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  1. You might want to consider shaft extensions. Go to a reputable golf shop or club builder and get measured for your proper length. They can usually blow off and save your grips. It only takes a few minutes to install each extension. Once the epoxy has set they can cut your irons to the proper lengths and reinstall your grips. Since you have forged irons they can check your lie angle and adjust each club accordingly. This scenario is quite common, providing you didn't need several inches added. This would be the most cost effective way instead of re-shafting. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. I also wear progressive lenses and have worn single vision sunglasses for golf since 1995. My Optometrist was an avid golfer and told me to bring my clubs with me when I went for my appointment. He had me grip and set up for shots using the driver, fairways, irons, etc. and marked the lenses with a Sharpie. I asked him what he was doing and he told me that he was going to drop the focal point down so that nothing would be blurry when I addressed the ball. It wasn't much, but what a difference when I received my glasses. If I remember right, he lowered the focal point around 1/32”. I've had this done for every pair of shades I've had since. A word of caution about Oakley sunglasses. If your lenses are too thick Oakley will refuse to build your glasses. This happened to me! I ordered a pair of Holbrooks and was told by them that my lenses were too thick and it would spoil the look of their product! So I didn't get any lenses from them. We had another company make them and they are awesome. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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  4. I switched to the new Golf Pride MCC +4 Align on all my clubs. Best move I ever made. Living in hot and humid Florida my hands sweat profusely. These don't turn in my hands and as a result I haven't had any blisters. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. Alan, if your Ping irons are damaged, just bring them to a Ping dealer. They'll send them off to Ping and they will send your clubs back looking like new. I worked at a golf store and a customer came in that had been in a serious car accident. His Pings were really bad off. Two weeks later they came back with new shafts and even repainted. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. I just installed the new +4 Align grips on my irons and hybrids. It's the best decision I've ever made. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. Welcome to the forums HarryB :)


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