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Scratch probably needs to decide between wanting to become a major player (which involves mass marketing and therefore huge $$$$$$) or continuing in their original, niche market, specialist arena.

Bigger is not better.

In fact, it often results in poorer quality.

TMAG and Callaway are marketing companies that just happen to market golf clubs.

If I were Scratch, I'd concentrate on their niche area: specialized and custom options.

My guess is that if they are are experiencing problems it is because they tried to expand too quickly. That usually results in supply chain issues and reduction in quality.

The market is shrinking, the pie is only so big and it will not be a surprise to learn of two or three big brand names falling over this year.

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I have Scratch SB-1s and wedges and would put them up against my Titleist and Mizuno blades any day. Scratch makes great clubs, period. The guys are very accessible and helpful (and they respond to questions in a timely manner). I doubt they have designs on becoming the next TaylorMade or Callaway. They've put the emphasis on quality blades and, last time I checked, that's not what most people are looking for at Dick's Sporting Goods. They're not going to get huge doing so and it doesn't seem like that's the plan anyway.

As for their PR and marketing efforts, I own a PR agency and I can tell you, most clients would give their right arm for the number of times Scratch comes up on golf boards. They've got a strong and loyal following, as evidenced by how people are defending their clubs in this thread. Companies have growing pains and no one's perfect, but Moore or Duval leaving Scratch isn't going to make me dump my irons.

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[quote name='spring7' timestamp='1332379599' post='4553510']
[quote name='MCoz' timestamp='1332358230' post='4551436']
Unfortunately Scratch is having a tough time. What they have is a beautiful product wwith the best iron grinder in the business (Don White). But their market is very limited and crowded. Plus it is a diminishing business. There really is no new technology in the blade or the wedge business (other than the new ATV multi-grind). Fewer people play blades with more and more people looking for help or a new advantage, including many tour players.
I like the Scratch clubs and I personally like Don who is a great guy in addition to his special hands. If he was willing to spend more time on the road he could have made a great living on Tour grinding.
Every major OEM makes a form or two of a forged blade. Scratch can't pay endorsements to a top player, fringe guys are the best they can attract (Duval unfortunately is at that point now). Duval's play doesn't sell clubs for Scratch.
It is a tough spot in a tough business.
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Is the ATV really new technology or just a slightly improved upon version of the older Cobra Trusty's. I am not saying they are not better or not, only far from a new idea.
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Not related at all. I have an original and I have new Rusty. Quite different.
These new ATVs are a revelation. I have a history of being a very good wedge player with a strong short game. I love wedges and I have accumulated (I like to say, collected) over 200 wedges of all sizes and shapes over the years. While I have hit nearly all of them I have not put them all into real play. In fact I rarely change models. But these new ATVs have brought new excitement into my wedge play. I am amazed at some of the shots I hit consistently. The grooves on these are conforming but they may have better consistent control than anything I have ever played. Those that play with me have all ordered their own (I don't want them playing out of my bag).

In the bag: Playing --- TaylorMade  Qi 10 (core) driver w/Fujikura Ventus Blue 6S. 3wd TM (OG) SIM (special smaller tour only head, same that TW was playing prior to the '24 Genesis approx 160cc) @ 15.*) with Fujikura Ventus 7-S.  5 wd TM SIM w/Fujikura Speeder 857TR-S (Japan made)

HyBrids-Cleveland Hi-Bore #1 (16* plays like 2-Iron) W/Fuji-S Tipped 1/2".  SIM Max #4 (set @ 21.5* w/ Fuji Atmos HB8 9S.  IRONS:  TM M3 4i (2*weak)w SteelFiber i95-S,  P790 3, 5-PW,  w/Fuji Pro 95i-S. SW TM MG4  54*/11 bent to 53*/10 w/ Precision Rifle 6.0-S. LW TaylorMade Hi Toe 3, 58/10 w/Modus Tour 105 Stiff. Putter-- BOBBY GRACE Night&Day-Custom, "M.Coz-Bandsaw Prototype". Ball 2022 TaylorMade Tour Response
 Alternating clubs: the 5wd, TM Hybrid Stealth 2+ #2, 3Iron, depending on what part of the country, course, climate, and conditions.

