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What have you bought lately? (CHA - Club Ho's Anonymous)

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Nothing worse than being one component short of a golf club build. Waiting on that last part is like watching paint dry.

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It sucks, I have everything I need, I also have 3 baggies of ferrules, but I don't have the ones needed. It was horrible, grail golf eBay store, shipped Tuesday, I have them now, And I ordered extra.

I ordered ferrules from Grail golf yesterday as well. Made sure to get extras too. But they won't get here till Monday, so no club building for me this weekend.

 

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I just bought a Case Knives Golf knife. Thought it looked neat so I bought it. Got family that collects Case product

In another lifetime, i was a rep for Case in SC. Great looking knives.

 

 

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Going back in time.

 

 

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I see the space ship didn't last

 

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Heck no. I liked it at first but... it wasn't for me. Too much crap going on. Too many lines.

 

Watched a video about blade putters, make so much sense to me. He was saying that the blade putter design hasn't changed in 50 years. But look at the driver. 460cc... you'd get a weird look if you pulled out a persimmon on the tee, but on the green old blades are the standard. And look most of the best putters in the world use “old” tech.

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In another lifetime, i was a rep for Case in SC. Great looking knives.

 

 

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I've always had either a Case or Buck knife in or close by. Got my 1st Case maybe 1960, in fact it's in the pic I posted, bottom right.

 

 

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In another lifetime, i was a rep for Case in SC. Great looking knives.

 

 

 

 

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I have a collection of them that my grandad and dad carried. I still rotate carrying them today and they will go to my son too. They are built to last and hold an edge better than many brands I have owned.

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Heck no. I liked it at first but... it wasn't for me. Too much crap going on. Too many lines.

 

Watched a video about blade putters, make so much sense to me. He was saying that the blade putter design hasn't changed in 50 years. But look at the driver. 460cc... you'd get a weird look if you pulled out a persimmon on the tee, but on the green old blades are the standard. And look most of the best putters in the world use “old” tech.

Did you roll any putts with it or just buy it sight unseen? They are good putters for sure if they match your stroke.

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Did you roll any putts with it or just buy it sight unseen? They are good putters for sure if they match your stroke.

I did a few years ago when they first came out. Really liked it, still do. It seems I just putt better without any alignment lines.

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My personalized Chrome Soft Xs came in today. Oddly, they were in Chrome Soft boxes and sleeves! I almost sent them back!!!

I will try them tomorrow, hopefully vs OnCore Elixr, and TP5X.

 

 

 

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Mookie, you take photo's of everything BUT the personalisation...c'mon man!

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Mookie, you take photo's of everything BUT the personalisation...c'mon man!

I gave you a TEASE in the sleeve window!!!

 

 

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Always nice to see welcome gifts on your desk when you come back from a trip.

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Always nice to see welcome gifts on your desk when you come back from a trip.

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Ooooooooooo! “I wanna see! I wanna see!!!!”

 

 

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Family initials?

 

 

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Yes. The initials of the three kids.

 

 

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Finally heeded TSauer's words and just did it. Paying $30 for a regrip tool hurt my principles but maybe I can recoup some of that selling saved grips.

 

Already did one and it came off easy as pie. Gonna try a Super Stroke later this week once the new one comes in.

 

 

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Confirmed. It works well for Super Stroke grips. Took a little bit of effort to get started but was able to get it off unscathed in about 15 minutes.

 

Patience pays off if you let the solvent work its way down at each level. Eventually you get to the point where the whole grip will spin and you kind of screw it off from there.

 

 

 

Now I've got a nice little collection of perfect condition grips. Gonna take some pics and post a listing.

 

 

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Confirmed. It works well for Super Stroke grips. Took a little bit of effort to get started but was able to get it off unscathed in about 15 minutes.

 

Patience pays off if you let the solvent work its way down at each level. Eventually you get to the point where the whole grip will spin and you kind of screw it off from there.

 

 

 

Now I've got a nice little collection of perfect condition grips. Gonna take some pics and post a listing.

 

 

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That's pretty cool. I need one. I've heard I can use my air compressor, but I've also heard I can blow grips to pieces with my air compressor. What did you use for the solvent?

 

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That's pretty cool. I need one. I've heard I can use my air compressor, but I've also heard I can blow grips to pieces with my air compressor. What did you use for the solvent?

 

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⬆️This.

 

You can get solvent from all kinds of sources. I like this stuff because it doesn't really have a smell. The needle-shaped tip makes it easier to squirt in the grip once you get a little space. I've also got one that sprays as a spreader for when I'm putting the grip on.

 

Blowing is a great tool if the grips were blown on to begin with but can be tricky with tape-installed grips. Mpatrickriley talked in another thread about how he got grips off by squirting solvent in the vent hole then follow that up with the air compressor. You can absolutely blow up grips so you just need to be careful not to rush.

 

Patience pays.

 

 

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