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Ryan Moore WITB Phoenix Open

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Driver - 8.5* Adams Speedline 9032LS w Graphite Design Quattro Tech 65 X

3 Wood - 14.5* Adams Speedline Ti w Aldila RIP 70 X

Hybrid - 17* Adams A7 Peanut w Aldila RIP X

20* Scratch Tour Custom Satin EZ-1 DS grind w TT Dynamic Gold Lite Sensicore X100

25* Scratch Tour Custom Satin EZ-1 DS grind w TT Dynamic Gold Lite Sensicore X100

5-PW Scratch Retail Satin 2010 SB-1 DS grind w TT Dynamic Gold Lite Sensicore X100

54* Scratch Tour Custom Antique DOG grind w TT Dynamic Gold Lite Sensicore X100

60* Scratch Tour Custom Antique SPN grind w TT Dynamic Gold Lite Sensicore X100

Ping JAS W-Ti Anser

Callaway HX Tour i(s)

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A7 Peanut is the retail name of the Adams A7 hybrid club... But there was a tour only hybrid out there called a peanut for a while. Hard to know which one he is playing, but we know it is good.

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Hey Ari, Whats Up?? I hope things in TN are Going well. AL Misses you SOOOOOO much.

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Nic! Good to hear from you! Things could not be better here in TN! You know I miss AL just as much!!!! Send my regards please....... lol

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Nic! Good to hear from you! Things could not be better here in TN! You know I miss AL just as much!!!! Send my regards please....... lol

Will do Ari, Will do.

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C'mon Ari, you got the access ... show us some pics, please! B)

 

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Thanks for posting Ari. I've been hearing nothing but great things about your product. I've been talking to a close friend of my over in Wales, and he says there's nothing better then your irons. Who know's maybe this summer I'll be putting a set of those blades into play. They sure look sweet!

 

Tim

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Ari, why isn't Ryan going with his Scratch putter at the moment?

 

Ryan is working with a brand new Scratch hand made Jeff McCoy putter but did not get it in time to game it at the WM Phoenix Open. We delivered it Tuesday night and he did not want to put it in play after only one practice day. It should be in play in Florida the next tournament he plays in. This putter is something that was completely designed by Ryan. He likes flat sharper edges and boxier shapes. This new putter has the same bumper shape as his last putter but the overall shape of the putter is much boxier and more square. The toe edge of the putter is dead straight at a 90* angle. The topline is completely flat and the edges are all sharper. Ryan feels that this really helps him with alignment, having all the lines sharply either parallel or perpendicular to the face and target line. Here are a couple pics:

 

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Looks good Ari. How much longer until a retail line of putters is available???

 

We are working on them. Realistically it might be Summer before they are available. We are working on a bunch of putters for Tour players and we have a huge order from an overseas distributor that we have to fill first.

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We are working on them. Realistically it might be Summer before they are available. We are working on a bunch of putters for Tour players and we have a huge order from an overseas distributor that we have to fill first.

nice. Good for you. Any chance that Jon has some at the Springfield store?? I might stop by...

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