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Can't help but notice how my people are saying "i've had scratch" but dont say "I play scratch" Intresting little side note?


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Scratch, like many boutique companies struggle to get their products
the tour recognition that the big OEM's seem to enjoy. It is a tough business
good products or not . Unfortunately, could end up like a few other smaller
companies, good products or not !!!



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[quote name='Shaank0' timestamp='1332377588' post='4553230']
[quote name='MCoz' timestamp='1332358230' post='4551436']
Unfortunately Scratch is having a tough time. What they have is a beautiful product wwith the best iron grinder in the business (Don White). But their market is very limited and crowded. Plus it is a diminishing business. There really is no new technology in the blade or the wedge business (other than the new ATV multi-grind). Fewer people play blades with more and more people looking for help or a new advantage, including many tour players.
I like the Scratch clubs and I personally like Don who is a great guy in addition to his special hands. If he was willing to spend more time on the road he could have made a great living on Tour grinding.
Every major OEM makes a form or two of a forged blade. Scratch can't pay endorsements to a top player, fringe guys are the best they can attract (Duval unfortunately is at that point now). Duval's play doesn't sell clubs for Scratch.
It is a tough spot in a tough business.
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I don't believe they are having a tough time, they had some growing pains for sure last year, which is a sign that that are doing better than expected. I think they are where they want to be right now. As years go on I am sure they will grow bigger for sure. I really think its the amount of inventory they can supply at one time. Im sure if they advertised more and put there clubs in more stores they could be a giant in this industry in the coming years.
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There are issues you are not aware of. The key ownership has money outside of the company. They are going to need to put more into the company. They are doing little to create growth. It isn't easy getting "floor space" in the retail stores. These places are about volume per sq. ft. Add to that the big guys are good at "buying the space" in golf shops. It is getting increasingly more difficult to get into the stores. They need major exposure thru the tour and irons and wedges don't get a lot of visibility. There is a reason hats and bags cost a lot of money, they get views. Putters are the easist to get free visibility especially if there is something that is recognizeable on the TV screen. A company needs numerous players, if you don't have one of the biggest names. Either way, the costs are large. One big name endorser may cost more than a small company's total annual sales.
Scratch will never be "a giant" as you suggest (no forged iron and wedge only producer without a significant splash of new technology can be), lets hope that they are a surviver!
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what do you mean there are issues that we are not aware of. Who are you? Do you work for Scratch. Unless Ari or Patrick comes on here and says there are problems then I will take anything said pure conjecture.

I have been to Scratch many times and have actually witnessed the growth they have had at their shop in Chattanooga, it is still a very small operation. I believe the putters will start to show up in April sometime, the new custom shop should be around that time too.

By the way I play Scratch and I am not somebody who is going to sell them, going on 4 years now. I suspect many of the people who have sold their clubs either don't know enough about their needs and just bought something off the retail line and made a bad fit. If you take the time to be fit, and get the proper grinds, then these clubs perform as well or better than anything on the market.

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[quote name='puttingmatt' timestamp='1332424403' post='4556002']
Scratch, like many boutique companies struggle to get their products
the tour recognition that the big OEM's seem to enjoy. It is a tough business
good products or not . Unfortunately, could end up like a few other smaller
companies, good products or not !!!
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Not everything has to grow into a Wal-Mart. If you make a quality product, the buyers will flock to you. Does the growth mean a drop off in quality? Apple computer has margins around 50% vs HP who can't even turn a profit on their most popular computers. Apple grew to be the largest company and has always put a priority on quality. Scratch believes in their product, and that product is different sole grinds to fit that player. I think Scratch is focusing on quality as opposed to maximum growth.

It is so annoying that people talk about the ATV wedge like it is the one fits all. Maybe that ATV wedge fits you really really well. Sergio put a custom grind on his ATV wedge. If you don't like Scratch clubs, you probably haven't been fit by them. The carbon steel is the softest used in the industry, the head weights are spot on, the loft and lie are spot on, and you can get exactly what you want. As a clubmaker, I have seen such crap come from the big oem's. The head weights are all off. The shaft weights are all off. It makes it really hard to make a frequency matched, swing weighted set of clubs.

