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    Posted: 17 October 2007 at 6:31am
Driver:         Titleist 905R 10.5* UST Proforce V2 Stiff  (Best club ever made)





3 Wood:      Sonartec SS 14* Fuji Vista Stiff (Tour edition)




Rescue:     Mizuno Fli-hi CLK 20* Exar Stiff




Irons 4-P:     Titleist AP2  Project X 5.5





Wedges:
                   Mizuno MP-T Raw 53*/8 S300
                   Mizuno MP-T Raw 56*/10 S300
    


              Titleist Vokey Spin Milled 60*/4 S300





Putter:         Scotty Cameron Circa 62 #3






Bag:            Ogio Grom Desert Camo Stand Bag

Balls:           Srixon AD333






Grips:          Lamkin Crosslines



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Ping G5i B60 - ROE [Rest on Ebay]

"New" girl in town.. Scotty Cameron Circa 62 #3


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Hope you get that putting ratio down, bro. I've improved mine by the simple task of moving my weight more to the balls of my feet getting my eyes over the ball. I only holed one long one on Tuesday, but shaved the hole on about a dozen others, which given the bounciness of the greens I could live with.
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Thanks SK.. Well last weekend I putted quite good. I didnt holed many putts but I left alot very very close (which is a good start).. Distance control was alot better.

I have changed my grip and stance as per Stan Utley after reading his book.. I tried this Scotty in the US and loved the weight/grip and overall feel so I am giving it a try...


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I've gone from a left hand blade putter to a face balanced right hander to try and sort mine. Now I'm getting more over the ball it feels better.
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Changed MP60s for AP2s
Callaway Warbirds for Srixon AD333...
Added an IOMIC putter grip to the Scotty... loving it!
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How do you like the AP2s ? I got the AP1s a few months ago (couldn't get myself to spend the extra $300 for the AP2s).  I have found them somewhat forgiving with a soft feel.   I really like that they included the gap wedge with the set.
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hey sundevil...

well I really like the AP2.... I tried them many times before buying them "second hand and still wrapped". They are forgiving enough for my swing (main reason I switched) but I must say I miss the buttery-soft feeling of MP60s to some extend..

Having said that my score has improved dramticly lately and I am sure the forgiveness of the AP2's has conrtributed to it...


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