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Posted 04 August 2005 - 01:04 PM

Nice bag. How do you like the r7 TP?


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Posted 04 August 2005 - 01:15 PM

Nice additions, I am so upset that you did not replace your Titleist bag. There are not many of them out there. I am curious about the 858. I had one and like your friend did not enjoy great success with mine. Like all your stuff. keep updating.

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 02:29 AM

ChrisR, on Aug 4 2005, 08:04 AM, said:

Nice bag. How do you like the r7 TP?

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It's actually a "Tour" R7. It's a great driver.  No complaints whatsoever about it.  It actually completely stopped my driver "ho-ing" because whenever I was unsatisfied, I'd just change the weight set up and have a "new" driver.  The only reason I stopped using it was that I found the X Drive and was looking for a few more yards.  I'm getting a little more distance with the X Drive, but the main thing is the impact is a lot more solid with the X Drive then the R7.  The R7 will always be my back up driver though when things go haywire.


JHR, on Aug 4 2005, 08:15 AM, said:

Nice additions, I am so upset that you did not replace your Titleist bag. There are not many of them out there. I am curious about the 858. I had one and like your friend did not enjoy great success with mine. Like all your stuff. keep updating.

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Yeah John, I was debating getting the CBS41, but I was also debating just getting a full size bag too.  I figured the Nike was a cheap investment to get me through till I found a bag a really wanted again.

The first thing I did with the 858 was get rid of the NSPRO shaft and put in a plain old DG X100.  Its an inch longer then your normal 2 iron and with some lead tape got it up to a D4.  After I got used to the offset, this club has been my go to for so many shots lately.  It's probably the only thing "safe" in the bag next to my wedges.  I'll keep updating, but like you said in your thread, August is going to be an expen$ive month. :vava:

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Posted 13 October 2005 - 08:10 AM

pitbull808, on Aug 6 2005, 02:29 AM, said:

ChrisR, on Aug 4 2005, 08:04 AM, said:

Nice bag. How do you like the r7 TP?

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It's actually a "Tour" R7. It's a great driver.  No complaints whatsoever about it.  It actually completely stopped my driver "ho-ing" because whenever I was unsatisfied, I'd just change the weight set up and have a "new" driver.  The only reason I stopped using it was that I found the X Drive and was looking for a few more yards.  I'm getting a little more distance with the X Drive, but the main thing is the impact is a lot more solid with the X Drive then the R7.  The R7 will always be my back up driver though when things go haywire.


JHR, on Aug 4 2005, 08:15 AM, said:

Nice additions, I am so upset that you did not replace your Titleist bag. There are not many of them out there. I am curious about the 858. I had one and like your friend did not enjoy great success with mine. Like all your stuff. keep updating.

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Yeah John, I was debating getting the CBS41, but I was also debating just getting a full size bag too.  I figured the Nike was a cheap investment to get me through till I found a bag a really wanted again.

The first thing I did with the 858 was get rid of the NSPRO shaft and put in a plain old DG X100.  Its an inch longer then your normal 2 iron and with some lead tape got it up to a D4.  After I got used to the offset, this club has been my go to for so many shots lately.  It's probably the only thing "safe" in the bag next to my wedges.  I'll keep updating, but like you said in your thread, August is going to be an expen$ive month. :cheesy:

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Hey nice bag, great wedges and love the mp32s also.  Your sig says you have mp60s in the bag, wheres the pics? :idhitit:

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Posted 13 October 2005 - 03:21 PM

freddiec, on Oct 13 2005, 03:10 AM, said:

Hey nice bag, great wedges and love the mp32s also.  Your sig says you have mp60s in the bag, wheres the pics? :idhitit:

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Freddie...I'm doing so many changes right now, I really need to let the bag settle a bit and then I'll go ahead and take the pics.  I'm still waiting for a new bag to arrive also so until then, my sig might be the best way to keep up with the bag.  I'd really like to get them up though...I want to show off my beautiful GolfWRX putter cover! :cheesy:


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Posted 31 October 2005 - 07:31 PM

those RC blades are sweeeeeeet

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Posted 01 November 2005 - 04:51 AM

volcombeachbum, on Oct 31 2005, 02:31 PM, said:

those RC blades are sweeeeeeet

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They sure were!  They've moved on to another owner now but they were some serious looking clubs.