I think it is a bit contradictory that people say Scratch makes a poor product and that Duval can't get something he likes. Don White can make him or anyone else for that matter, anything they want. Don White could remake a Bridgestone J40. It can't be about the quality of the club.


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[quote name='MCoz' timestamp='1332400743' post='4555156']
[quote name='spring7' timestamp='1332379599' post='4553510']
[quote name='MCoz' timestamp='1332358230' post='4551436']
Unfortunately Scratch is having a tough time. What they have is a beautiful product wwith the best iron grinder in the business (Don White). But their market is very limited and crowded. Plus it is a diminishing business. There really is no new technology in the blade or the wedge business (other than the new ATV multi-grind). Fewer people play blades with more and more people looking for help or a new advantage, including many tour players.
I like the Scratch clubs and I personally like Don who is a great guy in addition to his special hands. If he was willing to spend more time on the road he could have made a great living on Tour grinding.
Every major OEM makes a form or two of a forged blade. Scratch can't pay endorsements to a top player, fringe guys are the best they can attract (Duval unfortunately is at that point now). Duval's play doesn't sell clubs for Scratch.
It is a tough spot in a tough business.
[/quote]


Is the ATV really new technology or just a slightly improved upon version of the older Cobra Trusty's. I am not saying they are not better or not, only far from a new idea.
[/quote]
Not related at all. I have an original and I have new Rusty. Quite different.
These new ATVs are a revelation. I have a history of being a very good wedge player with a strong short game. I love wedges and I have accumulated (I like to say, collected) over 200 wedges of all sizes and shapes over the years. While I have hit nearly all of them I have not put them all into real play. In fact I rarely change models. But these new ATVs have brought new excitement into my wedge play. I am amazed at some of the shots I hit consistently. The grooves on these are conforming but they may have better consistent control than anything I have ever played. Those that play with me have all ordered their own (I don't want them playing out of my bag).
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How much longer do we have until the ATV wedges take over? Mine gave me 11 more yards.

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Amazing to see so much speculation about Scratch. Whether it's Duval, GMac or even Overton, the pros switch for a variety of reasons. If companies make products used by the best players in the world, those must be good products! Unless manufacturers speak for themselves, the arguments about the products is all a matter of opinion and personal preference. The beauty of golf is we have so much from which to choose and we can tinker until we find exactly what is necessary to play the best.

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[quote name='Tim Delgado' timestamp='1332346959' post='4550156']
The "different guy every year" program does NOT look good, and actually makes it appear that guys who sign on to play Scratch gear always end up dumping it.

Just my opinion, but I think Scratch needs to hire a marketing/PR guy that knows what he is doing.

Tim
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I'm a marketing guy, and I'd love the challenge of that job. Also agree with you. A different guy all the time dilutes the message. Duval probably wasn't making a lot of progress for them either though.

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Under Armour to buy Scratch Golf! You heard the conspiracy theory here first...

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I don't believe they are having a tough time, they had some growing pains for sure last year, which is a sign that that are doing better than expected. I think they are where they want to be right now. As years go on I am sure they will grow bigger for sure. I really think its the amount of inventory they can supply at one time. Im sure if they advertised more and put there clubs in more stores they could be a giant in this industry in the coming years.
[/quote]

There are issues you are not aware of. The key ownership has money outside of the company. They are going to need to put more into the company. They are doing little to create growth. It isn't easy getting "floor space" in the retail stores. These places are about volume per sq. ft. Add to that the big guys are good at "buying the space" in golf shops. It is getting increasingly more difficult to get into the stores. They need major exposure thru the tour and irons and wedges don't get a lot of visibility. There is a reason hats and bags cost a lot of money, they get views. Putters are the easist to get free visibility especially if there is something that is recognizeable on the TV screen. A company needs numerous players, if you don't have one of the biggest names. Either way, the costs are large. One big name endorser may cost more than a small company's total annual sales.
Scratch will never be "a giant" as you suggest (no forged iron and wedge only producer without a significant splash of new technology can be), lets hope that they are a surviver!
[/quote]

what do you mean there are issues that we are not aware of. Who are you? Do you work for Scratch. Unless Ari or Patrick comes on here and says there are problems then I will take anything said pure conjecture.

