Driver: Epic Flash SZ
3/5 Woods: Rogue
Irons: Epic Pro
Wedges: Taylormade - Hi toe
Putter: Toulon Palm Beach
Some of the Players Irons look so good. I'd love to try them one day.
Epic Flash 9.5* [Tour AD-IZ 7x]
Epic Flash Sub Zero 15* [Tour AD-IZ 7x]
Big Bertha 3H & 4H [Tour AD-DI 95 S]
Apex Pro '19 5-AW [DG Tour Issue 120 S-400]
MD4 56* S-Grind & PM Grind 60* [DG Tour Issue 120 S-400]
Odyssey Stroke Lab ONE
Chrome Soft X
I donít hate the looks. The price is another story. They do look good though.
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In My 2018 #TheGrandaddy Alpha Convoy cart bag:
Driver: Epic Flash
FW: Epic Flash 3wHybrids: Big Bertha 3/4/5 Recoil ZT9 F4
Irons: Big Bertha 6-AW Recoil ZT9 F4
Wedges: 2019 PM Grind 54į & 58į Recoil 95 F3Putter: Stroke Lab 2 Ball Fang
Ball: ERC Soft
Mmm, yeah, for that price I'd rather own 2 sets of @newlevelgolf irons. I'm definitely not in the PXG demographic.
XR16 Pro 9.0* Attas Coool 6S
Anser FW 14.5*
Anser Hybrid 20*
i200 4 - UW - Nippon Modus3 105
Glide Wedges, 54 SS and 58 SS
Original FGP Mallet
Snell MTB & QStar Tour
I heard a hour long interview with Parsons awhile back...he is entertaining Ill give you that...but if he is truly about what others have said above, then he should just charge 5K for a set and it would be even more exclusive am I right?...cause guys that can afford 3500 can afford 5000 too for most part...and pros certainly aren't paying for anything.
For guys like Parson its all about ego...and egos get stroked more when you see your name on clubs used by millions not 1000....jmo.
maybe even at 2000 I'd give them a shot.
Ping G400 10.0 Driver
Callaway Epic 3 wood
Ping G400 3, 4 Hybrid
TaylorMade p790 Recoil 95
Callaway MD4 50, 54, 60
Scotty Cameron Futura X7 Putter
Callaway Chrome Soft
Leupold GX 4i
I hope they preform better than the previous version for the folks who play them! I don't play them and don't expect too. I know there are haters out there like with everything else and I am not one cause I am not his target market with my funds/income and I am fine with that. As with anything there are higher priced items for everything. I don't drive a $50,000-90,000 car, mine is only about $15,000 and I am fine with that. :)
Now if I ever came into that kind of funds and was in the market to get new clubs, I would at least like to demo them to compare them to others before I made my purchase but that is just common sense to try all possible clubs that may fit your likeness/head style/game or whatever you want to call it.
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Team THP:In my Shadow Fuse or Alpha Convoy Grandaddy cart bag:
PhillyV (The AssCap), ArmyGolf, dacatalyst41, Shanewu, BlueHen2006, KEV, mpeterson, Boder, Phil75070, rogt, ttucliffhanger, dazeedmonds
Driver: EPIC Flash Sub Zero, Project X Smoke, 6.0
FW: EPIC Flash, Project X Smoke, 6.0
Hybrids: Apex 3h & 4h, PX Catalyst 6.0
Irons: Apex Forged '19, UST Recoil ZT9 460, F3
Wedges: 54* MD4 and 58* PM Grind 2.0, UST Recoil 95, F3 (tipped)
Putter: Toulon Memphis
Ball: Chrome Soft CS Truvis and ERC
There's no way I could ever afford a set but I would like to try them out someday. I think it would be interesting to see what that kind of money gets you compared to the other brands.
