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  1. I just did this one for my 10 year old son. He’s a 13-14 handicap and I always tell him to thump the ground as hard as he can and hear the thump. Here is dad’s reminder…I’m currently grinding my own raw blank irons so I’ll post those when I’m finished as well
  2. Those look fantastic. I’m sure the super deep face LTDX is tour only but that looks like a mean B*****!!!
  3. mogc60

    Sub 70 Clubs

    The entire country has seen 15-60% cost increases the past two years. Were we thinking Sub70 was immune to it?
  4. I’ll be doing more stamping later on the toe area but I stamped all my kids names today. I’ll post more once I’m finished
  5. Thank you so much for your tips and process you use. I’ve done a little stamping but not much and I just stamped some irons I’m grinding today and your using double sided tape on the stamp area is fantastic. Makes keeping the stamp in place and previewing location so easy. Cheers
  6. It’s most likely the ferrule and the epoxy creaking. Don’t skip on the epoxy under the ferrule. I’ve also found if there is no epoxy between the ferrule and hosel creaking never happens
  7. I used this JB 58 most of the year last year and it’s a great wedge. The grind is perfect for all shots and the feel is awesome. I’m in the process of grinding my own raw blank wedges so I just stamped this for some practice and am going to shaft it up for my 10 year old son (13 Hdcp) It’s on par with any major oem wedge. I used vokey for years and several Taylor models. For the money it’s very hard to beat
  8. At the end of the day though, every shaft manufacturer is basically the same now. They realize the TX is a whole different level and it’s not so much a material difference as it is the amount of the material and where it’s enhanced to create those shafts. I honestly wish they had those options when I swung it 120+. Back then you’d have to board out an X and lose all feel for the sake of stability. Not the case now. They do come at a cost though
  9. TM has used so many Adams innovations since the acquisition. There is a reason they bought them. Inertia generator, velocity slot, sole designs on hybrids and face tech.
  10. Just the tip, see how it feels. You can call Taylormade and change your shaft choice, I did on mine
  11. Definitely! They own the driver and fairway market and could be totally snobbish about it but it seems they’ve taken a different approach. Engage and help make golf cool. The YouTube videos Trottie and others do just add to it
  12. I pulled the trigger on raw blanks too over the holidays. Should be here in the next few days. I’ve always wanted to do this and have had some grinding experiences on wedges and my irons so it should be fun. I have a very clear picture of what I want to create and hoping to combine the best features of several of my favorite irons ever into one set. Been going crazy ordering sanding belts and discs, stamps, g paint, dremel attachments and I’m going with a plum brown finish so ordered that too. Getting pumped to start
  13. In theory, your fitting will be most accurate with a ball most similar to what you use on the course. I prefer to see my ballflight. Outdoors is my preference and honestly I don’t swing the same in a box indoors. I don’t know why but it takes me 20 swings to get comfortable indoors. Either way is great but I prefer to see the ball flight and compare that visual to the numbers
  14. I used a Radspeed most of last year, but had an orig Sim as well. I loved the Radspeed driver but always on the hunt for better performance. I’ve converted all my favorite shafts to TM adapters so really hoping to dial in the Stealth+ quickly
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