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  1. Negative. He has a black steel shaft with the paint flaking off. Looks a lot like the tpz putter shaft from TV land... I dont know how they could make an over the hosel putter shaft. The inner diameter is like a pin hole. Also cant use a counter weight grip like superstroke because the same reason on top...inner diameter too small!
  2. Man these have such great feel. I wish they had more options/heads....i gotten used to other looks. thinking of moving my newport 35 if anyone wants a jump on it...
  3. Oh and the headcover is not too impressive. Its Velcrow and just does not have a high quality look and feel to it... I am going to throw in a la golf one35 shaft in it and see how that does against some other putters to see if this makes the bag...
  4. Copper is my favorite face....anyone who has a T22 and the CC that can tell me how they compare? I like that with a firmer ball like prov1x or left dash this still feels great off the face. The weights are interesting, they milled out a bigger port and put much heavier weights in this version. Pulling cg lower and to the heel/toe more than previous scotty's with 10g weights in a 35"....
  5. Yep curious if you can use this off the deck or not or if you have to play a fade to get it in the air type of a club...I bet it's pretty good from the tee...
  6. Ping was better. I hit a few shots with the mizuno and they just did not work and the feel was not what I expected. Sold them. I like the 425 LST fairway (425 driver sucked). And the g410 standard fairways too....taylormade are hot and cold. Dont like the odd hot ball with TM. Tsi2 is good as well. My thoughts as if now....
  7. Interesting point of view. I prefer the 2020 bb1 and bb1f, best finish. Non glare. Feel distance control precision. Such a great putter for the price. I like the skinnier profile. Putter just works..
  8. I agree I feel like typically 60g shafts dont work well. Best shafts I have gamed have all been 72g-85g. In fact the last driver fitting I did, the fitter actually said, "you should never play anything lighter than 70g in your driver. And add 10g as you go up in your bag..." I am sure they work great for others, even pros, but me no bueno....
  9. How is the balance point on the 1k? VB is actually somewhat tip light....
  10. Any updates to the gen 3 T a year later. Are these worth getting now?
  11. Been waiting for these forever. Hopefully they tik all the boxes. I personally think they are hollow but that ping has improved the sound and feel over the i500. Maybe like a pxg 0311T... like if the iblade and i500 had a baby...right! Yeah I like that...
  12. Every shaft manufacturer including fujikura. But please enlighten us why .370 shafts are less expensive than .335 shafts IF they use the exact same material?...is something inaccurate about what I said? Not picking a fight here but its shaft building 101...
  13. In general......The exotic (lighter thinner stronger) carbon is necessary to build a sound consistent and durable 46" 60g-70g wood shaft. Because hybrids and irons are shorter and heavier weights. They can use cheaper heavier carbon in those shafts. They are pretty good at making them similar. But the wood shaft will be more flexible than the hybrid in the same label weight....
  14. Not saying it wouldn't work but some things you should note...the fairway/driver shafts play softer than the hybrid. For several reasons. 1st the wall thickness is much thicker on the hybrid. 2nd the shaft diameter on the bottom half is thinner on the fairway (335 v 370). 3rd At the same "label weight and then cut length" the hybrid has much more weight (and stiffness) due to original raw length 42 v 46... I would question the tip integrity if you basically are cutting and reducing the first few layers of carbon 360 degrees around the entire shaft...it may be prone to failure. maybe try a cheap shaft first?
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