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  1. I haven't played the PX shafts in so long I can't really say. Sorry I can't be more helpful.
  2. Here are a few items up for sale. Prices include shipping to the ConUS east of the Mississippi; add $10 west. I will likely ship everything via FedEx since the USPS is pretty horrible these days. I will ship within 3 business days of receiving payment. I will not hold items. Payment is expected within 1 hour of commitment to buy. NO TRADES AT THIS TIME. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Low-ball offer will not get a response. 1) PXG Gen3 0311 4-PW - 4, 5, and 6 are 0311P; 7-PW are 0311T. Shafted w
  3. So they are 1” shorter than standard length. This has nothing to do with tipping.
  4. Srixon XV in yellow, pre spin skin.
  5. Are the C-Taper lite shafts .355 or .370? I've never heard of tipping .355 steel shafts as standard procedure for an OEM, and .370 shafts are tipped progressively. Can you elaborate on this? Do you mean the tips are prepped 1"?
  6. The course where I work part-time is open but the range is closed. The range doesn't drain nearly as well as the course (which doesn't drain great) so when we get tons of rain, as we have over the past two months, this happens quite often. The range balls just plug when its this wet, sometimes 2-3 inches deep, making it almost impossible to pick the range. I used to be the "I need to hit a small bucket before my round" guy, but over the years I don't really need to. I often play better when I start off cold. I think it keeps me from over swinging, resulting in better accuracy.
  7. I have way too much stuff so here are a few items offered for sale. Prices include shipping east of the Mississippi; add $10 west. Trade interest - Vokey SM8 56-S and 60-S, Ping G425 Max driver. 1) TaylorMade P7MC 4-P - Project X 6.0 soft-stepped 1 time. Standard length, loft and lie. Lamkin cord grips. Clubs are in great condition with only a few round on them. $950 SOLD!!! 2) TaylorMade Black Milled Grind 2 wedges - 50/09 is 35.5" and D4. 54/11 is 35.25" and D5. Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400 shafts with Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360 grips. These are in gr
  8. Only pull an adapter from a shaft with a shaft puller. I've seen people try to pull adapters without using a shaft puller and the results are always the same - the tip is either over-heated and the graphite resin breaks down, or the tip is under-heated and the person doing the work attempts to "twist" the adapter to remove it. Either results in catastrophic damage or tip failure. There is also the consideration of swing-weight. The heads may be different weights, the shafts may be different lengths and the the bottom of bore to ground (BBTG) measurements may be dif
  9. "Is PXG equipment really that good?" is such a subjective questions. You could insert any OEM name in that sentence and get the same discussion. I've owned PXG in every club and the only thing I still own is the irons. I've been playing them for about 2 years and they are great irons. However, they are currently being tested against the PING i210 and TM P7MC. As good as the PXGs are for me, there's something missing with them I can't quite put my finger on. I had the Gen 1 driver, fairway, hybrid and putter for a while. They were just ok to me, nothing special. I
  10. I just bought a set of heads and built a set to try out. Weather and other factors will likely keep me from hitting them for another 2-3 weeks. I’ll come back and offer my thoughts. I’ve been playing PXG 0311T Gen 1 irons for a couple of years and was testing a set of the new TM P7MC before the cold weather dropped. The i210 are slightly larger than the 0311T and definitely beefier than the P7MC (which are fairly small and blade-like in size) with more offset in the long irons than both the others.
  11. The ball has been discussed in several posts in this thread, and I agree its the most difficult piece of equipment to change. There may be a non-retail Chrome Soft or Chrome Soft X that can replace his current ball.
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