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McGolf

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    Waverly, Ohio
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    Making You tube videos on clubmaking, club repair, club fitting. See McGolf Custom Clubs
    Smoking / BBQ, and I''m pretty good at it too.
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  1. I must be an old timer, I have the line and the pitch and the tool. Don't use it very often as you can imagine. A EXCELLENT explanation. and on a Macgregor Tourney ?
  2. Sanding or prepping after a cut, particularly when cutting by hand or machine is a great idea. I do a quick end prep on the sander to remove rough edges. The glue thing is new to me and may be overkill but hey!, it certainly works and if you want to do that then by all means enjoy the process.
  3. I would like the Veteran badge please
  4. The 95 is a proto shaft that is a stiffer profile for an aggressive golfer. The 780 is a much softer profile. it may be stiff but the profile is very good.
  5. I've had the seven, marksman and 2 ball in the shop. First impression is the detail delivered in each of the putters. The added texture of the lines in the darker part of the putter and the red accent of the Aluminum all capped with the stroke lab have made these a very popular putter just from an aesthetics point of view.. I have found the "S" neck option to be the better selection for most, not all, but most. IF you are the arc putter looking for more help in the aiming department then you might want to check them out. The newer insert gives the putter a better more solid feel and apparently a sound preferred on tour. Whatever that means. The contrasting colors, the shapes for alignment (2 balls, lrg lines and overall head shape) the stroke lab, the insert and then the choice of a mid size pistol and jumbo style non taper grip helps makes putts After a proper fitting of course. I said had as I only have the 2 ball left.
  6. In the clubmaking section of the forum another member asked about removing a broken graphite shaft. It is being crunched by the computer even as speak. hopefully to be loaded by this morning. 4k take a while. And thanks guys./
  7. Did a review on the professional grip station. I added an office size trash can and put it near an outlet for a heat gun and near the grips. Mrs McGolf is using quite regularly now.
  8. New Era hat -they have to fit big heads Belt - Nexbelt - love the get smart ball marker compartment Shirt - callaway - gotta love the big and tall section Pants/ shorts -not sure - Kohls hahahahahaha shoes- Id like to try ECCO, ive heard they are might comfy, but I know new balance or callaway as they are made in the same factory. and 2undr along with kent wool socks
  9. Just had a stuck 400 come into the shop. Hit it with a plastic head hammer. The kind with a rubber sticking face one side and hard plastic on the other. I call em no bounce hammers. anyway. Two taps and viola its free.
  10. If you think it a truetemper product, send them the step pattern (customer service?) and they should be able to help.
  11. I just finishing videoing this very topic. If you give me a day or two I can show you how. Heat and drill
  12. You are virtually hitting a knuckle ball. Hopefully you are recovering well from the surgeries. I might suggest a club not so techie. In the Wilson C300 with the preferred shaft. The MGS folk found it worked best for golfers with SS in your range. would like to hear when they come up with
  13. Callaway Apparel has a big and tall section.
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