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there a set of don white heads for sale im looking at

am i mad???

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probably :) the problem with custom grinds is its one thing if you custom order specific grinding if you know exactly what you want or work with the guy directly to figure out what you need then it doesnt get any better than that. if however you buy a set made on custom order to suit someone else and pay a premium without knowing if its gonna fit you thats probably a bit mad.

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the voice of reason.

noted, i dont need them , jus tthougth they may be something...

let em pass then

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Stew,

A friend of mine has a set Of Don White customs, they are awesome but they were made for him. If you order a set made for you you have something great. If they were made for someone else not so much.

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gotcha. i dont really need them

i just bought those set of cally x- protos last week with the kbs c taper proto shafts

i stil havnt hit, hopefully tonight!

boy i gotta tell ya these are the most beautiful irons.

they have that small , thin neck shape i love like the yammies.

dying to see how the c-tapers go. they look unreal, like aluminium no steps

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Ive got about 6 sets of DW grinds....all of them are when DW was with Macgregor.....It is certainly a hit and miss thing with those irons......I only like one of the sets but it is my all time favorite of all my irons......I only know of the grind as the lee Janzen or Aaron Baddley (sp) grind

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cheers for that. ill let this bouncer pass thru to the keeper.

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What flex are the C-tapers Stew?

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they are stiff. but they are the protos that were amde for ernie and phil to try, these were the first ones they made aparently. i couldnt resist that carrott

didnt get to hit them last night

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Yeah Ernie used to play rifle 7.2s and im sure Phil is whacking 7.0s......Pretty tough to overpower but plenty good if you have a nice rhythm.....Ive got a set of 7.2 rifles in my TM x-300 FCI and they feel fine....Haha but my gamers are a set of s56 with regular flex KBS......I guess my body didnt get the memo about shaft flex and variation

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Stew,

The first protos are between the tours and the C-tapers, more like a stepless tour but more stout is what I understand. Steve Stricker is still playing them. I hope you like them but they are different than the C-tapers.

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u shud see these in the flesh

big ben sold em to me

they are incredible irons to look at, im porett ysure they will be beautiful to play

2009 callaway x forged heads that were tour prefered or something

they are only stiff so i guess they will be ok

ill find out soon enough

ill take some nsappys of these bec they are that good to look at

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delete for off topic

Edited by NiftyNiblick
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