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#76 hack2489

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Posted 24 June 2018 - 10:33 AM

The club feels a lot more stable in my hands but the funny thing is when i put a bad swing on it will still snap hook B)

Ball flight isn't as consistent as i remember when i was fitted. But i guess the difference is your banging ball after ball on the range with the same club. Out on the course you hit at best one drive a hole or every 3-5 shots or every 20 ish minutes.

 Did hit 3-4 good drives but also a few pull hooks. Anyhow more practice needed.

 

Really?

 

After ALL that money, and it's just like your old Driver! :o

 

Maybe, the one you got was the Friday build, or different spec's to the one used during the fitting. Did you get to test this new one out there, using the data, etc. side by side with the one used during the fitting? Maybe this new one is slightly off spec? :unsure:



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Posted 24 June 2018 - 01:03 PM

Really?

After ALL that money, and it's just like your old Driver! :o

Maybe, the one you got was the Friday build, or different spec's to the one used during the fitting. Did you get to test this new one out there, using the data, etc. side by side with the one used during the fitting? Maybe this new one is slightly off spec? :unsure:

Lol I’d say it’s more to do with my swing not being consistent like I said during the fitting your just hitting driver after driver and you get into a groove. They did say if your new club doesn’t perform like it did during the fitting they’ll organise to get you on track man somewhere and make sure your swinging the same as on the day of the fitting.
And your club gets built in Scottsdale in US and sent to you after fitting. That’s where Pure Form is good you go back when club is ready to test your actual club out to make sure it performs like it did during your fitting. Cool clubs will most likely do the same when there set up here permanently next year.
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Posted 24 June 2018 - 03:09 PM

Lol I’d say it’s more to do with my swing not being consistent like I said during the fitting your just hitting driver after driver and you get into a groove. They did say if your new club doesn’t perform like it did during the fitting they’ll organise to get you on track man somewhere and make sure your swinging the same as on the day of the fitting.
And your club gets built in Scottsdale in US and sent to you after fitting. That’s where Pure Form is good you go back when club is ready to test your actual club out to make sure it performs like it did during your fitting. Cool clubs will most likely do the same when there set up here permanently next year.

So, to summarise, your saying the players swing is more important than the club?
I’ll have to go away and think about that. Novel concept.
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Posted 24 June 2018 - 04:36 PM

So, to summarise, your saying the players swing is more important than the club?
I’ll have to go away and think about that. Novel concept.

a consistent swing helps
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Posted 24 June 2018 - 05:49 PM

give you $50 bucks for the club..you can keep the swing..


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Posted 25 June 2018 - 10:38 AM

Might even play around with the hossel settings this week


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Posted 19 September 2018 - 05:50 AM

Never seen anything like that! That's weird

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Posted 19 September 2018 - 04:32 PM

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Hi All,

I bought the rogue x irons and played my first game with them in June. I've had about 25 rounds with the clubs. They perform as expected, one to two clubs longer than my old set.

However there are lots of marks on the toes of the clubs, especially the wedges. there appears to be machining marks opposite the face grooves.

The young lad at the shop where I bought the irons took a photo and showed it to the Callaway Rep. 

The Rep said." has he been using a wire brush on them" !!!!!

Does have anyone know about this problem, and do you think I have a warranty claim?

The face of the club is also heavily marked!

(Should have stayed with TM Irons)

Were these marks there from brand new?



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Posted 19 September 2018 - 05:37 PM

No, they were perfect, these marks have become visible over the short period of time I've used them

The wedges show most marking on the toe, but all the irons have a varying degree of "stress marks" on them.

The wedges also show more marking in the middle of the face than the longer irons.

I'm going to go into the store at the weekend, and talk to the owner.

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Posted 20 September 2018 - 09:44 AM

No, they were perfect, these marks have become visible over the short period of time I've used them
The wedges show most marking on the toe, but all the irons have a varying degree of "stress marks" on them.
The wedges also show more marking in the middle of the face than the longer irons.
I'm going to go into the store at the weekend, and talk to the owner.
thanks


It looks like cleaning dirt or something of them has caused the marks
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Posted 20 September 2018 - 05:17 PM

It looks like cleaning dirt or something of them has caused the marks

 

I only wipe them with a wet / damp towel. 



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Posted 20 September 2018 - 05:37 PM

I only wipe them with a wet / damp towel.

I do that with my balls

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Posted 20 September 2018 - 08:42 PM

I'm no expert, no really, really no expert, but, it looks like something was in the grooves and has been dragged across the toe of the club. If that is a club fault it is going to be very difficult to prove.



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Posted 21 September 2018 - 02:16 PM

I'm no expert, no really, really no expert, but, it looks like something was in the grooves and has been dragged across the toe of the club. If that is a club fault it is going to be very difficult to prove.

It's on the whole set, Too a lesser degree on the longer irons.






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