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Date Posted: 23:02:54 11/01/13 Fri
Author: Roy Reed (R2)
Subject: Re: L/H golf players
In reply to: Jim 's message, "L/H golf players" on 15:34:43 10/31/13 Thu

Jim: For your WTF, your driver should be 43"-43.5" and your fairway wood about 41.5"-42". One very easy way to find the "best" length for your long clubs is to put a rubber band on the very end of the grip and go to the practice range. Hit a few shots, then move the band 1/2" lower on the grip and hit a few more. Keep doing this until you find the spot where the club feels the best to you and produces the most consistent results. You can have the club cut to that length, re-gripped and re-weighted, or just leave the band in place and play it that way. Most of the clubs made today are simply too long, and cannot be hit with any consistency by the average golfer! Hopes this helps a little. Hit 'em straight! R2

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[> [> Re: L/H golf players -- Jim (TO Roy Reed. My thanks), 23:31:51 11/18/13 Mon

Roy. Many thanks for your advice a couple weeks back.Rubber bands on the grips and a bit of practice to find the spot and I was down the fairway. Also,I had read your advice on putting that you had given to a fellow golfer. Got hold of a face on (R/H) OZ putter. Only had a weeks practice but GREAT RESULT. Monthly Medal final. R/U 89 gross 66 net 28 putts. Age 79. Again, my thanks to you. Regards. Jim.

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[> [> [> Re: L/H golf players -- Roy Reed (R2), 22:04:42 11/21/13 Thu

Jim: Thank you and way to play!! Sounds like you are really coming along with your game. I really like the OZ putter - you'll get a few stares using it out on the course, but who cares if it takes a few strokes off your score and builds your putting ability! Take care and hit 'em straight! R2

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