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Old 05-11-2008, 11:49 AM  
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Okay, here is a place for the Golfers to talk about tournaments, clubs, swing help or thoughts.

Today is the Players Championship, which I think ought to be the 5th Major. Largest pot in the PGA. The daunting 17th, which seems to bring excitement every year. At least we will get to see Sergio blow up yet again.

I am ready to see some water balls!
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Old 04-12-2012, 03:14 PM   #2701
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For a driver? 290cc head? I think my grandpa carries one of those.
290 grams 460 CC
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Old 04-12-2012, 03:23 PM   #2702
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290 grams 460 CC
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Old 04-12-2012, 03:32 PM   #2703
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Uh. No.
No what?

http://www.golfwrx.com/2012/01/21/20...deo-tech-talk/


Cleveland Golf Classic Drivers (270 and 290)

1. Ultralite Technology- At either 270 or 290 grams, these are among the lightest drivers available on the market. Measurable increases in swing speed for more distance with the same swing effort. With Ultralite technology, the Classic drivers weigh either 270 or 290 grams and are among the lightest drivers available on the market. This helps the player generate measurable increases in swing speed for more distance with the same swing effort.

2. Exceptionally Large, Deep Face Design- Maximum hitting area with a large percentage of the club face above the sweet spot. Enormous effective hitting area with optimized launch conditions. Improved distance on off-center hits. The exceptionally large, deep face of the Classic driver produces a maximum hitting area with optimized launch conditions and improved distance on off-center hits.

3. Miyazaki C. Kua 39/43 Series Shaft With Custom Classic Cosmetics- One of the lightest shafts in the world includes the premium construction,consistency and performance expected from Miyazaki, the worldwide leader in ultra lite graphite shafts. Made in Japan. Break through ultra lite technology produces faster swing speed and more distance. The Classic driver has the option of either a Miyazaki C. Kua 39 or 43 Series shaft – each with custom cosmetics – for maximum swing speed via breakthrough ultra lite technology for faster swing speed and more distance. Miyazaki is the worldwide leader in ultra lite graphite shaft technology, known for premium construction, consistency and performance.

4. Golf Pride Ultralite 25-gram Rubber Grip- A break through rubber material offers the feel that players trust with half of the typical driver grip weight. Reduces total club weight by more than 25 grams for faster swing speed and more distance. A Golf Pride Ultralite grip – half the weight of a typical driver grip – helps reduce the Classic driver’s total club weight by more than 25 grams for increased swing speed and more distance.

Additional Features: Retro Barrel head cover. The throwback look of the Classic driver is complemented by the Retro Barrel, a plush and reliable head cover that adds style to any player’s bag.

Basic Specs – Classic Driver Series
· Club weights: 270g, 290g
· Club length: 45 ¾” (290) and45 ¼” (270).
· Swingweight: D4
· Shaft: Miyazaki C. Kua 39 (A,R, S flexes) or 43 (A, R, S, X flexes) with custom classic cosmetics
· RH lofts (for both 270 and290): 9.0, 10.5, 12.0
· LH lofts (for both 270 and290): 9.0, 10.5
· Head volume: 460 cc
· Face angle: Square

To see more pics and read discussion in teh forums click this link… http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/...deo-tech-talk/
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Old 04-12-2012, 03:56 PM   #2704
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Mass and volume are completely different.
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Old 04-19-2012, 04:01 PM   #2705
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So I made the plunge to high tech golf equipment and FedEx just delivered my driver. It's been on the truck all day here in town so I guess they saved me for last. I would have been at the course hours ago if only.........

I went with one of the stocks shafts to avoid being robbed. The Miyazaki CKua 59 Xstiff. Feels good.

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Thinking about making a move to one of these badboys. The only thing is I want to go with a different shaft but to do so they want $175.00 more. I can buy the stock shaft or the shaft I want for the same money though. Talk about getting the shaft!










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Old 04-19-2012, 07:46 PM   #2706
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The trial run went really well. I've only been out twice this year before today but I felt pretty good standing over the ball so I was able to swing freely. I hit several good drives with it and I'm convinced that I'll hit this club farther then my 15 year old steel shafted T-Zoid.

They built this club for me.

