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  1. Got 2 things for sale today (not looking for any trades at this time): 1. Kingston KP001 putter. It's carbon steel with an oilcan finish that is rusting up nicely. Paintfill has been removed, except for white sight dot. It has a milled face, very rounded bumpers, and a blank sole that is currently covered with lead tape (I'll remove that if it sells). The owner I bought it from sold it to me as just a hair shy of 350g headweight, though I have not verified that. It plays at 34," with a 69* lie angle and 4* loft (those are verified because I had it adjusted to those specs). It's got a stepped
  2. [quote name='mike_dmt' timestamp='1448343519' post='12638958'] Concerning the Tee 3 wood... What size shaft tip does it need? [/quote] .335
  3. Got a couple things for your consideration today. 1. Adams MB2 4-PW - These are the chrome ones, but they do have 5 plugs (not 7, like most of the chromed sets). They are shafted with KBS C-Taper shafts (S flex), and have pretty much brand new Winn Dri-Tac wrap oversize grips on them (probably played 5-10 rounds with them). These are standard length and loft, but play about 2* flat from Adams standards. As the pics show, the irons have a bit of wear. Beginnings of browning on the PW, and some chrome dulling on the 7 and 9. But the grooves, soles, and backs are all in very good shape. Really
  4. I've had multiple loft options of the Tour Edge CB4 for the last 4 years. At one point I had all of them. I still have the 13, the 15, and the 16.5. Which one (or two) I carry depends on the course I'm playing and what yardages I might need to hit on non-driver holes (as well as whether I'm likely to have to hit one off the deck on a hole or two). I got rid of the 18 eventually because it crept into the same distance slot as my hybrid, and the hybrid is more versatile for me. But yeah, I've definitely got a "rotation" of fairway woods.
  5. [quote name='JohnPaul' timestamp='1445137560' post='12471218'] is the 1w face balanced? [/quote] No, it's got a bit of toe hang.
  6. Got a few things that didn't work out for me and are up for sale: 1. Srixon Z745 9.5* driver - Very close to like new condition, with the exception of one ball mark high on the face along the topline. Barely noticeable, but it is there. Plays at 45" with the stock Kuro Kage 60g stiff shaft, though I changed the grip to a Winn DriTac wrap (oversize). Will come with wrench and weight kit, but no headcover. $125 shipped. 2. Callaway X2 Hot Pro 8.5* driver - This one is extremely clean. The grey/silver in the pics of the sole is lead tape, which I will remove if buyer wants me to. Plays just
  7. [quote name='Doink27' timestamp='1444003913' post='12410162'] Mizuno MP H4....blech Oxymoron...MP irons that are "game improvement"....horrible [/quote] All day. I have (and like) the 3 iron as a hybrid replacement, and decided that it was a great idea to get the whole set on a reduced price off of ebay this spring--upgraded C-Taper shafts and all. First brand new set of irons I'd bought since I was about 15 years old. Think I may have ended up playing them 5 times total before going back to my CMBs. Didn't look good in the bag, didn't look good behind the ball, and didn't feel like anyt
  8. It's actually rain gear, of all things. Makes no sense, I know.
  9. [quote name='Makuakane_Bear' timestamp='1442348644' post='12318136'] Worth it: The clubs I got fitted for and the tournaments that forced me to reevaluate my bag composition. Not worth it: Every purchase where I tried to fit myself. Every single one of those clubs were traded and/or sold. Such a waste... [/quote] I had the exact opposite experience. Biggest waste: the $200 driver fitting plus full boat for the new Ping i25 I got fit for at that fitting. Only time I've ever bought a driver new, and probably just about the worst driver I ever had. Lasted a week before I went back to my "
  10. [quote name='jt2gt' timestamp='1442066320' post='12303598'] [quote name='sgniwder99' timestamp='1442003049' post='12300886'] A couple of weeks ago I got caught in a heavy rain for the last couple of holes of my round. Forgetting that I had an oilcan-type finish on my putter, I threw my clubs in the trunk wet after the round and didn't think about them again until I got them out to play the next day (gotta love summer). When I pulled the cover off the putter, I had a bit of a surprise waiting for me--one I ended up liking. [/quote] Love this...pics are great. Does the oxidation/rust effec
  11. [quote name='newportbeach' timestamp='1442003319' post='12300918'] Nice! I like that rusted look. Looks like a KP001 with some softened bumpers correct? [/quote] Yeah, I'm pretty sure (though I hadn't even heard of a KP001 before your post and had to look that up). I actually bought this off the BST this past winter. I didn't even know Kingston Putters then, but I wanted a DH-style putter, and fell in love with the finish and rounded bumpers on this when I saw the ad. I could be wrong, but I think it MIGHT be this guy right here (if not, it looked just like this pre-rust): [url="https:
  12. A couple of weeks ago I got caught in a heavy rain for the last couple of holes of my round. Forgetting that I had an oilcan-type finish on my putter, I threw my clubs in the trunk wet after the round and didn't think about them again until I got them out to play the next day (gotta love summer). When I pulled the cover off the putter, I had a bit of a surprise waiting for me--one I ended up liking. [attachment=2950272:KP1 Cavity.jpg] [attachment=2950274:KP1 Face.jpg]
  13. Suppose it depends on whether you consider the MP H4 4 an iron or a hybrid.
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