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Aug 25, 2022
The Acer XV HT’s are phenomenal. I’m by no means a good golfer. I played when I was young, but just picked up a club again after 20 years. Below 100 on 18 is a satisfactory day. I’ve never broken 90. I have never been able to hit a 4 iron, and have lacked confidence in my 5 and even 6 iron. No more! I took these clubs out for the first time, and after two tries walloped my 4 iron off the tee for a solid 210. I hit about 15 more balls and 12 of them were just as solid. Then I moved to the grass, and after 1 swing where I just tried to hard, I let the club do the work and voila. Straight, high, and long. I’m not sold on hybrids, and so wanted to give these a try. Glad I did. I ordered the HT in 4, 5, and 6 iron. 7 and 8 in the standard XV. And 9 and PW in the pro. I’m happy with my choice. I would have been just as happy with the 9 and PW in the standard as well.

I also changed my order, and added to my order 3 times. Monark was very accommodating where they could be. This is a good business!

The standard stepped Apollo shafts stiff are perfect for me. They aren’t super stiff, and actually feel a lot better when I swing easy. If I would change one thing on my order it would be to order jumbo grips. I went with the Rexton midsize v-line. They are fine, but I ordered a chipper with the jumbo and that just feels better. It’s not that the midsize are wrongly sized; they just don’t have the padding that dri tacs do. If you want a larger grip, I’d say go with the jumbo. Although I’m not changing these until they need it, because the V lines are just fine.

Advantages: Looks, they really do boost trajectory, you don’t have to hit them hard.

Disadvantages: I can’t think of any
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Gregg Parvin about  Syntec Ultra-65 Graphite Wood Shafts:
Feb 28, 2018
another great syntec shaft. I have used these on epic, soolong and acer drivers and woods. I could not be happier with product.

Advantages: improved strikes across all woods and drivers. great value and look.

Disadvantages: none.
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Apr 6, 2021
I love a low profile club, and this Quadratic ll
is just what I wanted. I've actually made 3 or
4 of these clubs, including their fairway
metals, and they couldn't be better for my game!

Advantages: I'm 82 years old, so I don't hit the ball very far; I find that the low trajectory of this low profile club, gives me a lot more roll and is better into the wind too!

Disadvantages: None, I love it!
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Aug 25, 2022
I just received the Ultimate Thriver today and went right to the range. I’ve never owned a 460cc club before. This thing is gold! I didn’t know I had a nice fade! Tee the ball so that half the ball is above the top of the Thriver face, swing smooth and easy, and enjoy! Pretty to look at, too. And the length gives the feeling of control. 43.5 inches was great for me. I’m 5’ 9.5”. I went with the midsize Rexton v line grips. I would change them to jumbo if I had a do over. However, I don’t plan on changing them until they wear out, as they fee just fine.

Advantages: Really nice looking club, but face, great sound, the feel is fantastic as long as you make decent contact, consistent.

Disadvantages: Maybe distance. First time out, I was hitting between 240 and 260, with one ball about 280. I typically hit my weird 10.5 degree Synchron 2 between 260 and 275. I’m thinking learning curve, but it’s possible that I’ve lost a few yards. I would not go back, however!
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raymond hurley about  T-7 Twin Engine Black Mallet Putter Head:
Apr 6, 2021
Great putter head. Easy to put together and has a nice feel while putting.
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Jan 8, 2022
great headcover!!!
I get a lot of compliments on it.
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Aug 25, 2022
I haven’t golfed much for the last 20 years. I could never really hit woods. Then the Adam’s tight lies clubs came out, and I bought clones. Synchron II. When I picked up my clubs this year after two decades away, I still enjoyed these clones, so much so that I was reluctant to purchase the Acer XV fairway wood. But I glad I took the chance. It took two balls off the tee to convert me, then three more from the grass. After 7 balls, I put the club away confident that I can hit it from just about anywhere. From a tee, tee it up low and hit down on it. From the grass, just hit down on the ball. I purchased the 18 degree 5 wood. I easily was hitting the ball between 215 and 225. Nice smooth swing. BOOM. I went with Acer shaft stiff. Order a head cover. Really nice. No regrets.

Advantages: Really nice looking club, low center of gravity, standard length is great (I’m 5’ 9.5”).

Disadvantages: Nothing about the club. I wish I would have ordered the Rexton jumbo grip. Went with the midsize. Won’t change them, but just slightly disappointed.
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