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  1. Callaway Preowned restocked Epic Flash 3 Woods this morning... ended up using my code
  2. Are these free shipping coupons supposed to stack with promotions going on the website? Trying to use one right now but it says "The coupon is currently inactive"
  3. Looking for a free shipping code if anybody has one.
  4. Was counting on being able to putt/driving range while I'm at home... don't expect any driving ranges to be open but any putting greens open to practice my short game?
  5. Just doesn't seem as crisp as the Hybrid shaft. The green rings on the end is different, font is faded (not sure if that's just due to wear and tear) but ultimately the font/text isn't as crisp and sharp as the hybrid shaft
  6. Bought this on a whim (I already have like 7 fairway shafts) https://www.ebay.com/itm/254537722200 Seller sells other used golf items so I thought should be a decent chance not a fake. Just received it in the mail and this is how it compares to my DI-85s
  7. My second time taking a driver adapter tip off and first time trying to epoxy a new adapter onto a driver. Did everything correctly up until epoxy and realizing that the tip kept pushing out because of an airlock. Didn't realize I should of cleared the old epoxy in the middle of the shaft hole. Whats the best way to remove all the epoxy (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008S0KRIO/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s02?ie=UTF8&psc=1) that cured on the tip of the shaft? Is it worth trying to clear the epoxy out of the new Callaway adapter?
  8. SuperSpeed at GolfGalxy for 20% + 15% Ebates cashback
  9. Bumping this post up. Buying a house in South SF and wondering just how hard/expensive it is for Cal Club? I'm in my early thirties and don't know any members there.
  10. > @trhode said: > I use a small piece of heat shrink tubing instead of a ferrule. Slide the tubing up the shaft, then install the tip. After the epoxy is set, slide the shrink tubing back down and use a heat gun on low heat to shrink the tubing in place. Do you have a picture of what that looks like?
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