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Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison I Pro Golf Putter Steel Core Shaft
Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison I Pro Golf Putter Steel Core Shaft
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CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK PUTTER (LITTLE POLSON II)
CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK PUTTER (LITTLE POLSON II)
   $42.50
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Callaway Hickory Stick Lob Wedge 59 deg Hal Linden Golf Classic Collectible
Callaway Hickory Stick Lob Wedge 59 deg Hal Linden Golf Classic Collectible
   $45.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick Putter ** Milled Face MF-2 **
Callaway Hickory Stick Putter ** Milled Face MF-2 **
   $49.99
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Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison II Pro Golf Putter Steel Core Center Shaft
Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison II Pro Golf Putter Steel Core Center Shaft
   $50.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick Third Wedge with Winged Foot Logo
Callaway Hickory Stick Third Wedge with Winged Foot Logo
   $15.00
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RARE COLLECTOR'S WOOD CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK LITTLE POISON II 35" PUTTER
RARE COLLECTOR'S WOOD CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK LITTLE POISON II 35" PUTTER
   $79.99
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CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK THIRD WEDGE 59*
CALLAWAY HICKORY STICK THIRD WEDGE 59*
   $65.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick Third Wedge 59° Hi-Lob RH Steel Core Golf Club 35"
Callaway Hickory Stick Third Wedge 59° Hi-Lob RH Steel Core Golf Club 35"
   $44.99
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Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison I 35" Putter Right
Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison I 35" Putter Right
   $195.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick Putter Golf Club
Callaway Hickory Stick Putter Golf Club
   $70.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick Bobby Jones Billet Series 1 Putter - Commemorative 35.75"
Callaway Hickory Stick Bobby Jones Billet Series 1 Putter - Commemorative 35.75"
   $69.95
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Callaway Hickory Stick MF-2 35.5" Putter Right Steel # 24250
Callaway Hickory Stick MF-2 35.5" Putter Right Steel # 24250
   $59.99
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Callaway Hickory Stick MF-3 Copper 35.5" Putter Right Steel # 24248
Callaway Hickory Stick MF-3 Copper 35.5" Putter Right Steel # 24248
   $97.87
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Callaway Bronze Hickory Stick First Wedge 50*
Callaway Bronze Hickory Stick First Wedge 50*
   $49.00
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Nomad wedges

D*wey_1011 said: has anyone ever sent a wedge to nomad or have any of you ever played with any of there wedges? I have been thinking about doing it just wanted some feedback first.

*zra76 said: I've not played one but seen plenty. IMO they charge way too much for putting a couple holes in a wedge with a drill press. Anyone can do it. As for as a finish, there is this stuff sold in the gun section of many sporting goods stores called "gun blue". It was done to my gap wedge, which is also an oil can. Here's a link to a pic I put up of it. http://www.shottalk.com/forum/classi...key-gw-pw.html

D*wey_1011 said: i have that mizzy wedge it is chrome would that blue hold on it or not?

*zra76 said: No. It only will hold on a raw finish. It would work good on that oilcan I'm sending you. I was going to do it actually to try to make it look better for selling it. It wears off, mine needs to be redone soon. All you have to do is hit it with some steel wool and then apply the gun blue. As far as what they do for grooves at Nomad... I have a set of small files and I did the grooves on 2 Mizuno's. They were shredding balls the 1st few weeks after I did them.

D*wey_1011 said: tell me more on the filing how exactly did you do it I would love to try it, I play the old eye 2 BeCu square groove irons the spin with the 8-pw is unbeliveable

*zra76 said: One of the files has a triangular tip. I just put the tip of it in the groove, pressed down and slowly pulled back. It took out a tiny little thin strip of metal. I did each one, just once and it nearly cut my finger when I ran it across them after. Several places sell a regrooving tool but it's the same thing.

d*ve. said: I have one and its superb.I got it because I wanted the 'tour grind' ie the rolling edge heel and toe grind,plus I got the square grooves and of course the ports.Its a superb club (Vokey) and I can recommend their work,its clean and tidy but yes, a little expensive.But thats a little rich coming from Mr Uber Ho himself;) I wanted the heel grind and everything else sort of came with it

*rishGolfer said: I am interested in the Black Fog finish. My Titty SMs are losing some of the crome around the sweet spot (cuz I'm such a Tour Playa :) ) and it looks a bit unslightly. I figure the Black Fog finish looks cool and is supposed to last a lifetime with very little wear. I care less about the porting or re-grooving Anyone sent their wedges off to Nomad to get fogged? $?

*zra76 said: Quote: Originally Posted by dave. I have one and its superb.I got it because I wanted the 'tour grind' ie the rolling edge heel and toe grind,plus I got the square grooves and of course the ports.Its a superb club (Vokey) and I can recommend their work,its clean and tidy but yes, a little expensive.But thats a little rich coming from Mr Uber Ho himself;) I wanted the heel grind and everything else sort of came with it Well, I suppose to get the grind perfect I can see the cost. Everything else is BS. I used to work in an investment casting factory in the finishing dept. With the equipment we had I could have done everything they do in about 6minutes. They definitely have a racket going there.

d*ve. said: Quote: Originally Posted by ezra76 Well, I suppose to get the grind perfect I can see the cost. Everything else is BS. I used to work in an investment casting factory in the finishing dept. With the equipment we had I could have done everything they do in about 6minutes. They definitely have a racket going there. I'm not sure what you mean by racket I paid 30 quid,thats only 60 dollars over new and for that they have had to grind the club properly,heel and toe plus leading edge then refinish it obviously,port it (ok thats easy) and also cut the square grooves,all for 60 dollars? thats hardly a rip off and anyway,how many places are you GAURANTEED a quality grind? It takes a lot longer than 6 minutes to do that grinding,cut square grooves properly (and thats not easy) plus the ports.I think you are being a tad critical of a simple and relatively cheap service.I have also found them to be very helpful