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Plancaster1

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  1. OH I spent some time on youtube alright, I'm invested as far as that goes. I already have a vice, bought a 2x4 basics workbench and shelves for this, bought the epoxy kits, purple ferrules (cause that's my s***), regripping tools, hosel reamers, several dremel bits that I've adapted, groove tool, brass shaft weights, I'm getting ready to get the DIY ball bearing spine finder but I get the sense I should get something else. I'm working with irons and steel and I have the tools for that for now so I'm going to skip the shaft puller for the moment and practice on my old TA3 irons for awhile, se
  2. So I am newly invested in this journey. My local golf shop charges 10$ to pull, 15$ to install and 10$ to do anything fancy. So I says to my self, "Self, WTF? you can figure this out." Down the rabbit hole I went. So I have several questions: 1. When would I need those brass things that are like fillers? 2. How many times can I heat up and reinstall a shaft before it begins to deteriorate? 3. .370 and .355, whats up and how many/what type of clubs use which size? I'm a bit confused on this one btw. 4. Graphite shafts, how will I know if I overheated it with my
  3. 1. How will a SeeMore putter could help your game? MY main issue is alignment, I can't seem to start the ball on the line I have in my mind's eye and I need to amend my routine to include something that can accomplish this. 2. What is your handicap? 10.3 index 3. Location? Orange County, CA 4. What style of putter do you tend to prefer I've always preferred a traditional anser style blade, recently tried mallets of all kinds and even the oxygen putter 5. What are the strengths and weaknesses of your putting? I seem to be able to get distance correct outside of 10' but inside of 5,
  4. Good morning, I'm definitely interested. I have an epic sub zero 9 degree with an x stiff shaft if you are interested. My name is Paul and I am located in so cal
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