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  2. bngolfer

    The New Miura MG-R01 Wedges

    Mm, they should go in your ”school” re keeping the back neat and tidy.
  3. Today
  4. TourSpecGolfer

    The New Miura MG-R01 Wedges

    And looks like they are now using CNC milled grooves and faces for more than the S-01. The stamping... I count 3-4 fonts That Spin Grind looks very Vokey like.
  5. TourSpecGolfer

    The New Miura CB-301 Irons

    Sneak Peak at the Global Version:
  6. TourSpecGolfer

    The New Miura CB-301 Irons

    Coming January 23rd 2019! The Miura CB-301 Irons. Designed to be more forgiving with more offset and stronger lofts than the CB-1008.
  7. As a single lot: - PRGR 2016 RS Driver 10.5 loft. Can be set at 9.5 or 10.5 with the "-1" adaptors; or 10.5 or 11.5 with the "+1" adaptors. - Nippon NSPro Regio Formula MB 65X affixed to a PRGR "-1" adaptor; plays at approx 45.5". It has been butt trimmed only to length. Light blue Iomic midsize grip. - Harmon Tour Design GXX (made by UST; 78g uncut) affixed to an aftermarket PRGR "+1" adaptor; plays at approx 44.75". Light blue Iomic midsize grip. - new spare "-1" PRGR adaptor. - Limited Edition 2015 Open St Andrews Leather Headcover by Links & Kings. - ps NO torque wrench. However the adaptors and weights take the usual 6 point star adaptors, a la TM, Titleist, Callaway etc. For the lot, $400 plus shipping. I ship from the UK so drop me a pm with your location and I'll get you a quote. The driver head is in really good nick. I did have lead tape on the sole but I've removed it for the sale. The Regio is in excellent condition (I didn't really game the Regio). The HTD is in decent nick but has some paint scrapes near the "G" of "GXX". I gamed this shaft. It will suit harder hitters and was one of the ancestors of the more recent UST premium lines - but something you can still pick up new and for only a few shekels these days. Given the PRGR has a slight draw bias (in terms of weight distribution only - face looks square to slightly open) and I generally fight a hook, the GXX helped me to remove some of the hook tendency. Playing it at a slightly shorter length and using the midsize grip helped in this regard too. Enabled me to hit a very repeatable slight draw, even when leaning on the shaft. Fun for a while, but I drive my best when I have a repeatable power fade. I found it difficult to hit the fade that reliably with the RS head. The RS-F might have been a more fitting option. The spare adaptor and ferrule haven't been used. (Note that there are slightly longer Titleist collared ferrules on the adaptors on the Regio and GXX - all I had to hand at the time to complete the builds). The leather headcover was a Limited Edition produced for the 2015 Open at St Andrews. Think it was £100 at the time. It has an internal soft lining and the outer skin is leather. It has lasted well and is in pretty decent nick for a well used headcover. No damage, just nicely worn in like a "worn in" leather jacket.
  8. supo

    sold

    sold
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  10. supo

    TAD MOORE.. la grange pro 1 x bend neck

    cool story. yea its a nice stick allright, i went thru a.double.bend.phase , scotty catalina ,ping cushin, this ..... had fun with them then moved into blades razor.betti nitro, scotty napa..then this just never get a.game, i took it out this weeekend for first time in eons., rolls beautifully. its in immaculate cond.
  11. Did you ever get one of them Chris? Otherwise, the new Geländewagen from Mercedes is 5 inches wider and a bit longer than the old version. It can come in handy in rural Washington if you have to get past a mudslide or two.
  12. bngolfer

    TAD MOORE.. la grange pro 1 x bend neck

    I have a few of these. Used to hang out in Tad's shop in LaGrange when I played collegiate golf there. Fun bloke, called Scotty Cameron (who used to be Tad's protege) Scotty Xerox as he copied many of Tad's original designs. Or so he says. This model, the Pro 1X, has really good feel. Hope it finds a nice new home!
  13. chiromikey

    and now... my flatsticks!

    That was my plan for this year until my father got sick. I’ll get over there again, not sure when...but it will happen!
  14. Customed by lajossi in Melb. weight inserts, head weight to 360g and mid deep face milling. stunning condition. 35ich. long bend neck ,original shaft and grip. individual photos of the putter available, I just make a college to save time and hassel, if u like the stick pm me, full snaps, photos taken yesterday 11/11 fyg. $350 delivered.
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  16. supo

    and now... my flatsticks!

    mikey come.over again and get it done.properly, in tje meantime,ive plenty more.tracks.to show you.
  17. nobmontana

    and now... my flatsticks!

    I hope your design requests go well! There are so many options available with Benock the mind just boggles!
  18. nobmontana

    and now... my flatsticks!

    Thanks Stu-san. I will keep that in mind. 🙂
  19. chiromikey

    and now... my flatsticks!

