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back weighting/counterweighting

Makes sense on putters and the science does back it up that heavier putter head weights with a back weighting on the grip end can assist in eliminating jerky or inconsistent strokes.  How much and how...

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2023 Titleist MPF

I have done the preliminary measurements on the new Titleist irons.  Will not get to finalize and get on the website until sometime next month, but the numbers rarely change from the preliminary, so here...

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Project X Cypher Graphite Wood 50g 6.0 flex bend profile

We have the profile, the way we do it, of the original Cypher 50.  I tried to post the spreadsheet but the format is off.  I will see if I can figure out how to get it posted. I took a quick look at...

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We are working on several models. To early to know exactly what models will end up being available, but mid mallets and fangs, as you describe, are in the mix. Britt Lindsey

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Golfworks 2024

The first edition 2024 Master catalog will be in the mail around the first week of April.  There will be some new products, but no new putters at this time.  We are working on some for 2025, but nothing...

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Weight part missing

You can send it to golfworks@golfworks.com and ask that they forward it to Jim Y. or Brian B..  They will be able to get you the dimensions of the weight if you can identify exactly which scale you have. ...

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CT250 Tour 3 Fairway

If you have a 12 degree CT 250 3 wood, it has to the 2007 CT 250 3+.  That's the only 12 degree #3 wood we ever made.  specs were:  57 lie, 12 loft, 210 grams, square face, 1.45" face height, 12"x12"...

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Weight part missing

Hoping you did not get it from us without the weight.  If you did, apologies for that.  Thanks Rlafoone for answering his question. Britt Lindsey

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Maltby MPF Charts

https://store-k9nvqai7wz.mybigcommerce.com/content/PDFs/Head_MPFs/MPFRatingsChart.pdf

2 days ago 5
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Club and shaft decision

The TE+ or the TS3 would be great choices.  One thing to consider is that both have stronger lofts than the Mizuno 921 Forged.  Both are 2 degrees stronger.  So that fact does not help in you needing...

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KE4 TC vs IST fairways

Besides the adjustability, I would say the sole is the biggest difference.  IST stands for Interactive Sole Technology, which describes the shallow rails and weighting we engineered into the design. ...

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MPF of old vs new tech

Apologies for the delay.  Good question. MPF is MPF, no matter what year.  MPF is based on the mass and dimensional characteristics of the head.  There can be slight variations in specific cg locations...

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Fitting in canada

The staff at the Ottawa location should be able to fit you.  You should contact them to set up a time.  I do not know how exactly they schedule their fittings.  We do not have a list of specific fitters...

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KE4 TC FW Pak

All components of the KE4 TC Fairway pack with the Rapport Graphite FW shaft are in stock, so you should be able to order the pack. Britt Lindsey

February 13, 2024 5
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KuroKage HBP wood shaft, R to A.

We are carrying them so we have the specs.  I think it simply comes down to what weight you want.  Either could work.  Some like a little heavier in the fairways than the driver.  I do not believe...

February 9, 2024 5
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KuroKage HBP wood shaft, R to A.

I have our profile comparison on the HBP R and A tested at the 46" raw length.  Normal progression between the two flexes in the butt frequency (15 cycles), the A being 231 and the R being 246.  The...

February 9, 2024 5
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Golfworks golf club scale

I will have to check if I can tell by the serial number how old it is. The SWRM rarely needs re-calibrating from my experience.  We use them in our shops and the ones we have were built years ago.  Still,...

February 8, 2024 5
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Top End Bag Ideas for TS3 Irons Set

From strictly a loft progression standpoint, the KE4 Tour TC #5 hybrid (25 deg.) and the #4 hybrid (22 deg.) would be perfect.  Since the #6 iron in the TS3 is 28, it would give you a nice transition. ...

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Rapport S is similar in profile to the Recoil 680 F4. The Rapport is slightly firmer in the butt section and the tip section, but not by much. Overall deflection is slightly more on the Recoil which...

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Rapport Core Blue Iron vs Aldila NV

In comparing the Rapport core Blue S flex 80 (actual weight 85 grams) to the NV 85 S (actual weight 88 grams), the Rapport has a lightly softer profile than the NV.  I looking at the butt, mid and tip...

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