Those look really good, reminiscent of Seamus but a fraction of the price. Do they have elastic inside?<br />
Bro I'm drooling over that alignment stick cover!<br />
How did you get the Fujikura pro 95 shaft in the Nike Vapor Fly Pro Irons? I am looking to do the same. That shaft is a parallel tip and the Nike hosel is tapered. Thanks!
If you ever sell those satin VR Pro's hit me up first<br />
I got the Mid Sur putter in and cleaned the head up. I polished up the face and sole to give it some shine. Last night I cut it down to 35", put a Flatso 1.0 on it, and updated all of the paint fill. I went with navy everywhere except for one spot of off-white on the "Mid Sur" sole engraving. Between the soft carbon head and the heavier head weight, this thing may work out just fine. It cleaned up pretty well. <br />
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where in Texas are you?<br />
Golf has been pretty good lately. only one course I have played has been really wet.<br />
As you guys probably saw, I was selected by GolfWRX and Fujikura for the "Fujikura Ventus Experience". Me, Endy, QuigleyDU, 4rheel, and Jagpilotohio all made the trip to sunny San Diego / Carlsbad, CA to meet the Fujikura team, get fit by Marshall Thompson, tour the Fujikura facility, play some golf, and spend some time getting to know all of the guys from Fujikura. We had an absolute blast. If you haven't already, go check out the Fujikura Ventus Experience trip thread HERE. I wrote up a rather long recap of my experience on the trip. It was too long to fit on one post, so there are 5 parts. I'll add the links to those posts here: PART 1 - PART 2 - PART 3 - PART 4 - PART 5
L to R: Austin (Fujikura), Sam (4rheel), Scott (Jagpilotohio), Jake (endy), Caleb (cvhookem63), Cody (QuigleyDU), Eric (Fujikura)
I was fit into a Fujikura Speeder 857 TR in X flex. This thing is as straight as they come. I can really go after it without fear of losing it right. It is in the bag to stay.
some sweet changes
I will take your pro 95 iron shafts when you go 115
I am always looking for long neck putters, and I had seen a few long neck Tour models of the TaylorMade Ghost putters from a while back. I set an ebay alert for them, and I finally found one at a decent price. I always hated the white finish on these because of the looks and how quickly the finish wears. The plan is to bead blast the head to get rid of the white finish and give it a matte silver finish. I ordered a milled aluminum insert from Spry Evo to replace the Pure Roll insert. I had thought about going with a milled copper insert, but this thing already has heavier 20g weights added so the copper insert would make it weigh too much. With the aluminum insert it will weigh around 375g. After I blast it, I plan to have a top line added to it.
I am putting well with my Scotty SB right now, but I am a sucker for a long neck putter, and this should be a fun project.
Here is the TaylorMade Ghost Tour DA-22
I have stripped the paint out and pulled out the 20g weights. Next step is removing the insert and then it will be ready for bead blasting.
Picked up a new 3 wood to test out. I wasn't really looking for a new 3 wood - I have my gamer Nike Vapor Fly and a Backup that looks identical, but I picked up this Tour Issue TaylorMade M2 Tour T3 Fairway for cheap. I picked up a couple of used Fuji Rombax P95x shafts a while back just for this purpose. I was looking at possibly an M5/M6 Rocket, but this will work as well. It weighs 220g - so a little more than my Nike VF (216g with adapter). The spec sticker is partially pulled off, but it looks like the loft is 13.8 and the lie angle is 60*.
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