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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by david92 on Feb 15, 2019, 20:02:01 »
Sounds a good idea re shorter irons...I never really like the look of the PW in the SC
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by inoculator on Feb 15, 2019, 17:09:20 »
Sounds like your bag will be set for at least 6 months Ian  :chuckle:

Nice treat - I do fancy a hit of the MP18's - really need to replace my 57's but still love them not sure I can give them up.

Don't think you're alone re: putting - worst part of my game often.
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by Cols_Ears on Feb 15, 2019, 15:36:56 »
Sounds like a great combo of irons Ian. Strong shaft that though 6.5!!!

This is MSG not BSG you know... :raspberry:
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Superstroke grip removal
« Last post by Cols_Ears on Feb 15, 2019, 15:34:00 »
Cheers Rob - will see how I get on
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by ernies_eye on Feb 15, 2019, 15:23:02 »
Re the alignment thing I have read somewhere that the three lines - may have been at one of the many putter fittings I have had in the past. Need all the help I can get to be honest
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by Ritchie on Feb 15, 2019, 15:19:42 »
Do quite fancy the Tuttle stroke lab myself Iain. Did you try any of the other stroke labs?

Tried the Stroke Lab Seven and Marxman heads but my alignment was off with my putter and I found the Tuttle the best for alignment.

Well worth a go, the feel is great off the face. The inserts on the Stroke Labs have been hardened up, not as soft (which I didn't like) as some of the older models.

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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by ernies_eye on Feb 15, 2019, 14:56:38 »
Do quite fancy the Tuttle stroke lab myself Iain. Did you try any of the other stroke labs?

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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Superstroke grip removal
« Last post by Chip_Unsure on Feb 15, 2019, 14:42:18 »
I've done it, if you are very careful and use lots of spirits you can get them off ok.  Too much twiddling around and it stretches the inside of the grip and kills it (bought a putter on eBay that had a grip like that).
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Re: Turning 40 and Treating myself
« Last post by Ritchie on Feb 15, 2019, 14:16:15 »
A quick (boring) update for anyone remotely interested.

Went to EM Golf this week in Bedfordshire for an iron (Mizuno) and putter fitting. All pretty sad and tragic but there we go.

Mizuno MP18's SC's 4-8 iron and Blade 9-PW about to be ordered.
Changed from S300's to Project X LZ 6.5 - never even considered Project X but these were great.

Putter fitting was interesting, basically I'm shit - but a few quick pointers helped.
Stroke Lab Tuttle now in the bag.

f**k it, you only turn 40 once.
2 weeks today - making the most of my last few days in my 30's.

Ed who runs EM Golf is excellent and I would thoroughly recommend him. He has a great set-up and the putter fitting especially was very interesting, he has the quintec (excuse spelling) system and it's good to see how badly you putt even when you think it's a fairly strong part of your game.

Onwards and upwards.
Enjoy the weekend all,
Ian
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Clubmaking & Fitting / Superstroke grip removal
« Last post by Cols_Ears on Feb 15, 2019, 14:02:29 »
Anyone ever tried to remove a Superstroke grip, with a grip removal tool (as opposed to cutting it off)?

I have my doubts if it's possible, but wondered if anyone had tried before I give it a go...

And before anyone says compressed air - I don't have an air compressor and the grip was installed with tape.
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