I like it man. A 9:00 swing with my 9 iron is my stock 110 yard shot. It flies a little lower, but carries enough spin to stop quickly. For me, it's a much more consistent shot directionally and for distance than my other options.
I know it sounds funny, but I truly thought about a combo set with the 588's for that reason alone. I would have only wanted 9-PW as blades though. In the end, it didn't end up being necessary though. They CB's worked very well for that purpose.I like the sound of that. I have trouble with stuff like that with my 9 iron and PW now. I'm not sure why but I can do it easily with wedges. It makes me want a whole set of blades even though I know that would end badly lol.
There is a great ebay seller for grips. I think his name is zak and then a number or three afterwards. Good prices and he's always done me right.I'm pondering where to pick up an Iomic Putter grip for my mom.....I have seen them online for great prices, but I forget all the sites now...
I think I could handle blades up to a 7 or maybe 6. I'd love to try some out for a few rounds just to see.I know it sounds funny, but I truly thought about a combo set with the 588's for that reason alone. I would have only wanted 9-PW as blades though. In the end, it didn't end up being necessary though. They CB's worked very well for that purpose.
Why not a rangefinder?Pondering a few things. But my main ponder is something that will give me distances at the range. I want to know how far I am hitting my clubs. I can get something like the ES12 or something like the swingbyte. I want the distances to be accurate. Which way should I lean?
Ah okay. I thought you meant get yardages for your clubs. Not each individual shot. Do devices like the swingbyte give distance? I'd think your best and most accurate bet would be to try to find a portable LM for cheap. That would not be easy though.I want yardages for each shot. I don't want to have to guess which ball is mine out of 50 in the same area if that makes sense