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Here are my distances, I just changed several clubs including my irons. This are the distances I've been having during this few warm days I've been able to go out and play. Will see what are they during the summer when weather is warmer and the ball flies a little bit more.   Driver 9.5* - 275/280 FW 13.5* - 255/260 Hybrid 17* - 235/240 4i - 210/215 5i - 200/205 6i - 185/190 7i - 170/175 8i - 160/165 9i - 145/150 47* - 135 50* - 120/125 55* -...
I just bought a set of Mizuno MP 58 on ebay. What I made sure first is that the seller has a return policy. Then if the seller gives you the serial number in advance you can call Taylormade and check to which set that serial number belongs to. But once you get the clubs make sure you have them checked by a pro near by to confirm they are authentic before the return period is over. That is a little bit of work but certainly worht it. Good luck with your purchase!
Sorry about that, evidently I did not realize it was a repeat since I only watch a short part of it. Thanks for clarifying things.
Was watching the golf channel and saw that Steve was in Tiger's bag in the Travistock cup. Does anyone know what happened?
I recently bought a set 3-pw of  Mizuno MP 58 at a little more than $400 from an ebay store with >99% feedback and more than 20K transactions. When I bid I confirmed that there was a return policy. So the first thing I did once I got them was to send Mizuno an e-mail with the serial number and the specs, they confirmed that the serial number was correct for that special order (2* upright and 1" long with a PX 6.0 shaft), then I took them to the Golf Tec store near my...
Very interesting. I just bought on eBay a set of Mizuno MP 58 new from a very respected seller with more than 20K transactions and 99+ feedback. I checked the serial number for this custom set (1 inch long and 2degrees upward) and they said it was authentic. Custom sets have only numbers in the hosel, no letters. I got them for a little bit more than $400, so at first I was very suspicious. I took them to GolfTec and they told me that they were authentic. Even...
thanks for the advice, I've been thinking about taking some tape off but I haven't figured out how to remove the grips without cutting them. If anyone here knows how to do it I'll appreciate any info. Thanks again.
Approx 4 weeks ago I decided to change the grips of my clubs for midsize GP New Decade. I have big hands and decided to put 3 rolls of tape under. It felt good to start with but  when I went to the course I noticed that my natural draw with my irons was almost gone. I have to exagerate my rotation and close the face of the club significantly to get to hit a draw. I imagine that having larger grips somehow changed the way I grip the club I guess making me having trouble...
Wow!!! That's more than wearing out, it is almost ripping appart!!! I haven't seen anything similar. If I would have been from OGIO I would have not only replace it but would have done so by giving you a different model. I wounder if there's anyting wrong with that model in particular. Definitely they should replace it again.
I'm curious if you happen to use pants with velcro in the back pockets. It happened to me with my Nike golf bag that I was feeling how the velcro got caught witht he bag for the whole round and then noticed how this wore the padded area badly. Since then I've used pants without velcro in the back pocket. Just wondering if you happen to have that problem too since I consider Ogio to make superb bags, but I might be wrong.  
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