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In my Alpha Convoy Grandaddy Cart Bag
Driver: Epic Flash 10.5* w/ XT60
3 Wood: Epic Flash Sub Zero 15* w/ XT60
5 Wood: Epic Flash Sub Zero 18* w/ XT60
Hybrid: Apex 23* w/ 80HY
Irons: Apex Pro 5-AW w/ Modus 3 Tour 105
Wedges: 56* MD4, 60* PM Grind w/ Modus 3 Tour 120
Golf Ball: Chrome Soft X Triple Track
Their demographic wants them to be expensive. There are about 20 guys at my club that play them and $3,200 for a set is not that expensive compared to their other golf expenses that can easily add up to $20k per year.
White Hot Pro #7 385 gram
Epic SZ w/ Rogue 70 I/O Silver
Original One Mini 13.5* Rogue I/O Silver
XR16 Pro 4w Tour Green 75x
Srixon Z765 6-GW DG x100 AMT
Srixon Z565 5 iron
Titleist 503h 19*
Cleveland RTX3 60 MG
Cleveland RTX4 56
"It is what it is"
"If you fail to plan, you plan to fail"
I played 18 today and shot an 84, put some Gen2's in my hand I might shoot an 84. Nice clubs, but I'm obviously not the target consumer for these. It's not a matter of affording the clubs it's just being realistic.
Driver- G400 Max Alta 55/Ping Tour 65
Fairway- King F7 Pro 65
HYB- G400 19* Alta 70 R flex
Irons- CF16 5-PW Recoil F3
WedgeMIM 54* KBS HI-REV 2.0 125 S
Wedge-Milled Grind 56* Aerotech i95
Wedge- CBX 58* Aerotech i95
Wedge- Stealth 2.0SS AMT 2.0 wedge
Putter- TEI3 LS SS
I will never get past the screws, I have bins of them in the shop and do not want them on a golf club. The shear number of them just takes them over the top for me.
From those that have hit or play them, are they actually doing something for weight placement /adjustment or just for the look?
Callaway EPIC Flash SZ TD 9* GD AD BB 7X
Titleist TS2 15* PX Hzrdus Smoke 6.5
Titleist TS2 21* Fuji Atmos red 6X
Callaway EPIC Flash 11 wood Evenflow black 7X
Callaway CF19 APEX Pro 5-AW PX Catalyst 100 6.0
Titleist SM7 54* PX Catalyst 100 6.0
Titleist SM7 58* PX Catalyst 100 6.0
Evnroll ER5 Hatchback
Have a partial set of 0311 and a set of 0311XF in 5-PW -- happy I have the Gen 1 XF - less offset than Gen2 and plenty forgiving. If I were doing it again, I'd look at Rogue or another Callaway iron offering. Having played them for 3 seasons now, they are good irons, feel great, look great at address, but not the be all, end all.
If you buy them from a custom fitter, you will pay more than $400 per irons as a fitter will have better shaft options.
But the Gen 2 look great, epecially the P. But still, I'm not putting out $450 per iron for an excellent graphite shaft. $375 per was too much for the last 3 irons. Paid a lot less 3 yrs ago.
"It is good sportsmanship not to pick up lost balls while they are still rolling.Ē Mark Twain
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Driver: Ping G400 or Max 9/TPTGolf 17 LKP
Fairways: Tour Edge EX10 Beta 4, 5 wd; GD AD F 55 & 65
Hybrid: PXG 22 Hybrid CK Pro Red 70
Irons: Mizuno JPX919 Forged 5-GW/Accra 80i
Wedges: Titleist SM7 Raw HG 55M, 59D
Putter: (Evnroll ER8 To BOS), Bettinardi BB39
Aloha Golf has PXG irons and Iíve hit them several times. I donít have any hard data, but personally I thought they felt terrible. Obviously feel is totally subjective, but based on that alone there is no way Iíd game them. The Gen 2s look great for sure, and as far as the price goes, itís been said plenty, but Parsons knows what demographic heís targeting so good on him. I just know theyíre not for me!