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Arnold Palmer Iron Set Golf Club
Arnold Palmer Iron Set Golf Club
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Palmer PHD Iron Set 4-PW, SW Uniflex RH
Palmer PHD Iron Set 4-PW, SW Uniflex RH
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Palmer PHD TOUR Iron Set 4-PW Uniflex RH
Palmer PHD TOUR Iron Set 4-PW Uniflex RH
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Palmer Peerless Iron Set 3-PW Regular Steel Shafts Superb ! Beautiful !
Palmer Peerless Iron Set 3-PW Regular Steel Shafts Superb ! Beautiful !
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Arnold Palmer Golden Standard Golf Club Iron Set RH 3-PW
Arnold Palmer Golden Standard Golf Club Iron Set RH 3-PW
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PALMER PROMAX OVERSIZE IRON SET
PALMER PROMAX OVERSIZE IRON SET
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1964 Arnold Palmer golf clubs
1964 Arnold Palmer golf clubs
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Arnold Palmer SP3 Heel wt.  4-PW Iron Set
Arnold Palmer SP3 Heel wt. 4-PW Iron Set
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Used Palmer Peerless irons, 3-PW, good condition
Used Palmer Peerless irons, 3-PW, good condition
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PALMER "THE AXIOM II" 5-PW  IRONS - STEEL R FLEX SHAFTS - VERY GOOD CONDITION!
PALMER "THE AXIOM II" 5-PW IRONS - STEEL R FLEX SHAFTS - VERY GOOD CONDITION!
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Palmer OS-99 BLADE Iron set w/covers 2-9+PW; RH, Stiff Steel Shafts; Excellent!
Palmer OS-99 BLADE Iron set w/covers 2-9+PW; RH, Stiff Steel Shafts; Excellent!
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Palmer Peerless Iron Set 4-SW Steel Shaft S-Flex DM
Palmer Peerless Iron Set 4-SW Steel Shaft S-Flex DM
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Palmer Standard Original 2-P Golf Irons Stiff
Palmer Standard Original 2-P Golf Irons Stiff
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ARNOLD PALMER SP3 MIdsize Iron Irons set! 4-PW
ARNOLD PALMER SP3 MIdsize Iron Irons set! 4-PW
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Palmer OS-99 Golf Iron set 5-PW Stiff + 1.00"  "NICE"
Palmer OS-99 Golf Iron set 5-PW Stiff + 1.00" "NICE"
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Where to find nonconformng driver?

gsm*th said: I'll spare you the obvious reasons I need more length on my drive, but i've been using a snake eyes AerMet CMF for the last 6 years and the head cracked last year. Small crack in the toe. I tried to replace it last year with a regulation driver, but even with the crack, I hit it better. From the USGA's list, it looks like they still make these for other countries. I could be wrong, but I see cleveland hibore and TaylorM R5 ect. on the list. Well, where can i find one of these clubs? do I need to find a store in Europe? Appreciate the help. I did see Golfworks has the Mr. Big 505, but that seems awfully big to buy and try. Its the trampolene i'm looking for. thx

R*ckinMA said: Welcome to shottalk. The highest COR (springface) driver I've seen is the Wishon .90L which was discontinued - you'll see them from time to time on Ebay, but they're not too popular. also, the difference at a 100mph swingspeed between a .830 (max legal COR) and a .820 COR driver only results in a difference of about 0.85 mph in ball speed, which is a difference of 1.5 yds. For a golfer with a slower swing speed, it is less. If you're trying to pick up distance, you'll be best served visiting a professional clubfitter, and getting your exact specs dialed in on a launch monitor. If you find the shaft that fits your swing the best along with optimal launch angle and at a length you can make good center-face contact with, you'll be hitting it further than any illegal driver good luck - hit em straight

