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  1. Yeah, I’m over in CT and it would’ve been a great day to fly a kite. Assuming that the finish done was the match the original? Is that black oxide?
  2. I might drive through a hurricane for this one. Any way to confirm who did the refinish? Is there a laser etched serial number on the back of the hosel?
  3. I went to the nicest course in my area and someone stole my Scotty. So, I'm here offsetting a sunk cost. No trade interests other than Scottys. And maybe an LAB. Mevo SOLD: I used this for the winter and it really helped keep me sharp and dial in my partial wedge shots. In perfect condition, with the original box, carrying sleeve, and plenty of metal dots. I'll also include the hard shell case pictured and the small tripod. I could never get a definitive answer from Flightscope on what they meant by placing the Mevo "at ball level," and so I used this tripod when hitting driver off a Fiberbuilt mat. It seemed to give slightly better numbers. Tour Chrome SM7 52 & 58 SOLD I bought these new and used them for a season. I'd like to sell as a set. Still plenty of life left, though the grips could use replacing. -58.14 K, 1 degree upright, standard length (35") -52.12 F, 1 degree upright, standard length (35.5")
  4. Yeesh, yeah, thanks for the heads up!
  5. Two items up for sale today. Trade interests are a Stadry or LinksMaster bag and a LAB 2.1. All prices include shipping CONUS. 1. G400 10.5 with Ping Tour 65s shaft: $250 $200 I gamed this for a little less than a year. Standard length for this shaft, which is 45.25". Grip is a Lamkin UTX with two extra wraps. No headcover but I will ship it well protected. 2. Scotty Cameron Circa 62 No.3: SOLD All original, including the Baby T grip. Standard 35" specs. I gamed this for several years but it's been used sparingly since 2015. Always kept in a headcover; it has the brush marks and little nicks of a gamer but the top line is clean and that carbon feel can't be beat. I'll include the Club Cameron head cover pictured.
  6. This might be the most interesting thread on wrx. A secret society of golfers with possible prison gang connections. Deadspin incoming
  7. These are excellent! I golf a lot in South America and have heard great things about golf in Argentina. I'm going to add this to the Big List of Headcovers and order an alignment stick cover
  8. Added! Yeah, these are definitely a good value.
  9. What’s A weight? Assuming it’s heavier, hence the increased MOI? I play 59s and the 6 is where things start to get dicey. GLWS
  10. Check out BlueBirdie, their designs look great
  11. Yeah, there's a lot! And you're right, for the most part they're small companies, run by just two or three people. Could a mid-mallet cover fit?
  12. Added, thanks for the rec! I've never seen driver headcovers designed like that
  13. I’d look at golden soul for your hybrid cover. But there’s also the above mentioned list, which I subjectively recommend
  14. Spotted these yesterday. The design looks great. https://www.adidas.com/us/codechaos-21-primeblue-spikeless-golf-shoes/FZ0361.html
  15. I didn't recognize a single one of those proper nouns! So yeah, maybe not. Cheers, though, because this software would make @FlightScope Mevo the best product in that sub-$500 segment.
  16. I hadn't heard that SWAG bought EP, but yeah that makes sense; SWAG will use EP for in-house design and construction. So was the Chunky Dunk cover their last EP-made headcover?
  17. Are they using a new company on their putter covers? I believe EP was making them, right? Interested to know how the quality compares once you have it
  18. This is really excellent, and exactly the sort of thing Flightscope should be offering. Now that winter is over, I've got a great piece of technology with a lot less utility. If you sent me these files, how easy would it be to run them myself?
  19. Great looking bag! Can you tell me if the dividers fully boxed?
  20. @jas904 already linked to the full list I made, which I've kept updating. Most of those companies do custom work, but if your son knows exactly what he wants in terms of design and fabric, I'd suggest Delilah, who is the industry standard, PushCut, which is on instagram, and Rawhide, as mentioned above. Good luck!
  21. I'd say start with determining if you want cord in your grip because that will narrow things down for you. I grew up playing in Florida and cord was necessary for the humid, swamp a** days. From there, figure out what firmness you like--the cord or semi-corded grips all tend to the firmer side; Winn seems to specialize in softer grips. For firmness, you'd have to go to a golf store and put them all in your hands. Finally, size. This is what has given me fits. That's all trial and error: mid-size vs standard with 3 wraps, and everything in between. As for price, most grips are within a 3-4 dollar range, with the exception of the leather grips. I think once you determine the first two variables, price is an obvious decision.
  22. I got a similar price on mine, but then the club’s pro shop cancelled the order—the wait time was too long and I wasn’t a member. I have a question, though, can anyone tell me if the dividers in the members bag are boxed?
  23. Who was the fitter? I've had a few fittings, and more than once decided not to buy because I had the sense I wasn't getting the full complement of options. Sounds like this could have been Howard Jones himself
  24. You're welcome! It's among the more useful ways I've spent my time in the last year
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