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What did you buy today?

ualtim

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Evenroll ER2CS might also fit the bill. Looks similar to the Bell you referenced.
$$$…

Evenroll’s are nice putters, but when I buy in multiples I like to find them a bit cheaper. I could buy a couple of used Yes! Carolyns and send them out for refurbishment cheaper than one Evenroll.
 

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Well there was a few new Scotties in the club house that the Titlleist rep dropped of, and I have been thinking about a new one (because the Three Titleist putters that are in the office just aint right, nor were the three others that I've since sold). Just so happend that one was just right. So, it came home with me. I removed (and saved) the original grip, cut it to my length (33"), and slid on a new Super Stroke 2.0. I may be ording a new weight set for it too. Also. I was thinking of getting a new set of irons. I was gaming the Mizuno MP 29s for A LONG time. Then got fit for the Titleist AP2s with Project X LZ 6.5 shafts. I wasnt 100% in love with the shafts, so 6 months later did another shaft fitting and wanted to go back to graphite. Found the Steelfiber i95 to be my new shaft. Decided I would put some Steelfibers in the Mizunos as well, but went with the i110s. As much as I love my MP29s, and and sexy as they are, I've been playing the AP2s more (more forgiving). I recently decided to go and see about a new set of shafts, and or MAYBE a new set of iron heads. Well, the Srixion ZX7s were pretty good, but the Miura TC-201 felt soooo much better. I found that the Steel fiber is the right shaft for me only I needed to be in a heavier profile. So the steel fiber i125s it is. So, after a few week long internal struggle and debate, I decided to pull the trigger on the Miuras. they showed up yesterday. Today I stated weighing the heads and trimming the shafts. I Like parallel tips so that I can trim them to exactly where I want them flex wise. With that I had to hone out the heads to .370, no problem. I now have the heads prepped, the shafts prepped, and the grips all weighed out and ready to go. Next I will calculate swing weighs, and determine if I need tip weights. Get that all sorted out in the morning, then tear apart my Vokey wedges to re-shaft them. Then glue everything up. I'm excited! After the build, I still have to do a ball fitting myself and determine the correct ball for me. Then finally do a new bag mapping session, and type up a new yardage matrix for my book. So much to do. Then, after all that I can go out and play, and kick Warbirdlover's butt!!!
 
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ualtim

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Adams C-Groove Prospect putter.

Yes, C-Groove, but not Yes! C-Groove.
 

J.P.C.

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Didn't exactly buy it today, but got it beginning of May - this was my first round with the cart.

it's an HDK Forester, although in SA it is branded EVG Rubo.

awesome cart

Got FM/AM Radio, reverse camera, bluetooth and it is 4x4.

Lithium Battery and runs brilliantly.

used 9% of the battery on 9 holes, which to me is brilliant.
 

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warbirdlover

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Didn't exactly buy it today, but got it beginning of May - this was my first round with the cart.

it's an HDK Forester, although in SA it is branded EVG Rubo.

awesome cart

Got FM/AM Radio, reverse camera, bluetooth and it is 4x4.

Lithium Battery and runs brilliantly.

used 9% of the battery on 9 holes, which to me is brilliant.
NICE!
 

sssmokin

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I got a notice from Skycaddie that my old GPS would not work soon, but gave me a good deal on the new Skycaddie 400.............normally $300, for only $150 and my account on the old one would be good for the rest of the year. So am waiting for the new one to arrive in a day or two.
 

sssmokin

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Didn't exactly buy it today, but got it beginning of May - this was my first round with the cart.

it's an HDK Forester, although in SA it is branded EVG Rubo.

awesome cart

Got FM/AM Radio, reverse camera, bluetooth and it is 4x4.

Lithium Battery and runs brilliantly.

used 9% of the battery on 9 holes, which to me is brilliant.
Very nice!!! We have a fleet of new Yamahas at my home course with all the options, so as long as they have enough, I'll use those.
 

sssmokin

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I got a notice from Skycaddie that my old GPS would not work soon, but gave me a good deal on the new Skycaddie 400.............normally $300, for only $150 and my account on the old one would be good for the rest of the year. So am waiting for the new one to arrive in a day or two.
 

limpalong

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Didn't exactly buy it today, but got it beginning of May - this was my first round with the cart.

it's an HDK Forester, although in SA it is branded EVG Rubo.

awesome cart

Got FM/AM Radio, reverse camera, bluetooth and it is 4x4.

Lithium Battery and runs brilliantly.

used 9% of the battery on 9 holes, which to me is brilliant.
We have changed our entire fleet of rental carts to lithium powered. The last year our fleet was led acid batteries, we spent $24,000 on batteries. The clubhouse staff said they didn't want to ruin clothes with the acid. The maintenance staff said they didn't have time to check the battery water. (I was just coming on the Board at that time.) That clubhouse staff has all been replaced along with the superintendent we had at that time. Still, the lithium batteries take no daily maintenance. My cart is still lead acid. But, I keep checking the battery water. It should keep going as long as I'll be playing this frustrating game.
 

J.P.C.

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Lithium is painless maintenance batteries, expensive to replace though, but have a much longer life span compared to acid batteries, I can easily play 4 rounds with my cart per charge, and i do not play straight golf currently. :)
We have changed our entire fleet of rental carts to lithium powered. The last year our fleet was led acid batteries, we spent $24,000 on batteries. The clubhouse staff said they didn't want to ruin clothes with the acid. The maintenance staff said they didn't have time to check the battery water. (I was just coming on the Board at that time.) That clubhouse staff has all been replaced along with the superintendent we had at that time. Still, the lithium batteries take no daily maintenance. My cart is still lead acid. But, I keep checking the battery water. It should keep going as long as I'll be playing this frustrating game.
 
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What is it….who makes it?
Jones Trouper R.
 

limpalong

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Picked up a set of pristine Ping i25's. Showed up the day before Thanksgiving. Day after Thanksgiving we got more snow than we had total all last winter. Course reopened today. Feel like temp was 24 degrees with wind. I opted to stay home at least one or two more days. Upper 50's to low 60's next week. Anxious to get them on the course and see how they act.

Had the 1984 Eye 2's in the bag the last few weeks. Amazing how good they still play after all these years. Won quite a few quarters with them.
 

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