When I was a kid I'd jump the fence and play to the clubhouse and when I walked in the pro shop I'd walk over and eye the persimmon headed Hogans. To me that was the pinnacle of golf equipment. Once I got a set of those I knew there was nothing better. Then they invented metal woods. Metal Woods? Really? It took me a long time to switch from wood to metal. I only did so because I realized that I wouldn't be able to ever replace my wood headed clubs when they were worn out. So I went with the T-Zoid with a metal shaft. The smallest head I could find on a metal shaft. It was a good set of fairway woods and the driver served me well. But alas 15 years later it was time to change.

It only took them 20 years but they finally made a titanium headed graphite shafted driver that looks and feels like a persimmon headed club. The new Cleveland Classic is awsome. Persimmon look with the classic pear shaped head.

It was flying a little higher then I'd like today but once I figure out how high I need to tee the ball I'll be able to work that out. It's a pretty cool thing to gain 15 yards off the tee at fifty years of age. I bet I gain more like 20 after get my stuff together. I pumped about it.

The bad news is that now I'm going to have to spend another three to four hundred dollars upgrading my fairway metal.
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Old 04-19-2012, 10:02 PM   #2707
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I guess the golf thing is dead at this point in the round but I don't care. Here's my lesson for the day.

Stay loose and swing the club.

Play golf like any sport. Play it with you heart and your eyes. Trust your eyes and take dead aim. Take dead aim and then hit that shot with all your heart.
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Old 04-20-2012, 02:43 PM   #2708
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You keep playing this much, you'll do it in no time.
FINALLY did it. Shot a 87 today!
I know it would suck for some of ya'll, but I couldn't be happier about it. I guess I could be happier actually, if I could play 12 over (a par 5 that I hit my driver OOB and ended up taking a 9 on). I also missed 2 putts inside of 2 feet and three putted two others, but I can't complain much....next goal is to do it again and then the next goal will be to break 85.
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Old 04-24-2012, 09:20 PM   #2709
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FINALLY did it. Shot a 87 today!
I know it would suck for some of ya'll, but I couldn't be happier about it. I guess I could be happier actually, if I could play 12 over (a par 5 that I hit my driver OOB and ended up taking a 9 on). I also missed 2 putts inside of 2 feet and three putted two others, but I can't complain much....next goal is to do it again and then the next goal will be to break 85.
That's awsome. If you don't 3-putt you're unde 85.



I was at the course again today and I was working with the new Cleveland driver. I hit a drive on #7 at Deer Lake GC here in town that I just figured out was 370 yards long. It was down wind and a down hill a little but that's still huge. I think this new driver is at least 20 yards longer then my old club. Maybe even longer if I play alot and really get it going. Wow.
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Old 05-03-2012, 11:16 AM   #2710
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Old 05-03-2012, 11:36 AM   #2711
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Not the pings, but why go with the stiff shaft? I'm looking around for irons, not sure what shaft to get if I do get some. I was thinking regular but I don't really know the difference.

I have been a very casual golfer for a long time. I'm consistently in the high 90's or low 100's. I'm thinking about the Adams A7OS irons and a new Taylor Made RBZ driver. My current clubs are 10 year old knockoff Callaways and an old Taylor Made driver that was a good club 10 years ago.

I'm hoping that an upgrade in technology will get me consistently to the low 90's where I can work on a couple things and start breaking 90. Hopefully, or my game has hit a plateau and I will have pretty much wasted $700.
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Old 05-03-2012, 11:51 AM   #2712
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Not the pings, but why go with the stiff shaft? I'm looking around for irons, not sure what shaft to get if I do get some. I was thinking regular but I don't really know the difference.

I have been a very casual golfer for a long time. I'm consistently in the high 90's or low 100's. I'm thinking about the Adams A7OS irons and a new Taylor Made RBZ driver. My current clubs are 10 year old knockoff Callaways and an old Taylor Made driver that was a good club 10 years ago.

I'm hoping that an upgrade in technology will get me consistently to the low 90's where I can work on a couple things and start breaking 90. Hopefully, or my game has hit a plateau and I will have pretty much wasted $700.
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I need a stiffer shaft on my clubs. I have no problem getting the ball up in the air, so a stiff shaft just falls better within my game. It also, if hit properly, gives you a little more distance. Don't know anything about Adams irons, but I really like the RBZ. It has a nice feel to it.
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The more clubhead speed one generates the stiffer shaft he needs. If you can't hit the ball 250 yards you should probably go with the regular shaft. If you're longer than that maybe the stiff. With graphite IMO you can go a little stiffer then with steel.
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Forgot to add, also picking up a Callaway FT-9 i-Mix driver as well...if anyone has played it, impressions are welcome lol.
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