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  1. Thanks guys, I'm going to send it down the road with no claims other than detailed pictures. The market can decide the rest. I'm always amazed at the amazing resource of people we have here. I will do my part to chime in on the things I have experience with in the future. Rob
  2. Hi, I came across a Scotty Cameron TeI3 Del Mar Two, Long Slant in the original finish and it has a "T" stamp in the cavity. The rest of the putter is engraved and appears to be entirely stock except being a couple of degrees flat. Does anyone have any thoughts on what if anything the stamp signifies? I've read that he used a "naked" T prior to the circle T but I'm not getting my hopes up. Thanks!
  3. Do as much homework as you can on the fitters in your area. Too many people get put into clubs that travelled the farthest total distance on a juiced indoor monitor that end up being detrimental to their game in the real world. Get yourself as educated as you can and tag along with your dad to his fitting so you can help look at the numbers and asking questions while he concentrates on swinging the club and describing what he likes from a looks/feel perspective. Have fun!
  4. I would recommend looking up a Ping fitter in your area and trusting their process. Sight unseen, the i210’s seem like a good place to start. There is also a ton of clubs from 10-15 years ago that fit your criteria on the used market, if you just want to dip your toe in the water to see what you might like.
  5. Ping has irons available with retro spec lofts.
  6. How about the 58.06 bent weak to add some bounce?
  7. RobS14526

    Phil M.

    Maybe Phil is just using his tournament rounds to work on things for his money matches.
  8. A buddy of mine reshafted his i200’s and had to borrow my shaft puller for steel shafts. They were very stubborn, but the heat didn’t permanently mark the finish. He did need some blue away to clean up some heat discoloring. Also, that same stubbornness is in play when installing the new shafts. The bottom of the hosel bore is very tight and it’s easy to not fully seat the shaft if you’re not careful. i love Ping gear but they are quirky as heck for aftermarket club work.
  9. > @LICC said: > > @bscinstnct said: > > > @LICC said: > > > > @bscinstnct said: > > > > > @LICC said: > > > > > > @bscinstnct said: > > > > > > > @bigred90gt said: > > > > > > > > @LICC said: > > > > > > > > > @bigred90gt said: > > > > > > > > > The last time the Open was at St Andrews the winning score was -15 after 4 days. That is -3.75/day average for the week. So, 68.25 scoring average over 4 days won the tournament. &g
  10. This is the answer. People wondering what, if anything, the USGA is going to do are underestimating the R&A’s influence. > @marmooskapaul said: > All of the dreary links courses in the "old country"...lol...especially Hoylake
  11. > @clevited said: > > @RobS14526 said: > > > @clevited said: > > > > @RobS14526 said: > > > > I don’t think there is anyone associated with golf’s ruling bodies that want to negate someone’s distance advantage amongst their peers. They seem to be interested in making sure the game at its highest level is scaled appropriately to “fit” on existing championship courses. Watching the last Open at St Andrews it became apparent to me that they were going to do something. The Old Course was a pitch and putt when play wasn’t suspended for wind. They’re goi
  12. > @clevited said: > > @RobS14526 said: > > I don’t think there is anyone associated with golf’s ruling bodies that want to negate someone’s distance advantage amongst their peers. They seem to be interested in making sure the game at its highest level is scaled appropriately to “fit” on existing championship courses. Watching the last Open at St Andrews it became apparent to me that they were going to do something. The Old Course was a pitch and putt when play wasn’t suspended for wind. They’re going to do something whether we like it or not. It’s naive to think that players a
  13. I don’t think there is anyone associated with golf’s ruling bodies that want to negate someone’s distance advantage amongst their peers. They seem to be interested in making sure the game at its highest level is scaled appropriately to “fit” on existing championship courses. Watching the last Open at St Andrews it became apparent to me that they were going to do something. The Old Course was a pitch and putt when play wasn’t suspended for wind. They’re going to do something whether we like it or not. It’s naive to think that players at that level aren’t going to continue to get faster or more
  14. I still have my set but I’m back to my z545’s. The Srixon’s have taken on a lot of challengers and keep finding their way back into my bag. I should really stop trying, but I continue to chase the dragon.
  15. > @"Bill Broderick" said: > If anyone is looking for a **large** Norse Primaloft II, 2nd Swing is selling them on ebay for $77.99 (plus $4.99 shipping) > [Oxford Blue](https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Mens-Ping-Norse-Primaloft-Jacket-II-Large-L-Oxford-Blue-S03373-MSRP-189/392418619945?hash=item5b5df8f229:g:LVYAAOSwCnBddn5o "Oxford Blue") > [snorkel Blue](https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Mens-Ping-Norse-Primaloft-Jacket-II-Large-L-Snorkel-Blue-S03373-MSRP-189/401871515691?hash=item5d9168b02b:g:PsEAAOSwpopdb93i "Snorkel Blue") > or on their own site for $74.99 (no shipping) > [Ox
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