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Date Posted: 12:16:10 08/13/20 Thu
Author: Richard Treloar
Subject: Re: Blackstone Irons and Driver Review
In reply to: Richard 's message, "Blackstone Irons and Driver Review" on 09:13:26 08/09/20 Sun

Update to my review: after 3 1/2 rounds I continue to like these irons and driver. Today out 14 swings with the driver only one was out of play. Consistency continues to improve with the irons and I am hitting more greens in regulation. However, my chipping has always been solid, but today I gave up four strokes in chipping, hit behind the ball with three of them and bladed one across the green. Can't figure it out. Trying to maintain the ball in the center of my stance, whereas I used to place inside my right foot. I have read the information in tips section, but it just tells me to keep the ball in the center of my stance and use the same swing but shorter. Whats the secret to chipping with these clubs?

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[> [> Re: Blackstone Irons and Driver Review -- David Lake, 07:36:12 08/15/20 Sat


We really appreciate your review. As far as chipping goes, go ahead and use your former ball position and set-up. This goes for sand play as well. The info for playing our irons pertains to fairway play and half to full approach shots. For specialty shots use the methods you are used to and comfortable with.

David Lake

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