P* Jayhawk said: Just curious and have to ask the obvious. Are you willing to pay an astronomical price to buy a driver that you have never hit that even though it has a trampoline effect may still be shorter than your current conforming driver on the gamble that it may or may not buy you a few yards? Seems that the money may be better spent on a driver, conforming or not, that is fitted by a professional to your needs and could possibly buy you quite a few more yards just by matching your swing, with alot more certainty. I could give you the name of a few and where to buy them, however I would question why you would take their word for it that they will go further than any other you can pick up and see from experience the result. I certainly doubt that with my current knowledge I would take the risk, even if I did not care about the rules. This is not even considering the fact as to their legality, as I am aware not everyone really cares about the rules but play to enjoy the game. It just seems it would be more enjoyable having a general idea from a professional on how the driver will work prior to spending the money. Not that I haven't gambled on this myself with the last set of TEE's I bought. Although this was based on more than a year of research, and an educated decision. BTW, welcome aboard, I think you found a good place to get information to help improve your game. ... and in the end, it is all about enjoying the game, so if a non-conforming driver will buy you a few yards and help you better enjoy the game, then by all means.... Just be aware, you may be able to gain more yards by one fitted for your game, and likely at a cheaper price. Much more enjoyable to gain twice as many yards at half the cost.

w*rbirdlover said: There's a 600+ cc non-conforming one and a 500+ cc non-conforming one from here....Integra golf wholesale: Integra golf equipment at wholesale prices. (schroll down to the middle)MALTBY MR. BIG 2 DRIVER HEAD

mdd*bya said: Welcome to Shot Talk. And just FYI, I bought a non-conforming driver that was SUPPOSEDLY to HOT, of all the drivers I own, it's the shortest. Just because they advertise it as non-conforming doesn't necessarily mean it's longer.

W*-Golfer said: 4 words for you "Get The hammer....POW!"

T*pflite_D2 said: No I absolutely can't stand the commercial. haha. I wonder how much they pay those actors to say that it hits farther than an FTi, or whatever those people play.

mdd*bya said: Global Golf occasionally has non conforming versions available, or do a Ebay search. But if it was me, I'd just go with either a HiBore XL, XLS, Callaway FT-i or a Maltby CT250 in the conforming models. All are very long and legal. Who knows, you may want to play in a tournament one day, and if your driver is non conforming you'd be SOL. I personally would hate to build my game around the crutch of a illegal club. But that's just my opinion.

w*rbirdlover said: The bigger the head the farther it should go in theory as the face becomes like a trampoline and the sweet spot is bigger. That's what I think Wishon says. Looking for a regular size driver with a "hot face" is probably not going to happen. :)

Bl*derHater said: Go to golf galaxy and look at their component heads then get a pro launch blue with a shaft extension. I made one for fun and I have so much fun with it. I like playing around with it on the range but not too much, as it does shallow out my swing a lot.

R*lease said: If you google under the non-conforming golf driver a whole bunch of them will pop up. In the European and Asian market, there are still some driver being make and sold that's a non-conforming head here. I even see a Cleveland Hi Bore XL model for sell on the web under the non-conforming list. I know it's more work to condition your body, but that's a better way to get more distance and better game.

w*rbirdlover said: Quote: I know it's more work to condition your body, but that's a better way to get more distance and better game. Release But not nearly as much FUN!! :D

R*lease said: Quote: Originally Posted by warbirdlover But not nearly as much FUN!! :D Totally agree, I just bought 3 more dozens of "new and improved" miracle golf balls which I do not need.

T*pflite_D2 said: Quote: Originally Posted by warbirdlover The bigger the head the farther it should go in theory as the face becomes like a trampoline and the sweet spot is bigger. That's what I think Wishon says. Looking for a regular size driver with a "hot face" is probably not going to happen. :) I've tried a 500cc driver and it was pretty lame. I couldn't swing it worth crap because the head was to big to get any speed up. :deadhorse:

w*rbirdlover said: Cheater!!! :D :D

T*pflite_D2 said: Haha that was before I knew it was illgal. :laugh: Now I'm temped to use my Adam's 9° GT Titaium 363 tight lies. It looks awesome and feels good but last time I used a 9° it didn't go so well. Plus it is only 363 vs. 425.

P*NGELI said: On Golfsmith you can buy a non-conforming Cleveland Hi-Bore for $200