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  1. Yes, the 105 is R, 115 is S, and 125 is X, all straight in. We then step up or down to get the desired flex at that weight. It’s pretty much a Rifle set up. The Accra guys are old Rifle guys from the Brunswick days, so it makes sense that they would do it this way. I would put the i115 between Modus 120 and PXLZ as far as feel.
  2. Considering that both the OEM and Aftermarket adapters are made in China, they could be made at the same factory.
  3. The Evo II was stock in the Mizuno 900 driver. Should be able to find some on the bay or used.
  4. I used the CMX fitting system for a while when it came out around 6 years ago. Ran into the issue with lefties right away. Not willing to invest in 2 of every shaft to be able to fit RH and LH.
  5. That is the original version of the non-pro Tensei Blue. Mitsubishi changed the color scheme a few months after release to avoid confusion.
  6. Can’t put a tee in it. Had to keep sliding it back and forth to get the down line camera angle to work right. Also, clients didn’t like hitting off center with drivers.
  7. Golf club margins are terrible! Head only accounts don’t really change the margin by much unless you are talking about a JDM head vs OEM head.
  8. Yes, the MMT shafts are VERY tip heavy. In our demo matrix, there is a 4 point difference between a SF95F4 and a MMT105 stiff in favor of the MMT. With a 268g 7 iron head, the sw moves from D1 to D5 between these 2 shafts.
  9. You can buy the adapter for these from Billy Bob’s. https://store.billybobsgolf.com/product/fitting-cart-sleeves-for-callaway-irons/
  10. Yes, they are the same as the driver and fairway wood weights.
  11. I’ve been on a tour van many times. They sand the adapters. The big difference on tour vans is if they use 5 min epoxy or 24 hour epoxy with an oven or heating element to accelerate the curing process.
  12. You can buy a Grafalloy Pro Launch Blue for about $35 new uncut. Just buy him a stiff.
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