This reminds me too.....I better get going on updating my bag pics! :pimp:

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Posted 20 November 2005 - 12:13 AM

pitbull808, on Apr 17 2005, 04:34 PM, said:

NIKE Xtreme Sport bag,,,,black version of Michelle Wie's
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Tour TAYLOR MADE R7 9.5* w/ Fujikura Speeder 757 X
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SONARTEC SS-2.5 w/Graphite Design YS-9.1 X tipped 2"
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Sorry for quoting my own post...but I wanted to keep track of my idiocy!

It's been said by many people many times by many people.  MY BAG IS SET! :tongue:

My game is finally hitting the point where I can say it's my fault and not the clubs.  It's hard to imagine and it's getting pretty darn boring looking at all the new stuff that I don't need, but it's also comforting for the first time in ages.  I am building confidence in my equipment and with every shot, there seems to be the possibility that I WILL pull it off.

The biggest addition that has really surprised me is the putter.  Many people know my horrendous putting ho ways and also horrendous putting rounds.  After speaking to my friend who's nice enough to give me blunt tips, one of them which was "stick to one putter idiot".  I decided that the next putter that I would pick up would stay in the bag for a minimum of one month.  Fortunately enough, I was at my local second hand store and found a Scotty Del Mar 3.5.  I've seen it a few times in the past but particularly in JHR's bag pics and figured if he had so many of them it was worth a try by me.  I picked it up and the next day on my 40th birthday dropped six birdies with it.  Can't beat that for a first time on grass experience. In the last six rounds, I've only experienced one bad round with it.  In the other five rounds, I've only three jacked once with it.  For the first time in about twenty years, I can stand up to a putt and feel like I'm going to drop it before I even stroke it.

Iron changes....I went to the MP 60's.  I loved the 32's but the 60's seemed to provide the same feel, similar trajectory, and similar looks at address.  The best thing about them, the added forgiveness...which really wasn't needed, but mentally, it gave me the confidence that I couldn't miss a shot.  

The last addition to my bag is the GolfWRX putter cover.  How can anyone pass up on this beautiful cover.  Cool and classy looking.  Before anyone ask…PM Gxgolfer if you’re looking for one.  I think he still has a few.

Check out my first post for the updated pics and sticks ......  Hopefully this is the last time I’ll be updating for a loooong time. :help:

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Posted 20 November 2005 - 01:20 AM

It's about gawdang time pardner!!  It's been 4 long years to get your bag set.  I'm gonna crack ur head :tongue: should u decide to have the thought of tinkering.   :help:  ;)

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Posted 20 November 2005 - 03:56 PM

It's a good move to stop switching clubs. Your game will thank you Reid.

Besides, your equipment is as good as it gets. You have probably tried everything out there and have settled on what works. Golf equipment has pretty much hit a wall technology wise, so there are really no gains to be had by trying the newest driver.

A good way to avoid temptation is to do some work on your clubs. Even changing grips or adding your own paintfill can add some sentimental value.


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Posted 20 November 2005 - 07:45 PM

pm hacker, on Nov 19 2005, 08:20 PM, said:

It's about gawdang time pardner!!  It's been 4 long years to get your bag set.  I'm gonna crack ur head :tongue: should u decide to have the thought of tinkering.   ;)  :nono:

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Gee thanks Russ.  And yes...do me a favor .....hit me if I get stupid again! :help:   Between you and Ross, I'm glad that you guys "talked" me into sticking to one putter. It's definitely shown in my game.  For once I've got some major confidence standing over the ball.


sergizmo, on Nov 20 2005, 10:56 AM, said:

It's a good move to stop switching clubs. Your game will thank you Reid.

Besides, your equipment is as good as it gets. You have probably tried everything out there and have settled on what works. Golf equipment has pretty much hit a wall technology wise, so there are really no gains to be had by trying the newest driver.

A good way to avoid temptation is to do some work on your clubs. Even changing grips or adding your own paintfill can add some sentimental value.

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It's hard to avoid temptation when I'm logging into GolrWRX each day! :lol:  

Funny you should talk about paintfill.....the Del Mar will probably get some darker paintfill up top.  My old eyes need the added definition! :D

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Posted 20 November 2005 - 09:22 PM

Thanks for the update Reid, i am glad to see you still have the 3.5 and are still loving it.

I may take a page from your book and try the MP-32's.

