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Sorry change that to I currently have an Adams 3 wood and looking at TaylorMade Senior flex
I currently own a TaylorMade recently purchase new Adams Speedline F11, steel, draw. I could change the shaft on the Adams to senior or purchase a  2014 Jetspeed Fairway Wood for about 80.00. Kind of a toss up from a dollar point of view.  We do not have a golf store where we live (closest one is about 100 miles) Any thoughts off the top of your heads.
I am changing from a reg shaft to senior shaft on my Driver and 3 fairway wood.  I am 72 years old with back issues.  My swing speed is a dismal 65-70 mph. In purchasing a new 3 wood with senior shaft would you suggest 15 or 17 degree loft (distance is my big concern)
As some of my post previously indicates, I am 72 years old and had back surgery few years back which really slows down my swing speed.  My teaching pro tells me that my swing speed with my 3 wood and Driver has slowed to about 65 mph.  I am going to try to increase that since that is really slow. He suggested I switch my reg. shafts in my Adams 3 wood and my Taylor made burner draw to senior shafts. It makes sense to me.  He says the cost of changing out the shaft...
I am a Marshal at golf course and in the winter (40 degrees) we have more golfers than one might expect that play in these conditions. I have seen a lot of information about golf cart heater that are used with a plastic cover enclosed golf cart.  Has any one had any personal experience with a particular brand or model.  I purchased one through Amazon that is extremely hard to start but once it is lit does a great job.  I was wondering if anyone had personal experience with...
Following back surgery a few years back I thought that I would never be able to play again.  I would go in my back yard and could not bend enough to hit a wedge or short or medium irons.  A club pro suggested I switch out all of my irons to woods. I've really never had a problem hitting fairway woods so I said what the heck.  I have the following clubs: Driver 200yrds, 3wood 160yrds, 5wood ??,7wood maybe 130yrds, 9wood110yrds, 11 wood??, 13 wood ??, 15wood ??,17wood...
I am 71 yrs. old and thought I would never be able to play again.  I had a laminectomy a few years ago and thought I would never be able to swing a club again.  Someone suggested switching out my irons (which I haven't been able to hit for some time) for high angle fairway woods.  I have 3,5,7,9,13,15,17,19 (19 is the wedge)  I am learning to hit them fairly well and keeps me playing because the shaft is longer and I can sweep the ball and not have to hit so much down and...
I'll try to be brief. I'm 71 and used to play 2-3 x week. Following a laminectomy (L4/L5) and recommended physical therapy, given ok  to try to hit some balls while taking it easy. Began hitting easy pw/9iron. Proved a disaster. several months later Doc said now I have problems with L6 and S1.  Recommended fusion or pain management.  I went with pain management.  Low dose of Tramadol each day keeps me active.  Again tried to hit some ball with wedge.  Really hurt for days...
JML:yuck back surgery how old are you guys?......Longevity offers rewards and challenges.  Just pray you get the opportunity.
Good feedback and I'll try to apply when I get back out on the course.  I really think that I on scoring well (which is important) but failed to realize that as a weekend golfer (when I was playing) I need to relax and enjoy the experience for what it is rather holding myself to a standard that was a little unrealistic.  
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