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Does anyone make golf balls anymore like the old Pings that were half one color and the other half another? I think i would like to get some to practice putting as it is very easy to see if you are the least bit off on your stroke.
The new Mizuno ball once the send me a dozen. ( hint hint). Bag is actually an orphanage for adopted balls I try out.
Kindle availability date?
6'7" here. My clubs are +2 and 3 degrees upright. However, the extra length is mostly due to the fact that I have short arms proportionately. I have played with other folks in the same range who have clubs that are standard or in one case, shortened. A lot has to do with arm length. Find a good fitter and get a set built for you. As for shafts, there are a lot of good ones out there. Nippon Steel makes some good lightweight shafts. Research your area and find best...
Light Blue mid size wraps for me please
Being one who has gone the Edel route after buying 4-5 putters a year for years I can only say that one must go through the unique Edel putter fitting to have any concept of how different the results can be. I have never read or heard of anyone who was not helped having home through the fitting. I mean, how many other putters actually work on getting the correct amount of weight up in the butt end of a club along with other variables such as getting correct loft to...
I just saw a poor guys ball shred the hole, disappear in the hole and then climb back out and sit inches away.  He was heartbroken as he has yet to have a HIO.  He was so shaken that another guy in the group who had put his ball about 9 inches away missed his birdie putt and made an invective birthing par..  Hard not to laugh at that point 
I have played the 9.5 Tour Version with a regular flex shaft for the past 3 rounds and can reliably say that I have not ever hit any driver further.. It did take a while to get used to the impact sound which is quite dull and "thuddy" sounding to me.  Kind of reminds me of the Yonex drivers of old.  But when looking at the results, I can certainly get used to the sound very very quickly..
With all the different adjustable drivers our there, are all the wrenches the same (universal) or are each one just different enough to require a seperate one for each manufacturer? i.e. if I am range and want to adjust my Callaway, could I use the one the Nike guy has? Anyone know which ones are identical and which aren't etc. thanks
Here is one I picked up at the merchandise show last month. It works like a dream and does no damage. I highly recommend.
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