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Men's RH Arnold Palmer "The King" Golf Clubs 3-PW LQQK!! RARE?
Men's RH Arnold Palmer "The King" Golf Clubs 3-PW LQQK!! RARE?
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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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Arnold palmer the Standard forged Cavity Back Iron Set 2-sw
Arnold palmer the Standard forged Cavity Back Iron Set 2-sw
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Set of 3-9 Arnold Palmer "The Standard" Forged Irons..Steel Shaft..Tour Wrap
Set of 3-9 Arnold Palmer "The Standard" Forged Irons..Steel Shaft..Tour Wrap
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PALMER AXIOM Iron Set + Putter Golf Clubs Set Steel Shaft
PALMER AXIOM Iron Set + Putter Golf Clubs Set Steel Shaft
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Arnold Palmer Peerless TOUR iron set RH 4-PW,SW Grafalloy Prologic graphite reg
Arnold Palmer Peerless TOUR iron set RH 4-PW,SW Grafalloy Prologic graphite reg
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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 The Axiom II Iron Set 3-PW, Original Palmer Axiom Lite Stiff Flex Shafts
Palmer The Axiom II Iron Set 3-PW, Original Palmer Axiom Lite Stiff Flex Shafts
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Palmer Peerless-Lite Irons with a Steel Shaft Right Hand IRON SET AND STIFF men.
Palmer Peerless-Lite Irons with a Steel Shaft Right Hand IRON SET AND STIFF men.
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Arnold Palmer Golf Clubs Rare used set 8 Stainless Steel irons 3 - Dual Wedge RH
Arnold Palmer Golf Clubs Rare used set 8 Stainless Steel irons 3 - Dual Wedge RH
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Palmer PXI right hand iron set
Palmer PXI right hand iron set
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Arnold Palmer Trumatic Golf Clubs set Stainless irons 6 - PW w Aldila Graphite
Arnold Palmer Trumatic Golf Clubs set Stainless irons 6 - PW w Aldila Graphite
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Arnold Palmer Original Limited Edition Iron Set 2-PW New In Plastic 815/1000!
Arnold Palmer Original Limited Edition Iron Set 2-PW New In Plastic 815/1000!
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Mens Arnold Palmer axiom m.s. plus right handed iron set. 3-pw
Mens Arnold Palmer axiom m.s. plus right handed iron set. 3-pw
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Palmer The Standard Forged 2-P Golf Irons. Dynamic Gold R300U. Vintage. NICE!
Palmer The Standard Forged 2-P Golf Irons. Dynamic Gold R300U. Vintage. NICE!
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Broken shafted FTi Tour

M*nchesterGolfer said: Couldn't help myself. I saw a Callaway Fti Tour 9.5 neutral which has had the shaft broken on it. I have a couple of spare shafts knocking about so thought what the hell and got it. I now need to decide on which would be the better combo? It's a straight choice between a Graman 540 Ultimate G in Stiff or a Grafalloy Blue x-Flex? What do you rekon? Thinking the X-Blue will be very stable through the ball and will handle my most agressive swings but I picked up the Limey after reading good stuff around here about it. EDIT;- Just been having a look on the Bay and there are 3 new contenders - Aldila VS Proto 80 S, Diamana BlueBoard 83 X or Graphite Design Purple Ice 85S So what do you rekon would be the better combo? :callaway:

g*nning4u said: The Blue X is crazy stiff.

M*nchesterGolfer said: Quote: Originally Posted by gunning4u The Blue X is crazy stiff. Was thinking that. I'm actually coming round to the Graphite Design Purple Ice 85 in Stiff or X. how do you like the X Pershing?

*rish said: blueboard x..then compare the fti and the cobra

M*nchesterGolfer said: Quote: Originally Posted by Irish blueboard x..then compare the fti and the cobra I like the cobra Blueboard combo but I'm finding the BlueBoard a little to wippy now. I'd love to give the Blue X a go but once the shafts in it'll have to be cut and drilled out if I don't like it. The Purple Ice is a bargain for £30 new inc delivery. I'm thinking BlueBoard X can go in my 3 wood. that means I'll have the Limey and Blue to sell.

