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theWISEman

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  1. For Sale - $SOLD I purchased this club from Ted Hanson and only hit a couple shots on the range and a few on the course. Here is the club description and specs from the builder - "Professionally built Mizuno CLK 19* Hybrid with a Handcrafted Project X HZRDUS Black 85 gram 6.5 (extra-stiff) flex shaft. This low launch and spin shaft is not available through Mizuno! This is a great combination for a strong player looking for the extreme stability the HZRDUS lineup is known for. The loft is adjustable 2 degrees in either direction to dial in your distance gaps. Plays to 40.5" at
  2. For Sale - I purchased this club from Ted Hanson and only hit a couple shots on the range and a few on the course. Going to stick with my 5 wood. Here is the club description and specs from the builder - "Professionally built Mizuno CLK 19* Hybrid with a Handcrafted Project X HZRDUS Black 85 gram 6.5 (extra-stiff) flex shaft. This low launch and spin shaft is not available through Mizuno! This is a great combination for a strong player looking for the extreme stability the HZRDUS lineup is known for. The loft is adjustable 2 degrees in either direction to dial in your distance gaps. Plays to
  3. I'm thinking of bending my irons a few degrees weaker than spec'd standards. I'm thinking of taking the lofts to - 5 - 28 6 - 32 7 - 36 8 - 40 9 - 44 P - 48 Ultimately I am looking for a higher ball flight (without changing to a lighter shaft) and the ability to get more spin. I also have a huge yardage gap between my PW and 50* or 52* that I would like to close. Would going a degree or two weaker achieve that? Any thoughts?
  4. All - Taylormade M4 HL 3 wood with a 6.5 62g HZRDUS Black shaft and NDMC grip (logo down). Standard length. No head cover (used Seamus cover) but will shipped wrapped in bubble wrap. Thing is a beast off the tee. $125 shipped. Mizuno Fli Hi MMC 4 & 5 irons with X100 shafts. Had the lofts adjusted to match my MP5 irons. NDMC grip (logo down). Selling my MP5's so letting these go for a steal. $135 shipped.
  5. All - For sale today is a set of used Vokey 54* 58* wedges. All wedges have NDMC grips logo down. The 48* is bent to 50* and is 1* flat. 10* F. DG Tour Issue X100 Black Onyx to match my iron set. Custom ordered from Titleist. SOLD The 52* is bent to 54* and is 1* flat. 08 F. DG Tour Issue S400 Black Onyx. Shaft is PURED. Custom Raw Bob Vokey Wedge. The 58* is standard loft and is 1* flat. 08 M. DG Tour Issue S400 Black Onyx. Shaft is PURED. Custom Raw Bob Vokey Wedge. Shipped USPS Priority same business day (7AM-5PM) for $140 ($70 per wedge). Would like to sell as a set. Not willin
  6. Might be off topic but I wanted to get some input - Do you all use shoe trees in your Jordan golf shoes? I've got a pair of ST Trainers and 11's and wasn't sure if they could benefit from some trees or if it'll make a difference. Notice any creasing long term without trees?
  7. > @GolfGrouch said: > > @boothbym said: > > I was trying to add 10.5 right away and wouldn't show up in my cart. Misswd out again on them > FYI, you can buy them on StockX for almost the same price. > Picked up a pair last week for cheaper than retail on StockX... still waiting for them to ship though.
  8. For Sale - P790 UDI with HZRDUS Black 6.5 shaft and NDMC grip logo down. Only seen 3-4 balls on the course. Loft set at 19* and lie set at 1* flat. Standard length. $**SOLD** shipped.
  9. All, I have 5 new (washed once and never worn) Greyson Crow Polos. Great quality shirts. They sold from $95 + shipping on Greyson Website. All 5 shirts for $200 shipped ($40 per shirt or 60% off retail) Will ship today USPS priority.
  10. > @tatertot said: > > @theWISEman said: > > > @TheCityGame said: > > > Don't get fit. Don't get a new putter. Don't get lessons. > > > > > > Practice. > > > > > > Practice, practice, practice. In particular, practice using "scored" drills and practice with intent. > > > > > > Putting responds to practice. It just does. If you're serious about getting better at golf, you need to practice. If you're really averaging 10-12 greens (and that's not just a fluke), then you've practiced your ball striking
  11. > @JAMH03 said: > @Wiseman OK Bud, where are we at with this? I’ve been working on my mental game a lot lately, just letting the putter do the work and not trying to force the stroke. I’ve had a few decent rounds putting... some 30-32 putt rounds but still having the occasional 36-37 putts creep in there. I switched back to my old Scotty Newport... It’s been raining a ton here lately, so I’ve gotten a lot of carpet rolling practice done... but I think like some other have said above me, it’s just going to take hours of practice to gain the feel I need. I’ve gotten significantly b
  12. Also interested. I asked this question in the update thread but never received any feedback on how to format my signature properly.
  13. All, For sale - 33" TaylorMade Spider Tour Black with SuperStroke Traxion GT Tour (used for 3 rounds) and counterweight. Comes with each headcover in the photos (MGS was like $40 & Pinehurst was $45). I got this putter about a month ago from another WRX'er, and found out I can't putt with mallets (even made a thread in instruction about needing putting tips), so going to use the funds to pay for an actual lesson. Will ship ASAP. **$200 shipped!**
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