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  1. Putt out mat on a hard surface makes for a fairly quick roll.
  2. You just have to have the right audience. But you are right a lot of people don't care and/or don't know.
  3. Has anyone gotten along better with an X flex shaft in say their driver but S flex in their fairway woods?
  4. Greetings. I have a like new Mitsubishi Diamana TB 70S with a Titleist adapter. Measures 43" from grip to tip. Grip is a new golf pride 360. Asking $200 shipped. West coast shipping additional.
  5. Greetings. I have a very new and very clean Titleist TSi 2 15 deg 3 wood I would like to sell. It has seen two rounds and 5-7 non range balls. There is a very slight mark on the face from ball impact, otherwise it is flawless. It has the factory Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw white 75g S flex shaft. It will come with the factory TSi headcover as well as a leather Titleist headcover. Asking $SOLD
  6. Yes sir. D1 is taking 3/4 of a degree of loft off and will take some spin off and keep the face open slightly to help take out the left miss. The standard white weight is 8g. The red is 10g and labeled +2. The blue weight is 12g labeled +4. You can can even use two weights in the weight track.
  7. It looks like he has the red +2 (10g) weight in the weight track but a little difficult to tell from the picture. Playing it at 9.25 degrees of loft.
  8. Agreed, great shafts. I am trying some out now in my fairway woods.
  9. My closest Fujikura dealer is Dan's High-Tech Golf (Tallahassee, Fl) I am excited to hit the Speeder NX shaft because it seems to be the perfect blend of smoothness and stability. 60g S flex
  10. This thread is right up my alley. I am on the fence between the F3 and RDX blue for my fairway woods. I play the Diamana TB in my driver so I am familiar with the "blue board" feel which I would assume would be similar in the RDX blue. Jomaddy, my swing characteristics sound very similar to yours. The F3 seems like a nice overall profile that is active yet stable and Fujikura has spent some time perfecting this new Motore line so I would think it is very legit. Decisions decisions................
  11. Greetings. I am in search of a fairway wood shaft for my 3 and 5 wood and have narrowed my picks down to the Fuji Motore X F3 and the Hzrdus RDX blue. I am an average SS of 100-103 and I am not a heavy loader or have a quick transition so I prefer the two profiles of these shafts. I am also a high spin player and do not have an issue with getting the ball into the air. Any insight would be appreciated. Many thanks.
  12. Greetings. I have a Nippon Modus Tour 105 in 4 iron standard length. Never used and pulled as soon as I bought the club. No grip. $30 shipped. Two Nippon Modus 125 Wedge flex shafts used two rounds then pulled from a standard 56 and 60 deg wedge. Golfpride 360 grips----SOLD
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