R*ckford35 said: FBK has a Speeder 757 for sale in the classifieds for a great deal. R35

J*FF4i said: Hmmm, try the Speeder or Blueboard. As gunning said the blue x is crazy stiff.

*zra76 said: Sell me the head. I'm going to have a VS Proto 70x this week with a .350 tip. http://www.shottalk.com/forum/images/icons/icon10.gif PM me if interested in the VS, shipping is not all that bad. I'm probably going to be looking to trade it for some .355T X100 iron and/or wedge shafts.

M*nchesterGolfer said: Quote: Originally Posted by ezra76 Sell me the head. I'm going to have a VS Proto 70x this week with a .350 tip. http://www.shottalk.com/forum/images/icons/icon10.gif PM me if interested in the VS, shipping is not all that bad. I'm probably going to be looking to trade it for some .355T X100 iron and/or wedge shafts. I've already pulled the trigger on new shafts for my irons and i'm currently down to only one driver so NEED to keep this one. I'm thinking the Purple Ice 85S is the favorite for this experiment. Reading the reviews it's a shaft for aggressive fast swings and thats mine to a point.

*zra76 said: Quote: Originally Posted by ManchesterGolfer I've already pulled the trigger on new shafts for my irons and i'm currently down to only one driver so NEED to keep this one. I'm thinking the Purple Ice 85S is the favorite for this experiment. Reading the reviews it's a shaft for aggressive fast swings and thats mine to a point. OK. I was saying I would trade the VS Proto for X100's. I'm looking to switch out the the NS1050's for X100's in my Miura's to see if it will help straighten out the the high draw. I've got a tail on my good shots that's putting them 20' left when they should be hitting the GD stick. http://www.shottalk.com/forum/images/icons/icon10.gif

g*nning4u said: Quote: Originally Posted by ManchesterGolfer Was thinking that. I'm actually coming round to the Graphite Design Purple Ice 85 in Stiff or X. how do you like the X Pershing? I like the Pershing a lot. I haven't hit to many x's only an aldila nvx the Blue X which is way to stiff and the Pershing. The Pershing is stout but not harsh its still smooth, it has a nice subtle kick with a low to mid launch. I had a stiff reax Tp (rombax) and that shaft felt more bordy than the Pershing. If you have hit a 75 V2 stiff the pershing is more stable with a little less kick and I think it has a stiffer tip so somewhat less spin.

g*nning4u said: Quote: Originally Posted by ManchesterGolfer I've already pulled the trigger on new shafts for my irons and i'm currently down to only one driver so NEED to keep this one. I'm thinking the Purple Ice 85S is the favorite for this experiment. Reading the reviews it's a shaft for aggressive fast swings and thats mine to a point. If you go with the Purple ice 85s I would go with an X. I had that shaft in my 3 wood and it didn't feel that stout. I like the CompNt x way better. The PI is a good shaft I just should have got an X.

g*nning4u said: Quote: Originally Posted by ezra76 OK. I was saying I would trade the VS Proto for X100's. I'm looking to switch out the the NS1050's for X100's in my Miura's to see if it will help straighten out the the high draw. I've got a tail on my good shots that's putting them 20' left when they should be hitting the GD stick. http://www.shottalk.com/forum/images/icons/icon10.gif That might be a good move I bet you will like the X100's.

*zra76 said: Quote: Originally Posted by gunning4u That might be a good move I bet you will like the X100's. When Twofast got his J33's they had X100's in them. I hit those very well at the range. I think he sold the shafts though. I was hitting the J33's as high as my irons but they were a lot straighter. They actually cut a little instead of a draw tail. I'm probably just going to do like the 7 and 9i to start. If they work out, I'll proabably do irons and 5W. Considering trying a TP hybrid with one as well and getting out of the 3iron.

w*rbirdlover said: X Blue. Still a great shaft. :)

*dam Pettman said: Anything but the X blue Paul, tis harder than Paul Scholes and Roy Keane combined.

L*ftyHoges said: Quote: Originally Posted by Adam Pettman Anything but the X blue Paul, tis harder than Paul Scholes and Roy Keane combined. So it's softer than Grandma's scones then? Sorry, thats the Gooner in me. I apologize. Please continue....