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  1. Great article! So this is where I am getting a lot of hits. My misses however do seem slightly off the heal which I hate! Although in looking at the club it’s still in the sweet spot. Not sure if you can see the markings but that seems to be a pretty common hit for me.
  2. I’m only curious bc I only hit about 25 balls or so. 6 with 3 or 4 different shafts so it wasn’t an extended fitting session. I don’t have a problem with the shaft. I like it most days just curious if there was something out there that would get me some extra distance like everyone else lol. Thanks though.
  3. I purchased a Sim last year and was fit into a ProForce V2 7S5 or 7FS. It was between this shaft and a Fujikura Speeder Tour Spec 7.2 in an X flex I believe or might have been a Fujikura Pro Spec 2.0 x flex (it was white on the tip and dark towards the grip so I’m not exactly sure which one it was). So I was wondering what other shafts out there are comparable but might be a step up. I mostly hit fades with it which is ok but sometimes I like to let it loose and hit a draw. It’s great for ripping it which I like but is there something out there that might be an upgrade? I should a
  4. I have a couple of these putters. Gideon is out of Lima Ohio. He does his own in house Cnc milling and uses top of the line materials. $400,for this putter would be about right. I actually helped with the design on this one; carbon steel head, heavy flamed finish, and light face milling. A hand weld and most of his puffers are 35". If anyone would like more information please feel free to email me. A sweet stick and very comparable to John Byron or Scotty tour putters but without the price tag. Really a top of the line production. Whoever gifted this to you was very kind!!
  5. I actually posted more than what is written, but I will surely move it. Thanks.
  6. Hello all, Anyone out there with some older Cameron's in decent shape? Going to be a gamer for me. Don't mind spending some cash as long as it's worth it. If anyone has something I'm not mentioning or am omitting please let me know and I will add it to my search list but if anyone has it somewhere here does please let me know and we will work something out! Thanks guys!
  7. Hello all, Been on golfwrx for number of years and value the insight on this page. Just have couple of questions for you Scotty Cameron scholars: first, I have been searching for a Scottsman 941 or 942 for some time without any luck. I plan on gaming it, but are they even attainable or available and everyone I have seen is $900 which is fine, but are they wort that much or is there something out there that will be a good substitute? I would like something early Cameron. Don't care for the new stuff; all the pros play customs without the grooves or flash and sizzle. So this leads me to the ne
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