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From the stand point of the industry in which I work, where I review competitors patents somewhat frequently, I do not understand this lawsuit. Club makers have apparently been making hollow-bodied irons for a fairly long time, so that can't really be (or shouldn't be) the complaint. In my somewhat simple mind, that really only leaves the goo put in the cavity. As long as the "recipes" are slightly different and/or are processed differently, this lawsuit could be nothing more than an expensive exercise in futility. I haven't read the claims, though, so I have no idea what they are actually going after.
MalteBrask replied to Tony Covey MGS's topic in US EquipmentI love Them! I a high handicapper with slow swingspeed and I love hybrids! Much easier to hit than fairway woods so I have a 3 and 5-maybe 6 hybrid in my set.
thanks. I'm guessing I can take lead tape and put it on the outside first and play around with it. Then take it off and apply it to the inside once I found what I like. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
Up for sale is an extremely mint set of Honma Tour World 737v players irons. Some of the softest set of irons I've played. Irons are 4 thru PW or 10 iron. Been used three rounds and look almost brand new in person. 7 thru wedge have the most usage shown. Will show in pictures. Trades: Mizuno MP 18 mbs 4-pw 120-130 x shafts Taylormade 730 4-pw 120-130 x shafts Callaway apex mb 4-pw 120-130 x shafts Mizuno jpx 900 Tour 4-pw 120-130 x shafts Srixon 945 4-pw 120-130 x shafts Thanks for looking 1.) Honma Tour World 737v 4-PW (9/10 condition) Length is 1/2" over standard Lie angel is 1* flat of standard Lofts are standard Shafted with KBS Tour 130x Lamkin REL 3 Gen (3 Wraps) $900 $800
Their original wedges were supposed to be pretty nice. Once they sold out to Golfsmith that was kind of the end of them though as they went component only. Although I do remember Scott Verplank playing the Golfsmith blades for a while.
Itâ€™s purposeful for all golfers, but all golfers wonâ€™t have a pro help them use the data. When looking to improve putting, reducing strokes per round, what would qualify as â€œimprovementâ€? I can probably look to honestly save 3 stokes per round, on average, by improving my putting. To stop pulling, or rotating my face, or increasing loft, etc discovered by my Pro watching video and seeing my numbers, then giving me drills for the changes, I think this will happen. But by when??? Well, that depends on me doing drills and improving my stroke, the device doesnâ€™t just â€œcureâ€ the ills. Everyone probably has a different idea of what â€œconcrete results areâ€, so my goals may be different than yours, and thus if the product is â€œworth itâ€... Aimpoint helped me immensely. Lots of folks say, â€œBah! Humbug,â€ to Aimpoint... I think Blast will be an extension of that improvement and take me further in my putting. I really do think this would be the same for all, again, if they have a coach whoâ€™s been trained and can guide the golfer. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
As difficult as it is, sometimes you do want to see a relative or friend pass as it'll be easier on them along with the rest of the family. Regardless, my condolences. The devastation whether in California, Houston or the Florida Keys has been unbelievable. In the Midwest we're complain about the cold, snowy weather. Instead we should be thankful we don't have the California fires or other disasters. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
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