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The difference is feel vs reality. As long as you feel like you're swinging easy, then you tend to be more in control and on balance. Much easier to get the clubface square at impact in good timing that way. It really doesn't matter that you're swinging harder than you think.
Thanks. I agree, the feel is incredible. I had a blue imoic midsize on the putter before getting it refinished and loved it. the only thing is that tend to run a bit smaller than what I'm used to. Their midsize felt just like a regular old school smooth ping grip. This white one is considered "oversized", but in reality it feels just like the mid-size grips I've been used to playing. Not sure about Int'l orders. I'm guessing if you have a valid credit card, you should...
Go for it man....woods be damned. The experience you get playing under the gun is invaluable. Everything is different in those tournaments. Your mind tends to want to race, your body feels a little more tense and the only way to get past that is reps. Play as many of tournaments as you can just so you can get used to playing in those conditions. As for your woods, if you're anything like me, you're probably swinging too hard. One thing I "try" to do is hit the ball...
Very nice!!! Nice playing. All I can say is enjoy it and don't take it for granted. I really miss those days.
Agreed 100%. What I love about it is that it's like having a brand new putter, but also having having the comfort knowing that beneath the new finish, it's still the same "old reliable" that's been working for me for over a decade. Best of both worlds. I'm also pretty sure I'm not going to run across anybody that has one like this, which is pretty cool.
Yeah, this has me kicking around the idea of maybe picking up one of the old Pro Platinum Laguna mid-slants on Ebay and sending it down for similar treatment. I just can't believe how good of a job these folks do down there. They really know their stuff!!!
It depends on your specific circumstance. Mine came out to around $115.00 because they had to strip the Pro Platinum finish ($30) and pull and re-insert the shaft ($15) + shipping and handling. You can save $15 by just sending them the clubhead. My advise is to ask for a quote. I'm all over it. I had bought the red and black Circa 62 headcover since I lost the original ages ago. Then last night I went to my buddy's house to put the new grip on and he just so happened...
Yes sir. It's a white, oversized IOMIC grip. Thanks! I'm extremely pleased with it. They said from the beginning that the milling looked to be in good enough shape to keep as is. For an extra fee (and time), they could have re-milled the putter for me.
To anyone considering getting new shafts, I highly recommend trying out the KBS Tour before making a decision. Based on my experience, they have a very similar ball flight to the Project X, in that they tend to rise quick then flatten out, which I think allows me to control distance much better. Especially in the wind. You also get great feel from these shafts while the Project X tend to play a little too rigid (at least for me). They really are the best of...
OK, she just made it back to me today. All I can say is WOW!!! Black Oxide Services did an amazing job and turned it around super quick! In just 1 week, all the dings and scratches are a thing of the past. It's like having a brand new putter, but better. Big thanks to Monica and Sherry over there for taking such great care of me. I can't recommend them enough to anybody considering getting something like this done. Here are some pics:...
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