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GBB Epic review(s)

IrishGolfer

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I was at the range last night and the pro was in the bay beside me. We got chatting and it turns out he is a Callaway dude. Anyways he let me hit his driver and fairway.

Driver - GBB Epic - set to 12 degrees with a Project-X-hzrdus-yellow X-flex
I don't have the SS for this, but nonetheless, I hit it well. It is for players with a smooth transition, and that's me. It felt very solid, probably flew a little low for me. Set-up looked lovely. I'd be happy gaming this in stiff.

3 wood - GBB Epic Fairway Wood 15 degrees with 2 shafts. The first was a Aldila Rogue Max 85.
It felt quite heavy and after a few hits he swapped it out for a Project-X-hzrdus-yellow S-flex in 65g. This was more like it (I guess I like a lighter shaft). Hit this well, a different feel than the M2, but nice flight. Again I'd be happy gaming this. A nice looking club that delivers.

He then hit my 2017 M2 3 wood. He hadn't hit the newer model before and was surprised. He killed three shots in a row.

My takeaway is I'm happy with the M2 but would easily transition to the Callaway. I'd love to see the numbers, but my guess there would be little in it.
 
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one_chip_short

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Epic is getting good reviews ... but at $499 I have to wait ... its not worth a few extra yards (an assumption on my part), especially since I am not a long ball hitter to start with.
 

subsonic

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It is Epic and has Jailbreak Technology!

There will be nothing earth shattering as long as the COR rule is .83
 

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