I think that the Teebird and TL count as two molds. The only reason people count them as one is because of the name. If they were given unique names no one would consider them to be the same mold. I also think that doesn't really matter. I think that having both a Teebird and a more workable driver in the stable control driver spot is a good idea as long as you can control the Teebird.pg043 wrote:So that's where I'm at. 7 driver molds if you count TL and Teebird as the same (which I do). It will be 6 molds when i choose between the Max and the Predator. 1 Midrange mold and 2 putter molds. Tell me what you think.
It's probably only stuff you'll see in high wind situations. The Pred will handle them better than the Max from what I understand. I don't have the arm or the environment to test that out myself, it's just me repeating what I've heard Blake say.pg043 wrote:What are the advantages of the Pred vs the Max?
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