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  1. I'm interested in ordering a Titleist Linksmaster bag but don't belong to a private club or know how to go about ordering. I came across the Titleist Linksmaster thread and saw you had contact for placing an order. Would you be willing to share the contact info? Thanks, Nick
  2. This makes sense now. Initially I thought the shaft was broken because it didn't go to the bottom of the bore when reinstalling
  3. Good to know that it can be fixed! Thanks for all the help!
  4. Hey everyone, long time lurker here. I recently got into vintage gear and purchased a Cleveland Classic Tour Edition 485 Driver with a Sandvik Titanium Shaft. Yesterday I was hitting range balls (this may have been a mistake) and the head came off. The neck is cracked but the shaft seems to be intact. Is this worth repairing? If so, who would you recommend to fix it? From what I understand finding a Sandvik Titanium shaft is very difficult. Are there any steel shafts that play similiar to it?
  5. http://www.golf.com/tour-and-news/bryson-dechambeau-custom-clubmaker-and-teaching-pro-might-be-start-golfing-revolution?page=4&simple=1 "Edel has found a middle ground with the fitting system for single-length irons he is introducing at this week's PGA Show in Orlando. This will be the delivery system for bringing DeChambeau's clubs to the masses. Each kit will have 30 shafts weighing between 80 and 135 grams, in 4-, 6- and 8-iron lengths. There will be three heads and a dozen grips. Edel and Schy will start beta-testing the system after the show, in hopes of delivering to consumers thei
  6. Please change my screen name to "Breaking Par" Thank you!
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