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  1. Found this. Looked cool and I checked the patent and the inventor is local. Don't know if this is just a prototype. Will have to roll it and see how it works...and take it apart and change the settings. And next to it was this...and I had to buy this too....
  2. Swing, swing, swing....first step. Have your swing checked as suggested already. Slice is a pretty common feature in the golfer population. After that. Is the Aeroburner stock? Could be too long and cause a slice. You will probably get the same thing from a new driver since they are the same length. I marked my driver at 44" on the grip... :| Better control. But check swing first before dropping dinero.
  3. Over the top eh? I know something about this. First...fix your swing. Second...then buy something you can hit and afford. I went through a TM 320 for $5, a Wilson D200 for $30, a Ping G10 Draw for $10, and finally eBay'd and GolfWRX classified'd and got a G400 SFT with add-on GD AD DI for about $300 along with various other shafts I tried and sold when they didn't work. Total cost was about $250 after trading, selling, and being nit picky. Picked up some $30-$40 woods and hybrids along the way and repeated the same "fit myself"...does it work...keep it...does it not...sell it. Am I at the
  4. I've never met a blade I didn't like ~~wouldn't hit~~.
  5. GoLo should be 350 (5r dual is 400) with stock weights (according to GWRX reviews). Evnroll is higher than what is considered normal putter weight imo. You can also change the weights in the GoLo so trying out the GG you can change the weights to your feel.
  6. The impossible often has a kind of integrity which the merely improbable lacks. After many months of preparing...learning new ways to stand, grip a club (correctly), swing (somewhat correctly), and tons of other stuff it was time I made a concerted effort to bring my gaggle of coworkers together and put on at least a not less than zero performance. At this same time my normal group had started to change and we picked up a ringer (fingers crossed). On to the charity scramble we went. Out of the gate we were hard charging. Just not very good...still...however I was 100% better than bef
  7. > @howellhandmade said: > Obviously “next week’s episode” was a figure of speech. https://forums.golfwrx.com/discussion/1757578/true-stories-of-a-super-high-handicap-golfer-part-2 https://forums.golfwrx.com/discussion/1759360/true-stories-of-a-super-high-handicap-golfer-part-3
  8. I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be. Craigslist up to this point was my friend. As I learned about this game I also learned about equipment. The difference lie makes...the length of a club...face angle...open closed. However clubs are only as good as the person swinging them. More importantly it is better to get clubs that you CAN swing. My first lesson...(sort of) So I decided it was time to go with a store bought set of irons. It was end of season and the discounts were huge. I was finally hitting irons well enough but I w
  9. Depends on price and "actual" condition. If not enough pictures or fuzzy I say no. Cast always better than forged. Rusted club face is a no go. Some pitting may be of concern on certain finishes as the pitting can be a sign of rust underneath that will get worse. Browning is a sign the finish is wearing off and I stay away from. Black marks and black dots are rust marks cleaned up. All the big name 2nd hand guys are usually above their stated condition but not all have pics. Most have pretty good customer service when it comes to an "oops" moment. Lengths, lie, and loft if available is n
  10. Twism86 said: But did you factor in that diameter of the shaft increases as you get further towards to top due to the taper? Yes...and trying to figure out how to cut the tape length wise to narrow from one end to the other. Currently I have to adjust as I am going and put space in between one direction and put the edges together the other direction to make sure it is as smooth as a baby's butt with no overlap. I have a formula to measure out how much tape I need to cover a full and half grip pass but I need a backing board of material like the tape...maybe a 2 inch tape strip of backing to p
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