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Trebuchet

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  1. I still have a couple of Solus 4.1 series wedges in my backup bag. Looking forward to hearing more.
  2. Sorry for the delay, I fell off the planet for the weekend... The space behind the irons is some kind of airgap between them and the woods, not sure what it's for, but you really can't fit anything down there. I'll see if I can get a pic of it on a riding cart, but looks like rain all week here. I did test mount it on a cart and it fits fine, seems to be completely functional.
  3. nice find. I can't be certain, but it looks like this is one of the original caddyrack bags. The company changed hands a few years ago, and there were some legacy products that the original company had launched. I understand that the issue with the legacy design is that the shafts contact the bag near the neck and it can cause wear on graphite shafts. (The Kahma that I reviewed doesn't have that issue). But if you've got steel shafts, then for $79 it may be worth a shot.
  4. I'll echo the others in saying you should definitely invest in lessons, and be prepared for the fallout afterwards. Also consider taking a few short (cheap) lessons with a few different instructors. Everyone learns differently, and some teachers are better for your personality, temperament and learning style than others.
  5. I tell you Tuna, I only played three rounds with it so far... but I felt soooooo warm and fuzzy every time I looked down and knew that each and every club was in its place.
  6. “Kid, I've flown from one side of this galaxy to the other. I've seen a lot of strange stuff, but I've never seen anything to make me believe there's a perfect cart bag out there for my gear.” Kahma C2 Golf Bag Kahma is a small Australian company whose original offering was called The Caddyrack, an organizational riser that was designed to be retro-fit onto existing bags. Having improved upon their original design, they have created a series of their own bags, designed around their Caddyrack concept. The results are remarkable… if you are willing to sacrifice some storage capacity,
  7. Currently score low 90's occasionally breaking into the 80's. As an educator and technologist, I believe in leveraging innovations in technology to better oneself. (sounds impressive eh? I just run a tech department at a boarding school) Technology without style is boring, and Cobra's penchant for flair has turned more than a few heads over the past few years. I've never been accused of being "successfully stylish", but I'm always willing to turn heads trying. And working at a school, I'm about to have plenty of free time to test out these beauties. I normally spend the summer evenings
  8. My birthday present just arrived! The Kahma C2 cart bag. I was looking for something to keep the chatter down, and didn't like the readily available options. I found this import from Oz, and had to give it a shot. First impressions - wow. I'm planning on writing up a review after I've had a chance to take it out for a few rounds. Any specific features or questions I should address? USA Site Australian site
  9. I was toying with the idea of doing that too. Any insight into the value vs the expense?
  10. Seconded. When I've had particularly stubborn ones, I just soak the head in hot water for a few minutes. comes right off with a brush.
  11. 225 max? You'd get better results stuffing the ball down the barrel of an 8-gauge shotgun.
  12. Got a spy photo for you of the upcoming TMAG offering...
  13. Epic. The only "major" OEM missing appears to be Cleveland. Meaning we should expect to have at least 2 more "boutique" manufacturers represented. Thanks for doing this guys, can't wait for the results!
  14. I'm saving my pennies all winter so I can buy a new driver this spring. And I really can't wait to see what you guys have to say about the Covert and the Amp Cell!!!!!!
  15. Echoing what others are saying, their stuff is great, and at that price you can afford to tinker. I tried a few variants of the Xcalibur on my 9064LS, was able to experiment for a while and finally settle on the 6+. Love it!!!!!!! Anyone have any feedback on their Iron Shafts?
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