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I'm not a Ping guy. But I'm hearing great things about the S55s. Great turf interaction, long, straight, and forgiving.   If your striking the ball well, go demo the S55s.
 Whooops, yes you are right. Adding lead weight inside the tip end of the shaft should do it. I'll just have to consult with the fitter to figure all this out.
 LOL Wanna bet I can hit my 7 iron 800 yards?
Yes you are correct, they recommended using lead tape under the grip if it feels too light.
Just been reading a thread over on GolfWRX. On how manufacturers have too long shafts in most current drivers.   My Big Bertha driver shaft is 45.5" and I just can't control it like I can with my 3 wood. The 3 wood off the tee my most consistent club.   In order for all these OEM's to "claim" their new driver is longer, is to lengthen the shafts each time they increase head size. Sure its may be longer in distance, but can the typical 15 handicap player control that...
Thanks for all the advice and tips. I'm going to have two more range sessions before this weekend, but that still doesn't guarantee it will spill over to golf course.   I know what I'm doing wrong, I just can't seem to fix it during playing. For example, I'm trying to murder the ball off the tee on drives. At the range I swing easier with better contact.   I'll try an keep a positive attitude, but its hard right now.
I must be a range pro or something. I go to the range once or twice a week, and play a round on the weekend.   I've been playing golf for 20 years (and I still suck), been down to 12 handicap. Lowest round ever scored (many years ago) was a 77.   I buy new equipment, premium balls, new rangefinder.   So when I go to the range, I'm relaxed, everything is cozy swing feels great. Hitting nice irons good ball flight tiny draw sometimes. Get my hybrid out and hitting it...
 I'm not aware of the Kansas City fireworks laws, but are those illegal, how did you get them? Here in Denver, they are illegal, so we have to drive to Wyoming border to buy the good stuff. I still have some leftover from last year when I went to Cheyenne.
Did the ebay seller have in the description that they were cut 1 1/2" on the shafts? If the seller didn't specify this, then you have a case for a refund based on the product doesn't match the description.   Then open an ebay case and send the clubs back. Ebay sides with buyers, so you should be fine.
Wow! Those look like some killer fireworks BuckeyNut. Very nice.   I'm going to range tomorrow morning, then I'm playing a round at Legacy Ridge on Saturday late afternoon (twilight rate).   I have some friends over to do some grilling, and shoot of a few fireworks.   Happy 4th everyone, may all your golfing dreams come true. (was that kinda corny or what)
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