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  1. I'm a bit of an equipment junkie, er, enthusiast, and have tried many laser rangefinders, mostly Bushnell. But for this 68 year old, the image stabilization feature of the Nikon is a game changer. It is also very good at finding spots everywhere because of the stabilization. For example, when we stop the cart at my partners drive, I can range my ball up ahead, you know, 30 yards or so beyond his! Seriously, I find the Bushnell's a bit faster to range, but it does not overcome the advantage of the stabilization function. I think it great that there are more credible, less expensive rangefinders now in the market.
  2. That is a big deal. I got rid of my golfshot app because it would advance just because I was parked near the current green before I entered my score.
  3. Pardon my ignorance, but what do the IPX numbers mean?
  4. Sold! This is a moderately used, never abused or dropped, Nikon Coolshot Pro Stabilized laser rangefinder known for its great optics, image stabilization and slope function. It has a few minor rub marks from going in and out of the cupholder on a typical golf cart which is how I use it. The rubber eyecup tended to fall off which just snaps back on, but I finally lost it and tried to get one from Nikon. They told me I had to send it in for service so I did and I just got it back. But while they had it, they did check it out and confirmed everything worked properly, and their word is better than mine right? Also, these have a 5-year warranty and since it has only been on the market about 3 years, Nikon will still cover it for about another 2 years which should give you peace of mind. Comes with original packaging. $2XX shipped.
  5. Whenever we see #1's come and go so frequently, it reminds me yet again how Tiger held on for a decade and it wasn't even close. Astonishing run.
  6. Never measured it, but my guess is that it played to the stock 45 1/4" installed. As is from the end of the grip....
  7. This is an excellent Ping Tour 65 driver shaft in Regular flex with a Ping tip for the G410 / G425 series drivers. It has a ¾” extension installed, but it is not epoxied in place, just an interference fit secured by the grip tape and can be easily pulled out when the grip is removed if a Jumbo CP2 Wrap is not your cup of tea. The shaft is little used, never abused, and looks like new. Does NOT include the tip screw. $79 shipped!
  8. This is an excellent Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Orange 65 driver shaft in Stiff flex with a Ping tip for the G410/425 series drivers. It has a ¾” extension installed, but it is not epoxied in place, just an interference fit secured by the grip tape and can be easily pulled out when the grip is removed if a Jumbo CP2 Pro is not your cup of tea. The shaft is little used, never abused, and looks like new. Does NOT include the tip screw. $99 shipped!
  9. Here is a Titleist TS2 fairway wood with 21* of loft with a standard length, Mitsubishi KuroKage 55 shaft in Regular flex. Sorry, no head cover or wrench (I can supply a wrench if needed, but I assume you have one). The grip is a premium Golf Pride CP2 Wrap in Jumbo size. The pictures will show that the club is little used, never abused and has a flawless crown. $179 shipped.
  10. Here is a little used, never abused, 10.5* Ping G425 SFT driver with Regular flex Alta CB 55 slate shaft and Golf Pride CP2 Wrap in Jumbo size. Length is standard and the unused original head cover is included, but no wrench unless you don't already have one. There are no cosmetic blemishes other than a few expected light brush marks on the sole. $419 shipped by priority.
  11. This is a great lightweight premium Fujikura Air Speeder 40 shaft in excellent condition. I take care of my equipment as best as I can and there are no marks on it. It is Regular flex from a Titleist TS2 16.5* fairway wood and has a Golf Pride CP2 Wrap Jumbo grip in really good condition. This shaft when installed in the TS2 head plays to the standard 42.5” length. The picture shows the length of the shaft itself from the end of the grip. The adaptor tip fits many other Titleist models, a simple on-line search will find a list. $69 shipped by Priority.
  12. Here is a Titleist TS2 fairway wood with 16.5* of loft which is like a high-launching 3 wood. The shaft is a premium Mitsubishi Chemical KuroKage in Reg flex, while the grip is a Golf Pride CP2 Wrap in jumbo size, like new. The shaft is from a 15* head, so it plays to 43”, which is +1/2” longer than standard for the 16.5* model. The club is in excellent condition and never abused. The all-important crown is flawless with no sky-marks or other blemishes. A new head cover is included, but no wrench since most people have one of those already. $xxx shipped by USPS Priority.
  13. Day looks uncomfortable walking and bending over, and his swing speed seems much dialed back. Not a good sign despite his position. DJ has been struggling for a few months now, must be frustrating.
  14. Surprisingly, about a month ago, he led the tour in GIR even though that is a somewhat misleading stat, but still, he's what, 47?
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