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  1. Morikowa didn’t know this shot-https://www.facebook.com/axysgolf/videos/1848031718801372/ I actually first learned it from a Greg Norma video about 15 years ago. But he probably learned it from Player. The more the ball is buried the more you have to toe in the club. On Morikowa’s ball he would have needed to turn the club almost completely toe on to the ball. It takes some practice and a little nerve but I’ve had some decent results using this method. It is a bit of a high risk shot but when you’re backed into a corner and the match is on the line it can get a result.
  2. Unfortunately the metal tip precludes using any kind of grip removal rod/tool. You might have some luck with the injection method, but I tend to doubt it. Good luck with what ever method you try.
  3. I’m 69 and have shot my age 6 times so far this year. You’ve got some good years yet.
  4. I don’t like the Golfworks grip solvent at all. I had some of the same issues while using this product even with standard grips. I highly recommend deodorized mineral spirits instead. I never have a problem with any grip using this. You can buy it at any hardware store.
  5. Maybe it’s supposed to be used with this one? https://www.amazon.com/PETER-PUTTER-Peter-Putter-2-Black/dp/B08YRXPWCR/ref=asc_df_B08YRXPWCR/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=507844583641&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=1928902322585839599&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=t&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9023247&hvtargid=pla-1296744769322&psc=1
  6. Looks like it has a putter grip at least.
  7. Asian market shafts also tend to run a little softer than the same flex in U.S. market shafts. But I can’t say that is a 100% thing. Probably depends on the manufacturer.
  8. Shafts intended for the U.S. market that are labeled SR are senior flex shafts. Also sometimes marked as R2 flex. Shafts marked SR that are intended for the Asian market are stiff/reg. In the U.S. market these would be labeled as firm flex, ie-between stiff and regular. Not sure what else you want to know.
  9. He chips and putts like a handicap golfer when the heats on. That puts extra pressure on his swing when he’s least able to handle it.
  10. The swing weight scale was developed when almost all golf club components had a relatively narrow range of weights. Club heads might have varied some but the steel shafts and the available grips were pretty standardized as far as weight was concerned. While extra weight in the grip end can affect the way a club feels when it is swung, it has no direct effect on the shaft/clubhead interaction. About the only way to effectively make the head feel lighter is to take weight out of the head. I suppose if you added a large enough amount of weight to the butt end you might end up making the head
  11. The C-taper lites will spin more and launch higher than the DG S300’s. But if you’re not hitting the i210’s with C-taper lite as well as the ISI’s with DG S300, that is probably most of the distance you’ve lost. Looks like the extra length in the C-taper lites is not agreeing with your swing. The different balance and feel of the C-taper lites may be a factor as well. Before you do anything drastic try the following- wrap 10 gms. of lead tape 14” from the end of the grip. That is the balance point of the swing weight scale. So, while the club will feel heavier, the swing weight won’t be
  12. Good luck with it. I know you hate to trash a perfrctly good $30 grip
  13. The original SeeMore putters are the hottest putters I have ever tried.
  14. I’ve never had any success pulling one of those extra long grips for re-use. Sorry.
  15. I use a pro red. It’s a nice grip. The shape is quite similar to the GP Tour Tradition, if you are familiar with that one. I don’t putt cross-handed but I don’t see any reason why it shouldn’t work for you. Though the feel will be different than any Super Stroke grip.
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