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bmartin461

Christmas Came Early

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Our third child was born on the 5th, his original due date was the 31st. Hunter Michael 6 pounds 15 oz. Now should I get him a 55g shaft or a 65g shaft.....
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Congratulations!

P.S. Go with the 55, but don't overlook the awesome work they're doing with plastics these days. :D

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Our third child was born on the 5th, his original due date was the 31st.

Hunter Michael

6 pounds 15 oz.

Now should I get him a 55g shaft or a 65g shaft.....

Cute baby.

Definitely the 55g shaft, he needs a little time to grow into it a bit. Maybe 65g by the time he's 18 months?

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What a beautiful blessing! Not sure about the shaft but I will definitely say go with midsize grips right off the bat LOL. Congrats
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Our third child was born on the 5th, his original due date was the 31st.

Hunter Michael

6 pounds 15 oz.

Now should I get him a 55g shaft or a 65g shaft.....

Congratulations! :beer:

I, too, agree with the 55g shaft

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Hum, from the look in his eyes and the way he is holding his mouth I'm not sure he completely trusts you to pick his golf components - or he is thinking food/sleep, sleep/food ... it could be that too. ;-)

Congratulations!

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Hum, from the look in his eyes and the way he is holding his mouth I'm not sure he completely trusts you to pick his golf components - or he is thinking food/sleep, sleep/food ... it could be that too.

Congratulations!

He will trust ever thing you say and all your choices for the next 12 years @bmartin461 .  Then somehow, when he turns 13, you will be incapable of articulating a single intelligent thought.  This lasts for 3 to 5 years.  Then you get smart again.

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