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  1. [quote name='Gtnjgy' timestamp='1401182836' post='9372603'] Do tour players hit a reg shaft [/quote] I'm sure some on the Champions tour do.
  2. sorry to drag up a 3 year old thread, almost to the date, but to answer a lot of these peoples comments regarding, "why not just add lead tape..." have you guys seen these irons?? there is virtually no area on the back of the face to add any tape... at all.. just FYI..
  3. 6'2 and i use a 34, it feels plenty long.
  4. if you're fairly muscular you would definitely want heavier shafts. so go with steel. but as of flex, that depends on exactly how fast you do swing.
  5. i have almost the same specs as you and i went with a s instead of an x in a hybrid and it felt too soft. this was with a tour ad shaft tho.
  6. what are your iron specs? If you're 2 or 3 degrees upright in your irons, i would definitely say maybe 1 degree upright on your wedges, but no more than that.. depends on your feel with wedges.
  7. I have a couple things that have built up throughout the year. Now i'm ready to get rid of them.. Prices are with shipping included. Will ship out within 2 days VIA USPS, or FedEx. Trade interests for my shafts would be a tour ad BB 7s or DI 7s driver shaft with TM r1/sldr/stage 2 tip. 4-GW Nippon N.S Pro Modus 3 120 X flex shafts (GW is TX) - $180 (or trade for 3-pw nippon 950gh stiff shafts) 5 iron measures 36.5, so plays around 37.5 with the head. NO GRIPS, the clubs with grips need the grips to be replaced as well. RBZ TOUR 3 18.5 hybrid with TOUR AD DI 95s hybrid
  8. [quote name='Albatross85' timestamp='1393904216' post='8792551'] [quote name='pencilwhipper' timestamp='1393903860' post='8792501'] [quote name='Albatross85' timestamp='1393103793' post='8723492'] [b][i]TWO SMALL CHIPS ON TOPLINE OUT NEAR TOE THAT ARE SMALLER THAN A PENCIL TIP. THIS IS COMMON ON THE TITLEIST HEAD. TOP/CROWNLINE PERFECT OTHERWISE[/i][/b] [/quote] i didnt know all titleist drivers commonly have chips on the head. [/quote]your comment doesn't even make sense...... Good one. Yes the top line on the 910/913 commonly get little chips with use. Thanks for the comment [/quote
  9. [quote name='Albatross85' timestamp='1393103793' post='8723492'] [b][i]TWO SMALL CHIPS ON TOPLINE OUT NEAR TOE THAT ARE SMALLER THAN A PENCIL TIP. THIS IS COMMON ON THE TITLEIST HEAD. TOP/CROWNLINE PERFECT OTHERWISE[/i][/b] [/quote] i didnt know all titleist drivers commonly have chips on the head.
  10. Looking to trade for 70+ gram stiff shaft with same tip. This shaft came with my SLDR straight from TM. Plays standard length in Taylormade drivers. Comes with white pure grip pictured. Shaft is in perfect condition. Tip has typical wear from being adjusted numerous times. $200
  11. that truly sucks man... but TRUE HOTMELT is mostly only offered on Tour Vans..... that's why barely any OEM company's do it... Tour Pro's dont deal with the company itself, they mainly deal with the tour van guys. but the correct way and very legal way to get the resolved is to go back to whoever threw epoxy in your club and tell him to fix it or you want him to buy you a new one. come on it's customer service! If i'm a mechanic at an autoshop and you just brought in your brannd new 2014 yellow corvette for me to throw on a supercharger, and i give it back and the supercharger doesnt spool u
  12. [quote name='Nessism' timestamp='1393725738' post='8774816'] [quote name='Spankapotamus' timestamp='1393721367' post='8774332'] Tried thr Gorilla Glue epoxy from Walmart today. Wasn't all that impressed. Said cure time was 5 mins and handling time was 30. At 30 mins I could still turn the shaft, albeit slowly. 70 degrees before anyone asks. 2 hrs and it was solid. Hope my driver doesn't go flying tomorrow! [/quote] It's not advised to disturb the epoxy by twisting like that after it's been curing for two hours. You should glue up the club and set it aside and don't touch it. Good luck.
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