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sevenfourate's: Old skool WITB - 5th Jan 19 'update'.


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#181 sevenfourate

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Posted 18 October 2018 - 10:41 AM

First game in 2.5 years today. New bag was on the whole really good apart from driver developing a small rattle :-( Anyone suggest someone who's the business of a Clubmaker and can hotmelt in the UK ???

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Few snaps of Dunston Hall in Norwich on a Glorious October day in the UK:

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My Golf ? I literally hit 8 irons for an hour yesterday (Mainly due to a dodgy back of late) and rocked up today with low expectations. I set myself a goal of getting 6 pars - which i'd have taken in a heart-beart.

Actually got 12 pars, 2 doubles (2 x OOB of the tee left) and 4 Bogeys. Amazingly pleased all in all.............

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Posted 18 October 2018 - 02:26 PM

Hey Shuv, looks like a nice day out!

I could have a look at your driver (would need to find some rat glue) but I would suggest you try a DIY fix first:

Stick the sole in boiling hot water for a few minutes, then hit the bottom on the club onto the carpet or other hard / slightly cushioned surface 2-3 times (like whacking the tee box after a bad drive....if you can imagine....I canít, honest....)
The head will have a small bit of rat glue in it already for catching small bits of debris, if itís not a huge piece this will catch it and stop the rattle

If that doesnít work, give me a shout and I can drill out the plug and out some more rat glue in, and replug

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Posted 18 October 2018 - 02:33 PM

SHUV!  Good to see your name pop up my friend, hope you're well!  :drinks:
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Posted 18 October 2018 - 02:40 PM

View PostScottyGilbert, on 18 October 2018 - 02:26 PM, said:

Hey Shuv, looks like a nice day out!

I could have a look at your driver (would need to find some rat glue) but I would suggest you try a DIY fix first:

Stick the sole in boiling hot water for a few minutes, then hit the bottom on the club onto the carpet or other hard / slightly cushioned surface 2-3 times (like whacking the tee box after a bad drive....if you can imagine....I can't, honest....)
The head will have a small bit of rat glue in it already for catching small bits of debris, if it's not a huge piece this will catch it and stop the rattle

If that doesn't work, give me a shout and I can drill out the plug and out some more rat glue in, and replug

Scotty ;-)

PM incoming Scotty. Thanks....


View PostPure745, on 18 October 2018 - 02:33 PM, said:

SHUV!  Good to see your name pop up my friend, hope you're well!  :drinks:

Hey Tai ! Hope you and yours are suitably well buddy.

Thanks - REALLY good to be back in the game. I so enjoyed today's round. I've been around the World a bit golfwise - and i'm my own worst enemy taking things so seriously and giving everything i do 200%.

Need to roll-it-back a bit more and enjoy the process. Hopefully that comes with age !

Cheers.
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Posted 20 October 2018 - 04:45 AM

'New' bag working out great; and second round into 'the comeback' scraped together a 76 (+4) around Rookery Park in Lowestoft yesterday. I was a little 'concerned' over the stock X-22 Tour lie-angles before using. Not enough to do anything drastic right away now. They seem pretty good so far. Perhaps when i have a little more golf under my belt i'll look into it more.......

Hybrid is rapidly turning into a 'go-to' [Which we all need one off !!!). GPS'd a couple at around the 230 yard mark off the tee and also knocked one down on a par 3 of around 210. Putter is the unknown. Playing a little less - as i think will happen, do i go to a small mid-size but face balanced mallet. Al-La Odyssey or similar. We'll see.......

Some really good striking in places going back to the golf (10 GIR i think), unsurprisingly a few one man scrambles; and 34 putts. To be fair i hit it along way away in 2 on one par 5, along way away in 3 on another and had at least 2 more like 40 foot from the flag. So coming back to the game after a 30 month lay-off....a few 3 putts from there was always going to be the case.

Also had a fantastic offer from a UK member to sort out my 'rattly driver head'. Massive props to ScottyGilbert for that. Appreciated hugely buddy. I owe you already !


Few average phone pics of the course yesterday:

Approach to the 1st:

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Par 5 - 7th Hole - (Can still see scars from a very hot and dry summer beside bunker):

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And the fabulous Stroke Index 2 / 432 yard 12th. Sharp dog leg left from about 240 yards off the tee. Trouble on left side the entire hole:

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And here's why when your new shoes / feet give you a warning after 4 holes that they don't quite feel right - you shouldn't carry on regardless. I walk miles everyday for my job, always do lots of walking on holidays etc, never had any trouble with golf / sports trainers or any other shoes in 30 years.....but this is deffo going to hold bag my progress for a few weeks :mellow:  (Apologies if you're squeamish) ***And yes i've seen Callaway an email with pictures; reference their 30 day Comfort guarantee on shoes and how these are absolutely unwearable........

