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frostdaddy

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  1. I play the MP-62's and love them. However, I bought them about 3 months before the MP-58's came out. I would have really liked to have tried the 58's.
  2. The 9064LS looks amazing. Are they coming out with a 9064LD as well, like they did with the 9032 models?
  3. That's kind of shady. I feel like they are trying to trick their customers.
  4. Back on the subject on driver adjustability, I think companies should try to develop a MOI and CG fitting system. Where you could hit drivers with the same face and head shape but the internal weighting is different. They would be able to place the weights for extreme forgiveness (high MOI) with a high launch (low CG) or workability (low MOI) with low launch (high CG) or anywhere inbetween. The weight locations would all be set by the manufacturer with NO adjustability to the user. That way the user wouldn't be messing around with the 128 different combinations. This idea is trademarke
  5. I would like to know what percentage of people can actually afford to buy these $300+ shafts regularly.
  6. It doesn't seem like it would lock the club into place when it is on a cart just when it is being carried by the strap.
  7. This thing looks very slick. I definitely need to try this out. I always wanted to hit the 9032LS and 9032LD drivers but never got a chance to.
  8. Golfsmith offers this service: http://www.golfsmith.com/cm/display_page.php?page_num=cm_lp_cm_services
  9. I think you should give the Vokeys a try since you already play with Titleist irons. If you have room for 3 wedges I would suggest a 52, 56, and a 60. That gives you a nice even 4 degree difference between all you wedges (assuming you PW is around 48). If you only have room for 2 wedges I would suggest a 53 and a 58 or a 54 and a 60. The key is to find what feels best for you so that when you are over the ball with a wedge in your hand you feel confident that you can stick it close. As for spinning the ball, it might be how you make contact with the ball or even the ball itself. Maybe tr
  10. Nice...my putting could definitely use some help
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