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  1. Hi y’all, just saw the Mizuno mp20. Man what a good looking iron. I love the look of the Wilson staff blade as well. I’ve that that is the best looking iron for all of 2019. Just curious what you guys think in terms of looks or which blade is your favorite. wont be gaming them but fun to look at !
  2. I scuffed my white hot pro odyssey putter on either the sole or spike of my golf shoe. It’s definitely a scuff and not a scratch. I’ve tried to buff it out using nail polish remover, wd 40 and a magic eraser (not at the same time and they were suggestions from google searches). None of that worked. Does anyone have any other suggestions?
  3. Recently I picked up an old bettinardi bb8 made in 2000 and I absolutely love it. But I kinda want a newer model. Does the bb8 from 2000 sit and look like the bb8 from 2016 or are their differences. Please help
  4. Looking for descent set of irons right now I just have a big mix bag of irons and wanted something all the same I usually shoot around 90 to 95
  5. All prices are PP and shipped CONUS. I am not looking for any trades right now with the exception of a Jones Player series walking bag. I will listen to offers and as always bundling on shipping saves. Thanks for looking and feel free to ask any questions. Scratch AR-1 4-P KBS Tour X original Pure grips with the Scratch logo. I would replace the grips at some point this year if I were to keep them. I haven't been able to get the LLL checked but everything feels standard. I got them in April and they are just a little too much stick for me. Keeping them for now. TaylorMade Original One Mini Driver 13.5 I got it brand new and it has hit one ball. It has lead tape on it, I was being lazy this morning but I will remove it before shipping or if you want a picture of it. I went with the 11.5 instead. It had the stock regular flex shaft. I can split the head and shaft up. I will ship it with the original HC that has never been outside. - $250 for club $200 head. Seamus 2019 US Open driver HC. This is the HC that you could only buy at the merch tent. I did take it off the original packaging but it had the hanger with it. Used once. -$100 Sugarloaf Social Club Pimento Cheese Navy tour book cover. I think this was the 2018 cover but I can't remember exactly. It has some use but is in really good shape over all. - $95 Sugarloaf Social Club Pimento Camo hat. I tired it on once, doesn't fit my head. -$30 2 Masters hats, one green, one white. I got them sometime in early 2010's, lightly worn. Masters Hats Sold!
  6. So I am rusting a SM7 vokey wedge. It was originally black but I used naval jelly to remove the finish. Sanded it down a bit too just to make sure I was underneath all the finish. I made a solution of hyrdogen peroxide 16oz, White Wine Vinegar 2oz, and Salt 1/2oz. I applied it to the wedge and BOOM instantly starts rusting. HOWEVA I can't get it to keep the rust on it. Once it drys its nice and rusted and kinda rough. All good things but the second I play with it I hit a shot wipe my wedge and take a bunch of rust right with me. Is this how its always going to be. Should I use more solution maybe soak it a bit? Any advice would be great! Thank you
  7. Really amazing set that I bought on here several years ago and never ended up gaming. Time for these to go to someone that will use them. These have seen about 10 rounds total - great shape, no browning, no major nicks or dings, some light bag chatter. Great chance to get your hands on one of the nicest SB-1 - 5i-PW w/ AR-1 4i - polished finish, no paintfill D/S Grind PX Satin 6.0 shafts Blue Lamkin Grips Plays to a 39 inch 5i, and the 9i and PW play to the same length (I bought them that way and never changed it). Looking for $550 OBO shipped I have a ton of pictures, so happy to send more if needed PW (most wear and chatter) 8i 4i
  8. Miura 1957 Baby Blades 4-PW (heads only). -condition (9.5/10) Hit on the range. Some clubs still haven’t seen a ball! The 7 iron has a minor scuff on the toe. Otherwise, new condition! I can send more pictures if needed. Asking $1200 Miura tournament 001 mb’s -4-pw -Kbs tour x- stiff shafts p-5, 4 has a recoil x shaft -golf pride new decade grips (new) -great condition (8/10) Asking $850 Miura Limited Forged Black Mb’s -3- PW. -true temper black gold x-stiff shafts -golf pride new decade midsize grips (new) -great condition (8/10) (Grooves are still mint. The heads do have a bit of the finish worn off but it happens with the black. The photos don’t really do it justice. I can take more photos soon of natural light if wanted!) condition 8/10. Asking $ 950 All prices include shipping. Will ship to US and Canada.
