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Tm tour issue serial check

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Hi guys I really need some help I've just got a tm rbz driver and a r11s 3 wood both tour issue just have a suspicion there's something not right with them I'm in scotland so can't call to check the code or serial any USA friends able to help me out would be v great full
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Anyone

What do you mean "anyone"?

You haven't even told us what you want to know.

You haven't said what you think is wrong with them and you've supplied no information and no pictures.

If they are tour issue they might not even have serial numbers.

If someone said they are tour issue they might not be.

If they are tour issue they might not suit you anyway.

Tell peope what you want them to do and they might be able to help you.

What are you suspicions?

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What he said.

As a general rule, if they do have serials, they will start with a 'T'. The heads will be slightly smaller and more compact than retail retail heads.

If you bought them from an unknown source, they look identical to retail heads - and the serial doesn't start with a "T', you have a bog standard retail head and someone is laughing all the way to the bank.

Why not help us to help you by supplying at least a little bit of information?

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Thanks for reply yeh the codes are txxxxx and the r11s three wood has a paint break on it the rbz has txxxx serial but is normal shallow face but set open 2 deg [IMG] [/IMG]
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was told this was used on the pga tour would like to find out full specs on it's setup etc
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The driver looks to be genuine - the + mark on the hosel means it has been CoR tested and passed to use on tour. The serial won't give anything away in terms of how it was set up because it's an adjustable club. You probably have a a specific head weight marked on the head wrapped in plastic before it was assembled and that's about it.

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Thank u for your help I really appreciate What you think of this pic of my 3 wood do they all have this extra threaded hole
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yes - this is where it can be hot melted and plugged if necessary.

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Thank you yet again you've been great help
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Your 3 wood is a 4 wood :-)

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