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  1. [quote name='vinny809' timestamp='1335285397' post='4781030'] LOL, I've seen a guy once carry all 14 of his clubs in his hands. He was not speed golfing and did not have a bag or cart. I mean if you're just going to carry 6 clubs, just hold it in your hands maybe bring a fanny pack like others suggested. [/quote] I think carrying your clubs in your hands would only be practical with 3 clubs max. Otherwise, every time you set the clubs down to take a shot, you'll look like a yard sale all over the fairway. And the grips would get soaked. Adding in a handful of golf balls and tees, and ne
  2. [quote name='GadgetGuy' timestamp='1335280626' post='4780568'] Here's the latest: [list=1][*]There is a large Speed Golf event planned for this October in Bandon, OR. Rumor has it that a "new bag" will be released in time for that event. Again, I'm awaiting details.[/list][/quote] I just got an email from Speedgolf legend Christopher Smith. He is the one designing the "new bag" and is working directly with a Chinese manufacturer. He expects to have the new bag available in October at the Bandon event, and then for sale through his website afterwards.
  3. Here's a cheap stand bag, capable of holding a half set. I'm not crazy about parts of it - like the permanently-attached top cover. But it might be exactly what you're looking for to take you around a Pitch-n-Putt. http://a99golf.net/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=79
  4. Here's the latest: [list=1][*]I've succeeded in reaching one of the guys at Seamus Golf, a company that advocates the sport of Speed Golf[*]The bags in the pictures were made by Sun Mountain. It was a custom batch, manufactured several years ago. There may still be a few in existence; I am waiting to hear back from a couple of people. If available, the price is apparently less than a "normal" SM bag[*]There is a large Speed Golf event planned for this October in Bandon, OR. Rumor has it that a "new bag" will be released in time for that event. Again, I'm awaiting details.[/list]In the event t
  5. [quote] This guy made his own: [url="http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/object/article?f=/c/a/2010/09/20/DD1K1EH7RI.DTL&object=%2Fc%2Fpictures%2F2010%2F09%2F17%2Fdd-obsession0920_0502061136.jpg"]http://www.sfgate.co..._0502061136.jpg[/url] [/quote] The fanny pack is a deal breaker!!!
  6. [quote name='duffer888' timestamp='1334339187' post='4715528'] Probably DIY. [/quote] I dunno. Unless all of these pics from the speedgolfinternational website are from a group of friends taking turns snapping pics with the same bag, it looks like there's some boutique bag maker. [attachment=1117144:Bag2.jpg][attachment=1117138:Bag3.jpg][attachment=1117140:Bag4.jpg][attachment=1117142:Bag5.jpg] I've sent an email to the guy who runs the speedgolf website.
  7. Here's a picture of the bag. [attachment=1117122:Bag.jpg]
  8. I'm getting into speed golf (jogging around the course, carrying 6 clubs). On all the YouTube footage I've seen (e.g., Christopher Smith), the speed golfers are usually using a stand bag that looks like a skeleton of a typical stand bag. It can hold 5 or 6 clubs max. And it has no shoulder strap - they just grab the portion of the bag that's right under the collar, and take off running. I've searched for an hour, but can't figure out where to buy these bags. Can someone hook me up with a product name or a link?
  9. [quote name='Phelpz' timestamp='1308884896' post='3331562'] Yes it does have a smaller headcover, would post picture but my dad has the putter in Brisbane [/quote] Thanks very much. Do you recall if the back of the cover says "itsy bitsy" or "AGSI"?
  10. I need to buy a replacement headcover for a heel-shafted Itsy Bitsy Spider. Does the IBS have a different (and smaller) headcover than the original Spider? Does the OEM headcover look like this? http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Taylor-Made-Spider-itsy-bitsy-golf-putter-cover-/400220097653?pt=UK_Sporting_Goods_Golf_Accessories&hash=item5d2efa0c75 Or does it say "Itsy Bitsy" on the back? Lastly, if there is only 1 OEM headcover that fits both the IBS as well as the original Spider, does that mean that the headcover will be loose and floppy on the IBS?
  11. Hi everyone, I've been a lurker on golfwrx up to this point, but I've been on eBay since the 90s. My ebay username is "sbyun" and I have 100% feedback with a score of 603. [url="http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=sbyun&ftab=AllFeedback"]http://feedback.ebay...tab=AllFeedback[/url] I bought the wedges last week from an eBay seller, but he had them incorrectly listed as the Chrome model when actually they were the Oil Can. Here was one of the 3 listings: [url="http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=150438677143&ssPageName=ADME:X:RTQ:US
  12. I've got 3 2 brand new, never hit Vokey Spin Milled Oil Can wedges. The plastic wrapper is still on the grips and 2 1 of the heads, and all of the original shaft stickers (including the explanation of the Oil Can finish) are still in place. Shaft is the Titleist Dynamic Gold S300, and the grips are Titleist black rubber. $100 each, including shipping in the CONUS. PayPal preferred. THE 60.07 WEDGE HAS BEEN SOLD Also for sale is a used Adams Idea Pro Gold Hybrid, #3 (20*). The club was only used for 2 rounds. This has the Matrix Ozik Altus shaft, stiff flex, in perfect condition. New
  13. It's not the formula, but what do you think about this website-based swingweight calculator I found? http://www.leaderboard.com/SWINGWEIGHT
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