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  1. 10.5 is the correct loft. I was looking at the one I'm keeping right before making this post. edit has been made to original post.
  2. These do not come with the tools or head covers. One more note on the 3 wood you can see a small chip just below and right of the water mark.
  3. Note these clubs have a some imperfections! I think that comes from the fall out of the hurricane in Houston where I got them from. Having said that they are New but rate a 8.5 to 9 out of 10. I'm going with the Titleist 917 D3 Driver and 3 wood instead of these. Both Clubs are stock: 1. 10.5 CBB with a Stiff Project X HZRDUS. The marks on the top are only on the plastic. There is also a noticeable mark on the loft marking To cover my price plus shipping and paypal fees: $215 obo 2. 15* CBB Sub Zero with a stiff Fujikura Pro 72. This one the plastic came off and as you can se
  4. Note these clubs have a some imperfections! I think that comes from the fall out of the hurricane in Houston where I got them from. Having said that they are New but rate a 8.5 to 9 out of 10. I'm going with the Titleist 917 D3 Driver and 3 wood instead of these. Both Clubs are stock: 1. 9.5 CBB with a Stiff Project X HZRDUS. In the photos you can see what looks to be a couple scratches on the top under the plastic. I will take the plasitc off and check if I have serious buyers. There is also a noticeable mark on the loft marking To cover my price plus shipping and paypal fees:
  5. I have had a couple people say something similar. "You need to at least check it off the list"
  6. I just got a tee time on golfnow @ Quintero Golf Club for 100 at 1104. There was 3 spots left if anyone would like to join me for my last round in AZ this trip. TJ
  7. Hopefully someone will see this this and weight in before to long today(11/19/2017). Teeoff has many courses on their site. I'm TDY back here to Luke AFB. We are some good courses that no one really ever talks about that are close. I know the Wigwams and Verrado courses. Looking for a track that is cheap and in good shape. Thanks
  8. So that was one of the questions asked. At this time Olin's wife is working on a templet for mallets. So stand by for those.
  9. Same here! That's kind of why I'm drawn to them. Being that my grand father, great and great great grand father was Cherokee Indian I have always had an eye for it. Also my mom got me into it with some of the work she did on some Reservations in New Mexico.
  10. Its a bottle opener like said up above. The only reason I knew that is because everyone else I use to play with drank like fish.
  11. Hey let me have my day :)! you may be right, but I got to watch the process of it being made and that adds a wow factor to me. Plus the title is to get views for a great craftsman. I love every thing I have ever got from him. And talking to him in person and hearing what he has done for his costumers, is a MAJOR bonus. Stuff of companies wouldn't do.
  12. I missed out on the 599 price. I went into the local 2nd swing here in Phoenix to hit them. The Passing points with the S400 Tour Issue shafts, I was getting about 10 yards more then any other set up. I wish I would have pulled the trigger!
  13. Before I forget. These are pendleton covers made from Woolen Mill Blankets. They are hand made here in the USA be Native Americans in Northern Arizona. The Four Corners Region.
  14. So I met a guy buy the name of Olin Littleman today while at Lamont Mann's place. I guess he was stopping by to talk, well what a treat for me. The dude was nice and very humble. He had amazing story behind his product, about the name and emblem. For me, I could tell it wasn't a sales pitched like a lot of people give because he lite up like a light bulb when he was talking. I felt his passion about it as he talked. I'm not going to tell the story, I will leave that to him. Olin if you are out there, it was a pleasure to meet you. ***If you get a blanket in with bight colors, I would
  15. The tool it self is made out of titanium and was stamped with Cactus all over and three small circles for the nose, one larger circle for the eye and then the gills. The piece was torched and came out amazing. Keep up the Solid work! Oh, If you see this post, I love my putter, and the machine will not be in the game bag anytime soon!
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