  9. I've got a wedding to pay for, so thinning the herd a bit. All prices are shipped. Please feel free to ask any questions and I will do my best to answer them, unless its calculus. I hated calculus. 1. ) **Hand Milled Scratch Putter**- One of the first Hand Milled putters from Scratch, made by Jeff McCoy in a raw finish. It is center shafted with a milled face, Scratch logo and "CRAIGO" stamped into the face. Lead tape on the bottom for added weight, however, this can be removed. The finish does show some patina, but overall in great condition. 34" shaft with a gray PURE oversized grip and includes the white and green magnetic headcover. **$325 OBO** 2. ) ** Scratch 8620 Wedge Set - 50/53/58** This wedge set is in great condition. Custom all white color scheme with custom white paint-fill on all stamping and white Golf Pride grips. Shafts are KBS Tour. 58 shows the most face wear, but over all cosmetic scratches. 50 and 53 are conforming, however 58 is non conforming. **$200 OBO** 3. ) **Callaway Diablo Edge Tour 4 Hybrid - 24 Degrees** Fairly used but still has plenty of life left. No major dings or issues. **$50 OBO**
  10. I've been discussing this with my therapist lately (yeah, I'm cray cray). We've been talking about why I should stop asking myself why as this illicits a negative response versus how or what, which provokes you to go into problem solving mode. Example: You've woken up late and missed your flight, you ask yourself why and you do nothing but tell yourself what a piece of trash you are that you overslept. Golf Example: You hit a slice into the woods, yell, "whyyy" and tell yourself how much you suck. Example#2: You've woken up late and missed your flight, you ask yourself how you can resolve the problem (IE: get to where you were going) Golf Example#2: You hit a slice into the woods and ask yourself how you can still make par.Example#3: You've woken up late and missed your flight, you ask yourself what you can do to get to your original destination and how you're going to do it. Golf Example#3: You hit a slice into the woods and ask yourself what you did and how you can make sure it doesn't happen again. Example #3 is the mindset we want as it's the highest level thinking of the three and the most positive. It's a combination of what and how, very powerful stuff. It actually has me playing better golf, my last three rounds have been 78, 82 and 79. With that in mind it has me thinking how I can reach the ultimate goal of scratch handicap or my minor goal of getting into the 3 index range. After discussion with @drewtaylor21 , this is what needs to happen: Aim to hit 12/18 greensScramble at 50%3 putt less than 1x per roundReduce tee shot penalties to less than 1x per round.With the above information, I feel like Haney would be proud to see this list. @PepsiDuck So my question to the rest of the world is how? The obvious answer is to practice the short game, putting and long game (in that order) , however, I'm looking for specifics on what you are doing, not what I need to be doing or what you feel I should be doing. Let the discussion begin!
  11. Good morning fellow WRXers, long-time forum lurker that finally decided to join. Still haven't figured out the signature thing so a little about me: 28 years old with a very homemade swing, have maintained a low single digit handicap for years now (always between 1.6 and 3.5), and legitimately average around 285-300 off the tee depending on fairway conditions. I hit it far enough that most courses around 6500 yards with firm conditions become a driver and flip wedge contest, what should be a recipe for low scores. Alas, I shot 70 and 71 (par 72 courses) numerous times but never could crack the magic number and it ended up becoming a mental block...until I fired a 68 yesterday on a par 72. Here are my takeaways: Golf is not a game of perfect (thanks Dr. Rotella) - It was not a perfect round by any means, made one bogey and one double bogey. As one of my best friends told me last night, it wasn't like I had to blackout and go nuts to do it.Focus on the "small stuff" - The putter and the short game often get overlooked in this current SG:OTT discussion, but they made the round for me. I only hit 8 greens...but had 24 putts. Acceptance acceptance acceptance - I made it a point yesterday to accept the outcome of every shot and not let it affect the next one. This doesn't mean I was "happy go lucky" the entire round. I was ticked with myself on #2 for missing the green from 110 yards. Recovered nicely with a chip to 3 feet and lipped out the par putt. It sounds corny as heck, but I gave myself til the count of 10 to be mad and then I left that bogey there and rode over to the third tee box. I also snap