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  1. Price includes continental US shipping, PayPal only, and no trades. Tour Issue Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero Triple Diamond Driver Head Very Rare 9 degrees of loft TC Serial Number (Tour Issue) SOLD
  2. Howard, this is great and what I was looking for. Much appreciated Two follow up questions: (1) I play my irons 1/2” longer will that have any effect on the chart? (2) What you recommended for the 3-5 iron makes a lot of sense. Wasn’t the idea about the Tour Concept that the 8-PW had a stiffer flex? If so, shouldn’t the 8-PW DGX100 be hard stepped and not soft stepped? Therefore, put a 9 shaft into a 8 head, PW shaft into a 9 head, not sure what else you can put in the PW head except the PW shaft. Also, can I keep the 6 iron shaft in the 6 iron head an
  3. Since True Temper no longer makes the Tour Concepts X1 (constant weight flighted shafts) is there a way to create a flighted set with X100s? For instance, could you softstep the 3-5 iron, 6-7 normal, hardstep the 8-PW? Would this work since Tour Concept was constant weight just different flexes in the shaft? Any feedback on flighting X100s would be appreciated. Thanks
  4. I currently play Modus 120x in my irons. Do flighted shafts (Monaco, DG Pro, KBS Tour FLT, etc.) work? I am more concerned about bringing the flight down on my 8-PW more so than getting 4-5 iron higher. If they do work, based on your experience which flighted shaft worked the best in flighting the shot in the higher lofted clubs? None of the fitters in my area have flighted shafts to test unfortunately... Second, is there a way to “flight” the 120x, for instance hard stepping 8-PW to bring the flight down or using 120tx in 8-PW? Any feedback would be app
  5. Looking to get my hands on this driver shaft. Thanks
  6. Doing a little fall purge of golf equipment. All prices include continental US shipping, PayPal only, and no trades. ALL ITEMS SOLD (1) Callaway Legacy Black, 3-P, same type of iron heads that Stenson has played for many years. Shaft is a Nippon N.S. Pro Prototype 2F15 flex s. Standard length, loft, and lie. ***SOLD*** (2) Callaway Apex Pro Dot Tour Issue (TC serial number), 4-P. Shafts on the 4-5 irons are Nippon N.S. Pro Tour 105x and 6-P are Nippon N.S. Pro Tour 120x. Standard length, loft, and lie. $775 OBO for the set
  7. That's roughly true. In that approach, I'd get the 7i (your test club) to your D4 target,....then forget about the swing-weight scale from there and just use exact gram weights for each head Thanks, which method would you recommend? I prefer exact gram weights. With what I mentioned earlier, you could bump the Pw/Gw up to 8 grams Thank you. So just to make sure I understand the process: Get the test club, 7 iron to D4 at the 36 7/8" length Each shaft will be in 3/8" increments Each head will have a 7 gram progression, so in essence there is a 10 gram difference between each club
  8. That's roughly true. In that approach, I'd get the 7i (your test club) to your D4 target,....then forget about the swing-weight scale from there and just use exact gram weights for each head Thanks, which method would you recommend?
  9. Thanks for all the feedback. This does sound like the best of both worlds. So in my specs listed above the lengths are in 3/8" increments and my best fit club is the 7 iron at a D4. Therefore, if I went with the AMT shafts with the 3/8" increments I could put all the irons at D4 (except for the SW & LW) and they would be close to MOI? Yes. May not want to jump up 4 swing weights on the wedges, unless you already know that's a great fit. I'd lean more towards D6 or so. If you want to split hairs, maybe do the Pw/Gw at D4.5 or D5, if you're using the same "discreet length" shaft as
  10. Thanks for all the feedback. This does sound like the best of both worlds. So in my specs listed above the lengths are in 3/8" increments and my best fit club is the 7 iron at a D4. Therefore, if I went with the AMT shafts with the 3/8" increments I could put all the irons at D4 (except for the SW & LW) and they would be close to MOI? Yes. May not want to jump up 4 swing weights on the wedges, unless you already know that's a great fit. I'd lean more towards D6 or so. If you want to split hairs, maybe do the Pw/Gw at D4.5 or D5, if you're using the same "discreet length" shaft as
  11. Thanks for all the feedback. This does sound like the best of both worlds. So in my specs listed above the lengths are in 3/8" increments and my best fit club is the 7 iron at a D4. Therefore, if I went with the AMT shafts with the 3/8" increments I could put all the irons at D4 (except for the SW & LW) and they would be close to MOI?
  12. Got it, so there really is no benefit to the AMT shafts for what I want to do. I assume the weight discrepancy in the AMT shafts is not enough to make it an MOI match on its own? If so, probably best just to stick with DG X100 and do the half swingweight by 3/8” progression.
  13. Going to work with my club fitter/builder to make some new irons that are progressively weighted. Based on my research on this forum I think I have it figured out for the most part but do have a few questions. Here is the setup I am looking at having built: Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts Iron SW Length 2i D1.5 38 6/8 3i D2 38 3/8 4i D2.5 38 5i D3 37 5/8 6i D3.5 37 2/8 7i D4 36 7/8 8i D4.5 36 4/8 9i D5 36 1/8 PW D5.5 35 6/8 GW D5.5 35 6/8 SW D8 35 6/8 LW D8 35 6/8 Here are my quest
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