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Looks like its some much needed short-game work for me in the meantime as I ainít walking no-where....

Edited by sevenfourate, 20 October 2018 - 05:20 AM.

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Posted 20 October 2018 - 03:05 PM

Taylormade's much loved TP5-X ball has become the first casualty of the new bag.......

I've tried, used, loved and solely gamed Taylormades balls since they first hit the shelves in 2006. From TP Red's right through to giving some of the latest TP5-X a go this week (About to consigned to history though i gather; as a 2019 model is likely on the way ???)

I play a fair bit of golf on what would best be described as an inland links. Its open, windy and not too far from the sea. ALL the Taylormades i've tried so far have been excellent at: Low'ish flight, boring through the wind [Good in side-winds] and not ballooning. IMO.

These current TP5-X just don't seem to have the complete package for me personally. And feel harder from 40 yards in than i remember from 3 years ago (?). Maybe it's mainly the trajectory windows my brain can't handle. In no way is the ball bad in any way. They just don't seem as 'awesome' as i remember.

Without a single doubt  i will try the 2019 version if it happens - the very second they are available ! But for now i'm going on a bit of a ball-nomad spell, going to whore myself around and i'm starting off by moving over to the Tiger-side......
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Posted 27 October 2018 - 10:07 AM

With a few rounds and some practice under my belt; casualties were going to happen.

First (And hugely surprisingly as above) was the ball: Looking forward to giving these a go - as the TM's were not as i remember them......

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Equally unexpected is the putter. Might only be short term. but with a lack of playing behind me, a lack of touch and no recent good memories to fall back on - i'm going over to a face-balanced clunker for the mean-time.

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But as ever - i can't 'just' leave it there...

Knocked (Bent by hand) the lie angle down to approx 68 degrees:

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And also tweaked the double-bend shaft to give slightly less offset, and also bent the top of the shaft back toward the rear of head to give a less hands forward address position:

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I've messed with this stuff before on a double-bend shaft / face balanced club - and know its next to impossible to do any of this and come out with a club that remains perfectly face-balanced. Changing one aspect always effects something else. And it always becomes a compromise for me ***Im really happy with this effort compared to some others i've done !!!

To be fair 'some' are far from perfect straight off the shelf / from the factory. I ended up as pictured below regarding the face-balancing, with the offset etc all being spot on for me. Getting the address / hand position and offset looking right visually and feeling 100% comfortable before you start.,is more important to me than arguing over minor degrees of toe-flow.......

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Driver rattle has hopefully ***Turn around; touch-the-ground, lucky rabbits-foot etc*** been cured, Shaft unfortunately suffered a little cosmetically during the works so i'm having a Brand New one (Exactly the same) installed so my anal self doesn't get upset. Hoping for it back within a week to 10 days.




***Would welcome anyones thoughts on setting up lie / offset etc on a face balanced / double bend shafted putter.

Is it possible to keep it 100% face balanced when messing with a standard shaft ?

What happens if you ask for a non standard lie angle etc from Odyssey, from new ?




Good golfing folks......................... :superman:

Edited by sevenfourate, 27 October 2018 - 10:11 AM.

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Posted 28 October 2018 - 07:43 AM

Shocking weather here today. So if you've got sight-lines...........They may aswell be visible !

BEFORE:

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AFTER: (We'll......kinda 'during' :beee: )

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Regards - 'Shuv'

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Posted 07 November 2018 - 01:39 PM

Nothing new as such. But.....Soooooooooooo excited to get my driver back today 'rattle-free' after a couple of weeks away on Holiday in Scotland  :tongue: .

Turned into a little bit of a journey getting the rubbish out; and hot-melting it afterwards - to be sure it stays rattle-free. And unfortunately the shaft was a casualty; and hence a new Grafalloy Pro-Launch Red in X tipped 3/4" same as the last has now been been fitted.

I really-really-really owe a massive THANKYOU to a fellow UK'er in ScottyGilbert for all his help with this repair. **I promise to bridge the 560 miles between us and come up and kick your as have a game and pay my dues in full next year if you'll have me :lol:  Seriously Scotty: you are a true gent and i hugely appreciate all your above and beyond efforts :hi:


Such a classic looker the 909 D2. It's everything i want in a driver.....

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And after my recent blistering issues with shoes; i managed to find brand new NOS pair of my most favourite ever Footjoy Sport shoes on ebay. My feet are going to thank me. After all: all the perfectly-honed equipment you can shake a stick at is no use if you can't walk to actually play the game......

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Bring on the weekend !

