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  1. Some of the older Ray Cook Blue Goose putters would fit the bill. I believe Scotty Cameron had a hand in production once upon a time...
  2. I'd send both of my Anser Xs off to PING for spa treatments: tungsten weights, sound slots, new/improved putter-specific shafts, face milling, the works. Whatever was left over I'd sink into some cool headcovers...
  3. Your Rocket J. Squirrel headcover is the sh*t...
  4. Same. My main bag has a G400 Max but my backup has a K15...
  5. I would pay forged iron level money for a new set of conforming groove Eye 2s with reduced offset, heavier heads, and tons of stock shaft options. Even if they did a short run, I'm sure something like I described would sell quickly...
  6. I'd go 48*/53*/58* like the old Eye2+ wedges...
  7. This is the best solution. An even better, equipment-related solution is to just buy older (G30 series and before) PING irons...
  8. I want Eye2s with modern grooves, reduced offset, stronger lofts, and a multitude of shaft options. That's not too much to ask...
  9. I had to look this up and I'm still not sure what it is...
  10. I have a set in my backup bag and I'll never get rid of them. I agree with all of the positive comments on the ISIs. They are durable, forgiving, and consistent. Arguably the best iron Karsten's engineers ever designed...
  11. PING K15 driver (2010) Callaway GBB Hawk Eye 5 wood (1998) Callaway Big Bertha Warbird 7 & 9 woods (1998) PING ISI-S irons (1998) PING Anser X putter (1998 ?)
  12. I'm not a fan of hybrids either, so I have steel shafted Big Bertha Warbird Heavenwood and Divine Nine that do that work.
  13. That work is typical of Ron. He is a master of his craft and a wonderful guy to boot. I had a set of patent pending Eye2s that were in the worst possible state. The previous owner had used a Dremel to etch his initials into the toe on the face of every single iron. They looked terrible, like an insane and somewhat mentally-challenged child had wanted to deface them in the worst possible way. When Ron got done with them, there wasn't even the slightest indication that they'd been messed with at all.
  14. One would certainly and truly be at a loss buying that hideous thing (money, pride, dignity, etc.) I've not seen anything like that before and, hopefully, I won't ever see one again. Thanks for sharing though...
  15. Very artistic. The beads are well done (not globular) and don't impede the face or cavity areas. The sole is just sublime...
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