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Golf Clubs I have quite the diverse set of golf clubs in my bag Maxfli Revolution irons the head forged from stainless steal into perfectly balanced perimeter weighted heads the shafts Tru-temper sensicore S-300s measured balanced and finely tuned for a precise kick point and the grips are custom Maxfli grips each with small indentions from my hands hitting thousands upon thousands of practice balls on the driving range A Calloway Great Big Bertha Driver with a custom ultra light weight Alada tour grade shaft the head 170 cubic centimeters of forged titanium a Golf Pride tour velvet grip stretched out just a little extra so I can get my hands around a split second quicker and manipulate my ball flight with a slight draw for an extra five to ten yards of role on my drives A Taylor Made Raylor four wood totally stock with an extra stiff shaft A Cleveland 56 degree sand wedge Last but not least I carry a Ray Cook Blue Goose two putter made popular somewhere in the 80s My Irons each and every one once a work of beauty now just beat down and in desperate need of a soapy toothbrush to take at least a years worth of divot out of the grooves Where oh where to start I suppose from the bottom of the list Probably my second or third most used club is my pitching wedge this club has the most grooves out of all with sixteen caked full of dirt and seldom cleaned with a golf tee only when I feel like I need a little extra spin on the ball Next on the list are my nine irons which has just a little bend in the shaft which occurred after an impure shot For some reason the grips seem to become really slippery and the club just tends to fly out of your hands at an incredibly rapid rate when that happens
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