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Date Posted: 13:37:22 07/17/00 Mon
Author: hp
Subject: Re: Modifying Wedges
In reply to: Dave Ferguson 's message, "Modifying Wedges" on 10:31:45 07/17/00 Mon

> I've order the Tacki-Mac equalizer grips. When they
> come I will also increase my shaft length by 1" and
> check my lie angle.
> My concern is that maybe I should leave my wedges "as
> is" since these tend to be feel clubs. My wedges are
> Cleveland 53 deg., 56 deg. Sand and 60 deg. Lob.
> Any comments?
> Thanks

I haven't extended them either, I rarely hit them full and haven't found a gap between the 53*TRusty and mp14 pw (extended) so, I'll leave it alone for now...hp

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