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I could also put the new grips on the other 6.0s for the MP29s. Then when the ferrules get here I can finish them. The other thing I got going (don't know if I posted it) is my buddy has a set of Rocket balls that he broke every shafts but the 7 iron. We were going to put the s300 from my cleavlands, but he needs to go 1/2" longer, and Taylor Made told me .355... they are .370, so I have two new uncut FST pro115 shafts and ordered 5 more. So waiting on those shafts, ferrules, and grips. all this and I can't even play because it's 20 degrees and the course is covered in snow. If I have to, I'll grab the TD Tour Preferreds and head to Madison to meet up with E-clark and hit balls. I'm going through withdrawal bad.
 
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Well. I got MP29S together this morning. Letting the epoxy set. What do you think? Next, I have a set of FST Pro115 shafts to tip trim and put in some RocketBallz and then grip and deliver
 

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Played the MP29s the other day. On a simulator. inskde or out, either way, I was hitting real balls and the pitching wedge with the programmer shaft in it is AMAZING!!! Its so soft and solid. If anyone has a set, I want them. Please help me out with a great price on them. If you have ever wondered what a graphite shaft would feel like in your irons, this shaft is worth the the money. Looks hella good too. I finished putting the TA1s together today. The grips feel kinda spongy. But I like em. They look hella good too. But I am going to play tomorrow again on the simulator, wi4h the MP29s again, but I am taking my Nike SUMO driver and a Callaway Steelhead 5 wood instead of the Cleveland driver and RBZ 3wood. 75 last time, yope to play better, but anything under 78 is ok since I have only played once since October. Anyone that wants to join me is always welcome.
 
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Been playing the MP29s. The powder coat is holding up well from play, but from dropping them and wedges back into the back after a shot, there are a few chips. I think if I were to have used head covers on them they would have been fine. Oh well. Its a practice set for me now.Waiting for May to bring out the TA1s. The feel is great though. I do wish that I would have aded one or two more wraps of tape under the grips though.
 

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