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  1. I'm an attorney, so when I "stick it" to people, I don't use a needle. I'll have to consult with my doctor son!
  2. What do you folks use to put the solvent into the grip cap? I've got a bottle with a spout, and that's not real conducive to getting the solvent into the hole.
  3. 1. City, State? Plano, TX 2. Handicap? 3 3. How would the Apex Utility Wood fit into your bag? In that black hole where most put a 2-hybrid or 5-wood. I NEED something in between! 4. Why do you want to test the Callaway Apex Utility Wood? See answer immediately above. 5. Do you agree to take high quality photos, write an in-depth review, and be part of an on-going testing thread? Absolutely!
  4. 1. Plano, TX 2. 3 3. Odyssey 2-Ball Fang 4. Nope! 5. Because I can't make putts with anything else!!! 6. Sure!
  5. Maybe the hard bunkers in Arizona are different than the ones in the Dallas area. Think "pavement". High bounce and an open clubface won't work in the parking lot, and they won't work on the really hardpan "bunkers" at some of the less expensive course I play.
  6. 1. Must subscribe to Club Champion's YouTube channel - check 2. Search for your local Club Champion location - check 3. What Club Champion location would you get fit at? - Dallas 4. Have you been fit for clubs before? - No 5. What part of your bag could use a fitting? - all of it?
  7. Congratulations to everyone who has read this thread and NOT commented on the "puring". We don't need another thread on that!
  8. If you're not completely convinced that duct tape is a bad idea, I'll add my $0.02. My extra clubs stay in my garage (yes, if they behaved well enough, they could stay inside the air conditioned house, but they're not and that's why they are serving time in the garage). It gets hot in Texas. It gets hot in my garage. I noticed that there was grey goo slowly creeping its way down from the grips that had duct tape under them; the "rivers of goo" sometimes were 8" to 10" in length. PITA to clean that stuff off if I want to give a club a reprieve and let it earn its way back into the happy bag. And removing the tape? I thought that if I put it on top of single sided tape that it shouldn't be a problem. I was dead wrong. Just don't do it.
  9. Weight is the issue. If you fill it up completely with glue, it's not going to break off, but it's not as heavy as the metal that was drilled out. It all depends on how heavy you need that head to be!
  10. When I watch BD putt, I swear he's at more than 80. I know he fought with the USGA over several iterations of putters, but my gosh, he looks like he's at 85 degrees.
  11. Very poetic, Last Chance. You are exactly the kind of "new golfer" the sport needs!
  12. On the subject of shoes, I had to keep several pair in a storage unit for a year. Not climate controlled. Several of the soles separated from the shoes, and a coupe of the Nikes' hard plastic portions (heel cups, etc.) shattered like glass. Strangest thing. I don't leave Nike shoes in the trunk anymore! Probably best not to leave any shoes in there. I've read that putting a radiant barrier over the top of everything in the trunk makes a big difference, but I haven't tried it yet.
  13. Wow, this is a tough crowd! I'd like to know which long haul tractor trailer rig, empty, has the best acceleration. "You can't have both." "Long haul tractor trailers don't have good acceleration!" I'm going to guess that ONE of the rigs accelerates faster than the rest; not as fast as your Corvette or Porsche, but quicker than the other tractor trailer rigs. Come on, give the OP a break! We all have a tremendous sense of what is "compact" and what is more "forgiving" in irons. Of all the teeny tiny irons you've hit, which one has seemed the most forgiving to you? Not an impossible question to answer, fellas!
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