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I've designed my own putter, and had it CNC milled. It's freaking gorgeous, and I'm obsessed. It has a flow-neck design, and unfortunately, the diameter male section that goes inside the shaft is just slightly too small for the .370" shaft it's used for. I've tried putting tape around the tip before inserting in the shaft, and it seemed to work, but only for about 2 hours of use, then the head came loose again. I'm using a lot of epoxy with glass beads, but don't want the putterhead to be wobbly or come loose. Any suggestions as to how to make it work? Thanks in advance f
I want to buy my brother an iron fitting session for his B-day. He lives in Sacramento and I'd like to get some first hand suggestions from any fellow spies living there. My quick search shows; Haggin Oaks GC, FitGolf, Bing Maloney, and Leader Golf.
Well fellow spies, I'm on the verge of submitting an order for a new set of irons (but need some final advice, please read on). Yes, it's true, the earth stopped spinning momentarily and the birds fell silent. After a years worth of research, input from fellow forum members, and 3 iron fittings, my beloved PingEye 2's will soon be sitting idle. Last year in my "Former PE2 Players" thread, I took the first step along this perilous road called "Shiny Metal". That is to say I had, at that time, recently attended a PING Demo and tested the G400's. Having just upgraded from my 90's circa driver