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Viper12

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  1. Great looking list! I tried a few RX's and was impressed to say the least.
  2. Have you taken the grip off to see if there is any info under it?
  3. Outstanding irons and also one of the best fairways and drivers out there as well.
  4. It's only a matter of time, with how much time being the guess. The worse our global economy becomes the more likely this is going to happen.
  5. I believe new they are in the 100.00 range, but you can occasionally find them in bst sections and I'm not sure about ebay. I think one would be very useful in conjunction with lessons.
  6. I have the tour striker pro. It definitely teaches you to hold your release to hit the ball straight. The typical miss with it is not a hosel rocket, but more of a low bladed slice. Overall a good practice club that you will see improvement with if used correctly.
  7. I have purchased many things from them over the years and have never had any issues. Some of their components are quite good and rival OEM's.
  8. I had a smile on my face when I watched that speech.
  9. I can see that commercial being very short lived.........
  10. Ask Tom about them. If I remember correctly they are additional to purchase but not expensive at at all. Makes for a very fun putter to try different weights with. If I could use a double bend mallet more effectively I would still be playing one of these.
  11. Outstanding work. Nice twist to the traditional look of standard knit headcovers.
  12. I have had one of these putters and they are very solid. The bottom medallion comes off and there are weights that can be added so the head can weigh from something like 330 grams to well over 400 grams.
  13. Those are almost too purdy to even hit.
  14. I haven't read thru all the posts in this thread, but I have to wonder about titleist selling the Cameron name. My educated guess is that they own the name but don't own the man. He may be under contract but I wouldn't be surprised if he could go out on his own under a different brand name if push came to shove. I believe similar things have happened in the past with putter designers.
  15. What equipment you get will depend on how involved you intend to get and what your budget is. I've built up to what is pretty much a full service shop in garage. If you are going to get real involved and do high quality work you will need to get a good loft/lie machine (I have a true blue unit), frequency machine, and 42 inch belt sander just to name a few. If you want to do a little work here and there on your own clubs you can get by with much less. I would recommend getting some of the basics and start trying things out to see if it is really something you want to get involved with.
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