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Kyle0614

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About Kyle0614

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  • Birthday 11/30/1982

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  1. All of sudden I am really hungry, hmm what to eat? Oh well, I guess a good ol' turkey sandwich.
  2. I'm done arguing with you. I got my clubs the way I want them.
  3. What is with that comment? He basically can do what he wants with his clubs. Yes XMscott I would think you could have them fitted to your liking. Are you telling me I wasted my money? Well, I didn't. I like the heads and didn't feel like spending more money on another set irons. All I needed was a switch to reg shafts plus I needed new grips anyway. It is not a waste of money to get the irons you already have fitted. The way I have mine now are perfect for me and I want need a new set for a very very long time.
  4. Thank you all for any help you have gave me in what to do with my irons. I bought them about a month ago with stock stiff shafts, which were extremely hard for me to hit, I got maybe 2 out of 6 shots with those stock ping shafts. Those are long gone now. My set up. +1/4" over original length on all irons 3-pw, midsize grips (Ping I D8) 8-pw, standard grips 3-7 (Ping I D8 w/ 3 wraps of tape *to make them feel similar to the midsize* TT Lite XL Shafts...(Reg Flex) Grand total. $214 well spent dollars, not including original purchase of $150 for the irons themselves. S
  5. Well, if anyone cares, got my pings back today with brand spanking new TT Lite XL shafts, had them extended a quarter inch in length. Also got those stock Ping grips that come on the G series irons. They feel execellent :)
  6. My stock shafts are karsten model but not zz-lite, the ping guy said it was just one z in the model, so i'm guess z65 maybe? Oh well, I can't hit stiff for anything, maybe 2 out of 6 shots lol.
  7. Others might hate me for saying this, but, gigagolf has some x-20 clones that are less than $200 shipped....others on here have said they are great clubs. You can order them to your desired specs.
  8. Been at the range about 15 times or so with these pings I got but the shafts were to stiff for my swing, getting TT Lite regular flex with lamkin crossline grips, I'm looking foward to swinging these clubs with the right flex for my swing. How much better consistency will I have since I'm getting them built for my specs. Also, anyone use these shafts? Opinions appreciated ..
  9. I'm a bit confused, just looked at the chart on ping and according to my wrist to floor of 35" the black dots (which is the color I currently have) seems to be correct length and the lie should be 1.5* Upright. The spaldings I have are just a little longer through the entire set and they just feel more comfortable as far as length goes, I'm probably taking the pings in for 1/4" added length and correct lie adjustment. What would be the price for that amount of length for 8 clubs and lie adjustment? 3-PW
  10. Ok, just compared the 9 iron with my spalding 9 iron and the spalding looks to be either a 1/4 inch or a 1/2 inch longer. Not sure how to measure an iron but the longer spalding 9 iron feels more comfortable than the ping 9 iron. Note that the spaldings are just a tiny bit longer than the pings. The spaldings do feel like I have better posture throughout the set than the pings. I'm seriously thinking that I want to extend the pings the exact length of the spaldings.
  11. 5 28.5° 61.0° 37.75" (1/4" to short)? Iron, Loft, Lie, Length my wrist to floor measurement is 35" Found this info below from a website but it want let me copy the site for some reason. The way this is measured is to measure between your wrist and the floor when standing to attention. The picture to the right shows where you should take the measurements from. Once you have this the average club length is taken from your 5 iron which is the exact mid iron in your bag. So with this in mind your 5 iron should have a shaft length of: 37 inches f
  12. Burton Stand Bag - $100 Taylormade r7 Quad 10.5 Reg - $50 Square Two Pilot 7 wood - $20 Square Two Pilot 4 HY - $20 3-PW - Ping Eye Black Dot - $150 Putter - Taylormade Rossa Lambeau 7 (center shaft) - $30 $370- not bad for getting back into the game after being away for a while :)
  13. For my Ping Eye Irons and Driver, HY, F-wood.....(basically my whole set I guess) I want the same grips on everything :) Narrowed it down to Tour Velvet GP, Lamkin Crossline Tour, Lamkin Crossline (black/white), or Tacki-mac( like the idea, never felt one) .... This is HARD, lol Anyways, just seeing if one of you had to choose between the four, what would you pick?
  14. Wasn't today, but saturday i shot a 127, YIKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Needless to say, I'm trying very hard to improve my ball striking by getting at least 5 iron shots in a row in the air while I'm on the range, my short game and putting and driving are decent, just my irons are terrible at the moment... Just a little rusty since getting back into it from being absent for a few years. Going to try and play at least ten times before the winter hits and try and break 85-90 and I'll be happy :)
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