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  Do mallets have 0 loft? I know blades have around 3 degrees of loft. Moreover, are mallets technically de-lofted (i.e. negative loft)?
anyone know the length of this grip. The pingman putter grip.   or if anyone can give it a quick measurement and post it here, that would be greatly appreciated.
Does anybody have any input on the Ping Scottsdale TR and Karsten TR?   I'm in the market for a new flat stick and these two currently have my eye.
I had my vokey 56* bent to 60* recently. That moved the bounce from 10 to 14. I was told it might be hard to hit because of the unusually high bounce (titleist doesn't even produce a 60* in 14* bounce).   But I hit the club incredibly well. I haven't had a bad pitch, chip, or swing with it in the 36 holes i have played with it. It is my favorite club now.    Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this..I'm thinking this is all due to my swing or height (I'm...
I had the same problem for a bit. I ended up narrowing my stance and standing straighter and taller which fixed the problem.  -- and kept lower half very quiet   I think I just improved my swing overall, but maybe this will help with your toe hits too.
never hit one but that looks freshhhh
I don't know where you live but around me there are multiple golf shops that have used inventory in their retail stores-- and then there is even an awesome used club outlet (they only buy and sell used clubs/extra inventory from all over the country). If you can find a place like that, just go there and set yourself up with some stuff in your budget. If the club fits your eye, that's about all you have to go off of as a beginner IMO.
Are there any colleges out there that have a reputation for being in a great golfing area? I've heard C of C, for one. Lots of courses close to campus.
Has anyone had any experience with wedges that sell for about 40-50 bucks brand new?    There's a golf shop I've been in to a few times that sells these particular wedges in every degree (I can't remember the brand name now).   The brand is essentially unknown...but they go for a bargain price. They seem decent-- they're nicely wrapped in plastic, they have a clean design, weight feels good, etc.
I play on public courses in CT most of the year. If anyone else plays similar courses you will understand the frustration you feel when your ball ends up sitting on packed down dirt in the rough.   Today, I came up short on a long par 3, and I had about 15 yds to the green. The lie in terms of the ground's flatness was fine. But what I hated was that the ball was sitting on a patch of packed down dirt with very little grass, it was even in a bit of a crevasse of dirt. I...
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