Talk to you soon, John.

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Posted 21 November 2005 - 07:05 PM

JHR, on Nov 20 2005, 04:22 PM, said:

Thanks for the update Reid, i am glad to see you still have the 3.5 and are still loving it.

I may take a page from your book and try the MP-32's.

Talk to you soon, John.

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John...you dare to stray from Titleist???!! :tongue:   I'm shocked!  I was a long time lover of Titleist too until I tried my first Mizuno's.  After that, I don't think I'll ever change brands again.  I may change the style of blade, but the feel with the Mizuno's in my opinion are much more softer then anything I've ever played with.  If anything the closest thing in feel that I've played with in the past is my old Wilson Staff Tour Blades from the 80's.

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Posted 23 November 2005 - 07:56 AM

pitbull808, on Nov 19 2005, 10:13 PM, said:

It's been said by many people many times by many people.  MY BAG IS SET! :lol:

Hopefully this is the last time I’ll be updating for a loooong time. :D

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I figured I wouldn't be able to talk smack until I actually posted a witb; now I did, and now I am.

So, how's rehab going? :nono: I'm seriously pulling for you, but with the new Tourstage product release around the corner and new putters around every corner . . . let's just say that I know fish who have a better habit of kicking their water habit. :D
I do like the change in the signature though--dropping the "putters I HO!" was a nice touch and speaks to your commitment.  :tongue:
Quick test:  Exactly how many putters do you have?  Are any of them located/stored within grabbing distance of your bag?  If you can't answer the first question, but answer the second in the affirmative, then you haven't properly distanced yourself and given closure to your old ways.  JAT ;)
OK, I guess this is the part of the roast where we say something nice so, very nice bag.  I would gush about your contributions to this board, your friendliness to board members, and the help you provide anyone who asks (sometimes offering when not asked).  But as far as I know, you're not dying, so I'll wait until you're lying on your deathbed.  You're aces man. :help:

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Posted 23 November 2005 - 08:23 AM

Ried, how about a quick mini review on the XDrive?
Just picked up a very similar driver, only difference the Tour AD shaft in mine is a M-65 Stiff, needless to say, looking forward to hitting it  :tongue:


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Posted 23 November 2005 - 08:27 AM

Oh yeah, very nice bag, love the 3wood, the 2.5 looks nice, not had much luck with RC or Sonartec otherwise I'd give this one a go.
Irons are sweet and the Fourteen Hi858 is the daddy of all Iron Hybrids, feel is superb for a cast club, damn long and pretty forgiving, if the sole was more playable off the deck it would never have left the bag.

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Posted 23 November 2005 - 08:59 AM

Reid,  I bet your MP32 are crying that they are sitting in a Nike bag  :tongue:  :help:

Nice looking set up, but your bag and my bag are never set thats why we are club ho's

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Posted 27 November 2005 - 12:28 AM

beruo, on Nov 23 2005, 02:56 AM, said:

So, how's rehab going? :D I'm seriously pulling for you, but with the new Tourstage product release around the corner and new putters around every corner . . . let's just say that I know fish who have a better habit of kicking their water habit. :yes:
I do like the change in the signature though--dropping the "putters I HO!" was a nice touch and speaks to your commitment.  :tongue:
Quick test:  Exactly how many putters do you have?  Are any of them located/stored within grabbing distance of your bag?  If you can't answer the first question, but answer the second in the affirmative, then you haven't properly distanced yourself and given closure to your old ways.  JAT ;)
OK, I guess this is the part of the roast where we say something nice so, very nice bag.  I would gush about your contributions to this board, your friendliness to board members, and the help you provide anyone who asks (sometimes offering when not asked).  But as far as I know, you're not dying, so I'll wait until you're lying on your deathbed.  You're aces man. :help:

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Beruo... :nono: It's hard especially with friends like JHR..but I'm really trying to "stay the course"!  My putter count....damn..I wish I knew exactly but it's probably around 95 right now.  And yes they are within distance of my bag.  Heck...I've got about ten Scotty's that sit next to my bed. :yes:   I really should have a big blow out sale but I'm still kicking myself for selling all my early Scotty stuff.  I could probably add a few Tour Cammys to the collection for what they're all going for now.

