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About verojoe

  • Birthday 07/14/1949

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  1. I tried posting a pic. It is on ebay, could not get it to the forum (not the most tech savvy guy in the world). Love the Ray Cooks, got about 6 of them. The Classic Plus II (8802 style) is my every day, go to putter. Will try the pic again.
  2. Does anyone know anything about a vintage Ray Cook putter stamped Minus 3. Appears to be an early version of their Classic Plus II, 8802 style putter. Thanks.
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  4. For me has always been and still is the 8802 style.
  5. I recently found a set of George Izett 440 woods (I assume persimmon) in a thrift store. They run consecutively from the 7 wood through the 12 wood. Going to refinish them, but first wanted to check the specs on them (ie: loft, lie, length). I have been all over the internet, checked the Maltby bible for refinishing clubs, and even the contacted the Izett company still in business in Pennsylvania (but got no response). So I turn to the best collection of golf nuts, equipment junkies, collectors, and experts to seek out any suggestion or information as to where I may find the answers. So if anyone can help me out, I would appreciate it. Thank you all.
  6. Izett 440 woods

  7. Here is my plan. Gonna buy the Epic irons; then purchase PXG gap and sand wedges at $600 each; then put them in the den next to the $100 book on the history of Ping. This way I can sit and stare at all these great purchases, because I will not be able to afdord to play any more. Nah, won't be considering the Epics. Sent from my GT-P3113 using MyGolfSpy mobile app
  8. I love it! This game is so much fun, so great when players use imagination and creativity to play. It is terrific to get away from all the know it all people on TV who tell us you have to do it this way, or the equipment must contain that. Bottom line, if it works, it is a go. Hope you get back to us with more DIY projects.
  9. Just wondering if there any walkers left. I recently returned to the joys of walking the course. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed the idea of leaving the cart behind and playing in a much more relaxed state of mind. Also, it seems to me that I play better when walking. Anyone else enjoy putting one foot in front of the other when playing?
  10. I generally play used balls. Got sporting gods store near my house that sells used balls loose. Can go in and dig through the crates and pick what I want. If you have the patience, you can come up with AAA class balls, good enough for me. They charge $8.00 for 2 dozen. I also keep a new box on hand for more serious rounds.
  11. Hi from Vero Beach, FL. Have followed MGS for some time, but new to the forum. I play 3-5 times a week. When not playing I am in my shop re-gripping, re-shafting, repairing, or experimenting. If any of you are ever in Vero, contact me for a round, or quick 9.
  12. Would love the opportunity the i200 irons. Handicap:15 Live and play in Vero Beach, Fl. (Indian River County) at 3-4 diffeeent courses, primarily at Sandridge Golf Couese. Have played in order over time: Hogan Edge, Ping eye 2, Hogan Apex Edge, Hogan CFT, Ping i10 (current game set). Age 67. I am retired. I have the time to devote to testing and reporting my findings. I currently play 4 times a week, and spend time on the range when not playing. Thank you.
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