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Oh shit, I just remembered I have a TM Burner 10.5 with a regular shaft (I think) in my garage. I got it for my son (like, the only club I actually paid for) and he doesn't like it.

AG, it's his if he wants it.
 
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Oh shit, I just remembered I have a TM Burner 10.5 with a regular shaft (I think) in my garage. I got it for my son (like, the only club I actually paid for) and he doesn't like it.

AG, it's his if he wants it.
A 10.5 reg would be perfect. What model is it?
 

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A 10.5 reg would be perfect. What model is it?
It's a 460 Burner... I don't remember exactly but I think it's pretty much this:

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Comes with a head cover, too.
 

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The ProLite is a decent shaft. I'm not sold on it yet though.
 
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If it were for you, I'd charge a BJ.

However, since I made a promise to pay forward the generosity of this forum, your uncle's price is free. PM me an address and I'll get it out this weekend.
Sweet! Will send PM and we'll square up with the shipping. Thanks a lot, man. I think it will be a good stick for him.
 

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I'll go home at lunch and double check, but I'm 99% that it's a regular shaft. I'll snap a few pics for you, too.
 
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Got the driver! Thanks again, @TEA Time ! Hats off, bro!

I pulled the grip off and it had an extension in the butt of the shaft. I cut it off, slapped a new grey and red GP NDMC grip on it and it looks great! It will play an inch shorter because the shaft had been shortened before someone put the extension in it and I think that will be perfect for my uncle. Maybe it will be more accurate because of the shorter length. It has a lot of offset too so that should help his slice some. It's a great looking club and I couldn't be happier.
 

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I always wanted to play that driver but I was too poor and too new in golf when it was released to actually be able to buy it
 

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