Thanks for your vote of confidence my friend! :lol:

ohmslaw, on Nov 23 2005, 03:23 AM, said:

Ried, how about a quick mini review on the XDrive?
Just picked up a very similar driver, only difference the Tour AD shaft in mine is a M-65 Stiff, needless to say, looking forward to hitting it  :yes:

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Ohms....the X Drive.  What more can I gush about this driver.  I added it to my bag last year and it kicked out a Tour R7 that I thought was firmly there.  It's been in and out through "honeymoon" phases with other drivers, but each time has made it's way right back in.  Out of the box, I can't think of a better driver made.  The only thing I've done to tinker with this club was remove the grip and add another layer of tape.

The X Drive with the Tour AD gives me a great penetrating trajectory.  The ball starts off low and rises to a gentle peak, comes down, gets a great kick forward and produces a great long drive for me.  The head at impact is a very solid feel and sound.  There's none of the "tinkk" like some other metal woods.  Definitely nothing like the loud "katinnnk" I'd get from my R7.  Just a very solid feel and sound.  The rubber insert does a great job of eliminating the vibrations that are usually felt in the hands on mishits. Speaking of mishits...the X Drive is still able to get me a lot of yards on mishits.  Not that I have many with this club which is one of the reason's I'm won't even contemplate testing the new 435.  I might consider trying the 460 but at this time, it's a no brainer.   Good luck with your's.  I know you'll enjoy it.  I know Ziggynotfrommaui anymore who bought an X Drive from me still has his in the bag too!    

cpa49707, on Nov 23 2005, 03:59 AM, said:

Reid,  I bet your MP32 are crying that they are sitting in a Nike bag  :D  :D

Nice looking set up, but your bag and my bag are never set thats why we are club ho's

best wishes
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Terry....yup...it's hard to keep up with the bag's and club's!  I'm hoping my Mizuno Staff bag will arrive soon.  I can't complain though since I'm supposed to be getting it for free, but I'd love to be "matching" for once! :aikido:

Thanks for the comments guys!

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Posted 27 November 2005 - 10:36 AM

pitbull808, on Nov 21 2005, 08:05 PM, said:

JHR, on Nov 20 2005, 04:22 PM, said:

Thanks for the update Reid, i am glad to see you still have the 3.5 and are still loving it.

I may take a page from your book and try the MP-32's.

Talk to you soon, John.

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John...you dare to stray from Titleist???!! :help:   I'm shocked!  I was a long time lover of Titleist too until I tried my first Mizuno's.  After that, I don't think I'll ever change brands again.  I may change the style of blade, but the feel with the Mizuno's in my opinion are much more softer then anything I've ever played with.  If anything the closest thing in feel that I've played with in the past is my old Wilson Staff Tour Blades from the 80's.

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I never said i would actually play them, i just thought i might like to get a set. :tongue:  I am curious about them, but i am curious about all of them, i want to get a set of every brand, it would make my life easier.

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Posted 27 November 2005 - 03:38 PM

JHR, on Nov 27 2005, 05:36 AM, said:

pitbull808, on Nov 21 2005, 08:05 PM, said:

JHR, on Nov 20 2005, 04:22 PM, said:

Thanks for the update Reid, i am glad to see you still have the 3.5 and are still loving it.

I may take a page from your book and try the MP-32's.

Talk to you soon, John.

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John...you dare to stray from Titleist???!! :nono:   I'm shocked!  I was a long time lover of Titleist too until I tried my first Mizuno's.  After that, I don't think I'll ever change brands again.  I may change the style of blade, but the feel with the Mizuno's in my opinion are much more softer then anything I've ever played with.  If anything the closest thing in feel that I've played with in the past is my old Wilson Staff Tour Blades from the 80's.

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I never said i would actually play them, i just thought i might like to get a set. :tongue:  I am curious about them, but i am curious about all of them, i want to get a set of every brand, it would make my life easier.

