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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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    Santa Barbara, CA
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    Family, Golf, Photography, Travel, Cars, Movies, etc.

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    Former Pitcher - Philadelphia Phillies. Long Drive Competitor. Owner - Harrand Sports Performance.
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    More than 14 clubs...

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  1. Longest 3 wood

    It's fantastic. Long as s**t and feel is excellent. Tourstage 12.5* they came out with 4 years ago hit absolute bombs too.
  2. SOLID GATE by Benock

    Pretty slick. Let's get a video up!
  3. Miura MC-501 / IC-601 / MG-S01 Tour

    eeeeeeeeh... So so.
  4. Glad you're feeling healthy again, Chuck. Keep us posted on how you progress this season. With your work ethic, you certainly deserve great success. I didn't work out much last year and it's amazing how fast I lost strength and just didn't feel good, mentally. I started working out again 6 weeks ago and it's actually pretty shocking how much better I feel MENTALLY, never mind physically. Confidence climbs and I feel as if I'm slowing the aging process... getting better at something as you get older... instead of just getting older and s**ttier. My goal now is to perform better at 38 than 25, just simply because I'm hellbent on outworking my former self, that relied much more on natural ability. Now it's all about strength strategy, eating better and applying it all to golf and my golf game.
  5. Thanks Chris. Everyone's who purchased it has been happy with it. I tried to put as much quality information in it as possible while eliminating all the fluff out there. It's definitely a good value considering what's all included.
  6. Putting Aids

    I'm going to pickup the Eyeline Putting Mirror as soon as I get back home. I think it has everything anyone could possibly need all in one package. There's a bigger one and a smaller, more portable one. Thing I like about them is you can nail your setup perfectly every time. Will really help with consistency in the setup, which for me, is half the battle.
  7. VA Composites

    My personal opinion is that Diamana requires more swing-speed and more aggression for their shafts to perform at their best. More so than Fuji and Graphite Design. Might be the reason... Might also be the reason Mitsubishi is my favorite shaft company. They just work for me.
  8. VA Composites

    Ya, I've pretty much tried everything and I don't think most of us on here (myself included) would benefit spending $800 on a super exotic Crazy shaft over $400 Mitsubishi, Fuji or Graphite Design, but something tells me logic doesn't take the place of addiction on this forum. Count me in. Side note: Quadra, in my opinion is the most underrated shaft company. Fantastic shafts.
  9. VA Composites

    Just what golf needs, more shaft offerings! TPT, the one Justin Rose is now using, says they're the best. Everyone says they're the best (eye roll).
  10. Interesting... https://mygolfspy.com/mygolfspy-launches-in-japan-and-korea/
  11. Benock World has Arrived!

    I love that one.
  12. Heads only although I had the modus wedge shafts I'm selling, in them before. If you want I can sell you both...
  13. j-beam driver heads......,

    ZY-11 is the lowest spinning/launching head I've ever hit with the TaylorMade SLDR 430 right there with it. I can't imagine anyone needing anything less than a 10.5 loft if they pair it with a mid/low spin/launch shaft. I couldn't even get my 8.5 ZY-11 in the air.
  14. Interesting. I've studied this topic a lot in the last six months. As with most things, there are varying opinions. Most "experts" think there is something to FLO'ing but not much to finding the spine with a spine finder. They say they lie to you. If you do believe in all of this, most "experts" agree that S1 (Spine 1 - stiffest part of the shaft) should face straight up and N1 (neutral 1 - most stable part of the shaft) should face down the target line. N1 and N2 form a 180* line and S1 and S2 form a 180* line through the shaft. It's impossible to have a shaft with an S point and an N point 180* from each other. For me personally, I don't have a frequency machine so I have to rely on FLO'ing by pulling the shaft back and releasing it by hand and I find it very inaccurate. Depending on my pull and release, the shaft can oscillate clockwise or counterclockwise. I do however use a spine finder and to me, I can absolutely feel what part of the shaft has the most resistance and I install the shaft with the stiffest direction facing straight up, to prevent shaft droop coming into impact. Most "experts" say shaft droop will cause more mis**ts that anything else, so it makes sense to have the stiffest part of the shaft pointing up, to counter this. With all this being said, it might be complete nonsense. I just figure if I can do it, and I enjoy it, why not? But with most things in life, to each their own.