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  1. Taylormade SIM2 Max 3 wood, 15°. Standard Length HZRDUS Smoke RDX 6.0 Shaft. Club was taken out of the wrapper today hit on the range 15 times today, just not my jam. $250 Shipped CONUS.
  2. Typically you would need 6 or so memebers to vouche for you and then go on a wait list.
  3. Any updates on your game? Where in East Cobb are? I am there as well. I went through something very similar. About 2 years ago I bottomed out and went looking for some answers. I started a rebuild about 1.5 years ago and seem to have found some consistany again. A lot of it is coming to the self realization that things are bad, usually you need to hit rock bottom with your game. Also, gettign old and having kids doesn't work well for your golf game. When you play, or practice, 3-4 days a week, you can work on a lot and figure things out. When there are big gaps in play, bad things c
  4. I remember putting in from off the frnge on the 9th hole, a par five, for eagle to shoot 31 on the front and then birding 10. Then it sunk in that was 6 under and the didn't make anythign the rest of the round. I was 16, shot 65, I got looping into a big money game by another memeber. He told me that he would back me. I won like $500 and went an bought new irons that afternoon.
  5. I believe rivermont has a short range (irons only), and a practice bunker/green. More of a warm up range.
  6. As it was mentioned, 40 is the number where you are probably going to pay the most. With the economy the way it is now, I don't think these clubs are having any specials.
  7. My understanding is the zoysia still need the same sun the champions does.
  8. Atlanta Athletic Club is great if you are under 30.
  9. If you are basing it on course layout, Rivermont is the clear pick. Berkeley is going to have a better club house/swim tennis facility.
  10. Might have to scrub ACC off that list due to the initiation. As he mentioned, need to know the location to give you the best options.
  11. I am in east Cobb. DM me and I will give you some information
  12. Fuji Pro 63 X-Flex with Ping Adaptor. Shaft is pured and plays 45". Grip is a GP Tour Velvet Midsize. wrench included. $125.00 913H 20* with Titleist RIP Phenom 100 Stiff. Plays 41.5" (I'm tall) $85.00 Fujikura VC 6.2 tour spec X-Flex with Titleist tip for 915. SOLD Shipping to CONUS only.
  13. Ultra Light 45". My 6 year old daughter Bridget is just getting into playing. She wants to join the junior camp in the spring.
  14. The issue, I feel, with going to the light weight shaft is that it makes the head feel out of proportion to the shaft. I had been playing C-Taper Lite's for the last year and just switched to KSB tours. My consistency has gone way up, especially in the middle irons. It also flattened the trajectory out. All this said, I have been playing longer clubs since I was a kid, so I have pretty much accepted the heavier SW.
  15. I didn't take the time to read all 9 pages, but somewhere the post seems to have gotten off track. As a 6'6" player I love the initial information on the shaft length and lie angles. When it comes to my own fitting there has been no real "chart" to show me where I fit. My coach and I cobbled together some clubs out of an old HG fitting cart years ago and came up with 2" over standard as the base for all my irons for me to be at a normal athletic position. When it comes to my driver, I play 45.5", at some point it does come down to comfort and simply being able to find the club face.
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