    Nice Nob! I’m trying to work out some specs on a Benock right now. I’m asking for some unconventional modifications and I’m not sure if we’ll get there but I’m hoping.
  20. Haovictor

    Grandista, S-Yard

    The head was hotmelted by Joe Kwok. Muted sound. I don’t know the face angle. Looks pretty square to me. I can sell Head only at $250 gifted pp plus shipping.
  21. parputt

    Grandista, S-Yard

    Any more info on the Grandista head?Is it the quieter one?Also do you know the face angle and headweight?Would you sell the head only? Thanks.
  22. supo

    and now... my flatsticks!

    great piece nobs. love a putttrr blurb as much as a driver one. if u evber get tired of the wide benock. ill be ur huckelberry
  23. nobmontana

    and now... my flatsticks!

    ...And finally we arrive to my flat sticks! I'll be honest, I am not a good putter at all. When it's on, it's decent, but in a typical round, I just struggle all the way with putts. Regardless of how bad I am at putting, I did go through a custom fitting with Benock in Tokyo last year to have them analyze my stroke and to find out what type of putter best suits me. So, did the Benock completely turn my putting game to a satisfactory level? Well, the short answer is "unfortunately not" and that's nothing to do with the putter itself. I love the shape and how it sets up, but I am just so inconsistent. And that is totally on me. I'm still tinkering a lot with my current putters by trying different shafts, going back and forth between traditional grips and taperless grips in hopes that some combination will magically appear and solve my putting woes!! Also playing with a mallet. My latest experiment is a Ping Vault 2.0 CRAZ-E H putter. I'll be sending it in to Ping for a weight screw replacement (what's the benefit of a interchangeable weight screw if you have to send it it to Ping Repair dept!!! ? ) The head will be 380g with the heavier weight option. I'll be building it to 36.5" or 38" with a counter balance grip. We'll see how she works out. Aside from my experiment, I do have a few blades that I have acquired over the years. All my blades are similar in terms of toe hang. They are around 42 to 43 deg. Which seem to suit my stroke. They are all at 34.5" long but overall weight varies by quite a bit. Benock Blue Dragon II / Shimada NSTP-120 / Winn Pro X 1.18 Though I am not consistent with it, I do think the Benock Blue Dragon II suits my eye the best. Simple and traditional but the slant neck just makes it a bit different from your normal blade. I like this shape a lot. The feel is excellent. dense feel which is just right. It is probably the least forgiving putter of mu stable but since this is the one that I got from my custom fitting, it will stay with me. Head weight is lighter at around 340g. Gold's Factory T102 Prototype / Shimada NSTP-120 / Iomic Absolute Mid This Gold's was my first entry into high end JDM putters. Got it second hand but I am glad I got it because at the time, I liked it so much I sold the rest of my GSS Piretti's that I owed at the time. I am told that this is an older model made right around the time Sasaya-san started his business after leaving Gauge Design. It's a traditional Dale head with two tungsten inserts on the face. Material is Japanese 303 and it has a smooth face with no milling. I've thought about sending it in for a face redo ... but I actually like the clean smooth look and don't mind the feel at all. It has a pretty soft feel for not having any milling on the face. This putter also has a sound slot which gives out a small "tink" sound which is pleasing to the ears. Head weight is about 360g. Benock EASPADE Type S / Shimada NSTP-120 / Super Stroke Mid Slim 2.0 My second Benock which is a modified wide blade with a unique swan neck. It looks pretty forgiving and I do think it actually is. Still getting used to the shape but it plays really nicely. The feel at impact is slightly softer than the Blue Dragon possibly due to the thicker hitting area. Slightly heavier at 365g head. Evnroll ER 1.1 / XXIP-B2 (Violet) / Winn Pro X 1.18 One of my more recent acquisitions to see if their claim of tighter dispersion is actually true with their face milling. The quality of this putter is actually pretty good. I like the fluted hosel... not sure if its for design purposes or its done to move the CG or something. I used this putter when I shot my lowest score this season. If that is because of this putter, I do think I need to use it more. I have the 149g Nippon XXIP-B2 shaft in this one. together with the 365g head, it is quite heavy overall but very stable. .... and Ping Vault 2.0 CRAZ-E H My experiment build. The feel of this aluminum milled head is not great but what I am seeking is maximum forgiveness. I am in the process of building this to a full on counter balance putter at 38" we'll see if this can potentially bring my putting to a more acceptable level. Will share pics once I get the head back.
  24. Haovictor

    Grandista, S-Yard

    T.388.
  25. Haovictor

    Grandista, S-Yard

    More pics.
  26. Ian-500

    Grandista, S-Yard

    Pics of the S-Yards?
  27. Haovictor

    Grandista, S-Yard

    1. Grandista LS-001. 10.5. TRPX Xanadu SR. Length is 45.5 $480 gifted + shipping cost. 2. S-Yard T. 388. Head only. No cover. $110+ shipping cost 3. S-Yard XV. Head only. 9.5 loft. There is small dent on top of the head ( show in the pic ). Won’t effect play though. $80 + shipping cost.
  28. TourSpecGolfer

    Check out the New BB4 Driver!

    Sorry I meant RS-D
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