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7 hours ago, Tom the Golf Nut said:

Agreed, right up there with grinding hot dip galvanized parts. 

Yep that is nasty stuff too---- I only welded and ground hot dipped Galvanized ONE time and that was enough---- When I lived in NC there was a place up the road from me that did hot dip Galvanizing--- In the summer you could see some nasty multi colored fumes rising from that place--- Do not know if it is still open I do know for a fact most of the long time employees ended up with some type of cancer.

Driver --- Honma G1-X Stock R Flex----  3W Callaway Steelhead UST Pro Force Gold 65 stiff--- 2 iron 1980 Macgregor VIP Nike R flex-------- Irons 3 thru PW 1980 Macgregor VIP Hogan Apex shafts--- SW Cleveland 588 Sensicore S-400-- Putter Rusty Santa Fe Bulls Eye Fluted shaft-- Bag Old School Hoofer I had in the stash--- Goes along with my raggety persona

 

 

 

 

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Tony C might kick me off the forums for this. But I really believe that a standard 588 style wedge has zero difference from one brand to another. I am not talking about the bounce and grind options th

okay, that is exactly where I am at. I also have Sub70, and I got it because of price. And having used it, I can't come up with any reason to spend more on a wedge than it costs. I'm fishing for someo

@Thin2win usually lets me buy the expensive stuff and then wants to take it off my hands after my ADHD brain moves on to my next idea lol

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9 hours ago, BIG STU said:

Yep that is nasty stuff too---- I only welded and ground hot dipped Galvanized ONE time and that was enough---- When I lived in NC there was a place up the road from me that did hot dip Galvanizing--- In the summer you could see some nasty multi colored fumes rising from that place--- Do not know if it is still open I do know for a fact most of the long time employees ended up with some type of cancer.

Not sure about the plant in NC. Lots have closed over the years due to EPA regulations. We use one in Chattanooga and another in Bristol. Both are owned by the same company.  If we have to grind anything off our welders and grinders have to use respirators. But the Berilium Copper is really bad as well.

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:taylormade-small: 3 Wood, SLDR  HL 17*  R Flex

:taylormade-small: 5 Wood, SLDR 19* R Flex

:cobra-small: 7 Wood, F6 22.5* R Flex

:Sub70: Irons, 699 Pro's S Flex (5 - AW)

:Sub70:  JB Wedge 56*

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In my experience turf interaction varies substantially from brand to brand even when grinds and bounces are equivalent, but ymmv obviously. 

Driver:  :titelist-small: TSi 3 10* w/ Graphite Design AD IZ 7X 

Fairway: :titelist-small: TSi 2 15* w/ Graphite Design AD IX 7X

Hybrid: :titelist-small: TSi2* 17* w/ Atmos Blue 85x  

Utility: :ping-small: i500 3i (19*) w/ MMT 125tx

Irons: :cobra-small: King Forged CB w/ KBS $ Taper 130

Wedges:  :vokey-small: SM7 54 S, 58 M w/ Modus 125

Putter:  :cameron-small:  California Hollywood 34" Circle H

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