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  1. Aldila NV 75 Stiff flex Shaft. Midsize Golf Pride Tour Velvet grip. $65.00 shipped OBO Scott
  2. Updated prices 5.27.18 Bettinardi Studio Stock 8 Putter. Ordered at 35", I cut it down to 34.25. Stock standard size grip. One small blemish on the back bumper, otherwise like new. $240.00/OBO Aldila NV 75S Taylor Made Driver Shaft with new Golf Pride Tour Velvet Midsize grip. Aftermarket adaptor for a M Series Driver. Will play at 45" installed. $50.00/OBO P2 Aware putter grips. One grip installed and used for one round then blown off. Like new. $22.00. One grip brand new still in the plastic. $25.00 Cleveland RTX 2.0 60* W sole wedge. Brand new in the plastic. $60.00 All prices
  3. Have Tendonitis on the inside of my elbow running down the inside of my forearm. (Golfers Elbow) Pain has become so bad when I play I finally went to the Dr's and was told I would need PT and 8 weeks off from golf. Bad time of the year for this. For anyone who has had golfers elbow what did you do to fix it? I want to do everything I can to get back to playing as fast as I can. Thanks.
  4. Have Tendonitis on the inside of my elbow running down the inside of my forearm. (Golfers Elbow) Pain has become so bad when I play I finally went to the Dr's and was told I would need PT and 8 weeks off from golf. Bad time of the year for this. For anyone who has had golfers elbow what did you do to fix it? I want to do everything I can to get back to playing as fast as I can. Thanks.
  5. The weights can from www.maximum-velocity.com. They sell all kinds of Tungsten weights for pinewood derby cars. I used a drill press to drill the holes in the back and planned to use Tungsten set screws for weight. Couldn't find the weighted set screws anywhere and finally called Machine to see if they would sell me some. They would but the price was crazy expensive. I think it was either $12.50 per screw. I talked to the owner of Machine (forget his name now) and he explained that he makes the screws himself from tungsten stock and they are really hard to make....which I understand due to
  6. Attached are photos of my winter project to restore and modernize a older Ping Magnesium Bronze putter. It didn't turn out perfect but for my first attempt I am happy with it. I sent the putter to Ping to be tumbled and have the sight line cut in it. When it returned I drilled and tapped the back of the putter and filled the holes with tungsten powder then added the tungsten to the face. Final weight is 347 grams. I really liked the feel of this putter when I used it in the 90's and am excited to try it again this weekend. From the back photo you can see that even after tumbling there is still
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