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  1. City, State? Minneapolis, MN Handicap? 5.3 Current hybrid/utility iron head? TaylorMade M2 Current hybrid/utility iron shaft? Fujikura Vista Pro Hybrid 65 What flex Nippon Modus3 Hybrid GOST shaft do you want to test? Stiff Do you agree to participate in an ongoing testing thread, posting reviews and high quality photos? Absoluitely
  2. Other than watching them all on TV. I did get to go to the practice rounds at the 2002 PGA Championship at Hazeltine as a younster.
  3. Anyone have a hookup or lead on the flash crimson ZITs in a 8.5/9? I should've pulled the trigger right on launch and now I can't find any.
  4. Not sure what other's thoughts are but I am not a huge fan of the Jordan 5's they just announced. I think I'll be going with the Zooms instead.
  5. You can start with a .355 ferrule and if it is too snug slowly run a 3/8 drill bit threw it to bore it out a little. I have heard that putting them in hot water would also work when trying to upsize.
  6. One definitely has to be Black T100s. Cam Smith just won with those in the bag.
  7. Also, curious to see what data it will display. Almost double the number of data parameters than the regular mevo.
  8. In the past I have ran a drill bit through the top portion very slowly to make it slightly bigger. Also done it for .355 ferrules for .370 shafts.
  9. Thanks for the imput. Follow all your stuff. Put one on a 7-iron last night and hit it tonight. Got to love the BB&F stuff.
  10. I have re-shafted a handful of irons now but never run into this before. I am re-shafting a set of T100s that had collared Ferrules and I want to put on some standards from BB&F. Is this a big deal are do I need to use a collared ferrule in the new shafts? Also, if it isn't a big deal,is there anything different than normal you would do when re-shafting with standard ferrules?
  11. Agree with TRHODE. I have used Grail Golf ferrules and agree that they seem less substantial or thinner. I just re-shafted some clubs last night with some new BB&F co ferrules which I think are superior. They are definetly more thick and sturdy. You do get what you pay for with each of these and I will continue to use both depending and needs/wants.
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