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View Poll Results: do you currently play blades or CBs

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  • i play blades

    5 17.24%
  • i play CBs

    18 62.07%
  • i play a transition combo set of blades and CBs

    6 20.69%
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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyleG
    I have the golfsmith one. It is an excellent unit and very accurate. The Mitchells are way overpriced and no better.
    The more I think about it, the less expensive I'm making it sound to myself. Based on your rec, I'm leaning towards the GS machine to have in the garage. I think I'm paying around $75-$100 per year to get the loft/lie check and adjustments, although partly because of that pesky 5 iron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omen2
    yeah they are super easy to use... if you have forged you may want to wrap a thin soft towelette around the clubhead to avoid indentations in the softer metal as much as possible..

    every club should definitely have one.

    Omen
    Ha ha ha

    Hey Omen I just noticed the change in signature. Nice touch, tell me, what made you choose the Adams over the HiBores?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omen2
    here's one example.

    http://www.mitchellgolf.com/viewItem.asp?idProduct=1590

    price at the very bottom in red

    the cheapest i've seen them go for is on ebay at 800 bucks... but it was not this one... a stripped down version.

    i just discovered this on golfsmith

    http://www.golfsmith.com/products/8325
    Your signature is great. But what about that gorgeous "Perfect Club" hybrid sand wedge I told you about? Also, couldn't you have chosen a 14 degree, offset driver? ALMOST a perfect bag.......
    Seldom right, never in doubt......

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorkman53
    Your signature is great. But what about that gorgeous "Perfect Club" hybrid sand wedge I told you about? Also, couldn't you have chosen a 14 degree, offset driver? ALMOST a perfect bag.......
    Haven't you seen his Lovett wedge?

    Are you saying the Perfect wedge is even better?

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    I definitley agree that Titleist forgings lack in the feel department. I have owned the 690CB's. Most Titleist are beautiful to look at though. I also agree that off therack Mizunos must be checked out before playing. My MP-33's were all out of spec when I had them checked.

    I have to throw in the Ben Hogan line, being that is what I play now. I wouldn't say they feel better than Mizunos, but they are right up there with them. Mizuno is #1. Hogan would be 1A. Hogans can be had dirt cheap now that they are seemingly being phased out by Callaway. What a shame. Shovel pushers are ruining a great product. I may buy a second set of Apex irons for the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi Player
    Haven't you seen his Lovett wedge?

    Are you saying the Perfect wedge is even better?
    Oh, I've seen it. Something this beautiful comes down to that warm, cuddly, subjective glow one feels when seeing a true work of art. In my opinion, it's even more spectacular than the F2 wedge, and then some........

    Here is the Lovett link: http://www.lovettgolf.com/
    Here is the Perfect Club link: http://www.theperfectclub.com/perfec...brid/index.asp
    By contrast, the F2 wedge looks comparatively conventional: http://www.f2golf.com/technology.html

    You make the call.........
    Seldom right, never in doubt......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainkingjr
    I definitley agree that Titleist forgings lack in the feel department. I have owned the 690CB's. Most Titleist are beautiful to look at though. I also agree that off therack Mizunos must be checked out before playing. My MP-33's were all out of spec when I had them checked.

    I have to throw in the Ben Hogan line, being that is what I play now. I wouldn't say they feel better than Mizunos, but they are right up there with them. Mizuno is #1. Hogan would be 1A. Hogans can be had dirt cheap now that they are seemingly being phased out by Callaway. What a shame. Shovel pushers are ruining a great product. I may buy a second set of Apex irons for the future.
    Have you tried the current Callaway Tour (forged)? I didn't like them overall, but I thought the feel was really cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorkman53
    Oh, I've seen it. Something this beautiful comes down to that warm, cuddly, subjective glow one feels when seeing a true work of art. In my opinion, it's even more spectacular than the F2 wedge, and then some........

    Here is the Lovett link: http://www.lovettgolf.com/
    Here is the Perfect Club link: http://www.theperfectclub.com/perfec...brid/index.asp
    By contrast, the F2 wedge looks comparatively conventional: http://www.f2golf.com/technology.html

    You make the call.........
    Yeah you're right, the F2 looks relatively conventional compared to the other two.

    I'm not in the market for a new wedge but when my current setup wears out I'll know where to look for my next great wedge.

    Cheers Dorkman

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