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I wish I knew. I play as a single a lot. The ones I hate are the guys who won't even make eye contact with you as they rush their (lousy) tee shot so that they can stay ahead of you.
I'm not clear on what you mean by "quality" and if you are equating that to "power." I am no teacher, but I find my best iron shots are when I am not trying for power at all.
I also frequent freegolfinfo, which has good stuff if you are into building clubs or component clubs in general. The first one I participated on was golfdiscussions but it got sketchy for a while, but I've heard they are under new management.
Don't know how much they can be bent, but Macgregor forged irons can be had for a song. I got my 1025CMs with S300/sensicore/new grips for $68, which was a ridiculous deal but have seen others for $100-120. Oh, and they rock.
I can only speak of my experience with bursitis in my shoulder. I saw a GP, who referred me to an orthapedic, who told me that I had a beaked chromium, and that was what was irritating the bursa, but that there was a PT who he had used who had saved many people from getting surgery for this sort of thing. The PT told me not to bother with NSAIDS and that I really needed to build up some specific muscles around the joint to keep things in place and keep the bursa from...
FWIW, I have always been an "overswinger", for reasons too boring to go into here, but today I went out and got in touch with my "inner Sadlowski" and let myself turn as far as I could (with my woods). I actually hit all of my fairways today (for 9 holes), which is a real rarity for me. I didn't always have the best contact, but they all went pretty straight. Definitely got good distance on the ones that I hit solid, and the others weren't too terrible. Worst tee...
So you only like playing with high handicappers when you are taking their money?
Since my golfing buddies are total flakes when it comes to planning anything I think I will have to do a solo trip if I ever want to get out of town and golf. I tried to set up something last spring and a 3 day trip became a two day, which then became a 1 1/2 day trip, which then became 18 holes at a local course, which then became 9 holes, and then they were 20 minutes late for the tee time. My friends suck.
If you are thinking about reshafting I would suggest finding a good clubfitter in the area to make sure you get it right. I don't know how things work elsewhere, but places I've looked at around here usually include the fitting if you have them do the reshafting.
You probably just made some guys wet themselves.
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