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  1. Golfworks ferrule tool and hammer work like a charm. Little bit of sanding inside helps too. Hot water etc... BTW, if those are C-Taper Lite shafts, they and KBS Tour-V, from my experience have always been tighter to get ferrules on.
  2. There are plenty of aftermarket weights which would be easier to tinker with rather than dropping in 8 grams of melt. Sole Neutral Rear is an ideal place. Go through the slot in head where the shaft is
  3. just probably feels the shaft better and knows what makes it go left wish I did in my swing lol
  4. Callaway double dots lots of tour pros actually prefer offset
  5. Broken Niblick gets a lot of tour stuff head is legit and ships very fast
  6. Gotta be tipped. He used to use stiff flex with 2” tipped cause he liked how it felt better
  7. Louis used to use a motore 6.2 tour spec stuff flex tipped 2” cause he liked the flex point don’t be surprised the Alta is tipped 2+”
  8. indoor dining will probably open up. Hot tub no
  9. BT - 1,2,3,45,17,18 or 1,2,3,16,17,18 Thing is you might be running into people finishing their round PD works well with 1-7 since you don't have to worry about people finishing their round. And you don't want to be caught in the dark on BT Old Mac 1,2,3,12,13,14,15,16,17,18 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,16,17,18
  10. It’s a thread about tee marks on the face of a driver. next thing you’re gonna hear about is face wear on irons
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