MSE Bombtech Wedge Review, Hogan Parmaker, Zach Axelton

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In this video I get a new 56 degree wedge from Sully at Bombtech, and then I check out the 1953 Ben Hogan Parmakers by MacGreggor. Finally, I get to play golf with my friend Zach Axelton who has cut 15 strokes off of his game since joining #TeamMSE!

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23 Responses to “MSE Bombtech Wedge Review, Hogan Parmaker, Zach Axelton”

  1. Danielsan says:


  2. Victor Elvidge says:

    Swing looking good´╗┐

  3. MD 18undapar says:

    Nice rounds´╗┐

  4. Jacob Streiff says:

    I agree the wedge does look nice and gives you the ability to paint it
    however you want´╗┐

  5. Dan Cowan says:

    Whats your handicap?´╗┐

  6. 3rdgroove says:

    Well Christo, the club did everything that you asked of it. “See if I can
    knock it close…” Next time you should pose a different question. LOL.
    Nice round.´╗┐

  7. Tony Rock says:

    Nice video Christo. Wedge looks great! Might consider Bombtech products
    when mine run their course.´╗┐

  8. CleverIdiot005 says:

    ball striking looks fantastic´╗┐

  9. oldschoolgolf says:

    Hi Christo, I think ’53 might have been the last year of the
    Hogan-MacGregor relationship, so this could be a significant set of sticks
    for a “collector”.
    Number 4 is a par 5 isn’t it ?´╗┐

  10. Michael Cooper says:

    One fundamental Hogan used was “the waggle”. I had really been struggling
    off the tee lately, hitting low, pull hooks or high, short pushes, which
    left me in the rough, with long approaches, even on the shortest par fours.
    Yesterday on the 1st hole I “waggled” a couple of times, to get in my mind
    how I wanted to strike the ball and wow, I striped my 3-wood 280 down the
    middle. And except for a couple of pushes later that were solidly struck
    and didn’t put me in trouble, I hit it off the tee better than I ever have
    and shot the lowest round of my life. The “waggle” will forever be part of
    my pre-shot routine!´╗┐

  11. slappy0077 says:

    I would pay money to watch Zach play tennis against my sister :-D´╗┐

  12. George Smith says:

    Hey Christo, ran across a great video of the 1964 US Open (great drama
    with Venturi winning an nearly having a heat stroke playing 36 holes on the
    final day in 100 degree heat). Venturi looks a lot like Hogan at this time
    walking around as a 33 year old in his Hogan style white hat. It marked
    the end of 36 hole final rounds.´╗┐

  13. Chabacano Maximus says:

    an off topic question for you: which model of hogan irons would you
    recommend to a mid to high handicapper? Thanks´╗┐

  14. Nathan Arrowsuch says:

    Where do we get that wedge from looks awesome !´╗┐

  15. Patrick Kaa says:

    Seems to have his tee low for his driver?? Powerfade maybe??´╗┐

  16. Ninja_Prime says:

    Hey Christo, love your videos as always, a question for you, if you haven’t
    already been asked this before, I’ve been using Mr Leadbetters “A” swing
    and I am getting great results on the driving range with it. There appears
    to be some similarities with Mr Hogans swing and grip, and the V plane that
    Mr Leadbetter talks about is similar to Mr Hogans magic move before he
    started his down-swing, Any views on this at all? It would be interesting
    to know your thoughts on this. Thanks in advance.´╗┐

  17. maxxsee says:

    Wow MUCH better vibe from just one day, you know what I’m talking about ­čÖé
    keep this up!! Loved the video!´╗┐

  18. Podge Bowers says:

    i enjoy the freedom especially since i left russia´╗┐

  19. Siouxpreme says:

    That’s a Beautiful SW!!´╗┐

  20. charly yoo says:

    Wondering what happens to your Scratch fitted SW?´╗┐

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