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Am I Too Strong for My Clubs?

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56 minutes ago, RFKFREAK said:

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Next time I'll make sure not to have any Wheaties before I play. 😂

Obviously, yes. You're a monster 😜

What brand is it? Have you been storing them in your car in the cold? Did this happen in the bitter cold?

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You need to back off on the Wheaties.  I have the same problem with coffee.  If I have too many cups of coffee; I just kind of piss the round away.

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5 hours ago, RFKFREAK said:

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Next time I'll make sure not to have any Wheaties before I play. 😂

Damn...hate to see the tee marker you hit.😃

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14 hours ago, RFKFREAK said:

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Next time I'll make sure not to have any Wheaties before I play. 😂

Shaped like the ball you hit! 😂😂😂

That’ll teach you not to hit the sweet spot...

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19 hours ago, billchao said:

Obviously, yes. You're a monster 😜

What brand is it? Have you been storing them in your car in the cold? Did this happen in the bitter cold?

💪

It's Titleist H1 and yes, it was like 30 degrees that morning..

18 hours ago, Philco said:

I'd like to  know more about what happened and more about what club that is. 

Not much to tell.  It was cold outside and I was warming up and hit a couple of shots with it and the club made a weird sound so I looked and was like, "F**************ck."

I took it to the country club where I purchased it and they sent it to Titleist who is going to evaluate the club and make a determination on how to proceed which from what I understand, should happen within a couple of weeks. 

17 hours ago, Piz said:

You need to back off on the Wheaties.  I have the same problem with coffee.  If I have too many cups of coffee; I just kind of piss the round away.

Glad to see someone out there feels my pain. :dance:

15 hours ago, DeadMan said:

This is why I hit it all over the face. Less likely to wear one spot and cave it in there. 

 

15 hours ago, Vinsk said:

Damn...hate to see the tee marker you hit.😃

 

5 hours ago, Lihu said:

Shaped like the ball you hit! 😂😂😂

That’ll teach you not to hit the sweet spot...

:-$ :-$ :-$

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You were definitely too strong for THAT club. 😂 What did the ball look like after that hit?

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On 11/14/2019 at 6:35 PM, Philco said:

I sure hope they take care of you with a free replacement. 

Should be hearing back within the next week.

On 11/15/2019 at 1:13 PM, tehuti said:

You were definitely too strong for THAT club. 😂 What did the ball look like after that hit?

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Got the call yesterday that Titleist did the right hing, which I expected, and sent to the country club where I bought the club a new club head. 👍

Going to pick it up tomorrow. :banana:

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49 minutes ago, RFKFREAK said:

Got the call yesterday that Titleist did the right hing, which I expected, and sent to the country club where I bought the club a new club head. 👍

Going to pick it up tomorrow. :banana:

Wait, “Country Club”?!? Want to hear more about that! 😁

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23 minutes ago, Lihu said:

Wait, “Country Club”?!? Want to hear more about that! 😁

I bought the club at a country club that was doing the Titleist Thursday's a couple of years ago so, when I broke, I brought it back there and they helped facilitate a replacement club. :-)

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That club face didn't look like it had a lot of use. Glad Titleist looked after it. My clubs have a lot more wear on them than that. maybe I will show your pic to the wife as an excuse to replace a few clubs, lol

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On 11/22/2019 at 1:04 PM, SteveH said:

That club face didn't look like it had a lot of use. Glad Titleist looked after it. My clubs have a lot more wear on them than that. maybe I will show your pic to the wife as an excuse to replace a few clubs, lol

Dooo it! 😂

Yeah, I carry two hybrids and because I'm not very comfortable with my 3W, I usually use the other one for longer shots because it's loft is 21°.

As an aside, picked up what Titleist sent me.  Very happy indeed.

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