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Kyle Berkshire signs with Cobra/Puma – GolfWRXers react

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In our forums, our members have been reacting to the news that World Long Drive Champion Kyle Berkshire is now a Cobra/Puma athlete. Berkshire was previously a Callaway staffer and now looks set to use Cobra’s RadSpeed driver for the foreseeable future. 

Speaking on signing with Cobra/Puma, Berkshire revealed his excitement and re-emphasized his ambition to make an impact in the professional game. (He even learned Bryson DeChambeau’s putting technique very effectively recently)

“Excited to announce I’m officially a part of the Cobra and Puma family! Looking forward to being with this team as I pursue my goals in both long drive and pro golf.”

 

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Here are a few posts from our members reacting to the news, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • PureStrikes54: “Guy has more social media followers than almost anyone in the entire OWGR top 25, youtube channel already one of the largest in golf and growing, Bryson constantly doing collaborations, and tons of PGA tour swing coaches analyzing his move on their socials as well. Great move by Cobra/Puma. If they can flip even a small percentage of Callaway/Taylormade loyalists or make inroads with the younger generation that recently started playing, the deal pays for itself in spades.”
  • PixlPutterman: “He shot +2 on an 8200 yard course with a lip out on 18. Dudes a stud.”
  • RobotDoctor: “Will Kyle Berkshire make it to the PGA Tour and, if so survive? Hard to tell. The state of his current game, I say no. However, I have seen him improve quite a bit in the past year while he has been attempting to improve. His putting is definitely better since working with Bryson. Berkshire is still a little wild with his driver at times, but he has great game. I am pulling for him to make it and succeed on the PGA Tour. He seems like a terrific person.”

Entire Thread: “World Long Drive champ Kyle Berkshire signs with Cobra/Puma”

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Coolest thing for sale in the GolfWRX Classifieds (04/01/21): Cobra F9 Tour 5-wood

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At GolfWRX, we love golf, plain and simple.

We are a community of like-minded individuals that all experience and express our enjoyment of the game in many ways. It’s that sense of community that drives day-to-day interactions in the forums on topics that range from best driver to what marker you use to mark your ball. It even allows us to share another thing, including equipment or, in this case, a top-ranked 3-wood.

Currently, in our GolfWRX buy/sell/trade (BST) forum, there is a listing for Cobra F9 Tour 5-wood, which happens to be a fairway wood with a cult following.

To check out the full listing in our BST forum, head through the link: Spring Cleanout – Cobra F9 Tour 17.5 and more

This is the most impressive current listing from the GolfWRX BST, and if you are curious about the rules to participate in the BST Forum you can check them out here: GolfWRX BST Rules

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Abraham Ancer WITB 2021 (April)

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  • Abraham Ancer’s what’s in the bag accurate as of the Valero Texas Open. 

Driver: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond LS (8.5 @7.5 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Blue 60 TX

3-wood: TaylorMade SIM2 Max
Shaft: Project X Evenflow Riptide 70 X

5-wood: TaylorMade M2 (18 degrees)
Shaft: Matrix VLCT St 105

Utility: Srixon ZX (4-iron, 23 degrees)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Chemical MMT

Irons: Miura TC-201 (5-PW)
Shafts: Mitsubishi MMT 105 TX

Wedges: Miura HB-10 (52), Artisan Prototype (56, 60 degrees)
Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold S400

Putter: Odyssey White Hot No. 5 Stroke Lab

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x

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Club fitting 101: How to prepare for a fitting

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For many golfers, regardless of skill, a club fitting is a foreign experience. So, with that in mind, we have teamed up with Club Champion to break down the dos and don’ts of making sure you can be prepared for your next fitting.

Whether it’s for a single part of your bag or your whole set, being prepared will allow you to get the most from your fitting and allow you to enjoy the experience.

GolfWRX: When it comes to preparation, what should a golfer expect heading into their fitting?

Club Champion:

  • It’s very important to remember that any fitting is going to require you to hit a lot of balls, so plan accordingly. You will be making a lot more full swings than you do during a round of golf so beyond your normal routine, we don’t suggest you hit two jumbo buckets at the range the day before.
  • Be prepared to hit some clubs you might not have thought about trying before, either from a brand or set makeup perspective. You will have a lot of options available, so expect to branch out from clubs you already have in the bag if you’re looking for a true fitting. The best marketing does not always equal the best club for you.
  • Have a budget in mind. No one likes to talk about money, but it is imperative that your fitter understands your budget, so he/she can work within it.
  • Understand that custom/premium clubs take longer than a stock set. Hand-building your clubs to the tightest tolerances is a more meticulous process than purchasing clubs built by an assembly line, so understand that awesome things come to those who are willing to wait a bit longer.

GolfWRX: What should a golfer bring to their fitting from an equipment perspective?
Club Champion:
  • Even if you aren’t getting fit for a full set of clubs, you should bring the full bag, it’s nice to have access to everything for any testing and potential gapping.
  • We always welcome a golfer to bring their preferred golf ball, but it is not required.

GolfWRX: What should a golfer bring as far as items beyond just their equipment?

Club Champion:

  • A glove if you use one—It’s the one thing many golfers forget to bring.
  • Comfortable clothing and athletic shoes. We recommend golf shoes, but comfort and function are up to each golfer, and if that means sneakers, by all means, wear them.
  • Water and snacks. We do provide refreshments to customers, but everyone has their own preferences, and if you have a preferred “in-round” snack that is ideal.

GolfWRX: Leading up to their fitting is there anything you recommend a golfer doesn’t do?

Club Champion:

  • We never suggest anyone plan a fitting for a busy day or a day when they have a tight schedule. We want each golfer to feel relaxed and focused on their fitting.
  • Don’t get bogged down or overwhelmed by research and online reviews. The numbers during your fitting are ultimately going to be the deciding factor, and the most important decision about any club going into your bag should be yours.

GolfWRX: Is there any other specific advice for golfers that are preparing for a club fitting?

Club Champion:

  • Know your goals. “Game improvement” is great, but that means different things to different people. If you want more distance, make sure your fitter knows that. Tighter dispersion, fewer three-putts, whatever it is, make sure to communicate it to your fitter so they can help you achieve your specific goals.
  • Be ready to have your preconceived notions about fittings blown away. Modern fittings are about technology and data, and there is a lot of information to help you see results.
  • Last but not least, understand that you don’t have to buy new clubs. Generally, newer equipment is going to have a higher success rate, but at the end of the day, you get to make the call on budgets and what you’re looking to do. You can keep your clubheads and swap in new shafts. You can keep your entire set and just adjust small things like loft/lie. Performance is our number one priority, but we can pivot if you know you aren’t looking for a complete overhaul at the moment.
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