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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by Chip_Unsure on Jan 03, 2019, 16:35:10 »
Happy birthday when the time comes. I know the feeling. Mine are 5 and 8 months. No game since early October.

I’d certainly say Silvermere is going to have the best selection. Not sure what their custom fitting is like but they have separate bays for fitting with premium range balls. You can also try anything you like on the range.
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by Roland on Jan 03, 2019, 16:34:01 »
Afternoon all,

Sadly for me I turn the big 40 in a few weeks and basically decided to treat myself to a new putter (last time it happened I spent £200 on a seemore putter and hated it!!!). Anyhow, onwards and upwards.

Now, I also really want a set of the new JPX919 Tour's, so my question is, south of England, where would be the best place to go for putter and irons? Silvermere seems the most obvious but I have no idea how good the service will be. Plenty of custom fit/putter fitting people EM Golf looks good in Bedfordshire, suppose I would just be interested in any specific views/feedback.

Thanks in advance!
Ian
Ian,

Silvermere are a mizuno performance centre so probably worth checking out.
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by YOOFALLMAN on Jan 03, 2019, 15:27:59 »
Good to hear all is well Bud, with you and the family - wasn't aware of your ( very ) recent addition - many,many  congratulations to you and your good lady.  :clap: :yes: 

Christ having such young kids like that......it doesn't half make me feel positively Jurassic.... :picard: As a family, we were all together for Christmas for the first time in many a year.... but my two are 27 and 24 now......... :blink: :blink: .....  enough said, I'm away to look out my Pension illustrations !!  :eyebrow:

Hope 2019 is good to you all.
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by Ritchie on Jan 03, 2019, 14:20:15 »
Forty...? Four-Oh you say ? Lucky Barstard !! :raspberry: I'll be "Heinz" tomorrow FFS !! :eyebrow:  :omg:

Have a good one when it comes Mcvities......and hey, get a putter and new irons Man !!  :thumbup1:

57 Graham, feck me, we were young on BSG mate!!!!
I hope you are well sir.
I've got a few weeks just yet, enough time to detox Christmas away and sneak back into my 34"

Life is too short, putter and irons probably going into a bag that will hardly see the course - got a 3 year old and 8 week old now.
I just read about golf and do the waggle test in the garage from time to time.

Did manage some good golf in October and early December mind, beating my pals with some rare solid golf - it's like riding a bike.
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by YOOFALLMAN on Jan 03, 2019, 14:07:55 »
Forty...? Four-Oh you say ? Lucky Barstard !! :raspberry: I'll be "Heinz" tomorrow FFS !! :eyebrow:  :omg:

Have a good one when it comes Mcvities......and hey, get a putter and new irons Man !!  :thumbup1:
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by Ritchie on Jan 03, 2019, 13:36:02 »
Afternoon all,

Sadly for me I turn the big 40 in a few weeks and basically decided to treat myself to a new putter (last time it happened I spent £200 on a seemore putter and hated it!!!). Anyhow, onwards and upwards.

Now, I also really want a set of the new JPX919 Tour's, so my question is, south of England, where would be the best place to go for putter and irons? Silvermere seems the most obvious but I have no idea how good the service will be. Plenty of custom fit/putter fitting people EM Golf looks good in Bedfordshire, suppose I would just be interested in any specific views/feedback.

Thanks in advance!
Ian
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Golf Fitness & Health / Re: Speed Sticks
« Last post by Cols_Ears on Nov 26, 2018, 21:00:37 »
Halogen heater and a woolly hat!
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Golf Fitness & Health / Re: Speed Sticks
« Last post by braehead on Nov 26, 2018, 18:09:18 »
You'll be alright in your Sim Room Keith   :tongue: :chuckle:

It's cold out there 🥶
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Golf Fitness & Health / Re: Speed Sticks
« Last post by Cols_Ears on Nov 26, 2018, 16:31:38 »
I would say outdoors only unless you have exceptional ceiling height. From memory they are about 40 inches long so unless you can comfortably swing a hybrid / 2 iron indoors then zero chance with these and of course they aren't designed to touch the ground so will play a little longer.


You'll be alright in your Sim Room Keith   :tongue: :chuckle:
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Golf Fitness & Health / Re: Speed Sticks
« Last post by david92 on Nov 26, 2018, 14:12:50 »
Got them and used them sporadically and I think they do work..but hard to say as you have to do gym stuff as well...hard thing is to swing left handed to balance out efforts
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