I have been to Scratch many times and have actually witnessed the growth they have had at their shop in Chattanooga, it is still a very small operation. I believe the putters will start to show up in April sometime, the new custom shop should be around that time too.

By the way I play Scratch and I am not somebody who is going to sell them, going on 4 years now. I suspect many of the people who have sold their clubs either don't know enough about their needs and just bought something off the retail line and made a bad fit. If you take the time to be fit, and get the proper grinds, then these clubs perform as well or better than anything on the market.
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No I don't work for them nor any other equipment company. I can't go into my details other than I am close to many of the higher level ownership, management, and designers with many of the OEMs. I am also close to much or most of the golf media.
I hope Scratch is successful. I like their product.

In the bag: Playing --- TaylorMade  Qi 10 (core) driver w/Fujikura Ventus Blue 6S. 3wd TM (OG) SIM (special smaller tour only head, same that TW was playing prior to the '24 Genesis approx 160cc) @ 15.*) with Fujikura Ventus 7-S.  5 wd TM SIM w/Fujikura Speeder 857TR-S (Japan made)

HyBrids-Cleveland Hi-Bore #1 (16* plays like 2-Iron) W/Fuji-S Tipped 1/2".  SIM Max #4 (set @ 21.5* w/ Fuji Atmos HB8 9S.  IRONS:  TM M3 4i (2*weak)w SteelFiber i95-S,  P790 3, 5-PW,  w/Fuji Pro 95i-S. SW TM MG4  54*/11 bent to 53*/10 w/ Precision Rifle 6.0-S. LW TaylorMade Hi Toe 3, 58/10 w/Modus Tour 105 Stiff. Putter-- BOBBY GRACE Night&Day-Custom, "M.Coz-Bandsaw Prototype". Ball 2022 TaylorMade Tour Response
 Alternating clubs: the 5wd, TM Hybrid Stealth 2+ #2, 3Iron, depending on what part of the country, course, climate, and conditions.

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[quote name='andy-uk' timestamp='1332347783' post='4550230']
Unless your on golfwrx,you don't hear much about scratch golf.Just another cult brand if you ask me.People hear seem to get very excited but having stamping on their wedges which scratch do very nicely
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Since Scratch can only afford a few players to sponsor, they aren't going to get their money's worth from Duval. He's had two credible 2nd place finishes (U.S. Open and Pebble) in about 8+ years, failed miserably at Q school twice and only gets to play when he has a connection for a sponsors exemption. Not exactly a poster child to represent your equipment.

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I agree with some other posters, why waste a small tour budget on a charity player. I would focus on the nationwide guys and hope they show some loyalty if they make it to the big tour. Most will jump toward the money, but will come back. ie...Andres Gonzales. That Adams deal didn't win him any tournaments, but I'm sure it paid his flights to a few. They make high quality products and if you are serious about golf and not just the name on your hat, they can benefit your game.

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Unfortunately Scratch is having a tough time. What they have is a beautiful product wwith the best iron grinder in the business (Don White). But their market is very limited and crowded. Plus it is a diminishing business. There really is no new technology in the blade or the wedge business (other than the new ATV multi-grind). Fewer people play blades with more and more people looking for help or a new advantage, including many tour players.
I like the Scratch clubs and I personally like Don who is a great guy in addition to his special hands. If he was willing to spend more time on the road he could have made a great living on Tour grinding.
Every major OEM makes a form or two of a forged blade. Scratch can't pay endorsements to a top player, fringe guys are the best they can attract (Duval unfortunately is at that point now). Duval's play doesn't sell clubs for Scratch.
It is a tough spot in a tough business.
[/quote]


Is the ATV really new technology or just a slightly improved upon version of the older Cobra Trusty's. I am not saying they are not better or not, only far from a new idea.
[/quote]
Not related at all. I have an original and I have new Rusty. Quite different.
These new ATVs are a revelation. I have a history of being a very good wedge player with a strong short game. I love wedges and I have accumulated (I like to say, collected) over 200 wedges of all sizes and shapes over the years. While I have hit nearly all of them I have not put them all into real play. In fact I rarely change models. But these new ATVs have brought new excitement into my wedge play. I am amazed at some of the shots I hit consistently. The grooves on these are conforming but they may have better consistent control than anything I have ever played. Those that play with me have all ordered their own (I don't want them playing out of my bag).
[/quote]

