Blast from the Past

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Re: Blast from the Past

Postby lagpressure » Thu May 22, 2014 2:32 pm

First advice is to be patient.

The physics or a heavier club hitting the ball is just common sense stuff. If the club is too heavy to handle... then that is more about you and not the club or the concept. Practicing does make you stronger.. but it take a bit of time. A few months swinging a heavier club and your body will adjust.. not overnight. You can baby your way into it ... or jump right in.. depends upon your short term needs for scoring.. but better to commit and jump into heavier gear right away.. get used to it... and it's the shorter path to success in the long run.

Nothing worse than lightweight gear particularly for players who are not full time golfers. We need to at a minimum have a good feeling of the tool in our hands.

As far as drivers.. we have many persimmon sets and a few single blocks around that are ready to play tomorrow. Mike does a great job retro fitting ABS gear.. it's worth it to get one from us.. unless you enjoy the craftsman aspect of doing your own work which of course we always encourage.
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Re: Blast from the Past

Postby bullrambler » Fri May 23, 2014 5:13 am

Greetings Lag

Thanks for your response.

Yea, in time I would like to do my own set in the future and would consider what you have available, as this would save some time. Let me know what you have as I'm not sure if all your prepared stock with ABS woods is online. I can mess with the irons at my end.

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