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  1. 1. Do you currently or have you ever done club build and/or repair?

    • Yes
    • No
  2. 2. If no, have you ever had the hankering to do so?

    • Yes
    • No
  3. 3. If yes, do you only do your own clubs or also work on others?

    • Only my clubs
    • Mine and others
  4. 4. What goy you interested in doing it?

    • Saving money
    • Just for fun
    • Wanted more control over build
    • One or more of these

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13 minutes ago, dlow206 said:

I was talking to Mondher from Golf Mechanix about the first machine you posted and this one: https://www.golfworks.com/golf-mechanix-clubmakers-loft-and-lie-bending-gauge/p/gm1036/. He gave an answer i wasn't expecting. He said if you are a traditionalist (traditional lofts), then the one you mentioned first, if more into modern lofts (i.e. expect to bend more modern loft clubs) then the one i mentioned.

Probably very few know who Mondher is





Great stuff Derrick, thanks!  First I've heard of Mondher and that reply would have surprised me too.

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:ping-small: G400 SFT, 19 Degree 5w

:srixon-small:  ZX5 Irons 4-AW 

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@McGolf You put BB and F Co ferrules on my PXG 0211 irons.  I am thinking about upgrading the ferrules on my wedges myself. I have some BB and F Co ferrules without collars, that I would like on my wedges. I have Callway wedges. A Mack Daddy CB and a couple of MD3 wedges all have steel shafts. My question is, do these Callaway wedges have a shoulder in the hosel that would require a collared ferrule?


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They do have a collar but when using a steel shaft you can get a way with putting on the Bb and F ferrules. Make sure the fit of the shaft and hosel are tight and it will work

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Driver - 44.5" 5.0 flex 10.5 deg ACCRA tour Z GP MCC4+ 1 deg closed

Irons - 5-pw, GW stnd length 5.0 flex same grip 1 deg flat. Type low medium offset cavity back, no diggers

Wedges - 56 and 60 tour grind wedge spinner and mcc4+ grip 2 flat 10 and 8 in bounce

Putter - 33" 3 deg loft 70 lie, lrg slight line slightly toe hang

Ball - truvis

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HC - LH but 85 is a good number, playing in Ohio.

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I have a DIY spring loaded shaft puller(Only used for graphite shafts)

I use propane torch for all heat requirements.

I lucked out and bought a Mitchell from the bay quite a few years back for 400.  I am sure the measuring part probably doesn't read correctly, but I use to adjust based on the dry erase marker method, and I bend for loft based on yardages not a notion of equal loft gappings, so I don't care if it is not reading the exact number.

I use the pure grips air installer (When I was going through my shaft testing phase, I got tired of "wasting" grips) so putting them on with air was cheaper.  Cheap pancake air compressor from Home Depot.

I turn my own ferrules if needed, but tend to just order them the correct OD of the hosel.

A drill and numerous drill bits(I end up removing weight from all of my short irons)

Vice to hold the heads when I drill

Small parts plastic organizer.  I hold all of my OEM adapters, screws, ferrules, shims, brass weights, calipers, SS counter core weights, small tools.

ALL-Fit universal hosel adapters, I pull the OEM adapter as soon as I get a new club and use only the All-Fit.

Kitchen scale (to get relatively precise gram measurements)

Golf Works SW scale (While I think matching SW throughout your iron set is stupid) I still use a SW scale to do my poor mans MOI matching.  .33 for 1/4" increments, .5 for 3/8" increments, and .66 for 1/4" increments.

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Driver - Callaway MX LS on Velocore-Powering-Ventus-Web-Alt-660x120.png.aee250669616820d00f429e0c46a332d.png Purple
Fairways - Sim2 on UST Mamiya Black
Hybrid(s) - Cobra King TEC on ust-mamiya-vector-logo-e1579150002556.png.8e70a5366e7cc078a89e7b705c55fe8f.pngRed Hybrid, Callaway Epic 7 wood UST Mamiya Black or Srixon ZXU on ust-mamiya-vector-logo-e1579150002556.png.8e70a5366e7cc078a89e7b705c55fe8f.pngRecoil 110

Irons398699977_srixonlogo.png.79fe2991c2fa6e5a25897c0fb32f0d13.pngZX5 4 & 5iron, and ZX7 6-PW  all on ust-mamiya-vector-logo-e1579150002556.png.8e70a5366e7cc078a89e7b705c55fe8f.pngRecoil 110

Wedges - cleveland-golf-vector-logo.png.425fb59c391d774c79d96b4af840add4.png Zipcore 50*, 54*, and 60*  all on ust-mamiya-vector-logo-e1579150002556.png.8e70a5366e7cc078a89e7b705c55fe8f.pngRecoil 110

Putter - image.png.daabc1cfe5e524adab74c26701e62fb5.png Ocracoke or image.png.6899374f32ce3f490d50912fc5cb89f8.png MA/66 on all on ust-mamiya-vector-logo-e1579150002556.png.8e70a5366e7cc078a89e7b705c55fe8f.pngFrequency Filtered
Ball - Srixon Z Star

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