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  1. Looking for Trues in size 10.5. Newer models only (OG, Major, Knit, Eco Knit).
  2. Up for sale is the wedges I’ve used for the past year. They didn’t get used a ton, maybe 10 rounds and as many trips to the range. Overall they are in great condition. They are completely standard. I purchased them new but they just aren’t for me. The ferrule on the 58 has lifted a little bit. $170 shipped Only trades are a Cleveland RTX4 58.06 low bounce or a Srixon U65/85 23*. **50** **54** **58**
  3. Need to sell something before the wife finds out I just bought new wedges. Will add $5 for shipping east of the Mississippi. 1) Project X Hzrdus Yellow 6.5, Callaway TIp and Lamkin UTX grip. Bought this shaft brand new, took to the range once and knew it was to stout for me. Pictures should speak for themselves. SOLD 2) Project X Hzrdus Yellow 6.0, Callaway Tip and Callaway NDMC grip. Also bought this one brand new, I played this 6.0 for about 10 rounds until I decided these shafts weren’t for me. Pictures should speak for themselves. SOLD 3) Matrix Altus Hybrid shaft, stiff f
  4. I've had my Callaway xhot pro 17* in the bag for about 2 years now. I know when the driver is acting up the club will keep me in play. I've never been a 3 wood player either. Having that added loft was always important for me. Hence my Callaway GBB Epic which is set to 11* and then my 4 wood at 17*.
  5. Just put a set in my bag and I'm so glad I did. The profile was a little smaller than my Adams CB1 and Titleist AP2 and had me worried a little bit but they are surprisingly really easy to hit and unbelievably soft.
  6. I'm still playing the Adams A12 Pro hybrid in 20*. I did have a love affair with the Pig Anser hybrid in 20* for about a year but ended up coming back to the Adams. The Adams has their stock Matrix in X-Stiff and it does the job. Easy to hit, nice mid ball flight (for me) and a fairly compact head.
  7. It's time to move out some of the extras and failed experiments. NO TRADES at this time. 1.Callaway Big Bertha Driver, 9.5 degrees with a stock Fubuki ZT60 in extra stiff. Plays standard. No head cover or wrench. $100 $85 2. Ping Redwood D66, Plays to 34", its shafted with a KBS Black Wedge Shaft and has a Super Stroke Mid Slim 2.0 grip. Comes is the Ping Man Headcover. $125 $100 3. Mizuno MP-30 set 4-PW, shafted with KBS Tour stiff and gripped with Lamkin X10 in standard size. Most wear in on the PW, its the only iron which has developed browning on the face. 5 iron plays
  8. [quote name='freddy1682' timestamp='1449330687' post='12683934'] Do you have a top line pic of the redwood by chance? [/quote] Yes I do. I can upload one. [quote name='JohnPaul' timestamp='1449335504' post='12684142'] Thats not a Great Big Bertha, Just a normal one [/quote] whoops, thank you.
  9. Need to move a few extras that no longer serve me any purpose. Shipping included to lower 48 states and NO TRADES. 2014 Callaway Big Bertha - 9* head with a Mitsubishi Rayon Fubuki ZT60 x5ct in X -Stiff. Gripped with the standard White/Blue Golf Pride New Decade with the chevron logo. I purchased this slightly used without a wrench or head cover. Overall this club is in great condition with only one paint chip on the sole and a clean face. $90 Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ 60x5ct in X-Stiff. Has a Callaway adapter on it and gripped with a standard Golf Pride Tour Velvet. $60 Ping
  10. Titleist 905r 9.5* with a Aldila Rip Beta 60x. I've been playing the Titleist 905r for the last 4 years. After a number of adjustable drivers and constant tinkering I wanted something with a traditional pear head shape and without the adjustability. I'm currently on the edge about trying new offerings to see if I can improve on that part of my game but I have so much confidence in my driver that I'm scared to test anything else. Nike and Callaway have really looked good for the last two years so maybe I'll try something from them. However the 905 is consistent and I know that I can find mys
  11. I've been playing the Golo 5 for just two months now but I love it. Coming from a Ping Redwood D66 it's has less two hang and obviously is larger in general but it's been a great change. I really feel like I'm much more confident in my 5-10 foot putts. I think it's got some serious potential of sticking around.
  12. Some Mizuno JPX-825 Pros in Stiff, Thanks RBG! [url="http://www.rockbottomgolf.com/mizuno-golf-jpx-825-pro-irons-steel.html#_ga=1.53718056.1468994029.1405523382"]http://www.rockbottomgolf.com/mizuno-golf-jpx-825-pro-irons-steel.html#_ga=1.53718056.1468994029.1405523382[/url]
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