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Posts by andy walker

If you're driver shaft is 63g you will need a 73g in the fairway.As the shaft is shorter you will need extra weight to keep the same swing weights consistent... 
Club are fine,I was fitted by Golf Principles in Basingstoke in June complete re shaft of irons and woods.Since then I have play some quality golf. Im the same every year when it gets cold and wet.I find the condition really hard to adjust too.  
It's that time of year again when my game goes to s**t......I have real trouble making the transition from firm conditions to wet soggy rough ,wet bunkers and slow greens. I hit so may fat shots and short putts it puts pressure on my driving, to hit it longer and that put pressure on the short game and so on!!! Please can anyone give me a clue to what I need to do, Anyone else suffer the same weaknesses.........
There does seem a lot of haters on Nike Golf products,Just wondering how deep this goes. I now play Nike 20XI-X balls, wear Tour Elite gloves and Lunar Control shoe,equipment I really trust and enjoy....However I'm yet to find a club that I can put in the bag.The Covert Tour came close but no better then my Callaway Extreme Fit.   Wedges and Fairways seem the worst to me.I think the irons are pretty good.
love that reply!    I once saw a question on Golfwrx,people asking what socks others wore on the course.   Really love some of this stuff....
Anyone there........
913 is a great club enjoy!
Ha ha too true. Pretty sure everyone on wrx has sponsorship,plays on tour and hit the ball 465yds
If you can play with some single figure players at your club. You will pick up skills without even knowing it,Just see how they deal with a bad hole or two, and scores of 87-89 are just around the corner.   Good Luck
All correct if as you say from one extreme to the other. But the guy on here (I've not been on here long so apologies in advance) and golfwrx seem to think shafts are the most important thing with fitting and hitting good shot.....This is NOT true. Shafts come into there own when you swing in excess of 110mph which most handicap golfers don't. loft is the most important factor. Even Lee Westwood now has 11.5* on his G25. Newer club heads really lower spin for everybody...
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