins they are getting.. i agree 100% of what you were trying to say in the previous post about itobori pricing. there was this one shop who is was marketing itobori like crazy. and buyers rushed in. as always, thanks for the insight