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  1. Taylormade SIM 15 degree 3 wood (head only) with headcover. I bought this brand new and it has seen 1 round. This head is super hot and is a freaking rocket. It has created a large gap in between it and my next shorter club which is why I’m going back to a more traditional 3 wood. This head is in superb condition as is the included headcover. SOLD
  2. Depending on where you're at in Baltimore county, here are a couple options within an hour. Waverly Woods: nice grass range and good enough chipping area with a few practice bunkers Bulle Rock: nice grass range and nice short game area. Although, they did install mats in the short game area to preserve the turf. Mountain Branch: small grass range but they did just install the Toptracer range on their mat locations. Chipping area is non-existent, but they do have a big putting green. Blue Mash: nice grass range and nice chipping area, but is a little far from Balt C
  3. Would you be interested in splitting the head/shaft on the M5 driver? Am interested in the head.
  4. Personally, I'd love to have a fixed place to place my phone to record both DTL and face on shots. Carrying and deploying a tripod can be cumbersome. Also, most driving range stalls aren't wide enough to be able to take good face on videos so maybe a camera system that records and plays backs your swings. You could upcharge to use these bays, as well as providing access to the videos after they're done. Launch monitors would be a great idea either in limited stalls (with the cameras), or possibly a trackman range. Whereabouts are you thinking about making these changes? I'd be intereste
  5. Up for sale is a Scotty Cameron Select Golo 34" with Pisolini grip and headcover. I purchased this putter here back in 2016 and maybe used it for 2-3 rounds. A friend of mine had the exact same putter and it felt good when trying his, but I could never get the feel for it. Overall, it's in excellent shape (I would call it Like New, but with the threads about over using that term, let's call it "excellent"). There is some very minor sole wear as can be seen in the photos. Cameron Made to Play shaft band is still in good condition, although the specs have rubbed off I'm assuming (it was t
  6. Shot link is wrong...he was maybe 3 feet off the green to the right.
  7. Awesome, thanks for the info. Not as bad as I would've guessed.
  8. Anyone know how long it typically takes to play a round there? I'm on a tight schedule and may try to play it later this month, but didn't want to run out of light. Thanks in advance.
  9. What putter did Scott end up going with? His SG putting isn't very good today, but was curious what he ended up going with. Thanks.
  10. I've purchased both and the Slidebelt quality is very comparable to Nexbelt IMO. The buckle has good weight to it, and the leather has held up pretty well after several years of usage a couple times a week.
  11. TaylorMade Community username: isotopes-1 Current driver model / specs: Callaway XR-16 (9*) - Mitsu. KK Dual Core 70TX Current handicap: 9.1 RH or LH: RH Great contest, thanks for the chance.
  12. Black Graphite Design Tour AD-DI 7x shaft, Golf Pride MCC Plus4 Align grip, and Taylormade OEM adapter. The shaft is in excellent shape (see pics). Shaft (with adapter and grip) measures just under 44" (see pic), and I believe it plays to 45 1/4". No tipping from what I can tell. Shaft only price: $SOLD. PM me with any questions.
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