Here's my recap.
I took three new pieces of equipment out for their first real golf.
DF60 in the driver: It's funny, I was bitching about how soft the BF is, but I think using that for three months has gotten me used to such an active mid and tip section that playing the DF felt stiff. The one thing I will say is that the flatter flight was a very welcomed sight, especially considering how windy my home track is.
PXG 0317x gen 2 hybrid: I pound this thing on the range, have it set to 56 degree lie angle and a little closed to suit my eye. I use this or a UDI on several short holes at my home course where there is water in play. I setup over a short par 4 that is lined with water on the left, and all I could think was "Don't chunk it and put a sandblast mark on the face." Great thought huh. I proceeded to hit the thinnest hybrid of my life. With the UDI it would have carried maybe 75 yards and rolled out, but the forgiveness of a hybrid head definitely kicked in and was playable. I'm a huge fan of that no pitch dense sound/feel at impact with all my woods so I'm really happy with that. And happy to report no ugly marks on this one.
Hi-Toe Tour issue: the funny thing about this head was that even though the whole face is raw, there are no milling marks on the face. When I was building it, we were scared that this head may be one of those reject heads that is designed to not spin too much for the tour guys. Yeah... it spins just fine, fresh grooves raw face, left a ton of my chips short because of a lot more check on that first hop than I was expecting. But I can live with that.
Score? Dogshit, but you already knew that.