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  1. I do have two of the Maltby Club Fitting Guides I would pass along to anyone for shipping costs. One of the sad points is some of the clubs cut down for juniors. One is a left handed MacGregor Tourney 3 iron in very nice shape with a ProPel 2 shaft that measures 30.5 inches. I suppose the headlight be of some value to someone.
  2. Attaching some photos I took at work on my phone. First four are from Day 0ne. Also got a Titleist fitting cart with a couple of rolls of impact tape. Next three photos are from Day Two. Also got some Maltby Club Building and Fitting Guides from 1986. In Binders - brand new. Only grabbed 3 but left about 20 more in the dumpster.
  3. I work at a university that has a PGA Management Program. It would seem they are cleaning out one of their storage bins on campus and tossed a bunch of old clubs. Granted a majority are either cut down for journeys or are older generic clubs. I did find a few of interest and I am still sorting through them. Even a few new uncut Golfsmith Carbon Sticks for woods. Also, an assortment of left handed clubs. In those are two Harvey Penick Graphite shafted Professional irons -- 1 iron and 3 iron. Once I get through all of this I will post or list some photos of clubs someone might need to fill a void.
  4. Not sure if they still sell them but had this old link. https://www.jamestowndistributors.com/product/product-detail/1829#MyReviewHeader
  5. Long shot- could use a Yamaha ST30 - 7 iron head or shafted club- Aluminum Bronze version.
  6. I have 9 pink ad grey Medium ( +5/16 ) Jumbo Max Tour Series grips for sale. I used one 3-4 times to try them out and they just are not for me. The remaining eight are new in wrappers. I would like to get $75 for the lot shipped in CONUS.
  7. When I worked in a club repair shop in the early 80's we used rubber cement on leather grips. Used to just put a slight wipe on the leading edge of the leather wrap. Nice you found a collar for the grip. They do finish off the grip nicely. They were not that difficult to do once you do a couple. Looks very nice.
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