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  1. Thanks guys, I have not had a chance to “test drive” the Srixon’s....
  2. Let me know if you have any questions about the Srixon Driver. It is BRAND NEW and in the plastic but it there is a ball dimple in the plastic on the face, so I'll say that it is NEW OTHER or LIKE NEW or MINT (basically whatever you would like to call it) the pictures should describe it. * SRIXON Z 785 Driver * Fuji Atmos Tour Spec 7x shaft from the factory * Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Black grip * Factory OEM HeadCover * everything still in the plastic Would like to have ___ including shipping to US locals, open to reasonable offers, no trades at this time...
  3. You need a "security torx" bit to tighten it up. If I remember correctly it's a 20. This is different than the screw that changes the head/shaft screw (thank you TaylorMade for not being consistent). Head into your local HD, Lowe's, ACE, etc and you will find what you need...
  4. Ping WRX department then, let them make a recommendation for you. Otherwise, find THE shaft that fits your swing closest. I don't have any experience with Aerotech shafts but I would think a hybrid graphite shaft would a better solution because of weight. You should be able to find a Aldila Rogue pulls for around $50 or less and it's a much better shaft then the NV. The Pro-Launch shafts are good and I've heard really good things about AXE shafts from GolfWorks. You can find a UST Proforce shafts for cheap as well and they have a bend profile very similar to the AD DI.. I would ask Ping
  5. Lightweight steel for Ping Eye 2s always seems like a match to me. Try to find a ZZ Lite shaft or just call Ping cust serve and they will guide you on what might work best in lieu of the Aerotechs. Have you tried the DG Pro in the long irons? If not, give them an honest chance because they are great shafts for $25...
  6. The only thing I would ask you is this: How will you feel if you don't buy them? There are some "luxuries" that one cannot put a price on, for whatever the reason. Clubs from a by-gone era count for nostalgia. If they mean that much to you, your wife will understand. If you're checking a box on a "punch-list" however, then you might have some "essplaining" to do. One poster said is the $160 the difference in your marriage? Probably not. But, is the mindless spending on something you don't really need or want worth the aggravation from the "accountant"? Choose you battles, a once
  7. Play my M2 at 44.5" with a 8-gram weight in the head. I'm 6' with golf shoes on... No doubt longer length shafts go further BUT only if you consistently make center contact. Contact is king in the distance department.
  8. They should hold onto the them, no reason to fix what isn't broken, the "M" family is a great installment of the TaylorMade line. That and the reality that they are in fact - FOR SALE...
  9. To RELY on is one thing, to forego the Driver in favor of a 3-wood is another. The OP is missing a part of the game that will (in time) make him better. I agree, once you have a GREAT 3-wood you hold onto it. THE POINT is that a 3-wood is a great tool but it does not ALWAYS replace a driver...
  10. +1 on the T-MBs. The T-MB are the AP1 and AP2 Frankenstein. Don't give up on the 6 from the CBs though, they are just really that good...
  11. For me, I think the 3-wood is a "cop-out" to golf (YES,I'm speaking to you Henrik Stenson although you did win the Open but you did use a driver effectively - - HINT/HINT). The Driver is a Love/Hate relationship and all of them must be female because they are SOO temperamental, and they have attitudes, and they require work, and they have periods, and they only open-up when you grip them lightly. BUT, the payoff highly outweighs the 3-banger in the satisfaction department. The mastery and dedication it takes to solve a driver makes your whole game better because it makes you think and make
  12. It is interesting. Lately many of the LPGA players seem to be "customizing" the length of their drivers long. So they can choke up. As to be a better driver of the ball. It's all in your approach to the game. Choking up on the drive seems to be a legit play these days... LPGA gals have smaller hands and likely prefer the smaller taper of the grip. Whatever the length that allows you to make proper/center contact every time is the answer. This is what will give you the best opportunity for direction and distance...
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