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  1. I asked Edison golf about a shaft that I had in one of their wedges, this is screenshot of their reply. You can take it for what its worth.....
  2. Callaway TCB irons 4 through PW. Standard loft and length, 1 degree flat. KBS $-Taper 120 shafts. These are very soft feeling irons with the upgraded KBS shaft. $1099 conus via paypal. Titleist TSI3 Driver Head. 9 Degrees. In good condition with very small scratches on the crown and sole that you have to look very close to see. Included is a used titleist adapter and ferrule. $old
  3. In a post below tell us who is your nearest authorized dealer? Golf Headquarters O'Fallon, MO Why are you excited to hit the Speeder NX shaft? Fuijkura makes the best shafts available What flex and weight Speeder NX shaft do you want to win? NX 60 Stiff
  4. 1. How often do you walk when you play? almost always 2. Do you own or use a pushcart currently? yes 3. Would you walk more with the Motocaddy M7 Remote? sure
  5. If you are talking about the best wedges, it seems to me you must differentiate between best looking vs best performing wedges. I believe the best performing wedge on the market is the Edison wedge.
  6. Can you elaborate on what you did to increase your hip mobility?
  7. I am looking at attempting to refinish a number of the old MacGregor's I have in the basement and was wondering if anyone is willing to share the process or expertise they have used to restore the stampings during the refinishing process on persimmon heads. Examples of Dave Wood's work on executing this process is some of the finest restoration work I have ever seen (thank you RobotDr, for displaying Dave's work). In Dave Wood's webpage, he has a section on his process for restoring stamping. In it, he writes: - Begin making tiny dot impressions within the inked marking with the point of your etching/engraving tool. - With a light touch, connect all the small dots together, section-by-section, using a vibrating engraving tool on its lowest setting. This makes sense, but as a person who has never done any engraving, I have a few questions: 1. What etching or engraving tool would be appropriate for "making tiny dot impressions"? Where would one buy such a tool that worked for etching such a small image? 2. Similarly, where would find a tip for vibrating engraver that was small enough to work within the confines of these tiny dots? Any insight on how to obtain this tooling would be much appreciated. Beyond all that, if anyone has another process for restoring the stampings, can you share your insights and the tooling that is used to execute the process? Thanks
  8. 1. City, State? Columbia, MO 2. Handicap? 2 3. Current hybrid or fairway wood? Callaway 4. Why do you want to test the Callaway Epic Super Hybrid? To see if there is anything better than what I already have. 5. Do you agree to take high quality photos, write an in-depth review, and be part of an on-going testing thread? Sure
  9. 1. City, State? Columbia, MO2. Handicap? 23. Current Iron set? Callaway4. Are you right-handed or left-handed? right5. Why do you want to review the Takomo 201 irons? to give others an honest opinion of the clubs6. Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and photos? yes
  10. 1. City and State? Columbia, MO 2. Handicap? 2 3. Where do you practice? local range 4. Have you used a personal launch monitor before? No 5. Do you have a current iOS device to use with the Ernest software? Yes 6. Do you agree to take high quality photos, write an in-depth review, and be part of an on-going testing thread? Sure
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