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Ric Herber

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  1. The loft/lie machine, shaft vice, and bending bar are still available.
  2. [quote name='Ric Herber' timestamp='1407787194' post='9911449'] The shaft extractor is sold. The swing weight scale is sold. The Club Scout is sold. [/quote] All PMs responded to.
  3. The shaft extractor is sold. The swing weight scale is sold. The Club Scout is sold. Club Auditor is sold.
  4. I'm not as active in golf as I used to be, so I'm selling my club making tools. 1. Maltby shaft extractor with wrench. This unit is in very good condition and makes pulling club heads a breeze. Ferrel splitter included. SOLD 2. Kaufman Club Scout II. This unit is used to find and tune club frequencies and, with the included laser, locate the spine in shafts. It is also in very good condition. SOLD 3. Golfsmith loft/lie gauge in excellent condition. $225 4. Golfsmith club bending bar. Heavy duty and in excellent condition. $40 5. Golfsmith shaft clamp. Is held by a vise and is in good conditi
  5. Ping Eye 2+, Scratch Wedge, Swing Radar#1 - Ping Eye 2+ irons orange dot. Actually, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, and W are orange dot Eye 2+ with matching numbers and the 3 and 6 irons are red dot Eye 2 with different numbers. They are in good condition with the original shafts and like new (unused) Ping grips. The pictures should show everything. $100 shipped in the CONUS. #2 - Scratch 56*, JLM TNC wedge in very good condition with a Dynamic Gold S300 and a Winn Excel grip (very good condition). The hosel has a mark where the loft was adjusted back to spec (see picture). All of my wedges are Scratch J
  6. I need these because my current set causes me to play terrible. A new set is all I need to be playing scratch golf. Count me in.
  7. I thought I'd throw my 2 cents in. I am not a great golfer (a little better than bogey golf) and have been trying to find a wedge set that I was comfortable with. I've tried all sorts of wedges trying to find the one that suits me. Let's face it, I'm a wedge ho. I currently have well over 2 dozen wedges sitting on the shelf. A couple of months ago, I finally bit the bullet and bought a 52* SND JLM wedge after going through Scratch's on-line fitting process. Is it worth the money? I now have a 56* and a 60* also. Two months ago if you told me I would spend that much money on 3 wedges, I woul
  8. I have a Chikara 57*, 2* flat production wedge for sale. It is in good condition with the original grip in excellent condition. I tried to love this wedge for 6 months but it just isn't my cup of tea. This is a beautifully made wedge! This is your chance to try the legend. $150 shipped in the CONUS. Paypal is king.
  9. Being the club ho and tinkerer that I am, I was looking at some Ping Eye 2's I have sitting around that need refinishing and thought they would look real nice with a Guyson finish on them. I know I can send them back to Ping for refinishing but where's the fun in that. I have a small blast cabinet but I don't know what media and what grade I need to reproduce the guyson type finish. Any information is greatly appreciated.
  10. I have two new Callaway X-Tour chrome wedges for sale. The 52* has 11* bounce and the 56* has 13* bounce. Neither one has been hit and they still have the Callaway inventory stickers on the shafts. $75 each or $140 for both shipped in the CONUS. Paypal is king. Only trade interest is for a Sonartec 58* T35 or T46 wedge.
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