I love helping people "play better golf," whether through golf lessons, custom club fitting and set building, or by repairing their clubs. I have been trained by Jim Yachinich at three different schools at Golfworks. I am certified on the Mitchell Signature Angle and Putter Angle machines. I am also Titleist Performance Institute Certified.

It is also good to keep in mind that there are tolerances of +/- 1*, so it’s always best to get them bent to your exact specifications, including lie angle.

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Britt, you guys are rocking it with your new iron and wedge designs! Eager to build a set of those wedges!

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I have a new Maltby PT1 mallet putter that might be what you’re looking for. It’s not the PTM1, it’s the Pure Track 1 from 2014 or so. Smaller head, half moon shape with plumber’s neck. If you’re...

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M2 irons and the M2 Tour irons all take .370 parallel tip shafts.

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Britt, if he declines it, I would like to have it. Thank you.

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The KBS Hi-Rev wedge shaft is available in taper tip, R flex at this link: https://www.golfworks.com/kbs-hi-rev-20-355-wedge-shafts/p/fs0039/

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For what it’s worth, I have a set of new MMB17 Black heads (4-GW) if you are interested. Michael

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May I recommend the Nippon Pro NS 8950GH shaft. It’s lightweight and has great feel, and it comes in A, R, and S flexes and in taper tip - .355. It’s not graphite, but it doesn’t feel like most steel...

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Previous thoughts are good. May I also suggest that you get your swing speed measured - lots of guys have devices to do that so you don’t need to go to Golf Galaxy. Then use the Maltby Shaft worksheet...

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I prefer working with the 1 x 42 machine with low rpm of about 1700. Too easy to make a mistake on the faster machines. Micro grit and Norax belts are both excellent.

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