It cant be "fake" it says Ventus on it and came from a reputable source.Ready to get the fake Ventus out and plug in this LINQ blue
It’s funny to me, and sadly expected.It cant be "fake" it says Ventus on it and came from a reputable source.
Seriously TM and Fujikura call it something else. Say it's based on the Ventus profile or something but this just felt scummy. At least previous times it had a different number on it so while close it was obvious at quick glance
I like my Mav Max 3+, but I’m not all in confident and comfortable.I'm with you on the looks too, @Jman . They get better from above with every new version.
On the actual performance side - I've had my 3W out a couple times now and it is exactly what I set it up for and hoped it would be. In calm conditions it can nearly replace my driver. Straight bombs. Sound as always is unique to them, but I like it. I can't work my setup (15* SIM - Hzrdus black 75 6.0) quite like I can my Mavrik combo, but I didn't plan to, and the SIM is longer. I think I might put a Riptide 70S on it just to do an exact side to side comparison, but I got exactly what I thought I would.
I’m excited to spend time with it. Loved the M5 last year until the OG took my heart. M6 was fun until it caved in.The sim fairways are super good. I am toying with the idea of a sim 5 would that is cut a little short and kind of a power 7 wood. I guess call it a 6 wood??
Great view from the top. The carbon fiber is awesome. And the face looks good too. Nice color combination. The sole looks like it was taken form a Dodge Polara or something... even though it;s not seen at address it's still there. I'd game the club don't get me wrong if it was free because I couldn't afford it.
Will look better with this in itGreat view from the top. The carbon fiber is awesome. And the face looks good too. Nice color combination. The sole looks like it was taken form a Dodge Polara or something... even though it;s not seen at address it's still there. I'd game the club don't get me wrong if it was free because I couldn't afford it.
Love the look of the Ti as well. I know the M5 Ti was a ton of fun to play, I’m sure that one is too. The Vsteel sole is a big reason I went Max, that and my guy Chandler nudged me this direction.@Jman
They’re pretty slick. Im impressed in hand.
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They're really not that different, visually. Just a little elongated on the Max. That little weight on the regular weighs almost nothing too. I'd love to see a 3D of where the CG is on both of them.
I have to admit, I think the steel shaft trend on some social accts in fairways and even drivers now is pretty dumb. There’s a reason we moved on from that.The feel/sound of the Sim Ti is improved over the M5. I had the M5 3 wood and it was very good, but left me wanting a bit better sound/feel. Had a thud like feel to me. The Sim Ti has more of a powerful acoustic to it. It is also very low spin, which is why I went with the 5 wood. I’m playing it at 42.5” ober length, as if it were a 4 wood.
Just a spectacular club tbh. I really have hit some fantastic shots that I normally struggle with being a shallow attack, low spin guy.
Lastly, I want to point out that the shaft is soooo key for me. With the stock shaft, i could not hit the club consistently. Luckily (and why I bought the club) I had two great shafts to test in it. I settled on the 80g. I would implore guys to consider or demo heavier fw shafts if you can. The extra weight has been sort of a revelation for me. Tbh, I’d love to try a steel shaft for fun.