How much longer do we have until the ATV wedges take over? Mine gave me 11 more yards.
[/quote]


I don't know when they become available. They sent me mine over a month ago. But mine didn't come thru retail.
I actually don't hit them longer. Actually I hit them about 3-4 yds Shorter than my previous wedges. But that is not keeping them out of the bag, believe me!

In the bag: Playing --- TaylorMade  Qi 10 (core) driver w/Fujikura Ventus Blue 6S. 3wd TM (OG) SIM (special smaller tour only head, same that TW was playing prior to the '24 Genesis approx 160cc) @ 15.*) with Fujikura Ventus 7-S.  5 wd TM SIM w/Fujikura Speeder 857TR-S (Japan made)

HyBrids-Cleveland Hi-Bore #1 (16* plays like 2-Iron) W/Fuji-S Tipped 1/2".  SIM Max #4 (set @ 21.5* w/ Fuji Atmos HB8 9S.  IRONS:  TM M3 4i (2*weak)w SteelFiber i95-S,  P790 3, 5-PW,  w/Fuji Pro 95i-S. SW TM MG4  54*/11 bent to 53*/10 w/ Precision Rifle 6.0-S. LW TaylorMade Hi Toe 3, 58/10 w/Modus Tour 105 Stiff. Putter-- BOBBY GRACE Night&Day-Custom, "M.Coz-Bandsaw Prototype". Ball 2022 TaylorMade Tour Response
 Alternating clubs: the 5wd, TM Hybrid Stealth 2+ #2, 3Iron, depending on what part of the country, course, climate, and conditions.

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[quote name='MCoz' timestamp='1332470053' post='4560514']
Unfortunately Scratch is having a tough time. What they have is a beautiful product wwith the best iron grinder in the business (Don White). But their market is very limited and crowded. Plus it is a diminishing business. There really is no new technology in the blade or the wedge business (other than the new ATV multi-grind). Fewer people play blades with more and more people looking for help or a new advantage, including many tour players.
I like the Scratch clubs and I personally like Don who is a great guy in addition to his special hands. If he was willing to spend more time on the road he could have made a great living on Tour grinding.
Every major OEM makes a form or two of a forged blade. Scratch can't pay endorsements to a top player, fringe guys are the best they can attract (Duval unfortunately is at that point now). Duval's play doesn't sell clubs for Scratch.
It is a tough spot in a tough business.


Is the ATV really new technology or just a slightly improved upon version of the older Cobra Trusty's. I am not saying they are not better or not, only far from a new idea.

Not related at all. I have an original and I have new Rusty. Quite different.
These new ATVs are a revelation. I have a history of being a very good wedge player with a strong short game. I love wedges and I have accumulated (I like to say, collected) over 200 wedges of all sizes and shapes over the years. While I have hit nearly all of them I have not put them all into real play. In fact I rarely change models. But these new ATVs have brought new excitement into my wedge play. I am amazed at some of the shots I hit consistently. The grooves on these are conforming but they may have better consistent control than anything I have ever played. Those that play with me have all ordered their own (I don't want them playing out of my bag).

How much longer do we have until the ATV wedges take over? Mine gave me 11 more yards.


I don't know when they become available. They sent me mine over a month ago. But mine didn't come thru retail.
I actually don't hit them longer. Actually I hit them about 3-4 yds Shorter than my previous wedges. But that is not keeping them out of the bag, believe me!
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I was kidding. It's a C grind. Sergio ground his ATV wedge and it has a narrower sole. One size fits all. Joke

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Very well said
quote name='MCoz' timestamp='1332358230' post='4551436']
Unfortunately Scratch is having a tough time. What they have is a beautiful product wwith the best iron grinder in the business (Don White). But their market is very limited and crowded. Plus it is a diminishing business. There really is no new technology in the blade or the wedge business (other than the new ATV multi-grind). Fewer people play blades with more and more people looking for help or a new advantage, including many tour players.
I like the Scratch clubs and I personally like Don who is a great guy in addition to his special hands. If he was willing to spend more time on the road he could have made a great living on Tour grinding.
Every major OEM makes a form or two of a forged blade. Scratch can't pay endorsements to a top player, fringe guys are the best they can attract (Duval unfortunately is at that point now). Duval's play doesn't sell clubs for Scratch.
It is a tough spot in a tough business.
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They were with DD on 01/31...