Edited by sevenfourate, 07 November 2018 - 01:47 PM.

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Posted 05 January 2019 - 05:48 AM

2018 ended up with me playing a little golf with my middle son over the Christmas Holidays: on a few different local par 3 courses:

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For how little he plays, the boys does ok too:

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And this lead onto a couple of 'equipment' changes. Firstly at 47 years old; i'm starting to feel it if i carry my own clubs and go armed with all the clothing, different bits and pieces, spare balls, brolley etc i like to. My poor old back and shoulders like to remind me of their age in the bar afterwards !

So i managed to find a New Old Stock retro'ish (?) Tour bag to go with my [absolutely chosen] less than bang-up-to-date hardware:

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And (Luckily :rofl: ) found a matching coloured trolley to wheel it around on:

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And then sitting on this very site over the Christmas Holidays; i managed to buy an immaculate Titleist 905R driver head from a member in the USA. For me; this is the best looking driver head i've ever used :heart:

So another favourite Grafalloy ProLaunch Red in X flex was purchased this side of the pond. And last night i tipped it 1/2", prepped the tip and and inserted blind-bore into the thru-bore head by drilling down halfway between 1.25" and 1.5" [The two guide measurements i was given as to how deep to drill] and glued it in using the original collared ferrule which i saved. This morning i've re-done all the paint-fill......so hopefully i can clean it all up / finish off tonight. Then re-grip and away i go.

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Man that's one sexy, classic looking head !


Happy New Year 'guys' (Any females ever been spotted in the WITB section here ?????).

Edited by sevenfourate, 05 January 2019 - 07:34 AM.

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Posted 05 January 2019 - 07:23 AM

The weather over Christmas in Yorkshire was, for the most part, perfect for winter golf. Sadly, I wasn't able to get out on the course because, well, reasons, but I should be able to go back over for the September event, if it goes ahead.
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Posted 05 January 2019 - 07:28 AM

View PostNo Catchy Nickname, on 05 January 2019 - 07:23 AM, said:

The weather over Christmas in Yorkshire was, for the most part, perfect for winter golf. Sadly, I wasn't able to get out on the course because, well, reasons, but I should be able to go back over for the September event, if it goes ahead.

Happy New Year to you buddy :drinks:


Shame you didn't get out. Weather was pretty fabulous here too all things considered.

**Now going to 'Bump' the 2019 thread. But i'm all in for it going ahead and will be trying my damndest to make it happen.
Regards - 'Shuv'

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Posted 05 January 2019 - 07:49 AM

View Postsevenfourate, on 05 January 2019 - 07:28 AM, said:

View PostNo Catchy Nickname, on 05 January 2019 - 07:23 AM, said:

The weather over Christmas in Yorkshire was, for the most part, perfect for winter golf. Sadly, I wasn't able to get out on the course because, well, reasons, but I should be able to go back over for the September event, if it goes ahead.

Happy New Year to you buddy :drinks:


Shame you didn't get out. Weather was pretty fabulous here too all things considered.

**Now going to 'Bump' the 2019 thread. But i'm all in for it going ahead and will be trying my damndest to make it happen.

Happy New Year!

Yeah, I wish I could have even had 9 holes at the local par-3 course. But as I went back with the family, I had to look after them instead. All part of the long game so I can get over in late August by myself and play then :pimp:
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Putter: Testing some old Mizuno 8802 clone

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Posted 06 January 2019 - 07:59 AM

A hour or so's cleaning up / tinkering and beautifying this morning and it's straight into the bag. Hugely **Excited**......by a club that's now 12 years old :-)

Old, old-school, set in my ways......whatever :tongue:

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Posted 06 January 2019 - 09:41 AM

View Postsevenfourate, on 06 January 2019 - 07:59 AM, said:

A hour or so's cleaning up / tinkering and beautifying this morning and it's straight into the bag. Hugely **Excited**......by a club that's now 12 years old :-)

Old, old-school, set in my ways......whatever :tongue:

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The driver looks brand new! Enjoy.

Driver:  Cobra BioCell
4W:  Ping G15
3H & 4H:  Cobra Baffler
5 - SW:  Ping G25
58*:  Cleveland CBX
Putter:  Ping Vault 2.0 Dale Anser

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#196 MoaningM

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Posted 06 January 2019 - 11:25 AM

Driver looks immaculate Shuv, good to see your still playing, and dont give up on the bag carrying, ive gone back to carrying, am hoping it will strengthen my back more than weaken!

Keep swinging!

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Posted 09 January 2019 - 01:12 PM

905R Classic driver one of the best Titleist has ever made. I miss mine but so much more accurate with my Titleist 909D3 8.5 Matrix HD7 stiff.

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