hooked one OB on the 10th tee en route to a double bogey, but once again I didn't dwell on it and recovered with an eagle on 11. The whole idea of "acceptance" has really been my Achilles heel for years because one bad hole or a few bad swings and all of the sudden I would feel like the round was a lost cause and I couldn't shoot the score I wanted to. Miss it in front of you - only hitting 8 greens can make 18 holes extremely stressful. However, missing close or in the right spots can greatly improve your chances of getting up and down. I was able to use putter from just off the green in the fringe probably 4 times, holed out from a bunker on a par 3, and was able to have straight-forward chips with plenty of green to work with on the rest. Pick good targets - this ties in to #4 above. I've read some of the DECADE ideas and have been trying to incorporate that into how I hit approach shots. I didn't know it at all during the round but last night I realized I didn't short-side myself on any of the 11 greens I missed. This was all because of picking better targets.Golf is hard, nerves make it harder - I knew I had a great chance to finally break through on the 16th tee after birdieing 15 to get to 4 under. I haven't been that keyed up and antsy in competition like that in a long time, much less in a casual round. Again, this is so corny, but taking a deep breath with some positive self-talk calmed me down enough to focus on my last point.Golf is a game of conviction - indecision or being so concerned with performing a swing "perfectly" or getting in the "textbook positions" can paralyze your athletic instinct. Pick your spot, go through your routine, and trust your preparation, then, just let it fly! I hit both fairway and green on 17 and 18 by picking a spot and "swinging hard". I personally struggle with trying to guide the ball under pressure, but yesterday I convinced myself I was ready and let it rip.WRXers, some of the best advice I've ever received about the game of golf was given to me in the last two months and I'll leave you with it. "Golf is not a beauty contest, it's a math contest" Thanks for reading, play well and stay safe!
  12. Just 2 items for you tonight. Trying to make a little money to help with closing costs. All Prices are Shipped from East Coast, OBO. All payments must be via PayPal. Trades considered. I will be unable to ship 6/18-6/21. Please let me know if you have any questions or need additional photos Scratch AR-1 v2 5-PW - Conforming Grooves, DS Grind. Fantastic forgiving forged cavity back irons. Standard bag chatter for 1018 Forged irons. Faces are in great shape with no browning, you will not see another set in this shape. Dynamic Gold R300 Shafts and Golf Pride cord grips with plenty of life left in them. Loft/Lie available upon request, able to pull heads if desired. Heads - $450 $425 Shafts - $100 $75Full clubs - $500 $450 Scratch 47* DD Grind Wedge Head - New In plastic$70 $60
  13. Hey y'all! Its been a while since I've been browsing through the ole pages of GolfWRX. I was hoping I could get y'alls help on recommending some new irons to get. I've been out of the equipment loop for a bit so I'm not sure what is the new things to get or what people are recommending. Few stats that might help point y'all in the right direction:Currently playing: Mizuno MP 68 3-PW with Project X 6.0sHandicap: When I was a member at Sedgefield CC I got down to a +2.2 (moved to Charlotte in 2018 and have been playing sparsely since). Probably in the range of 2-5 right now. Swing Speed: Driver swing speed in the 112-115mph range. 7 iron distance in the 170 range.Preferred Looks: Biggest thing for me is a thin top line and not much offset on the hosel. Thank y'all in advance!! -Cody
  14. All items are OBRO. Prices are shipped unless internationally. Please let me know if you have any questions about anything Photos are in the comments due to issues including them in post. Rare Scratch Prototype Putter Scratch 1st Run Putter. This is a very hard to find Scratch mallet putter. I have recently learned that this was a Prototype putter built in Japan in 2007. Less than 5 of these were built. It is part of a numbered series with this being #13 of 100 putters. Confirmed by Ari. This club is in very good condition, with the exception of a ding on the toe of the putter as shown in photo. Includes gray and white magnetic headcovers - $OLDScotty Cameron Tour Use Only Putting Path ToolBlack and Tiffany Blue, still in packaging. Very rare find - $100Raw 59* Thunderpants Scratch Wedge Acquired from a previous Scratch employee, this apparently was an early wedge head. I have kept it clean, however it patinas beautifully. High bounce. Head Only - $120Raw Don White