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  1. Thanks, appreciate this advice. Can see the sense in this.
  2. Very odd. I didn’t put any pictures in my post. Weird
  3. I have a TaylorMade Burner driver, 2009. It has the stock regular REAX Superfast 49g shaft which I cut down the tip to 45” a few years ago. I’m no expert as you will read from this, but like finding enjoyment playing and tinkering with clubs now and again. I am much happier playing it this length rather than the original 46.25” (I think). I’m more consistent with it, sometimes it goes further, but it’s definitely straighter. The more I play it though it feels very light and wispy now. My question is would I benefit/enjoy from replacing it with an aftermarket shaft? Still regular
  4. Thanks for your response. Helpful indeed. wonder if they are as good as regular market TaylorMade wedges?!
  5. Hi. Rookie question. does anyone know how old this type of TaylorMade RAC wedge is? I haven’t seen this design before and can’t find a picture with its production year. thanks in advance
  6. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faggot_(food) (i*windows you got there first)
  7. imakaveli Thanks for posting your pictures. Looks great, would like to have been there but work prevailed. Really nice to read your perspective on the event.
  8. Thanks, appreciate the response, sounds wiser than second guessing on ebay! Cheers.
  9. I use regular shaft in a Taylormade Burner Driver and regular in my irons. I was wondering, that as I tend to hit these plenty high enough, I would like a reliable tee club for keeping the ball low, would a stiff shaft 3 wood be useful?? Yes my swing has off days and if I wasn't swinging well I'd probably avoid the stiffer shaft, but thought it might be useful for driving on windy days, and also for gradually upgrading to a full set with stiff shafts. I hit my driver reliably high and 215-240 yds. Is this a daft idea or something you've tried? Thanks.
  10. Regarding grip weight and swing weight, does adding a heavier grip increase or decrease the swing weight? If I want to re-grip a lightweight driver (Burner), should I use a similar light grip or will a regular weight type not make a noticeable effect? Thanks
  11. Nice set. Can you tell me about the Ci11 irons and maybe what you compared them with before choosing them? I would like to try those or the Ci9s. Thanks.
  12. [quote name='ksgolfcoach' timestamp='1362784316' post='6573847'] [quote name='drumon' timestamp='1362783179' post='6573745'] I'm trying this with 4 or 5 iron, and its getting lower but I wouldn't call it a STINGer yet. Its definitely a shot I would like to be able to use more. Is this shot possible with driver? When I've tried it just spins and climbs. I would have thought it would work ok with driver having lowest loft?? Am I misunderstanding the shot? [/quote] To hit a "stinger" you need to dramatically lower the dynamic loft through impact. In the simplest terms if you get the dy
  13. I'm trying this with 4 or 5 iron, and its getting lower but I wouldn't call it a STINGer yet. Its definitely a shot I would like to be able to use more. Is this shot possible with driver? When I've tried it just spins and climbs. I would have thought it would work ok with driver having lowest loft?? Am I misunderstanding the shot?
  14. [quote name='Ranger Rick' timestamp='1350062076' post='5785639'] Back on topic, the last update was end of August. Any more news about the book? Also will it be an eBook too? [/quote] An ebook would be great.
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