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  1. I remember reading some time ago the classic Aldila nv had a regular swingspeed of 85-95mph. I cannot find any true reference to the Aldila nv2k regarding flex and swingspeed. Can anyone help with Recommendations for Senior and Regular flex data?
  2. Found one on UK ebay that's brand new, 11 deg with a suitable Soft shaft. It faired very well in MGS slow swing driver 2018. Came in 4th or 5 th but interestingly out performed the Ping 400 Snagged it for £110, which seems a bargain of bargains.
  3. Anyone have any views on this driver? I have searched on here but there's only minimal info. 2018 it was included in the MGS Wanted Driver test with 'ok' results.
  4. I'm actually thinking of an iron that maybe in the description says something along the shallow angle of attack. Offset, wide sole, 921 hots. Thanks
  5. I've tried to steepen my iron swing and compress that darn ball and take a divot. No can do! And at 65yo I'm too old to change. So, any recommendations for an iron that can help a 'picker'. I've heard Maltby have different designs but no idea what Any help please?
  6. Old thread. Tried the Acer xv Ultimate Thriver today, 460 cc head. Have to say I was astonished and blown away with the performance. Head to head against my Fitted Mizuno st190 HL driver, they were neck and neck distance wise, but Hireko winning it on more centre fairways found. Looking down its a matt finish and reminded me of a Ping G25 shape Money wise it's a third of the price of the premium brands. No brainer.
  7. I've the Frontline nos 4. Like many here, I've owned and used so many over the years. Scotties, Odysseys, Taylormade etc etc. In all honesty the performance from across the board has so many with near identical results. Why golfers flock to Scotty putters always amazes me. I'm a decent flat stick user - the most reliable of my 10 handicap game. That said, I miss far too many 6'-15' putts as my putter head is just not stable enough (I can see it wobble on back swing). Queue the Frontline, with forward weighting. THIS PUTTER IS INCREDIBLE. The roll it imparts huggi
  8. Thanks to all. Epoxy it will be.
  9. Thanks. Can I get the internal diameter (I assume that's ID you talk of) from Kuro kage spec sheet? Also, what glue is best? I'm assuming superglue is no good.
  10. I'm not a builder or fitter etc, but I do get enjoyment from fitting my own grips. I've just bought a secondhand set of irons that have fitted Kuro Kage 60gr graphite but they are about 1" shorter than my current gamers Is it easy to lengthen the shafts? Seems you buy plastic inserts into the butt end, glue then regrip. Will it change the swing weight? Will it alter flex? How do I know what size extender to buy? Any advice gratefully accepted. DG
  11. > @"@_the_crook" said: > FWIW, I bought that T800 shaft at a demo day a summer ago, maybe two - for an XR16. it is certainly green. > Thanks. Any idea if it is COUNTER BALANCED? How did that shaft perform?
  12. Callaway UK haven't got any info of use! All I'm trying to find out if these t800 offerings are back weighted or not... Confused ?
  13. > @Awainer1 said: > There’s is no blue or green. There’s black red and yellow. Yellow is a counter weighted version and red is a mid high launch version. Black obviously being the low/low edition. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F273692958605
  14. > @Awainer1 said: > There’s is no blue or green. There’s black red and yellow. Yellow is a counter weighted version and red is a mid high launch version. Black obviously being the low/low edition. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F253879231501
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