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DB86

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  1. It's actually just my driveway. Unless I shank one then it's probably headed towards the main road.
  2. It's pretty easy. Lot of these have already been shared but I'll throw my two cents in. Removal 1.) just cut them with a razor. A hook blade works best. 2.) what I do to remove old tape is take a razor blade made for scraping and go back and forth along the steel shafts. Go around twice getting about half of the length in one time and the rest in the other. Once the biggest part of the tape is gone I use a wash rag and acetone to wipe the rest off. Installation 1.) you can buy a regrip kit at dicks or other golf stores. Comes with everything you need. 2.) use plenty solvent.
  3. Looking forward to seeing this. I have plans of my own. Here is a plan view oh mine. Tee off from front yard. Green down in the hay field. It's about a 75 yard 50 ft down hill shot. Should be fun.
  4. Good looking set. Have to let us in on the putter.
  5. I've done both. Air and the coat hanger and solvent. Never hurt a shaft either way. Have had one to blow up while using air though.
  6. Not 100% a golf club deal, but I ran across a set of clubs on Craigslist that I got for $75 dollars. Ended up trading the clubs in at global golf and re-selling the bag. I used all the funds for a rangefinder that was $250. I paid $76.09 out of pocket including the $75 I paid for the clubs to start with.
  7. Wow that's a nice looking set of sticks.
  8. that looks great. Love it
  9. Sounds like I'd like to have your bag
  10. I never liked the yellow, but these clubs are great for me other than that so I made a compromise haha.
  11. Here is my current set up. Really thinking about getting a set of mizuno irons. May upgrade to the 2017 M2. Driver: TM '16 M2 10.5 degrees. Mitsubishi Rayon Kurokage shaft 3 wood: TM Aeroburner HL 16 degrees. Hybrid: TM '16 M2 19 degrees. Matrix Altus Tour Hybrid Shaft. Irons: TM Rocketbladez 4-PW standard TM Rocketfuel shafts. Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM6 grey 50-08 F grind 56-10 (bent to 54-08) S grind 58-10 S grind Putter: Scotty Cameron Studio Style Newport 2 re-finished in black. Bag: TM Catalina
  12. i can't remember exactly but I progressed from rough to smooth. Maybe 80 down to about 400. Didn't have to be too smooth because the Cerakote requires a media blasting before you do it.
  13. i used sand paper and elbow grease mostly. Used a dremel for some of the worst ones. The stainless is pretty soft.
  14. Did this project a while back and shared it on another forum. Just thought it share it here also. Hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed doing the project. Started with this After a lot of time elbow grease it looked like this... Cashed in a favor from a friend who does Cerakote and did a little paint fill and re-assembly. I ended up with this for about $75.00
  15. 1. James (go by Daniel) ​2. Scotty Cameron Studio Style Newport 2 3. Yes "sort of" 4. Studio Stock 8...love this style.
  16. Here is an updated pic of the Vokey above. I added a little patriotic touch. Love this club. Too bad it sits in the spare bag now. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. I have been doing my own stamping for a while. I actually use a set of stamps from Harbor Freight. They have served me well. I use a 3 lb hammer and an anvil (old piece of railroad track). I have found that the most important factor to getting a good stamp is having the club on a very solid base like my anvil. Definitely not wood. I use two layers of masking tape on the club and one on the anvil. Whatever you do make sure the stamp is placed flat on the club and only make one firm hit with the hammer (about like you would if you were driving a nail in wood). I have had a few double stamps due
  18. Looks really nice Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  19. Thanks everyone. Really enjoyed the time and stories he shared with me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  20. I posted this over at THP earlier, but wanted to share it here also. So I stopped on my way home from work today at a local course to hit a bucket of balls and relieve some stress. About 3/4 of the way through the bucket a car pulls up and stops to watch while I swing. An older gentlemen gets out and asked how I was doing and said do you care if I watch you hit a few balls. I said no and kept on swinging. After a few more the man said "son you have a very nice swing, but I think you have a few minor problems with your set up. He said I'm not trying to interrupt, but I'm a PGA pro from Panam
  21. DB86

    My Setup

    Thanks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  22. Good looking bag. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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