Even had a new set of Antique irons made-up for him


quote name='From_Parts_Unknown' timestamp='1332468437' post='4560314']
This is old news boys. According to the Darrell Survey, Duval has been playing the Bridgestone irons since Pebble this year.

I wouldn't blame Scratch's PR Firm either. From what I've heard, their PR Firm hasn't worked with them since last Summer.
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+ another 1000. Money drives the engine. Nothing against Duval, I root for him. Nothing against Scratch, great product. Shouldn't read to much into it. Except for Tiger how many of the pros have played two, three different brands over time. Phil's pretty big, as an example -Yonex, Titleist now Callaway. Great player, gereat products. Things change.

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[quote name='wesr' timestamp='1332433786' post='4556962']
How much longer do we have until the ATV wedges take over? Mine gave me 11 more yards.
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My ghost putter gave me 15 extra yards over my previous putter!! TaylorMade is the bomb.
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Taylormade and all the others are selling bs. Rocketballz fairway woods have a COR of .81. Next year they will bring it to .82 and then .83. Tour Edge has had their fairway woods at .83 for several years now. I think Taylormade is getting really close to infommercial territory. I rank the ATV up there with the Face Forward wedge.

With the amount of money on tour, its amazing anyone plays equipment they don't get paid for. The only thing that can improve our games is proper fitting. Miura and Epon don't sponsor anyone.

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With the amount of money on tour, its amazing anyone plays equipment they don't get paid for. The only thing that can improve our games is proper fitting. Miura and Epon don't sponsor anyone.

I notice KJ Choi has dropped his Miura in favor of Ping i20's

Funny that..............All these super amazing fantastic japanesse hand forged in the crack of mount doom by darth vader himself clubs, and KJ pick's cheap cast irons JAT.....

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MIZUNO MP-T4 52* 56*
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CALLAWAY SR2

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      Tiger Woods on the range at Pinehurst on Monday – 2024 U.S. Open
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    • Titleist GT drivers - 2024 the Memorial Tournament
      Early in hand photos of the new GT2 models t the truck.  As soon as they show up on the range in player's bags we'll get some better from the top photos and hopefully some comparison photos against the last model.
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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    • 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Discussion and Links to Photos
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      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Monday #1
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      2024 Charles Schwab Challenge - Tuesday #3
       
       
       
       
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      Keith Mitchell - WITB - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
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      Eric Cole's newest custom Cameron putter - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      New Super Stroke Marvel comic themed grips - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Ben Taylor's custom Cameron putter - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Tyler Duncan's Axis 1 putter - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Cameron putters - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Chris Kirk's new Callaway Opus wedges - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      ProTC irons - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Dragon Skin 360 grips - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      Cobra prototype putters - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
      SeeMore putters - 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
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    • 2024 PGA Championship - Discussion and Links to Photos
      Please put  any questions or comments here
       
       
       
       
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      2024 PGA Championship - Monday #1
       
       
       
       
       
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      Michael Block - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
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      Cam Smith - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Brooks Koepka - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Josh Speight - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Takumi Kanaya - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Kyle Mendoza - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Adrian Meronk - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Jordan Smith - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Jeremy Wells - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
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      Larkin Gross - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Tracy Phillips - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
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      Keita Nakajima - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Kazuma Kobori - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      David Puig - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
      Ryan Van Velzen - WITB - 2024 PGA Championship
       
       
       
       
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      Ping putter covers - 2024 PGA Championship
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      Max Homa - Titleist 2 wood - 2024 PGA Championship
      Scotty Cameron experimental putter shaft by UST - 2024 PGA Championship
       
       
       
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