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The best golf classifieds online are on GolfWRX. Buy and sell your gear safe and free!

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Looking to buy or sell golf gear? Looking for a deal? Look no further. GolfWRX has the largest free golf classifieds on the web. Over one million unique visitors come the GolfWRX and many look to buy/sell/trade their gear. It will take you a little time to get to understand the format, but once you get the feel for it you can appreciate the pure format where golfers come looking for a deal.

It is easy. You can look at all the listings with no registration, but once you want to ask a seller question or make an offer you will have to be a registered user. It is free, but you have to register so our team can verify your email.

To recap the process

  1. Look all you want as a guest.
  2. Once you want to make an offer or ask a question registration is free and easy. (Register here)
  3. Find an item in a post you want and send a message the seller to make an offer.
  4. Lots of rules if you want to start selling stuff. Read them on the classifieds page.

Very simply put it is our intent to create a “safe haven” to buy, sell and trade equipment for personal use. We wanted to restore honor and integrity to a badly tainted tour equipment marketplace Our buy/sell/trade section is tightly managed, and there are rules that need to be followed.

Click the link and see the best and largest Golf Classifieds on the net!

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  1. ButchT

    Jan 18, 2019 at 2:37 pm

    Don’t you have to have a minimum number of posts as a member before you can list something to sell or trade?

  2. CaoNiMa

    Jan 14, 2019 at 3:09 am

    You mean the junk stuff that’s supposed to have worked because it was supposed to have been the greatest thing made for the guy who got suckered into buying it in the first place? lol

  3. wisienski

    Jan 13, 2019 at 8:25 pm

    simply the best place to buy gear and the best price. Free for sellers as well. The sellers here sell some serious good and well built gear. WRX does a good job filtering out the slime as well.

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In-hand look: New Mizuno JPX 919 Hot Metal Pro irons

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Building off of the massive success of the totally revamped JPX series over the last three years including a couple major victories with the JPX 900 Tour model. Mizuno is expanding the JPX options and again blurring the line between game improvement and players clubs with the introduction of the highly anticipated JPX 919 Hot Metal Pro.

What gets lost in the discussion with Mizuno and the JPX line is the original Hot Metal 900 was the best-selling iron for Mizuno in the 900 line up by quite a large margin and helped take back some relatively big market share from other OEMs in the category. When you take into account that for the majority or recreational (and even avid golfers) breaking 100 is a challenge, it’s easy to see how game improvement clubs make up the majority of on course and fitting studio sales, & for a brand like Mizuno so closely associated with the PGA Tour and lower handicap players that was a big step forward in consumer perception.

The JPX 919 Hot Metal Pro fits into the line up for the aspiring player looking for both ball speed and an enhanced appearance from the top line. Along first impression along side my MP 18 blade its easy to see how this club could find its way into the hands of even the most ascetically picky golfer.

MP 18 Blade ( Left ) vs Hot Metal Pro ( Right ) – 6 irons

Sole comparison MP 18 Blade to Hot Metal Pro

The technology story comes from the combining of all the technology from the JPX 919 Hot Metal line including:

  • Proprietary chromoly 4140M to increase face strength, flex, & speed – while still allow for lie loft adjustments
  • One Piece cupped geometry for improved feedback
  • Re-engineered ribs in the cavity to improve acoustics
  • Stability frame undercut to push mass to the furthest perimeters for maximum forgiveness

…all this now in a profile typically only seen in a “players cavity iron”

From a technical and fitting stand point, the specs of the JPX 919 Hot Metal Pros are an exact match to the standard 919 Hot Metals in regards to the lies and lofts. This makes it the perfect club to either combo into the short irons or, for those looking to add some forgiveness into the longer irons by combo-ing with either the forged of tour models in the shorter irons. This transition will be equally easy since the offset is inline to the offset numbers with the JPX 919 Tours.

The best way to describe the target golfer for this is either a better player with moderate clubhead speed that needs more ball speed and higher launch to help hold more greens, the aspiring mid-handicapper looking to move into an iron that has a “players” profile while still offering forgiveness, or the golfer looking to combo a long iron replacement to compliment the rest of their set.

Even into the shorter irons, the Hot Metal Pros are a sight to been seen, obviously there is no mistaking this club for a pure blade but you will be hard pressed to find a pitching wedge packed with this much technology in a shape that is both confidence inspiring and player preferred. There is also a matching 50-degree gap wedge to match the set and make the transition to traditional wedges easier.

From address MP 18 vs Hot Metal Pro

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New Scotty Cameron Phantom X Putters: “The most high tech putter line we’ve designed to date”

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Scotty Cameron has unveiled the new Phantom X Putters, a collection of nine new modern mallets.

The new Phantom X line offers players with a variety of new mallet setups built around a mix of five head styles, with multiple shaft bend and alignment options. Each Phantom X model incorporates multi-material construction featuring precision milled solid aluminum faces integrated with 303 stainless steel heads which is designed to maximize MOI while dampening unwanted vibration.

According to the company, the new Scotty Cameron Phantom X Putters are slightly more compact than their Futura predecessors and feature ground-hugging contours that angle away from the player with the aim of providing the player with confidence at address. While the aluminum and steel components are engineered to provide optimal shape and weight distribution.

The Phantom X Putters feature multiple alignment options, including continuous lines from the leading edge all the way back; simple sight dots; raised or stepped down flanges; and wider or “vanishing” toplines. These alignment features have been accentuated with longer, racing-inspired lines and triple-milled sight dots highlighted in neon yellow paint which aims to help players to frame the golf ball at address.

