Adam Scott’s Driver Shaft

Remember yesterday when I was talking about David Toms’ ever-changing bag? Well here is what the Golf Channel is saying he has in his bag… it is pretty close to SirPuttsAlot’s list. Cleveland Launcher 460 COMP, Cleveland Launcher COMP 3 wood, Cleveland Quadpro 5 wood, Cleveland TA6 3 iron, Cleveland CG2 irons, Cleveland 588 and CG10 wedges, Scotty Cameron putter, ProV1 ball. This will probably change next week… if it hasn’t already!

An email today from someone asking about Cleveland TA7 Tour irons. These have recently taken a dive in price… they are not in the line anymore. I am guessing that Cleveland figures that they have too many “players” irons now…. the CG1 and the CG2. The TA7’s are still in the line and will stay there for most of the summer… before eventually being replaced by the CG4’s. The TA7 Tour is an awesome iron for the price now! Check it out if you are after a “players” iron… but do it fast cause they are selling out in a hurry!

I also had an email asking about Adam Scott’s driver shaft. I have mentioned it before but don’t mind answering the question again. Scott is currently using a UST Proforce prototype shaft in his Titleist driver. Thanks for the email!

I hit the new Tommy Armour Morph irons today. They are ok I guess… not great… but ok. They will be a good price point club for someone that wants a bigger brand name without the big price tag. I just found them to be a bit clunky. The Morph irons feature a combination of three types or irons… some undercut cavity backs, some normal cavity backs and a few blades. I also had a good chat with my Tommy Armour guy. The company has really trimmed down it’s line in an attempt to get back on solid footing. The Morph is the only iron in the line this year (although the 845C, 845M and 845CM were still on the price list). Probably a good idea to streamline while rebuilding. It sounds like the company has righted the ship… this year may be a bit weak for them but I see a bright future ahead!

Maxfli Golf has now officially unveiled the Black Max golf ball… although it isn’t up on their website yet. This ball is a replacement for the Revolution Tour and Maxfli hopes it can compete with the Titleist ProV1 and the Callaway HX Tour. That’s some pretty heavy competition!

Royal Precision shafts (Rifle shafts) had a one, two, three finish last weekend at the Accenture Match Play Championship.

Another Srixon staffer doing well… Karrie Webb won the Ladies European Tour’s ANZ Ladies Masters using Srixon irons, a Srixon golf ball and a Srixon driver. They have had a great season so far… Tim Clark has been their best player as of late.

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