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  1. > @fixed_gear said: > > @jvincent said: > > If you hit your old 7i on the course at the same time as your new one do you still have the same distance gap? > > Yes, it's the same distance gap. Not only with the 7i but with all of them. I generally take two more clubs than I used to use on the same hole. > Have u actually taken both sets out to the course to verify that you still hit your Adams irons 2 full clubs farther than the new srixon irons ? It doesnt matter how far you hit the adams at one time... It matters how far you hit them today/now. If ????
  2. I carry a 46 pw, 50 gap, 54 sw and a 60 bent to 59 as a lob. You have 8 deg between your pw and sw. Maybe replace the 48 with a 50/52
  3. I see what you are talking about. Im sure there are tolerances like most golf equip, but the one one the left def looks quite a bit more crooked or bent. Try it and see how you hit it ? You could swap with the one on the rt if it bothers you. Cant say ive seen that much bend ! Keep us posted.
  4. All adapters are crooked. If they were perfectly straight there wouldnt be any adjustability.
  5. > @Booker said: > I own both heads , the 430 sldr and 460 spin less than the ltd pro. Also look at m1 430 and the biocell pro head. Good call on the Bio Cell Pro! One of the lowest spinning driver heads i have ever hit. Better hit it solid or it will fall out of the sky like a medicine ball!
  6. I have the sigma 2 ZB and love the putter, but the grip actually moves a little bit. Does anyone know if the ZB uses a flare-tip .382 shaft? I have a black 370 shaft i would like to put in it but have not had them side by side and pretty sure it needs a .382 shaft. Thank you. Tim
  7. > @drumdude96 said: > > @RSinSG said: > > > @BiggErn said: > > > You don’t need an air compressor > > > > No you don’t, but it makes the job a lot easier. When you can get a cheap one for around $50 why wouldn’t you if you’re going to be doing this as a hobby? > > > > Name one guy on tour who uses blown-on grips. Tape and solvent is the best and most secure way to install grips, hands down. Yes, an air compressor is a very handy tool to have in a club repair shop, but it shouldn't have anything to do with installing grips. I co
  8. I assume you are talking about graphite iron shafts? If steel u either need to ream( which i would never do) or just get .355 shafts. Since im pretty sure u are talking about graphite.... Its extremely easy to do yourself. Just take a utillity knife and scrape a little bit off. Keep it uniform. You will be shocked at how little you will have to take off. Dry fit anf epoxy them in. So easy a caveman could do it!
  9. > @spring7 said: > i loved my SF95's until i got some Recoil 95's, both are great, but i give up nothing with the Recoils and i have zero elbow/wrist pain. I agree with this 100%. Im a +2 and only play about once a week. The recoils pretty much eleviated my tedonitis. You would prob see a big dif with about any other shaft. Px (steel shaft)is hard on elbows!
  10. When i ride i take my driver headcover off and throw it in the basket until #18 or parking lot. Looks like an iron hit it when putting it back in your bag? Disregard this theory if u put your driver hc on after every tee shot!
  11. This grip is amazing! Ordered it late last week and it arrived in just a couple of days. I went with the S1 kit which is perfectly square and it feels awesome! Ive always been an iomic guy, but the rubber on the sense grip is even better. Installing the grip and SAW were a breeze. I have the 20 gram right where my right hand goes on the putter. I might not that the packaging was as good as ive seen! Great product that will get very popular in my opinion.
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