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:help: John, why does this not surprise me!  I was like that too, except with putters.  Then again, PM Hacker can attest to my iron set craze I went through last year.  Putters is where I was the worst though. It was a little crazy going into a golf shop and leaving with three at a time.  I swear some of them still have the wrapper on them, just waiting in line for one to crap out.   :D   Thankfully, it looks like that "might" be over at least for this month! ;)

Thanks for the look!  I feel honored to be watched by you! :lol:


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Posted 27 November 2005 - 04:21 PM

pitbull808, on Nov 27 2005, 06:28 AM, said:

ohmslaw, on Nov 23 2005, 03:23 AM, said:

Ried, how about a quick mini review on the XDrive?
Just picked up a very similar driver, only difference the Tour AD shaft in mine is a M-65 Stiff, needless to say, looking forward to hitting it  :help:

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Ohms....the X Drive.  What more can I gush about this driver.  I added it to my bag last year and it kicked out a Tour R7 that I thought was firmly there.  It's been in and out through "honeymoon" phases with other drivers, but each time has made it's way right back in.  Out of the box, I can't think of a better driver made.  The only thing I've done to tinker with this club was remove the grip and add another layer of tape.

The X Drive with the Tour AD gives me a great penetrating trajectory.  The ball starts off low and rises to a gentle peak, comes down, gets a great kick forward and produces a great long drive for me.  The head at impact is a very solid feel and sound.  There's none of the "tinkk" like some other metal woods.  Definitely nothing like the loud "katinnnk" I'd get from my R7.  Just a very solid feel and sound.  The rubber insert does a great job of eliminating the vibrations that are usually felt in the hands on mishits. Speaking of mishits...the X Drive is still able to get me a lot of yards on mishits.  Not that I have many with this club which is one of the reason's I'm won't even contemplate testing the new 435.  I might consider trying the 460 but at this time, it's a no brainer.   Good luck with your's.  I know you'll enjoy it.  I know Ziggynotfrommaui anymore who bought an X Drive from me still has his in the bag too!    

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Cheers  :tongue:
Driver is winging its way to me know, can't wait to give it a go, got nothing to do with the fact that I have some issues with the driver tight now..
Will give the Tour AD a decent run out but I'll be itching to put the Diamana Red into it as well.

Ohms

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Posted 27 November 2005 - 07:53 PM

Trust me, Reid will be changing his driver within the next 3-4 months  :help:   After all, we all know nothing in our bags is ever set!!! :tongue:

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Posted 04 December 2005 - 06:08 AM

nice bag but jus wondering whu is k.h.

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Posted 06 December 2005 - 03:14 AM

View Postliltweegie808, on Dec 4 2005, 01:08 AM, said:

nice bag but jus wondering whu is k.h.

Thank you and KH is a former Nationwide Tour player. :)

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Posted 10 December 2005 - 10:33 AM

nice pics of the mp60s.  How do you like them?


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Posted 15 December 2005 - 09:41 PM

View Postfreddiec, on Dec 10 2005, 05:33 AM, said:

nice pics of the mp60s.  How do you like them?


Thanks...and the MP60's seem to be everything that Mizuno designed them to be. I feel they might be a tad bit harder then the MP3'2 I had previously, but  the added forgiveness is great.   Carry distances are much more similar on mishits.  Really the best set of iron's I've tried in years, and I can't think of another set at this time that I'd even want to test out.

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Posted 15 December 2005 - 10:29 PM

Real nice setup Reid. Great pics also. The whole thing looks right for some reason.
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Posted 15 December 2005 - 10:31 PM

View Posteasyyy, on Dec 15 2005, 05:29 PM, said:

Real nice setup Reid. Great pics also. The whole thing looks right for some reason.


Thanks Richard!  It must be the Golfwrx putter cover! :dntknw:

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Posted 15 December 2005 - 11:56 PM

View Postpitbull808, on Dec 15 2005, 10:31 PM, said:

View Posteasyyy, on Dec 15 2005, 05:29 PM, said:

Real nice setup Reid. Great pics also. The whole thing looks right for some reason.


Thanks Richard!  It must be the Golfwrx putter cover! :dntknw:

Whats in the putter cover? don't break my heart and change on me, you are the only other guy i know still using the magic wand.

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Posted 16 December 2005 - 12:02 AM

View PostJHR, on Dec 15 2005, 06:56 PM, said:

View Postpitbull808, on Dec 15 2005, 10:31 PM, said:

View Posteasyyy, on Dec 15 2005, 05:29 PM, said:

Real nice setup Reid. Great pics also. The whole thing looks right for some reason.


Thanks Richard!  It must be the Golfwrx putter cover! :drinks:

Whats in the putter cover? don't break my heart and change on me, you are the only other guy i know still using the magic wand.


John, it's still just a regular Del Mar 3.5.  As soon as I get rid of my CT Longneck, there might be a change though!  :dntknw:


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