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I just take divots from the fairway in anger and then replace the divots... feeling horribly stupid...
Not sure if there ever will be a conclusive end to the forged vs cast arguement. From my understanding of metals, the 8620 for instance cast well and forging doesn't change much of their properties. Therefore an identical club made from 8620 steel but one forged other cast will probably feel the same. For 10XX steels, they dont' cast well... The defect rate for 10XX steel cast is huge and it is a type of steel that forging compresses the molecules closer together and...
The sm's in general are not good for full swings as they put excessive spin on the ball. I'd imagine you'll be swing the 52* in a full swing... bending the sm might not be a good option.
I love my 3 iron and would not change it. It's simply the best for tight fairways, low punches and the sort. I am considering a 18* hybrid however.... the gap between my 3 wood and 3 iron is hampering my attack at par 5's on the longer courses and there is no way I can hit a 2 iron off the deck.
Thanks everyone for the information. I want to see a doctor and got some bad news... seems like graphite shafts will help but the scan show bad tears for me... so i'll be out for awhile... They have been started on strengthening exercises for the forearm muscles...
You must try both shafts to make a choice.... the rifles feel very different due to where the weight is in the shaft. I went with TT prurely based on feel.
Hi everyone... I have a major case of golf elbow... It was abit sore so i tried rubbing the tendon and now it's swollen.... in a really bad way... I know I have to rest, ice, compress and elevate and strengthen my wrist muscles but equipment wise is there anything I can do? Sensicore, graphite shaft? thanks for your help.
if you really need to drop a club get a 54* to replace the 52 and 56.
Hi Everyone, I'm a wedgeaholic and see many topics on this subject so I thought I might make a post on it. I own all three wedges and all three are in play at the moment. The CG12's and x-forged are in my normal bag and i use the vokey SM's for pitch and putt (greens are rock hard, impossible to make pitch marks). ok so here it is: Feel: x-forged are the softest feeling followed by the SM's then by the CG12's. The CG12's are firm stainless steel and though...
I have a bigger hobby that golf and it is photography, you miss focused on the beam behind =) hehe for pictures like that put it into macro mode, and if it's an slr you're using then i'd guess you'd know you need a macro lens. anyway, golf is a game where if something's on your mind it can affect your play. See if you have insurance on your credit card that covers it or something, or use it as a practice driver if it'll help you play better. of course i hope you can...
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