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  1. What about those of us who bought, and are still stuck with, several dozen Chrome Soft balls? That really sucks! Who wants to play a ball wondering when it may crack?
  2. Just an update for anyone browsing this post and curious about Memphis area courses. To confirm, Memphis Country Club is impossible to get on, unless invited by a member. Fred Smith (FedEx CEO) had to wait 5 years before they allowed him to join. Since JT sold Mirimichi, maintenance has slipped quite a bit. It’s still a great layout, but no where near the “best public course in TN” rating it once enjoyed. At its peak, it was a solid 9.5 in terms of conditioning, now its about a 6. Greens are usually very good (10 or so on the stimp), but the once perfect fairways may have a bare spot or t
  3. If anyone checks this group, I’m also looking for groups to play with. I belong to Memphis National Golf Club, but would be interested in playing other courses as well.
  4. Can anyone confirm whether the weight in the sole can be changed to adjust the swing weight?
  5. Thanks alot for the quick reply! I tried to unscrew it but would've never thought to try and pop that tip off like that. Easy enough though.
  6. I have a non TA RAZR Fit driver with the single COG adapter. I also have a separate double COG adapter. Does anyone know how to change out the Single COG adapter to a Double COG adapter? It was mentioned in another post that it's easy to do without loosening the epoxy and exchanging the entire adapter. Do the tips come off the adapters to allow the COGs to be slipped off?
  7. Hmmmm...I didn't know the double COG could be slipped on without removing the epoxy. How does that work exactly? I have a single COG on my RAZR FIT, and a double COG in my hand, and don't see how it comes apart. Does the tip unscrew or something?
  8. [quote name='innis9923' timestamp='1358293838' post='6235447'] [quote name='MtlJeff' timestamp='1358293533' post='6235399'] i think we had a thread about this at the time but i can't remember. I'm not one to shy away from throwing stones at TaylorMade but for the most part no one "really needs" golf clubs. Essentially new golf clubs are a total luxury item. So most golf companies probably feel some convincing is required especially in a tough market. [/quote] Good point...never thought about it like that. I assumed he meant getting us to buy equipment that might not really add that 20-25
  9. [quote name='MtlJeff' timestamp='1358293533' post='6235399'] i think we had a thread about this at the time but i can't remember. I'm not one to shy away from throwing stones at TaylorMade but for the most part no one "really needs" golf clubs. Essentially new golf clubs are a total luxury item. So most golf companies probably feel some convincing is required especially in a tough market. [/quote] Good point...never thought about it like that. I assumed he meant getting us to buy equipment that might not really add that 20-25 yards manufacturers claim.
  10. I've hit exactly two drives over 400 yards in my life. One was 416, the other 430. Both were in New Mexico at altitudes of 5000 & 8500 feet respectively with a slight tailwind. Both courses were very green but relatively dry. Gotta love that thin air!
  11. I recorded the show of "Undercover Bosses" featuring the TaylorMade CEO which aired several weeks ago. I was thinking I may learn something about TM's operation. Anyway, I just got around to watching it. I was quite surprised to hear the CEO say in his introduction that the hardest part of his job was "coming up with new marketing strategies to get customers to buy equipment they don't really need. "What" he said didn't really surprise, but the fact he said it on air certainly caught my attention. Anybody else catch this? I bet his marketing VP winced when he hard that!
  12. [quote name='deadsolid...shank' timestamp='1358162812' post='6224185'] Being as I stay behind the curve of current equipment I have a question about the adjustable clubs. I was reading the thread about the new Callaway drivers and several times saw a reference to the double cogs. What exactly are these, what do they do differently (from I assume a single cog), and which clubs have which setups. Thanks for clueing me in, I'm sure it's something simple that I've just never paid any attention to. [/quote] The Double COG adapter has a second collar in it which allows further adjustability to
  13. Easiest way is to measure from a particular point on the graphics to the tip end. You can likely do a internet search and find what the measurement should be for the particular shaft you have. It should also tell you the exact point in the graphics to measure from. Best of luck.
  14. Have you considered getting some pinstriping from an auto parts store such as Advance, AutoZone, etc.? You can buy varying widths, its easy to put on, and it won't come off.
  15. [quote name='tngolferguy' timestamp='1329844650' post='4341897'] Hi everyone! Well this is my first official topic on GolfWRX. I hope I posted it in the right place. Does anyone have any recommendations as to a good clubfitter in West TN? I'm in Jackson and I'm looking to get fit for a new driver, 3W, irons and wedges. The last time I was fit was with Ping's cart back in 1999. It's time to upgrade the gear. I'm currently playing a Ping G5 driver and ISI-S irons. I would like to stick with a well-known OEM, as I'm not keen on "knock-off" stuff (although I've heard good things about som
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