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McGolf

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  1. I am a fan of the 3/16 stamp. seems to fit the areas on the back of the club and the depth is good enough to hold the paint.

    Anthony is the best at it, They also use a clamp and stamp guide. That is rig is something else.

     

    If you have a large enough vice, the back. flat area is a great and stable place to put the club head. Just put down a piece of double sticky tape to hold it.

    This is assuming the head only

  2. I work two jobs,

     

    I am a senior manager at a now shut down uranium enrichment plant. X health physic manager and x maintenance manager.

     

    secondly: Own and operate a Golf custom fitting shop, repair facility and driving range with Mrs McGolf

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  3. Staying with the anser styled putters. Each company obviously has its own take on the look, width etc.

     

    From a look perspective the Toulon is probably the most toned down with color or graphics, the look is smooth and easy as is the feel.

    The Pirreti and Bett are super clean millings, the edges are a bit sharper by design. Bettinardi has upped their game in the splash it on column, Where Piretti is finding their way. 

    From a feel perspective I would say the Pirreti is more crisp than the Toulon and softer than the Bett models. All are solid in their own way.

     

    Once you have the parameters for the putter, length, lie, loft etc, then its what you like looking and feeling.

     

     

  4. To the cities question: I live near Columbus and actually like the shape of the putter however being a lefty put that option out to pasture however the indy is about 3 hrs away and does come in lefty. It look a bit to the wild side but hay, if it works success breeds acceptance.

     

    To meeting Toulon, I met him at the PGA show this year too and you are correct about the "IT". we talk design concepts and what he concentrates on when coming up with the new looks and names. Very cool and cemented my choice about the INDY.

     

    I had a Piretti in the bag and it is a very nice putter to be sure however the INDY in MR model has made more one putts in the latest outing than the piretti has since in the bag.

     

    I am happy with the putter

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  5. I have what I believe to be the first set of the Lefty RS-10.

    I put the Recoil tourspx in them and can say they are one of the best forged lefty irons you will come across.

    For me anyway. There are no edges on this model. rounded. leading edge, toe ,sole etc. with a slight offset for my mishits.

    the design is middle of the road to better playerish and when paired with the right shaft, in this case the recoil shaft, watch out.

    I also liked the clean look of the club.

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  6. I does appear the grip provides the counter balancing,

    You can a replacement PING 15" grip and build up the grip for a larger size.

    You could also get the counter core SS grip. I would weigh the grip when you take it off to make sure you get the approximate same weighted grip to replace it.

    You could get a regular larger grip and put in a balance certified weight or tour lock. or you could put on some lead tape along the shaft an d the regular grip

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  7. always a fan of a transitional set. Meaning easier to hit iron in the taller end and a wedge like head at the shorter end of the set.

    Almost as if each head is made with a purpose.

    What I found funny is in the corner of the picture MG (which I assume is Miura Golf) by Miura.

    That is akin to saying MGS presented by golf spy.

  8. a negative AOA is in itself a hard thing to compensate against.

    A shaft might help but only very slightly.

    The swing speed you are generating is pretty good. Try this first.

    Crank down the loft say 2 deg and tee the ball down then give is a real try for about 20 balls to see if that helps before

    hunting down a shaft that isn't tested for your swing

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