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  1. [quote name='Jasarii' timestamp='1335316485' post='4784036'] I have two dozen of my beloved TM TP Red.LDP left...Not sure if I will ever take them out of the box, lol. I bought a 50 bucket from Lost golfBall.com months ago...and have been using them...too bad they are all gone now...Sad stuff...I refuse to spend money on the Penta. You never know...Maybe Taylomade will re-release the TP RED.LDP one day...but it would take one hellva lot of calls from players all over the US demanding it. [/quote] This is entirely a guess, but often times manufacturers make odd product redesign decisio
  2. [quote name='miz85uno' timestamp='1320357678' post='3756143'] well after reading all the hype about this ball, i decided to give them a try, so i bought a dozen off the bay...low spin??? well yeah compared to the penta and prov1 the reds do spin less off the tee but nothing too impressive...compared the reds to the srixon xv and prov1x and i was getting noticeably more side/back spin with the tp reds. the launch of these balls were noticeably lower then the xv and prov1x, but the rise and fall of the reds was more dramatic as well...downwind shots looked like the ball was knocked out of the s
  3. Right. Because the way my current case encloses a flat ribbon cable, it is really a pain to have to take off/put on my case on my iPhone...
  4. So there is a 26g difference between the two, or to put it another way, approximately a 25% increase in weight if one were to use an iPhone vs. the iPod Touch. I know that people have been saying that clipping it close to the grip makes minimal difference on the putting stroke, but would it be significantly better to get the Touch just so that it's closer to the actual weight of the putter? I have the iPhone, but my triple SIM case will make using the Ping cradle a gigantic hassle and not sure if it's worth it to buy the Touch just for this.
  5. I am interested in the band/watch interface. Had one of those cool nike sports watches with the angled LCD. But the band broke after a year or two and nike did not provide repair service for the band which was integral to the watch face. Nor could you get a replacement part to fix it. If I had this watch, I'm not sure if I'd want to wear it every day....
  6. To put it in a different perspective, would you play one less round so you can use your SC year round? Personally, I would, although I don't like yearly fees.
  7. The favorable reviews in the App Store are plants. Mine crashes, too, during the middle of play. I compared this with a bunch of other iPhone apps, and thought that this had best potential, but they need to seriously work out the bugs to get this out of beta. Golfshot is much more stable, in my experience. (but I am partial to my dedicated golf gps as I don't have to worry about draining my battery or waking the phone from sleep between shots and waiting for the GPS signal to be captured, or having to worry about sand mucking up the buttons on my phone while it's in my pocket)
  8. Having several tags seems a bit like having multiple one-day lift tickets on a zipper pull.
  9. Don't some private clubs store your clubs for you? Also in some countries where golf is an upscale activity, a bag tag is a must for porters/ bellboys to match your bag to the right five person power cart, especially the Far East.
  10. I believe. Got the TSP and, frankly, was a bit intimidated seeing it in real life, as a high teens (cough, cough, BS, cough) handicap. I can hit down on the ball with a regular club, but I have to "force" myself to do it and on lazy driving range days, I don't hit down enough and these lazy range day swings seem to always show up on the course. You know, weight on back foot at finish, hitting it fat, or thin. I tried it on the driving range and I gotta say, this club really forced me to not only hit down on the ball, but also almost made such a swing natural after a dozen swings. W
  11. Well, for my Matrix ozik xcon, I was told that the shaft logo down is best, but that for their non-ozik line, that logo up is best. So the nbp per bb test would put the nbp at 3 o'clock for th logo to be down. Called them and left a voicemail and then 15 mins later they called me and left a voicemail- talk about customer service!
  12. [quote name='LBlack14' timestamp='1285207618' post='2709583'] What kind of clamp you using? How much tip weight? [/quote] Using a golfsmith clamp/vise dedicated for golf shafts, but no tip weight, so my attempt at flo may not be so accurate.
  13. Ok, that is making some more sense. I've been reading this and that on the internet and got confused with my haphazard reading. I bought this pull with the mark on the masking tape supposed to be the "spine," according to the seller: But my clubfitter found the mark to be the NBP, using the ball bearing tool. The clubfitter recommended the mark to be oriented at 9 o'clock, so the shaft is pretty much logo up. The confusing thing is that the clubfitter didn't correct me when I said that the mark on the shaft is supposed to be the spine and he said that the spine was correctly marked.
  14. My first foray into getting my shaft's spine aligned. So if at address, the 12 o'clock position is away from the body and the 9 o'clock position is down range, in the direction the struck ball travels, which one is best? Naturally, I would think that the spine at 9 (or 3) o'clock would be best, but when I put the shaft on the vice, the oscillation seemed more flat when the spine was at the 12 o'clock position. Much thanks.
  15. Like mentioned before, I have one solely for my driver on grass tees days at the range. Often they are just slightly dislodged after a swing and I just have to push it down a bit.
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