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  1. I am a new member, 74 years young, winter in florida, summer in maine, struggling with a 22 handicap but still enjoy the game. Had my swing speed with driver measured at 77 mph today. No wonder I can no longer get 200 yards off the tee. I recently tried Calloway Rogue and Cobra F7 with senior flex shafts and noticed significant improvement. I'd be interested in comments on how moving to senior flex shafts helped other 70+ golfers. My thinking is to buy a driver (probably Cobra F7 for around $200) and then fairway woods with flex shafts. At this point, my swing will not change much and I have to look to technology. I bought a Wedgewood 7 hybrid and it is my go to club at 110 yards, I'll probably buy additional Wedgewoods (easy to hit). I bought the Cleveland smart sole wedges and they didn't work out. I'll try for a decent trade in towards the driver purchase. I score 5 strokes better in Maine mostly because of the grass difference. In Maine, the ball sits up, wedge approach shots are much easier. In Florida, many tight lies and too much bounce is a problem I have not solved. I look forward to being an active member in this forum
  2. We are renting a house in Ireland and will play golf for 2 weeks next July. We will then take a cruise ship from Oslo to St Petersburg. What is best way (reasonably priced) to ship clubs from Ireland to Florida
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