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  1. Yeah, I’d love to hear how they work out for you, although I hope I’m not buying any more batteries for a few years.
  2. Hey guys. I have four sets of stiff shaft persimmon woods ready to ship and one set regular flex. If anyone is looking for a last minute Christmas gift these are it. $75 shipped per set via USPS Priority Mail. Happy Holidays! PS, still got the Hogan’s for anyone that really wants to treat themselves this Holiday season. [emoji16] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. I’ll give a great pre-Black Friday Deal on the Hogan’s. 1960 Hogan Power Thrusts with the shafts and GripMaster Leather Grips $695 shipped to the USA. 1958 Hogan Sunburst heads $595 shipped to the USA. Would make an incredible gift for a golfer in your life or yourself. You are worth it! [emoji16] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. I’ve got some great classic clubs here looking for a new home. These would be a great gift for yourself or another golfer in your life. 1960 Ben Hogan Power Thrust Iron set 2-W Restored. These clubs have been completely refinished with a satin finish and reassembled with original True Temper Pro Fit regular flex (play more in between regular and stiff) and GripMaster leather grips. Beautiful clubs. I will also sell just the heads if interested. $795 shipped to USA $650 shipped to USA heads only Next up is a set of 1958/59 Ben Hogan Sunburst iron heads. Again these have been stripped and rechromed and look incredible. Would make an incredible finished set. $695 shipped to the USA And finally. Do you want to try hitting a real persimmon wood? I have multiple sets of New Old Stock persimmon wood sets that include Driver, 3, and 4 wood. Your choice of regular or stiff flex shaft. All come with new Golf Pride grips. Here is your chance to experience golf the way it was meant to be played with brand new, high quality persimmon woods. Pick up a set for yourself or make it the coolest gift your golfing friends or family member will get this year. $75 for a 3 club set shipped to the USA Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. Thanks, we are hoping for the best. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Day 4 off no power. Finally got some WiFi at my mother-in-laws place. Could be Friday before we have power again. It might be time to have a classic club fire sale to fund a Tesla Powerwall. [emoji22] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. I’m giving these some serious thought. Someone please save me from myself and buy these. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. Some clubs definitely look better with paint fill removed, your Taylor Made’s are one of them. Very slick looking. [emoji106] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. deejaid

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    Electricity was turned off on a Tuesday night and finally restored to our house yesterday afternoon. The little things in life like being able to run a coffee maker in the morning. That’s what I’m happy about! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. Tesla Powerwall Battery. [emoji363] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Yes it was full. It’s emptied now. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. If the sky mark is just ball remnant and the paint isn’t scratched a magic eraser will work great. I use it to remove sky marks off of old persimmon woods. It’s worth a try before a repaint. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. So you like the copper face over the ceramic? Interesting. I plan on giving them a bit of a head to head at the range once I get the coppers here. I’ve got a set of M-75’s here too. They are much too flat for me at the moment so I can’t really give them a fair test. I’m not really loving the shaft feel on them though. Not the Colorkroms unfortunately. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. Works wonders on sky marks. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  15. I saw you switched to a bullseye. I have one here in the collection but never use it. I still use the H&B Mars 50 putter and also recently started playing a Fernquest & Johnson Tony Lema model putter. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  16. I got a set of copper faces on the way too. Couldn’t pass them up. I am liking the Pro Pel 2 shaft. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  17. I have vintage Wilson’s, Hogan’s, Spalding’s, and Macgregor’s and while they are all great clubs I really like the Macgregor forgings. This newest pickup is a set of 1960 Macgregor CF4000’s. The grind and shape is very similar to my 1992 Macgregor’s and they feel very similar too. Very cool black face coating which is ceramic, heated to 4000*, hence the name (ceramic face 4000 )CF4000. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  18. I’m gonna give a special MGS price on these. $950 and I’ll pay shipping to USA. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  19. OK fellow Spies. Forget Miura, Kyoei, or any other bespoke forged irons, I guarantee you show up with these in your bag you’ll be the man. Cart girls will be hitting on you. Here is an incredible set of 1960 Ben Hogan Power Thrust irons 2-E restored to like new condition. This is a grail set of irons that have been restored to their original glory, ready to play or display. First, the heads have been rechromed and given a satin finish. They never came this way from the factory but they should have as the satin finish is incredible. The original Pro Fit shafts have been spine aligned and lengthened 1/2” to bring the clubs to modern playing length. Buyer has the choice of GripMaster leather grips or a set of New Old Stock Golf Pride Cord grips that have been stored away for over 50 years and are in perfect condition. Please note, the Pro Fit shaft is regular flex but plays closer to a modern stiff flex. Also, some shaft bands are missing but the original ones have been saved when available. Some may also be slightly turned as the shafts have been spine aligned and the shaft label might not face straight up but are original. This set has been tuned up and will hold its own against any modern blade style iron. They are ready to play and will be an incredible addition to any bag. I will pay shipping to the USA via USPS Priority Mail fully insured. Outside USA ask me for a shipping quote. $1150 Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  20. Could it be that for many people golf is no longer a game but has become an overwhelming focus that eventually they burn out on? When it was just a game, people bought a set of clubs, went and practiced or played a round and that was it. They enjoyed the round of golf or their “golfing time” and that was it until they got to the course to do it again. Now, in addition to practicing and playing, “golfing time” has taken more and more of their time. There are golf forums to discuss golf 24 hours a day. Online shopping to search for a new club that will help them improve because the practice isn’t working. Custom fittings, launch monitors, shot tracking, 24 hour golf tv channels, YouTube golf videos, etc. Maybe the people leaving have just said enough is enough. What started as a fun game became an overwhelming presence in their lives and was no longer fun. How many here or on other forums enjoy buying a new piece of equipment more than actually playing? After awhile the fun of purchasing new gear is less and less fulfilling until finally they realize they just spent $1000’s and are no better or happier in the game. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  21. Layla’s Stage 2 is up! https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/32703-2019-official-forum-member-review-wilson-juniorteen-complete-sets/?do=findComment&comment=562061 Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  22. Not what most MGS Spies are really into but I picked up some pretty cool classics from a local collector a few days ago. This set of 1955 Macgregor Byron Nelson 259 irons are one of the coolest sets I’ve ever swung. An incredible forging. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  23. OK, one time price drop. $400 plus actual shipping. I just paid $220 to have them refinished and another $70 in new grips. Going to be a killer deal for someone. Come get them! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  24. No, even when I’m in the rough I walk down the fairway until I get to the nearest marker than veer towards my ball in the rough. I never go to my ball first without looking at markers along the way, then try to find the closest marker after locating my ball, then count the steps back to my ball. I agree, that does take more time than a laser. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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