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Mjr. D

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About Mjr. D

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    TSG Madman
  • Birthday January 11

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    www.harrandsports.com
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    Male
  • Location
    Santa Barbara, CA
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    Family, Golf, Photography, Travel, Cars, Movies, etc.

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  • Occupation
    Former Pitcher - Philadelphia Phillies. Long Drive Competitor. Owner - Harrand Sports Performance.
  • Handicap
    10
  • Brand of Choice
    Epon
  • What's in the Bag?
    More than 14 clubs...

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  1. Same, M stamp for me. Not a fan of the roadrunner thing.
  2. Wow, this is the best post on here in months! Please elaborate further if you have the time. Specifically how they were able to spine/FLO the shafts as effectively without an SST machine. Great, great post man. Very interesting stuff. Love it.
  3. Ya, who knows. That club builder on GolfWRX, Kwok, uses them with all his builds and people swear by it.
  4. Been reading a lot about inserting wooden dowels into the shafts of your clubs to dampen vibrations. It's supposed to soften the feel of the clubs and make contact more solid. Does anything have experience with this? Is it worth it? Thanks!
  5. No I don't have any, I just read about some guy who does and said they're incredible putters.
  6. Let's hear it!
  7. I came across a thread about Wood Bros putters and the guy had this to say: Some "Wood Bros Bench Mark 60s putters (5 models) - hand forged by Japanese Samurai sword maker. You can see the layers of metal used to make the heads with very close examination. Like persimmon woods, the edges of the multiple layers are stacked up the face of the putter - creating the strongest head and also best feel. There's a discussion of the Japanese sword maker, Mr. Takagi, now near 100 yrs old and still playing golf, who hand made them on Page 9 of my Wood Bros collection thread. Maybe 20 examples of 5 different styles were made. Most sold in Japan and almost never seen. I've been collecting them for 30 years and have bought every one I've ever found. Dave Wood doesn't even own any. BTW - the putters are grooveless faced - don't need grooves - super soft and instant roll off the face. Anyone ever hear about or try one of these?
  8. Hi guys, looking to unload some nice gear. Everything is in really nice condition. I take good care of my equipment. Not interested in trades, sorry. I’ve listed pricing for continental US. Feel free to message me for international and overseas inquiries. Rare Ryoma Maxima Type V in 8.5 Degree Loft. This is easily the longest driver I’ve ever hit. Absolute bullets and Super forgiving. Excellent condition. Unique feel. If you’re looking for more distance, there is none better than this. Comes with original head cover and optional heavy tungsten weight. $549.95 Free Shipping. Scotty Cameron Xperimental Prototype 1998 Longneck Newport LN Teryllium Tiger Woods Putter. Cameron Crown shaft band. Comes with head cover and divot tool. Super soft, buttery feel. 34.75 inch. Asking $549.95 Free Shipping Crazy Sigma Fairway 50 Full Length 50T Carbon 80g 2.7 Torque Super Low spin and launch. Extremely accurate shaft with a unique feel. MSRP - $400 Asking $175 $15 shipping Continental US Quadra Fire Express Prototype Hybrid Shaft 100x Full Length 50T Carbon Fiber. Best hybrid shaft I've ever used. Extremely tight dispersion, smooth and stable with a mid, penetrating ball flight. Quadra were the first brand to create the quad axis weave used in many shafts from many different brands today including Axiv, Honma and Graphite Design. 2 sections of 4 axis weave using high elastic carbon. Nano Technology that helps create a tight dispersion with low spin. They produce such high quality carbon that they actually supply carbon sheets to some of the top brands including Honma's ARMRQ which also feature the 4 axis weave in their shafts. The Quadra Fire Express Utility Shaft is quality shaft that that have become known for great performance and feel. 40 inch 105g 2.3 Torque X-flex. MSRP - $225 Asking $84.95 $15 Shipping Continental US A-Grind CMB Hybrid Driving Iron 18 Degree. Outstanding soft feel, made in Japan. Beautiful simple looks and very forgiving. This head is actually hollow which is required when producing a metal club this size and keeping it at the proper weight it's a 2 piece stainless steel SUS-431 body and head designed all around accuracy and straightness. Asking - $95 Free Shipping - Continental US Royal Collection BBD 505V 18* Really great head. Great sound and feel and great out of any lie. Definitely one of the best utilities I've ever hit. New this head went for $350 Asking - $49.95 Free Shipping - Continental US Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks guys.
  9. What's your favorite iron?
  10. Has anyone hit these? They're similar to the MP-18 (US model) but they have a copper layer which the US model does not. Let me know if you've hit them.
  11. Heard they're good but basically like everything else. I could be wrong though.
  12. I have the 2015? Type V driver. Other than a slightly closed "looking" face, it's a phenomenal driver. Only other small criticism would be it tends to spin a little too much into a head wind. Long and straight and forgiving though. Had the last model 3 wood too. Long and super forgiving. Spun too much for me though.
  13. For me, Ryoma makes the best combination of distance with forgiveness that I've ever used. There may be longer (not sure what) and there might be more forgiving (not sure what) but I haven't seen anything that has both of these qualities, to this level.
  14. Very nice. Doesn't Seven produce 100% milled wedged too?