unbranded 52* WedgeTrademark DW stamp on the heel, this wedge has non-conforming grooves, and will impart ungodly spin on a ball. A hell of a lot of fun to play with! KBS Tour with Lamkin grip. - $OLD53* and 60* Scratch 1018 Forged DS (Digger Slider) Grind wedge setMP stampings on both clubs, with the expected bag chatter from forged wedges, the 60 shows the most wear on the sole, but grooves and face are still in pretty good condition. Not raw, but shows a great patina. - $100 / SetAdams Proto DHY 21* Hybrid60* Scratch 1018 Forged DD (Digger Driver) Grind Lob WedgeGood decent shape, shows a bit of wear but grooves are still very good. Very hard to find DD 60s listed in this good of shape. TrueTemper shaft, Golf Pride grip. - $75Club shows some use, but still hits well. Upgraded to a different hybrid with less offset. Matrix hX3 White Tie R-Flex shaft and Midsized CP2 Pro Golf Pride Grip - $45Taylormade Ghost Manta Mallet PutterPutter head shows some wear and tear. Arm lock Winn grip that has seen better days, this would be a great putter to try out without breaking the bank. I'll include the headcover if you need some help deciding on who to pull for this year's National Championship - $50
  15. All prices are shipped to CONUS, thanks! Carbon Cody James Patriot with a very sharp look! Cody James does some great work, this is his 49th putter he’s produced. Timascus “c” insert, black shaft, ostrich grip - 355g head wt, 68*, 3*, plays 35” $1000 OBO 53* KLD grind Jeff McCoy wedge, recoil shaft $OLD Coobs/Wedge Wizard Collab Driver Cover - $OLD Coobs Red Driver Cover - $OLD Malbon Dancing Buckets Driver Cover - $70 OBO
  16. Hey folks, I've been coming across many instances of the idea that training harder than you play is the way to improve. I figured I'd start compiling a list for myself and others of different things we can do in our practice to make our performance on the course even better. I'm not entirely sure where I got some of these ideas, but if I come across them again, I will edit with links to the specific articles/videos. I would love to hear your ideas as well. **1**. 9 holes of 2-ball worst ball scramble - We hit two tee shots on every hole. We select the worst shot. We hit two balls from there. Again, we select the worst shot. We continue until both putts are made in a row. How low can we go while playing our worst ball? **2.** 9 holes of missing the green on purpose - Every approach shot, the goal is to miss the green on the best side to get up and down. If we hit the green, toss the ball off the green in the nearest direction. Play all 9 holes and see how well we do missing in the correct spots and getting up and down. **3**. 3,4,5 foot putting circle - Make as many as we can in the circle. The goal is 10 in a row. Keep track of our personal best and try to beat it the next time out. **4.** Ladder putting drill - 15,18,21,24,27,30 foot starting points from hole. Place flagstick 2 feet behind hole. The goal is to putt the ball at each location to within 1 foot short, or 2 feet long of the hole in as few putts as possible Keep track of personal best. **5.** Through the bag - Select two points on the driving range to create a 20-yard space (rough width of average green). Starting with our shortest club, attempt to land one shot between the points with each club. If we miss, we must re-hit that club until we succeed. Work all the way up to the driver. See how many balls we need to accomplish it. 13 balls is perfect. Keep track of personal best and attempt to beat next time. **6.**Chipping - Select a relatively straight forward chip. Hit chip shots until we hole out. Keep track of our personal best and attempt to beat each time. **7.**Pitching - Landing spots - Select a spot to pitch from off the green (2-10 paces). PLace our golf towel one pace onto the green. Using 10 balls, see how many we can land on our landing zone. 10/10 is perfect. Keep track of our best. Switch up scenario each time out. **8.** Pitching/Chipping - Place coins in a 3-foot circle around the hole. Hit 10 shots and see how many out of 10 we can get inside the circle. Keep track of PB. **9.**Clean contact - Hit 10 shots out of divots on the range. How many out of 10 can we strike well? Keep track and aim to get more each time out. That's the start of my list. I'll add more as I think of them or come across them. As with any game, if they are too easy, we change a parameter to make it harder. If we regularly chip all 10 balls within 3 feet, make the chip shot harder. If we regularly take 13 shots to hit all our clubs within our two points, shrink the space we need to hit them in or change the lie. Let's get better! Good luck! -Hawk
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