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  1. Shipping included to CONUS. Add $7 for west of Mississippi. Willing to consider offers but no low balls. Paypal only. No trades please. Thanks. 1. 2020 TaylorMade p770 4-PW, TT Elevate Tour stiff shafts, NDMC midsize grips, standard loft and length, 1.5 degrees upright, photo is of 4i with tape measure. Very few rounds and only some range sessions in these. Shafts are 117 grams and .355 tip diameter according to True Temper. Mid-high launch. $825 2. Recoil F4 stiff shaft, professionally pulled from a Srixon ZX 3 utility, Lamkin Crossline midsize grip, barely used. $SOLD
  2. Callaway central here . . . Happy to offer deals for multiple purchases such as UTs or 5i to go with the Apex Pros. Shipping included. Not interested in trades. Thanks! Apex Pro '19 6-PW, Modus Tour 105s shafts, std length/loft, lie is about 1.5 degrees upright from "normal" and about 2 degrees up from Callaway std, like new Lamkin UTX midsize grips; 5i length is shown with tape measure -- $425 OBO X forged '18 5i head, very clean, same lie as Apex Pros, slight scratch to the right of the "5" (you can feel it with your finger) -- $50 OBO X Forged UT '18 24, 27, 30 degrees (equivalent to 4-6 irons)-- very slightly used, extremely clean clubs, std L/L/L, shafts on 27 and 30 are Modus Tour 105s to match Apex Pros, shaft on 24 is KBS Tour Hybrid Prototype 95x, 24 length is shown in photo with tape measure, lengths of others indicated by photo of grips -- $130 for the 24, $100 each for the 27 and 30, $315 for all three Epic Flash 3w. Shaft is Hzrdus Smoke 70g, 6.0 stiff. See photo for length, which I believe is standard. Grip is like new Lamkin UTX midsize. No head cover or wrench. -- $SOLD
  3. Just two items today. No trades please. Paypal only. Please add $5 for west of Mississippi. Will ship by Priority Mail or FedEx/USPS ground. Both items are packed up and ready to ship. Feel free to ask questions. Srixon Z745 irons, 5-AW. Shafts are XP 115 R300 in 5&6 and S300 in 7-PW. AW shaft is a Modus3 Tour 120S. 5-PW have like new Lamkin UTX midsize grips. AW has a recent Lamkin Crossline in midsize. Length shown in photo is of 5 iron. See lengths in close up photo of the grips together. New paint fill in the 5-PW. AW is 51 degrees. It has the black ferrule and black grip. Lofts and lie are believed to be standard. $SOLD Excellent condition Bettinardi Studio Stock 3 putter. No head cover. Grip is standard size cord. $SOLD
  4. I just bought one. Thanks.
  5. Looking for a utility iron in the 23 or 24 degree range. Prefer Callaway or Srixon. Prefer stiff shaft but not absolutely necessary. Thanks!
  6. I have a really nice Odyssey Stroke Lab double wide to sell with original headcover in great shape. Definitely reasonable pricing. Let me know if you want to see pics. 35 inches. It's a blade but wider than a typical blade.
  7. I have a really nice Odyssey Stroke Lab double wide to sell. 35 inches. Definitely reasonable pricing. Let me know if you want to see pics.
  8. The main difference I see here is that your 7i distance increased by 14 yards. Was that just based on quality of strikes in your small sample size?
  9. Yeah, I was interested to read after-the-fact that the Cinks had each day's strategy laid out the night before so had taken most of the strategic decision making out of play before getting to the first tee. Stewart just seems comfortable with that much information exchange. Some players would stop the caddy after just some basic info and say "I got it. I know what I'm going to do." But he seems to benefit from it, and, I suspect that he enjoys the back and forth because it's his son and he loves that his son is an integral part of their success.
  10. The amount of info shared between the Cinks before each shot was mind-numbing, and the announcers clearly thought so. It obviously works for them and that's all that matters as long as they're keeping pace, which I believe they were.
  11. Thanks for the feedback, Tom. That's wise advice. I didn't know if I was being ridiculous in even worrying about it, so it's good to hear that you think it may be an issue. I guess this should be a concern for everyone with a backyard green if you're in cicada territory. I think I finished the compacting today. I was able to roll the turf out and hit a bunch of putts. I made lots of adjustments and compacted it a bunch of times, and it's rolling quite true. One big takeway: with all that gravel under the surface, it's amazing and pretty maddening how much chaos one misplaced pebble can do. Last thing I did was cut one (of four) holes. Went pretty well, and I was able to dig out enough to put a bunch of drainage stones below the cup. I'll insert the three other cups tomorrow and then roll it up until these darn critters have stopped interfering with my backyard dreams.
  12. What a great idea to put a few holes in your son's play area. Sorry about the storm damage. I hope you're fully repaired other then the play area.
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