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  1. I ordered first week of November and didn't receive them till February 24th.
  2. ***SOLD*** Up for sale a set of new condition Ping i210 irons. Clubs have been hit at 2 range sessions only. 5-W, 6 clubs. Right handed, standard length, Ping AWT R flex steel shafts, orange dot, power specs. Golf pride standard grips. $615 shipped USA only. No trades.
  3. Hi Monte, I purchased the NTC video. Is section 10 similar to the arms doing nothing in the downswing? It looks like you rotate and don't do much with the arms actively. Or am I missing something. It does look similar to Jake Hutt arm discussion.
  4. I've been looking at some of Jake Hutts Instagram posts. In the downswing he says the arms do nothing. How do i get that feel? I know there has to be some impact from the arms, but where does it happen? He says it happens in the release, so at what point in the downswing will that release happen?
  5. I saw this parked at my local park in San Jose. Jake Hutt was giving a lesson in the trailer. dryvebox.com
  6. Can anyone recommend a good instructor in the San Jose area. I play off a 9 handicap and need help with consistency. I don't want to reinvent my swing just someone who can help with what I've got.
  7. I went to the range today to hit some balls. My last round I had several [email protected] with the wedges. Not sure why but they just came on. Anyway at the range I hit 7 irons, 5 irons, hybrids, drivers all solid strikes. I pulled out the 58 to hit some full shots......and bam [email protected] city. Does anyone have similar issues or an idea what is causing it? Kinda frustrating to be flushing everything else but having issues with short shots.
  8. Are the i210 iron heads all the same, or is the bounce adjusted for the retro spec or power specs?
  9. jsmil4901

    32" Putter

    Is anyone gaming a 32" putter? I have been playing a 34" Newport 2.5 but was struggling with contact consistency. I had an old Odyssey 32" Newport style in the garage. On a whim I took it to the course and my putting seemed to improve. I'm not sure if the style of putter made the difference, or if the shorter length made the difference. So now I'm thinking of cutting down the Newport 2.5 to 32". It seems the shortest putter I see mentioned in any posts is a 33". Is this because of marketing, or is there a problem cutting a putter too short, posture etc...? I'm 5' 6" with longer arms for my tor
  10. That is a good idea, thank you. I could have the stock shaft pulled with the grip on and if I decided to sell later it may be helpful to have it.
  11. Thank you all for the comments. Much appreciated.
  12. Where can you buy another weight set if I need it?
  13. I have a Select Newport 2.5 34" with 2 15 gram weights. I've found out that I am way better suited to putt with a 32" putter. Question is should I shorten the Scotty, and if so would I need a new weight kit to make it feel right, or sell it as is and buy a custom made 32" putter. I like the look of the Newport 2.5 and love the feel. I think that the shortest Cameron only comes in 33" length, so I guess I would need to try and custom order. Anyone else challenged to find a 32" putter?
  14. I currently play an M2 3 wood which is not adjustable. I have problems hitting it from the fairway. Sometimes good, sometimes not so good. I'm thinking of replacing it with an adjustable 3 wood. Example the Epic Flash is adjustable loft range from 14 - 17 degrees. I feel that a 4 wood loft would be better for me. Has anyone done anything similar and does the loft adjustment make the "3 wood" easier to hit? I'm thinking of adjusting it to the 17 degree loft setting. The other option would be a 5 wood. Epic Flash 5 wood is adjustable from 17-20 degrees. I haven't dabbled with adjusting lofts so
  15. Are there two types of clients who show up for a fitting? No 1 is a 15 handicap who wants to get fitted to optimize his game. He has no preconceived notion as to what will work best for him and trusts the fitter to put him into the best club for his particular game. No 2 is a 15 handicap and he wants to play a specific iron. Let's say a blade. He wants the fitter to optimize a fit to make the particular iron work for his particular game. As a fitter do you see these types of situations? And if so which one is harder to fit?
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