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  1. I'm not sure the exclamation point was necessary, but will do.
  2. Gents, The first to respond purchased the head and it's sold.
  3. Gents, I'm looking to sell this RH Callaway Epic Max LS 9* head. I've used it for 3 rounds but looking to recoup some cost so I can go buy the speed as that fits me better. If I didn't tell you it was gamed, you wouldn't be able to tell. Head weight is 196 grams. Price is $old!
  4. > @RyanNoodles said: > > @Jmacgolf99 said: > > I have hit the 5 iron in the epic forged and it goes. I just got an X forged UI 3 iron which feels great. > > Do you notice any difference in distance between this two clubs? (They are both the same length and loft I believe) > > > Tough to say, I hit about 20 balls on the range with each (on the range). Why are you thinking about switching it up?
  5. I have hit the 5 iron in the epic forged and it goes. I just got an X forged UI 3 iron which feels great. I know it's not apples to apples but I would say the x forged UI is going to launch higher. I'm actually looking to re shaft mine. Does anyone know the bore depth of the Callaway X forged UI? Looking for shafts just want to make sure I don't pick up a used one that is too short.
  6. Gentlemen, I'm not exactly sure so I'm asking the experts here. I've done a little research but haven't found a solid answer. I'm probably going to pick up a shaft somewhere to put into and Epic head but I'm unsure of a couple of things. If the shaft is say 44.75" WITH the optifit adapter, what would the playing length of the club be in a GBB Epic? If the shaft was 44" WITHOUT the adapter, what would the playing lenth of the club be in a GBB Epic? Thank you in advance!
  7. Gentlemen, I need your input on deciding between to shafts in my 917 D3. The Speeder Pro Tour 64 Tour Spec vs The Speeder Evolution 661 Tour Spec. I have read all the stats and info that I can find. I want other people input on how the shafts performed for them. My current set up is a 915 D3 8.5 Fubuki Alpha 60X. This driver is great for me but I find the shaft to be a touch spinny. Moderate transition with a 110 ss. I just want to hear my fellow WRXer's thoughts on the differences between these two shafts. Thanks in advance!
  8. I play professionally. Doesn't adding 1" increase the SW by 6 points? That's a tremendous difference.
  9. Surely someone has some insight/suggestions... I was starting to look at just ordering another shaft but guess there are a few different butt/ tip diameters as well as weights. I have no idea what my Rife two-bar hybrid tour mallet is.
  10. I'm thinking about adding an inch to my putter with an extension. I don't do much club work myself but I had some questions before I went ahead with this. If I were just to get a steel shaft extension wouldn't the SW differ than if I were have the same putter but just 1" longer than it currently is? I'm thinking this because of the added material that goes down the shaft as well as the epoxy. Wouldn't the added weight to the grip end make the SW lighter than the same putter that came 34" instead of 33"? What about possibly using a graphite or plastic extension? I fear these would notice
  11. Well there are many shafts that "feel" better. Aldila NV, Voodoo, Blue Board, White Board, etc. Of course, a lot of it has to do with what head you have it in as well. I will be putting one in a 910 driver which I think made even the smooth feel of the Voodoo feel harsh. I have not swing the Fubuki K yet, supposedly that what they were trying to do when they created it, rid the harsh feel associated with a tip stiff shaft. Is there a noticeable difference though in ball flight between that and the Alpha? On their website it says generally it should launch a touch lower and spin a touc
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