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  1. You can try and retro for the other irons, but you might run into the problem of adjusting lie angle. Most repair guys won’t change lie angle more than 1 degree on TM irons. And then if you do need new shafts, the cost of the shafts, shipping, grips, and install might not be worth it. If the irons are way off based on the Titleist fitting, I would sell the irons and start fresh. Chalk it up to living and learning. If they aren’t far from what the Titleist fitter says, then I would stick with what you have and make the adjustments. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. Anyone interested in selling their radar that has completed the program? Looking forward to trying this with my high school teams this off season. I love seeing the gains that everyone has made! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. @GolfSpy Barbajowas the embargo just for the Staff Model CBs? Is there anything coming soon on the new ball or D9 line?
  4. I went to clubstamping.com and I’m fairly happy. I’ve heard awesome things about Young Bros. but I don’t think they sell to non retail places online. I think a lot of the tour guys use Young bros. I tried stampyours and they said specifically that they will work on cast wedges in the club stamps, but I underestimated the size of one stamp and it came out tiny so I didn’t try it on a club. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. Be careful when you're going to Etsy or the supply guy. These are often NOT sharp or hard enough to leave a good impression on a wedge.
  6. Good luck! It's fun, addicting and very frustrating all at the same time!
  7. Agreed. It's always a nice starting point. I always got the static measurements and started from the Ping chart and worked my way out from there.
  8. As much as she'll take? I couldn't resist when I saw the post title. Good luck!
  9. To be honest a lot of it is on the job training. Each company has specific product and fitting modules that you can get access to if you're in the business. Trackman U is always a great place to start. Tons of ball flight, face angle, etc. modules to go through and how they are connected. You watch some of the better guys in the business and you begin to understand that it's not always a numbers game. A good fitter is of course knowledgeable about product and numbers, but it really comes down to reading and reacting to the person that you're fitting. If you just want to geek out o
  10. Good guess on the ball, but incorrect. I'm curious to see what it does actually look like tomorrow.
  11. Sounds like you’ve got a winner there! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. I feel like this should become a MyGolfSpy experiment. Have a tester put the adapter in all of the different settings and see if any actually feels and produces different results. So it is safe to say that your original review would’ve been totally different if the adapter and graphics were not done correctly at the factory. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  13. So I will respect the embargo. But I did talk to my guy today and I heard that the driver either is in play right now or will be in play with Gary woodland. The ball sounds interesting. It is either in play on the European tour right now or it will be in 2021 with four European players and at least one PGA player. He did not share any pics of anything new. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. Come on man! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  15. I remember trying the Obama shafts one time at work. I toed one, heeled one and flushed on and they were within a yard distance wise and about 10 yards total right and left. I just couldn’t justify the price tag even with a PUD discount. Happy hunting! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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