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On 12/3/2019 at 12:55 PM, pajerus said:

can U play this or is not conforming? i've made one with stiff steel and reg graphite

I have not seen anything in the equipment section of the rules of golf that would deem it non conforming----- BUT!!!! let someone start making a lot of putts and winning a lot of majors and get Brendell and Frankie Poo at the GC stirred up and the USGA will surely ban it

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You should do a YouTube video on making one. I'm intrigued and gonna try this soon.

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I have a bi-Matrix x flex shaft in the garage it already has the steel tip, and I am not using it for anything. I wonder what would happen if I cut that down🤔. I probably won’t, but...

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17 minutes ago, Kor.A.Door said:

I have a bi-Matrix x flex shaft in the garage it already has the steel tip, and I am not using it for anything. I wonder what would happen if I cut that down🤔. I probably won’t, but...

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I played a round with a guy on the UST marketing team who did this. Took an F5/XS recoil shaft and an old steel tip. Interesting feel. 

Having tried both the stroke lab and the BGT shaft I’m not 100% sold but if it helps you feel good over the ball odds are it helps. 

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