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About nobmontana

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  • Birthday 08/13/1967

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    Mill Creek, WA
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    Golf club tinkering

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    Life is too short
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    TSR2 DR/ G430 5W 4H / TW-U 24/ I230 5-U/Β Glide 56 & 59/ Beres P303

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  1. Been playing Modus 120 Stiff in my irons the last few years and while I don't have any complaints, At 55 years old, I've started to feel that I might be better off with lighter shafts. Recently I switched my irons from Yamaha 020 Tour Forged to Ping I230s and since Ping US did not offer Modus 120 as an option at all ( not even for upcharge ) I had to order the i230s with Modus 105 S ... which just did not work out. So I pulled the 120 S out of my Yammys and into the Pings and it is night and day! I hit it so much straighter. I guess I'm a 120 Stiff guy. My i230s are set for the sea
  2. Hey guys!! Found this recent YouTube video from SKG (Shinagawa Koei Golf ) This is SKG's version of the Seven x Shinagawa MBs. I was surprised to see that the head shape is 100% hand grind!! Pretty amazing skills! I think most purist would appreciate this over the more modern CNC manufactured heads. Very tempted to shaft up my heads and actually start playing them. πŸ™‚
  3. I have 2 Benock putters currently. 1 with the standard SUS303 and the other with SUS316L... They are built with different shafts ( steel vs graphite ) so it's not if the difference in feel is coming from the head or the shaft.... but my personal opinion is that the 316L does feel slightly more muted at impact which contributes to a softer feel. I do think the SUS303 head provides clearer feedback and perhaps just a tad more solid feeling. While not in the material options that Benock offers, I have a Seven putter in Sandvik Stainless Steel ... this one feels softe
  4. Wow!! 2 sets of LEDs !!! And one of them are NEW?? I think they are the best wedges PRGR ever produced. GLWS!
  5. Got to be the last few that's left on earth especially in an S flex. I had mine saved for the perfect occasion but it seems that I've waited too long and these shafts are too much shaft for me now. Modus 120 Stiff are the perfect fit for me at the moment even with 5 days of gym time trying to maintain myself physically. πŸ™‚ Getting older is tough!! Good luck with this sale!!
  6. Really? I've been getting quite a bit stuff direct from Japan thanks to the favorable exchange rate against the Yen and forwarding services like Buyee and Tenso. I need to stop now!! πŸ™‚
  7. RM-W is a custom order only model with enhancement updates from the RM-4 based on feedback from tour pros. raw satin finish only. RM-Alpha is a new model that sits between the RM-4 and DJ-5 ... which means its more or less a slightly forgiving version of RM-4.
  8. Japan of course!! πŸ™‚ US-England match was pretty good to watch!
  9. Oh yes... I had the privilege of trying their iron shafts back when they were still prototypes at the fitting studio in Tokyo. Had really good stability and even though it was in a n Epon 703 head, the shafts almost erased any kind of clickiness of the face. Never really took off as a product because of the uber high price but was definitely one of the best for sure! Seven Dreamers Lab as a company went under in 2019 and now their shaft division still lives under a new name called "Imide and Suns."
  10. How could I have forgotten! Crazy STP shafts in 85g or less are very good iron shafts. The 100g and above are too stout and boardy for most. I've used the 85g in my UT irons or Hybrids and they work very well. They are proprietary stepped graphite design.
  11. Black has weight flow whereas silver is constant weight. And perhaps that explains why the Blacks felt easier especially for the longer irons because they were actually a bit lighter than the short irons.
  12. Of the graphite iron shafts I've used before, Mitsubishi OT irons were pretty good as well as the Fujikura MCI Blacks. Did not prefer the silver MCI though.... Also, if you are on a budget, Mitsubishi Kurokage TiNi LBP (Low Balance Point) shafts are excellent. I have one in 105g now in my Honma TW-U 4 iron. I believe they also come in a 65g and an 85g. Titelist still have these shafts in their custom option lineup for their T200 and T300 irons the last time I checked.
  13. do a google look up on γƒ‡γ‚£γ‚’γƒžγƒŠγ€€γƒγƒƒγƒ—γ‚’γƒ€γƒ—γ‚Ώ ... should get you several online sources.
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