-302s are the best irons ever made
-G25 is the easiest driver to hit on the market. If you can't get over the head shape the I25 looks a lot better. Its super low spin but harder to hit consistently, plug and play with my current shaft so apples to apples. I didn't see it going any further on the course so the G25 is still in. I also didn't think the racing stripes ever lined up correct to my eye.
-After a bunch of testing I have replaced the 56* sm4 M grind with a black 56.S SM5. Thought I'd order a K but after a few rounds with a demo I had to go with what works. S grind is fantastic for someone that keeps it pretty square while chipping.
-The SLDR mini is as advertised on here in terms of playability off the deck. I'm a good player but struggle hitting it high, no problem with the 14 or 16 off turf. It did however seem to spin a lot, I was hoping for something that would be really long off the turf but its more for someone who uses 3 wood from the tee and doesn't like the shallow face 3 woods. Extremely straight IMO, solid club.
Bag is solid, down to ~1 on the season so far. Playing a ton and enjoying a CC membership for the first time. Still trying to break through in competitive golf and shoot those low rounds on unfamiliar courses, lots of 33-35 at my club but nothing in ~5 away tourney rounds. Heading up to play Forest Dunes and Kingsley with some other WRX pimps this upcoming weekend, will update with a few changes I hope to have done by then. DJ is finally going in the 3 wood and I'm hoping to get my hands on a DI 6X before the trip to try out. Wouldn't be right to show up to a WRX outing and not be putting something new in play right? Last year I brought 2 sets of irons and had epons pulled up on ebay after a range session before round 1!