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Blue Steel

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Tampa, Fl
  • Interests
    Golf is my main hobby but I have others such as motorcycle riding and boating. I love working with clubs and have been repairing clubs, re-shafting, lengthening, adjusting swing weights, and re-gripping for at least 20 years. I don't have a loft and lie machine but my local shop checks those measurements for me. I have also built sets of irons,drivers and putters from component parts from scratch. Riding my Harley or cruising in my boat are tied for second place. There's a lot of nice weather here in Florida for all three of my hobbies.
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  1. I picked up my CaddyTek cart off of Craig's List and I absolutely love the features it has. It is some of the best money I ever spent on golf equipment. It opens up with a quick lift of the handle and collapses with the push of one button. I have a Honda Accord and the CaddyTek folds up small enough that I can get it and my bag in the trunk with room to spare. The bag attachment points are in sections and hinged so they'll fit any size bag and the elastic straps have multiple attachment points with a quick release latch. It has a lined cooler compartment and a dry compartment that will hol
  2. Thanks for the link to the Titleist contest...you never know.
  3. I've had good luck using glass beads in situations like this. You add them to the epoxy to make it thicker which will take up the extra space between the hosel and shaft. Once the epoxy has dried the glass beads won't move because they form a matrix within the epoxy. Without the glass beads the epoxy will crack and fail if it's too thick as you found out. You can buy the glass beads at any shop that sells shafting supplies. I think I got mine at GolfWorks. Boat supply places that sell fiberglass supplies also sell glass beads. They may be a different size bead so maybe look into that par
  4. I've read other reviews about the indifference Club Champion shows towards their customers and potential customers. I experienced this first hand. I tried to book an appointment for a putter fitting but couldn't because they would never answer the phone. After leaving at least five messages requesting a call back over a period of two weeks, I finally gave up. I guess my mistake was telling them in the message that all I wanted was a putter fitting. That must not have been a big enough ticket item to make it worth their while to call me back. I bet if I would have said I wanted a full bag of
  5. Joe Tampa, Florida I walk at least one round a week depending on the weather. I usually play twice a week, so that's quite a few walking rounds. I'm currently pushing a Caddytek push cart. I love walking when playing golf because it gives me time to think and really enjoy the golf course. I'm sixty seven years old with a bionic hip so testing a motorized push cart would be a dream come true. Plus I'd be able to play some hillier courses that I avoid now. Good luck to everyone and thanks for the opportunity.
  6. Blue Steel, Tampa, Fl Driver speed - 85-90 mph Current ball - the MG Tour C4 Urethane Maxfli Tour X CG
  7. Joe W, Tampa, Fl Driver: Cobra Amp Cell (white & silver), R flex 3W: Ping G3 3 hybrid: Adams Speed Slot Mizuno JPX EZ irons- 4 thru Gap wedge. Wedges: Upswing Golf - 52 & 56 degree. Odyssey White Hot Putter - Blade Ball: Wilson Duo - Vivid Green or Callaway Hex Black (hard to find these days). Handicap: 13 -14 Goals: Obviously every one wants to get better and I'm no exception. The technology in this Cobra Connect System would go a long way in helping do just that. Pitching, chipping and putting are my main focus. When I do practice the full swing I always have a speci
  8. I was aware of the one length concept from being a Tom Wishon fan. Then when Cobra came out with their set of one length clubs it really peaked my interest. It would be awesome and an honor to be picked to test a set of the Cobra's one length irons. I play upwards of 52 rounds a year and practice one to two times a week so they'd get plenty of play. Thanks for your consideration. Joe Tampa, Fl 15 Index Ping G-10 irons, 4-gap Cobra Amp cell driver Bobby Grace putter
  9. Welcome to the forums Blue Steel :)

     

    We are glad to have you at MGS. Go start your first message!

     

    There are thousands of golfers waiting to get to know you.

     

    MyGolfSpy Staff

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