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Romaro-Slut

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About Romaro-Slut

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    Keep the ball in play!
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  • Brand of Choice
    Epon, Miura, Gold's Factory, RomaRo
  • What's in the Bag?
    RomaRo Miura Epon Crazy Tour AD Basileus Gold's Factory Yamada Garmin

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  1. Itobori yes or no

    i got a pre-loved cavity set at a steal.. hehe thinking of getting a wedge as well to wrap up the set. dropped the idea of getting the driver
  2. RE:CBI-01

    What are the shaft lengths? I play irons @2" over but would think I'd probably soft step.

    Thanks,

    Warren

  3. Crazy CBi-01 Evolution Iron Shaft 5-Pw

    Price reduce to $450 shipped
  4. Crazy CBi-01 Evolution Iron Shaft 5-Pw

    Price reduced
  5. Selling used Crazy CBI-01 irons shaft 5-Pw (6pcs) Flex S Cut and play standard length One time pull out from my Epon iron $600 $450 shipped Spec as follow CBI-01 & CBI-02 Evolution The CBI Evolution is a premium high modulus 50t carbon shaft made for premium performance and control. The CBI Evo is available in a 90g model called the CBI-01 and a 100g model called the CBI-02. Both models provide premium feel and distance with the dispersion and control of much heavier steel. As an example of the CBI’s stiffness profile, the CBI-01 Evo 96g Stiff shaft comes out with higher CPM than a DG S200 steel shaft. However it feels considerably more responsive and has superior distance. Both models are mid kick and available standard as 5-PW with additional shafts available. Flexes are as follows: R Flex: 90-100mph S Flex: 100-110mph X Flex: 110-120mph
  6. This color is limited edition GLWS
  7. 2016 Ryoma Maxima Driver Review

    I have the ryoma on the BP shaft and I use that as a comparison No pun intended. just feedback after using it for a few holes
  8. Next Contest - What do you want?

    Successful people are not busy as they can plan their time pretty well :)
  9. Epon for sale - Endo leaving golf biz

    Buddy, i am saying it is and its the last few putter brands that is truly made in Japan and truly customized. The studio here does fitting in English as the Japanese who operates is here speaks english
  10. 2016 Ryoma Maxima Driver Review

    Gamed the Type G driver on stock regular in Jakarta a few days back My personal opinion is: 1. the launch is lower, thus more roll 2. Easier to get the sweet spot compared to the maxima 3.. Not really straighter. Very much depends on the swing. 4. At address, it looks way better as you can see the lines on the face All in all, it's a driver I will game, but to me, very little improvement from the maxima
  11. Bahama EB-03 on Crazy CB46 6.2

    Price adjusted slighyly This Is one of the longest head in Japan now and the latest model from Bahama Good deal at this price!!
  12. Benock Okuda Putters!

    Benock is one of the last few putter companies tat really customise a putter for customer and made in Japan They have a putting studio here where I am based at operated by a Japanese Im a fan of their design and I have not tried their putters yet. I am intrique on how they will conduct the fitting session tho. Given that each putter is easily 100,000yen and above, I'm sure there is some magic somewhere!
  13. SOLD : Beautiful EPON AF-903 Driving Iron

    Head sold thanks
  14. SOLD -- Jbeam Yamazaki ZY-11 Head Only (White)

    Head sold. Thanks
  15. Epon for sale - Endo leaving golf biz

    There are not many brands left in Japan that are really "made in Japan" Benock is a typical example...