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RH716

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  1. Thanks. That's what I thought, but would hate to find out I was wrong after spending the $$. This way I can get the right shaft for me.
  2. Some background info - I've been trying to buy a new Taylormade M4 driver. I have been gaming the same R1 Black driver for over 6 years now and it's time for an upgrade. Been waiting for the deals on the M4, but now it's almost impossible to find one in 10.5 deg with a stiff shaft. I can however buy the 10.5 with a senior shaft. My question is, would it be fine to just pick up a shaft of my choice and switch out the senior flex shaft with no negative effects? Are the clubheads setup for certain shafts? I don't think they are, but I also don't want to find out the hard way.
  3. I vote for Birdie Time. Positive thoughts
  4. Rich from Burlington, NJ 95 driver SS Currently play Maxfli U/6 Tour (my supply is getting low!) Prefer the Tour X model for the higher ball flight, but open to either. Even if I'm not chosen for testing, I will be following this closely as I'm about to buy them and try them out on my own. I love the U/6 Tour model that this new ball has replaced.
  5. Rich / New Jersey Golf Pride VDR Tour Velvet Align
  6. I have UNC winning it all and will have the SOFT 8.5 colored in Tarheel blue to remind me of the win.
  7. Rich form Burlington, NJ HCP: 19 Current wedges: TM Tour Preferred EF 50*, 56* (I'm actually in the market for new ones) I'd love to give these a shot in the same setup.
  8. I'm really interested in this setup. I used to have something like this as the floor on my enclosed patio out back. I would place a couple of shot glasses on it for my "holes". I figured that if I hit the glasses, my putt goes in the much bigger hole. This way I can move them around since the floor had a gradual slope away from the house. It has served me well as my putting has been a pretty strong part of my game.
  9. I'm heading down to Williamsburg next month for a little golf trip and I'm trying to pick our courses. I've only played Williamsburg National Jamestown course about 6 years ago and it was in good shape. If anyone is familiar with any of these courses and can shed some light on whether or not they're worth playing or has other suggestions, I'd really appreciate it. We are looking at about 4 or 5 rounds, maybe an afternoon replay a couple days. These are the ones I'm looking at: Kiskiack Colonial Heritage Williamsburg National Jamestown or Yorktown Golden Horseshoe Green or Gold Cypress Cre
  10. I just stumbled across this thread and wanted to introduce myself. I'm in Burlington, right near the Bristol Bridge. Closest course to me is Rancocas, but there's lots of courses within 20 miles or so. I'd be up for getting together for a round sometime. Don't mind driving a bit. My golf time is mostly Friday afternoons and weekends.
  11. Rich, NJ 22 Never played Wilson irons Currently play TM Burner 2.0 irons
  12. Age: 46 150 ball speed, 105 swing speed current ball: Top Flight Gamer Tour
  13. www.rancocasgc.com/ is my home course. It's usually in good condition and I can find some great deals. The problem with that is that they tend to overbook leading to long rounds.
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