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McGolf

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  1. I dont the know exact size however I believe its an over the hosel shaft and I am aware of one size in that type of shaft.
  2. if you go the channel mcgolfcustomclubs and search pulling a golf shaft there a few examples of pulling various shafts and some by hand. I didnt look to see if the shafts were graphite or steel, both are addressed in the list.
  3. Some of us like providing additional information to ensure golfers keep golfing.
  4. Golfworks has a product that can be placed on the shaft making a more pronounced rib. Easy to use and makes a go rib.
  5. for the irons, can a 355 fit into the 370 ,,, yes with a shim. Is there a down side? It is always preferable to be a one on one 370 to 370 355 to 355 etc however, and shim to take up the space is the accepted "repair" or assembly to ensure stability. hosel depth is a manufacturer choice and tolerance. Mizuno can be different than Srixon, Callaway etc. Then what, that is when shaft profiles, weight , BBGm come into play which is off topic. From a graphite perspective sanding off a little to fit say a 370 to fit 355 fits in the category of "it depends" (the most used golf answer) some makes place plenty of material at the tip, those are great for removal, those that are trying to make a ver light shaft that doesn't seem to occur and no its not very good to try. If you want to discuss this further join the live stream on mondays 1730 eastern time on the youtube channel. www.youtube.com/mcgolfcustomclubs
  6. Got them in hand for a quick look see, The blade is nice. Clean as blades usually are. not much you can do with the design but they always look good the 223 is certainly an upgrade in appearance compared to the MP20 MMC. I like the new cavity appearance and the fact they are not afraid to say they now have a GW. The 225 although looks familiar, is a short blade length for a more compact head specifically at the lower end. My opinion would be the design was changed to flow though combo sets easier and give the over all set a higher level players look. The wedges will be an upgrade to the last model too with the addition of the copper head. Unfortunately LEFTIES are not part of that plan. However the 223 is. So there's that.
  7. "Warning" self promotion statement to occur If you want to talk golf equipment, I do a live stream on Mondays at 1730 or 530 pm eastern. on YouTube and Facebook. search out mcgolf custom clubs and you will find it. About an hour, usually a little than a hour, very laid back If this is improper please remove.
  8. Good answers. Nothing beats an actual measurement such as on a SW scale. When you go to the shop you find even more issues or,,,, none at all. However if your feel is heighten then the 7 and 8 iron is where I would concentrate. The wedge being the same is not weird. I made clubs like that for years with the idea heavier SW is better has the loft goes up. Which leads me to question the SW of the wedges. It would mean the clubs would be progressively heavier. lastly, Rifle Flighted (depending on the generation made) are made such that the changes in the shaft occur at the 7/8 iron and this too may be the issue. particularly when placed in clubs with different hosel lengths from the original use heads.
  9. Can you contact Mitchell for them to upgrade the current unit? The green platform is very cool
  10. To further understand and help with your hypersensitivity I t would be good to know the full story about the clubs. Are the lengths of the club lowering at 1/2" intervals you said "older Rifles" does that mean you installed them yourself or was a custom build? third what are the lie angles of the clubs? do they progress evenly too? all the questions above relate to swing weight where you may find the cause of the problem. Or you could add about 2 grams of lead to the 7 and 8 iron head and the Srixons are the same swing weight with the wedges getting heavier. IMO is a good thing. the PW is a bit heavy but in line with the increase/
  11. They do have a collar but when using a steel shaft you can get a way with putting on the Bb and F ferrules. Make sure the fit of the shaft and hosel are tight and it will work
  12. Or you could take the grip off and measure the inside diameter. .580, .600, .620 are the most common
  13. mcgolfshop@roadrunner.com if interested and thanks for the vote of confidence.
  14. Cobra has been bold / different in its products, I.E. one length is there another BOLD product coming out? Will we see Cobra at the PGA show?
  15. Hosel depths are relatively the same across the board save bore thrus and some cobra models. Kenny gave some good advice in numbers and where to good for parts. as far pulling a shaft here ya go
  16. The Golfwork model I mentioned to fixurdivot would be be the choice at about $800. However I would also look at Golf Mechanix. The reverse thrust machine is probably the best outside the mitchell / trublue units.
  17. From a fitters point of view the 30 shot, shot pattern is not realistic, Looking for the pattern is more akin to fitting the worst shots not the best as suggest above. The sheer number of shots would make the first few set up the best and gradually decline as the golfer gets to a couple hundred strikes in a short time. If you are hitting 3- 6 shots on each set up, I'm pretty sure an outlier will show up. It would be up to the fitter to see this and talk with the golfer about the misses to ensure that is represented in a typical miss. A lot shots are hit during a typical fitting. A pattern does show up through out the session regardless of the set up.
  18. I try to use shafting beads in all the builds. yes
  19. The 1" extension is the easiest and most cost effective change you can make to the driver. 1" is about all you would want to extend a driver IMO due to the stresses applies at the end of the shaft. You must ensure the extension is the proper size to prevent further breakage and no you should feel a difference except for the slightly head head feel from adding an inch to the club. If the fitting produce good results with the a 45" club then what can it hurt?
  20. It is always neat to learn "by do" however it can be costly as you just found out. I would suggest attending a school at golfworks that fits your needs. Money well spent! and you get access to tool so you can make your next purchase an informed one. its a win win for a someone the has been bitten by the bug it would seem.
  21. Love the polished look, however polish On the top may prove to be difficult due to the reflection from the sun. but it does look cool. Put the icing on the cake and remove the paint and make it your own dont forget the custom putter grip.
  22. Looks like you answered your question with in the post. However you did mention wishon and BBTG so,,,,,, If we use the 919th verses say a new mizuno ST driver. both are adjustable however the ease of adjustability is quite different. Can the same be said of the rest of the fixed hosel drivers,,,, nope. When talking about to spec or BBTG that takes on another discussion. to say who's spec and who;s BBTG. Each maker has a preference hopefully based on some science and some design limit from the CEO. I.E. which golfing demographic does the designer want to lean towards.
  23. A lot of bourbon folks here. I represent the other side for single malts. Took an anniversary trip to Scotland. Got practiced in the art of Scotch prior to going. Learned a little too while I was there. Now its the glass of choice for happy hour. The Daily drinker switches between Dalmore Glen Fiddich 18 Balvenie most recently Macallen
  24. I have a monday live stream that talks to golf club fitting and repairs among other things. If you have question join us on the youtube channel "mcgolf custom clubs" at 1730 or 530 pm eastern.
  25. don't sweat the colors, there is a regular and oversize model that works just fine https://www.golfworks.com/graphite-shaft-extensions/p/gse/
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