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Date Posted: 09:57:23 06/29/18 Fri
Author: Mike Brock (New clubs)
Subject: Re: Changing clubs
In reply to: Mike Brock 's message, "Changing clubs" on 10:30:22 06/21/18 Thu

First day the rain has stopped long enough to go to the range. Had to hit off mats, which wasn't ideal. Love the way the clubs feel. Hit 9 iron and it felt good. I'm a ridiculously low trajectory with all clubs, but think I got a little more height with new 9. I also hit 5 iron just to see how it felt - not bad, but I need to figure out how to get more height/carry (with all my clubs). Driver was as good or better than my Callaway Epic. I can see it only improving.

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[> [> Re: Changing clubs -- Jeffrey Langham, 17:12:47 07/01/18 Sun

I highly suggest you look over David Lakes' tips on the website. It will help you understand how you have to swing differently (but funny enough though, the same for all clubs). I've seen many on this forum talk about the low trajectory of the 3 iron but I haven't seen that. I get good trajectory from all the irons. My buddies joked about it while I crushed a 3 iron 225 down the middle of the fairway.

Good luck with it. When you get it, you will wonder why everyone doesn't play with single length irons!

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[> [> [> Re: Changing clubs -- Mike Brock, 07:54:36 07/04/18 Wed

Thank you, Jeffrey. I'm not a very good golfer, didn't start until I was 52, now 67, but single length makes total sense to me. Thanks, again

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