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nobmontana posted a topic in Buy, Sell, & Trade1. Shimada K's 8001 shafts 4-PW + GW + SW - 5i was built to 38.25" - Flex is a single flex CPM wise comes out almost identical to Modus 120 S which as most of you know, softer than most other S flex - Taper tip .355" weight is about 100g - Cosmetically in excellent condition. - Grips are MCC Plus 4 Align on the 4-PW but the regular MCC Plus 4 on the wedges with lots of life left - Also installed are Pro Soft inserts to eliminate unwanted vibration. - Shaft alone will cost $450+ from pro shop. ( + grips + insert will add up to more ) SOLD!! 2. PRGR RS Forged 57 deg wedge - Condition is 8.5/10 some mark on the face and sole. - Stock shaft and grip standard L/L/L $75 $50 including shipping in the US ( overseas for additional $25 ) 3. Speeder Evolution IV 661 X Flex one time pull - 44.25" - Untipped - One time pull using pneumatic shaft puller - Cosmetically in perfect condition. SOLD 4. Tourstage X Drive P02-6 9.5deg driver / Skitter Athlete Shaft - Last generation of Endo forged Tourstage drivers. - Limited Edition 365cc head - Normal marks on sole from normal usage. Face is clean. Tiny dimple on the heel side of the sole .. does not affect performance. - Shaft is a Skitter Athlete 550 shaft which is designated as XX flex but its one of those noodle shafts that feels more like a Junior flex shaft. Believe it or not, when using this club, I can increase my head speed to 120 mph. Normally I am at around 105 mph at the most. Take it for what it's worth. The noodle soft shaft does give good training like "Orange Whip" trainer. Does improve tempo for sure. - Built to 46" SOLD
Had a chance this week to hit the new PRGR irons in the RS series -- both the Forged MB and the Titan CB. And true to rep, these are fine feeling, great looking irons. The Forged MB's were definitely special to me. Crisp, precise hits, great feel, and easily workable. I hit these with the stock NS Pro 95 S shaft, and the trajectory was a nice medium height rising kind of carry that flew long and had nice roll out. Size-wise, they're not quite as small as the blades I've been playing, but they definitely don't look like CB's when looking down at them at address. Interesting shape to the sole made them play well off both tight turf and rough. Beautiful sound on strike gives great feedback on the hit, and the sweet spot seemed to be large and forgiving for a player's iron. The Titan is a little larger, but not overwhelmingly so. It, too, has a great shape and appears surprisingly similar to the MB at address. The face is a little darker, and has a white line on the bottom groove that makes it super easy to set up. The CB has a channel separation at the base that, sure enough, reminded me of the Mizuno MP55 both in look and feel. This one jumps on impact with a slightly more energetic sound. Not a big topline at all for a CB. Def does NOT look like a GI iron at address. I hit it with both the stock carbon and the stock NS Pro 85 shafts. Both were a little lighter, and to my liking, produced a higher trajectory with a little more spin, and the distance bump was what you'd expect from a forgiving CB even if the feel was a little less precise than the forged. Great irons for someone looking for a blade that's a little more forgiving or a CB that seems loaded with the new distance technologies that keep finding their way into the higher end irons. --RLL