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New Callaway Driver

limpalong

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TMAG has had 1,127 new models of drivers out since my RBZ Tour was current. Doesn't make any difference how they hit. If you are hitting it well, and it sounds like you are, stay with it!!

I'd think an old retired metalurgy engineer would be able to design and build his own custom ball retreiver. I'm thinkin' a 50 FT long stick in 10 FT extendable increments. Titanium allow so it's light and strong. Bolt a cup from a hockey goalie's jock strap to the end and just scoop up balls right and left. Could even have a battery powered halogen light on the end to "daylight" the water and allow you to see balls others couldn't. A couple grand in tools and material should see you pulling TiTechs and Top Flites out of hazards all over Wisconsin. :D
 
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I'd think an old retired metalurgy engineer would be able to design and build his own custom ball retreiver. I'm thinkin' a 50 FT long stick in 10 FT extendable increments. Titanium allow so it's light and strong. Bolt a cup from a hockey goalie's jock strap to the end and just scoop up balls right and left. Could even have a battery powered halogen light on the end to "daylight" the water and allow you to see balls others couldn't. A couple grand in tools and material should see you pulling TiTechs and Top Flites out of hazards all over Wisconsin. :D

limpalong

I'm gonna get on this right away! Thanks for the idea limp!
 

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