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Mizuno2

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  1. So I was fitted for 110 c taper lites S in irons. I play Miura retro and cb 201 combo set 3-pw. Going to get an MT 001 3 iron Driving iron. Dont want to put iron shaft in it. What does anyone recomend for DI Shaft? Was fitted based on 0.98 efficiency, play slight draw. 30 yrd peak hight 5600 rpm spin. 173ish carry 7 iron.

    Also was fitted for Kyoshi Purple in driver 10.5 Cobra f9. Need a shaft for my Adams 16° hybrid since my driver is a piece of s@#$. And cant hit a 3 wood. So I have decided on hybrid but having a hard tine on shaft. Want something that is higher launch low spin I think? That way I can hit into par 5s still.

     

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  2. I currently have a yes callie 12 with a Matrix p135 shaft and a flatso 1.0. I have been putting horrendously. Last shot 84 with 13 3 putts. Its bad and most of my misses are left. It could be me and very well is but sometimes something different changes things. So is there any putter grip that may help with the left miss. Maybe a round grip or a smaller grip then flatso?

    Thanks

     

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  3. So I just picked up a KZG HB516 DI with a ns pro 105gh x flex shaft and not loving it. Have 95s aerotech in irons and tensei blue 50g X in all my woods. Need help with shaft looking for mid to low launch grqphite. Was thinking nv proto the blue one or matrix black tie. Looking for cheap options. Any ideas?

     

     

     

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  4. So I just built the new driver for this year. KZG GFX 10.5 with a Tensei CK Blue 50 X flex(60gram) D1sw 44" white pure pro

    I Was wondering about using the same shaft in my 3 and 5 wood. They will be the same specs as my driver and Irons at D1 swing weight.

    Anyone have any experience with a light (around 60g) shaft in woods?

    Thanks

     

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  5. Since this is such a tricky part of the bag to gap I would recommend an adjustable hybrid. Cobra makes adjustable hybrids will a good amount of adjustment and are typically sold as 3-4 or 4-5. Purchase something you think is in the middle of the range and then you have flexibility. This is why I have to Cobra hybrids in my bag.

     

    There is also a good Mark Crossfield video where he is getting fitted for a hybrid. He has two stock shots with his hybrid a full standard swing that goes about 190 and a "chippy" cut that goes 175. After seeing the video this winter I am going to be working on the chippy cut at the range this spring to get more range from each hybrid.

    I watched that video to replace his rinky dinks. I do like the range of adjustablility from cobra and they can be picked up pretty cheap.

     

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  6. You can get some reasonable deals on Loudmouth website occasionally. Depends on how bright and how patterned you want to go. They usually have a Masters sale. Might be worth a look at Rockbottom during the Masters, they have some bright stuff, but it might be limited size options.

    Yeah thats true ill have to keep my eyes opeb

     

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  7. Depends on the actual distance you are getting with the 4 iron, driving iron or hybrid. Choose the one that fits your distance gap the best and whichever one you hit the best.

     

    MDGolfHacker

    Well Distance wise would be around 215 with the ablity to stretch it a bit and take some off. My 5 iron is 190-195 and 5 wood is 240

    Either club would be spec'd to get that yardage. Example would be 23/24 4 iron, 24 DI, 24/25 hybrid all with appropriate shafts. The 4 iron is pushing it a bit to get it to go 220 where the driving iron and hybrid is easier to step on.

     

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  8. I have a conundrum with gapping. Im having a hard time deciding what to do. 19* 5 wood and 28* 5 iron. I need to fill in between. I was kind of thinking with just one club. 4 iron, Driving iron, hybrid. Either one around 24* maybe. Any advice?

     

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  9. LOL I have quite a vintage collection---- I am the MGS resident vintage club ho!! Now over on WRX I am not a blip on the radar screen. I have probably close to 75 persimmon drivers and close to 100 vintage putters. Wedges close to 150 I know I have about 25 Wilson JPII wedges not counting other Wilson wedges and old non conforming Cleveland 588s I probably have close to 30 of the 588s alone.

    There aint a decent golfer that hasnt used or still own 588 wedge. They are a staple. Classic perfect shape.

     

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  10. Right now nothing planned but with me you never know.. This week I did find a partial set of 65 model Hogan plus 2 bounce sole irons. I will more than likely evaluate them and clean them up for play. Also found a R-11 driver in great shape along with another Wilson JP II wedge. LOL I think that brought my JP total up to 25 or so no joke. For some of the newer members that do not know me I drive a truck for a metal recycling company and end up finding a lot of stuff. I did my big project during the cold snap we had during the holidays--- had a pristine set of Macgregor VIPs I ended up blue printing and putting vintage Hogan Apex shafts in. These are my front line set now

    Sounds like you have a vintage collection!

     

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    Standard bench grinder to get the main stuff off and set the contour, and then various grits of wet/dry sandpaper to get the sole smooth to the touch. Last part is slow but I am picky as to the feel and a standard banch grinder leaves it pretty rough. I just go slow and try to take all of the maerial off in the same direction in little ribbons.

     

    I eventually want to get some golf specific tools but they are so expensive when you only do your own clubs.

    Yeah I hear ya. They are pricey and its hard to justify the cost. Even to do other peoples clubs i still think it is hard to justify. Others on here may disagree but I dont have the time to do full time

     

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  12. I've done ball markers from copper blanks and will continue to tinker with those.

     

    I also started doing ball mark repair tools in aluminum, brass and copper. Took some testing but I've got my design down now that incorporates a bottle opener in to them. I've been trying to figure out an easier way to polish them so I'm making a DIY rock tumber out of an old corded drill and the rods with rubber grippers out of an old printer.

     

    I also mad a bottle opener out of an old wedge, buddy saw it and gave me a bunch of old wedges so I guess I'll be making a few more of those as well.

    Bottle opener is always needed

     

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  13. I did custom grinds on my Cleveland wedges to take off the VT sole. Love the VT sole on my irons but it was playing hell with my chips and pitches off of some of the hard packed lies we get down here. I got the 50* wedge perfect but I still need to smooth out the 55* a little more and maybe take a bit more heel out of it.

    Any pics? I was thinking of a grind like on the sole of itobori wedges. I love that lookIMG_4988_1024x1024.jpeg

     

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