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Jaygord

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  1. *SOLD* 1) Taylormade M6 Driver / 9° / regular flex / damn near mint - $250 shipped *SOLD*

    2) Callaway Rogue 3 Wood / 15° / regular flex - $125 shipped

    3) Taylormade Speed Blades / 5i - AW with M2 SW&LW / Speed Blades are steel shaft regular flex / M2 SW is steel stiff flex / M2 LW is graphite stiff flex - $350 shipped 

    M6 pictures ---> http://imgur.com/a/RadPmES

    Rogue pictures ---> http://imgur.com/a/zSQUoXU

    Speedblade & M2 pictures ----> http://imgur.com/a/RHxq9aB

    This was a set I put together for my father over the past 3 years. Now in his 70s and recently having knee replacement surgery on both knees, he is done golfing. 

  2. 25 minutes ago, chadwzimm said:

    I used to be dedicated to Winn Dri-Tacs, but then my new Mizuno irons came with Golf Pride MCC New Decade's and I have become a HUGE fan of them.  Gonna end up putting them on the Vokeys I just got and my woods when I re-grip this winter.  Might try the MCC Plus4 and see what they're all about.  Anyone try them and like them?

    Mcc+4 or nothing 

  3. 8 minutes ago, zrumble said:

    Those look great! What paint did you use, and how did you apply it? I’m looking to customize a fledge old wedges myself. 

    I filled a small, head side Tupperware container with nail polish remover. Let the head sit in there then brushed the clubs with a brass bristle brush, redipped and repeat till all the paint is out. 

    My wife has an entire closet full of craft supplies, tons of acrylic paints. I did, 2 coats of each color. Full cure by baking it, which I can't do, or full cure in 20 days which I have since all courses are closed.

    Just brush the paint in, you don't have to be particularly neat with staying in the lines. Give it a minute or two to dry and gently wipe away the excess paint with a barely damp piece of paper towel, and I mean gently and barely damp.

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