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Jacked_Loft

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  1. > @"Roland " said: > Anyone remember the days when spy pictures used to exist rather than the forum embargo stuff? :( Remember the days when you, as a OEM seller, didn't have to sign a NDA just to see next years offerings.
  2. As long as your just _planning_ a family...go for it.
  3. I lovingly call my lob wedge "Fatty"
  4. Tommy Armour III & Bill Murray would work for me.
  5. Another thing you have to consider is that it costs a manufacturer almost the same, if not more to make a "watered down" shaft as a normal one. The term "Made For" means that a certain shafts profile has been tuned to work better with a certain head in an OEM's lineup. The adjusted profile still has to be designed, engineered and produced in a separate run from the original which adds to production costs. So a Made For shaft could really be more expensive for an OEM than using the original shaft. I think the reason people find this negative, is that people who've played the Made For sha
  6. > @Red4282 said: > > @Jacked_Loft said: > > IMHO a LM is best used to get THE best ball flight numbers out of THAT head/shaft combo which FEELS the best for the player. > > > > In short: the best performance out of a stick that feels the best. > > > > For me LM number obsession is when how a club feels, which is the one thing a LM cannot measure, is left out of the equation and the player is just fit to the best numbers. > > > > Once again in short: find yourself a better fitter. > > I think something that is gettin left be
  7. IMHO a LM is best used to get THE best ball flight numbers out of THAT head/shaft combo which FEELS the best for the player. In short: the best performance out of a stick that feels the best. For me LM number obsession is when how a club feels, which is the one thing a LM cannot measure, is left out of the equation and the player is just fit to the best numbers. Once again in short: find yourself a better fitter.
  8. I have been moving into lighter shafts for the last 3 years, however even a paltry 95 grams is still killing my head speed. My broken body is demanding relief so I will be capitulating...%&$§**.... Hybrids in, tradition out.
  9. At Fujikura: SR flex under 60 grams Mid/High launch Low spin Torque at 3.3° I like. Too bad I can't demo/Trackman it here in Germany. BTW the shaft is beautiful!
  10. Bought a set, sealed everything airtight and added them to my collectibles. Will offer in conjunction with the Nike Tiger 2000 "Foursome" balls somewhere down the road.
  11. Never thought 'd see it....a toe up weighted blade putter. Bow wow.
  12. The fact of the matter is that on any given day that player who keeps it in play and makes the putts will win the tournament. Just too many good players out there today to say that any 2 of them are (or could be) rivals. I for one love when Brooks gets a chance to speak in public, and more so when it is a live interview.
  13. The 3rd hole on my home course. Par 3 90 yards long Tiny postage stamp green, which is 20 yards below the tee level Water in front, OB behind You can only see the top of the flag The hole is so sadistic that the management built a little snack bar between the green and the next tee for your viewing pleasure.
  14. All I noticed is that the guys in the booth are laughing more now that Zinger's on board.
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