Speaking on the latest additions, master craftsman Scotty Cameron stated

“Phantom X is by far the most high tech putter line we’ve designed to date. This product is so much faster looking, and taken to the next level, that it needed a new name. It’s a major leap in performance. We’ve designed a variety of flange setups, alignment options and shaft bends to offer mallet players more models to choose from.”

“I was inspired by Tour players who’ve asked for slightly smaller profiles with more alignment options and solid face construction. The engineering has been ramped up to an entirely new level to bring this brand new line to life. Phantom X is the ultimate lineup for mallet players.”

The new mallet putters feature three shaft options – low-bend, mid-bend and straight –offering players options tailored towards their preferred amount of toe flow.

Phantom X models with “.5” in the name (i.e., 5.5, 7.5 and 8.5) have a shorter, low-bend shaft configuration with one shaft of offset for more toe flow which looks to promote an arc in the putting stroke. The Phantom X 5, 6, 7, 8 and 12 models, meanwhile, have a slightly taller, mid-bend shaft for a near-face balanced setup which aims to produce less toe flow than the .5 models. The Phantom X 6STR has a straight shaft with zero offset.

Here is a rundown of the nine new Phantom X models:

  • Phantom X 5: Wingback mallet with a single mid-bend shaft and aluminum face anodized in black that extends back into the stepped down flange, framed by stainless steel. The putter features three milled topline sight dots painted neon yellow and framed with polished aluminum which aims to provide a simple but effective alignment to the sweet spot.
  • Phantom X 5.5: Identical in shape to the Phantom X 5, the 5.5 has a lower shaft bend that aims to offer players enhanced toe flow while still creating an arc in the stroke. 
  • Phantom X 6: A face balanced mallet with a single mid-bend shaft which features two long neon yellow sight lines milled into the stepped down flange, framing three milled sight dots on the black anodized topline with the purpose of offering clear alignment cues. The putter includes customizable sole weights, which aims to increase MOI and stability through the stroke.
  • Phantom X 6STR: Constructed without a spud and with zero offset, the straight shafted 6STR is designed to produce face balanced performance while containing a clean and minimalist look at address. The topline sight dots of the Phantom X 6STR are neon yellow which in conjunction with the extended neon yellow sight lines in the stepped down flange, aims to provide easy alignment.
  • Phantom X 7: With a single mid-bend-shafted, near-face balanced setup, the Phantom X 7 features a heel-to-toe tapered aluminum face that is sculpted into a raised centre flange, for a continuous, connected surface from the leading edge all the way back. Featuring angular stainless steel components, and framed by stepped down, the Phantom X 7 looks to provide the benefits of long flange sight lines with a semi-traditional topline for easy horizontal and vertical alignment at setup. Also available for left-handers.
  • Phantom X 7.5: Features a single low-bend shaft which aims to promote enhanced toe flow with forgiveness. The putter also employs a raised center flange offering a continuous, connected surface accented with neon yellow alignment cues from the leading edge through the back flange, Also available for left-handers.
  • Phantom X 8: A near-face balanced mallet with a single mid-bend shaft. Milled sight dots and neon yellow sight lines frame the golf ball in a design which looks to provide players with a seamless alignment without distractions.
  • Phantom X 8.5: Differing from the Phantom X 8 only in shaft bend length and increased toe hang, the Phantom X 8.5 features a sculpted flange from the putter’s leading edge through the back flange with a single low-bend shaft which aims to promote a slightly arced putting stroke.
  • Phantom X 12: Featuring swept-back wings milled from 303 stainless steel, this near-face balanced, high-MOI mallet with a single mid-bend shaft is accented with neon yellow sight cues. Described by the company as “the ultimate in technology, stability and forgiveness.”

Each new Phantom X putter features stability weighting with two, customizable stainless steel heel-toe weights and stepless steel shafts. The Phantom X line also debuts the new Pistolero Plus grip in cement gray with gloss black paint fill. The Pistolero Plus is a modified Pistolero grip which features a thicker, less tapered right (low) hand, that according to the company, combines the performance and feel of a rubber Pistolero-style grip with a slightly built up feel perfectly suited to mallet putters.

The Phantom X putters will be available worldwide on April 5 and cost $429.

 

 

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Titleist to release Vokey SM7 Wedges in Slate Blue finish

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Titleist has announced that its Vokey SM7 wedges are to be released in a Slate Blue finish from January 31.

The new finish on the SM7 Slate Blue wedges is applied like a standard PVD finish, but according to the company, the finish contains a unique material and involves a time-intensive process, the combination of which provides a finish that will possess maximum durability.

Speaking on the addition of the State Blue finish to the SM7 wedge range, master craftsman Bob Vokey stated

“Very often wedge finishes can be beautiful, but they won’t last. At the same time, the most durable finishes often aren’t stunning. Slate Blue combines the two. Not only will golfers love their wedge when they see it in the shop, the finish will last through the course of normal play.”

As with all of the Vokey SM7 range, the State Blue is available in 23 loft, bounce, and grind options for both right and left-handers.

The stock set-up for the Vokey SM7 State Blue features a Nippon Modus3 125 shaft and custom BV Wings New Decade Multi-Compound Black Grip. However, the wedges will also be available for customization on Vokey.com.

The Vokey SM7 State Blue hits retail stores on January 31 and will cost $199.99.

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