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  • Harrison Shotmaker

    This thing is making waves and has earned ridiculously good reviews from all who have tried it. Anyone have any experience using it or installing it? Thanks

    http://www.harrison.com/product/shot...f-shaft-insert
    http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/...r-is-for-real/

  • #2
    Re: Harrison Shotmaker

    Sounds like just the cure for Tiger
    Florida Set
    Callawya XR16 Accra Shaft
    Adams Redline 16*
    Taylormade Slider 21*
    3-P Wood Bros Forged Cavity Rifle 6.0
    52*KZG
    56* Cleveland 588
    Scotty Circa 62 # 7

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    • #3
      Re: Harrison Shotmaker

      $150
      What's in the Taylormade TMX Stand Bag:
      Titleist 910D2 10.5* (w/ Oban Devotion)
      RBZ 3w 15*
      RBZ Tour 3h 18.5*
      Adams CB2 4-GW (KBS Tour 90)
      CG15 52*,56*

      Putters:
      Byron Morgan DH89x
      Byron Morgan 611x

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      • #4
        Re: Harrison Shotmaker

        Originally posted by seanfarrell View Post
        $150

        If a teacher guaranteed to make your driver Longer and significantly straighter in 5 minutes for $150...would ya pay him?


        People spend so much trying to get better at this game...if it works like they say I think its worth it!

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        • #5
          Re: Harrison Shotmaker

          Originally posted by par72 View Post
          If a teacher guaranteed to make your driver Longer and significantly straighter in 5 minutes for $150...would ya pay him?


          People spend so much trying to get better at this game...if it works like they say I think its worth it!

          you didn't tell me you were in sales!

          good point though! especially since it would be transferable to new drivers
          What's in the Taylormade TMX Stand Bag:
          Titleist 910D2 10.5* (w/ Oban Devotion)
          RBZ 3w 15*
          RBZ Tour 3h 18.5*
          Adams CB2 4-GW (KBS Tour 90)
          CG15 52*,56*

          Putters:
          Byron Morgan DH89x
          Byron Morgan 611x

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          • #6
            Re: Harrison Shotmaker

            This definitely interests me, but probably moreso in a 3 wood than driver.

            I saw the thread over in Golfwrx but just assumed it was a new Harrison shaft being discussed.
            Cobra S2 10.5 - Stock Fuji
            Cobra Baffler TWS 20 - Aldila NVS
            Cobra Baffler TWS 23 - Aldila NVS
            5-PW Mizuno MX23 - DGS300
            Mizuno MP-R 52.07 - DGS300
            X-Forged MD 56 - Rifle Spinner 5.5
            X-Forged MD 60 - Rifle Spinner 5.5
            Odyssey Black Tour Design #9
            Titleist ProV1x

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            • #7
              Re: Harrison Shotmaker

              Read through the posts on wrx and all the nunchuck threads including the 90 pager on sitd.

              Seems both will help reduce sidespin with probably the nunchuck helping more on horrible swings.

              The advantage it sounds like with the shotmaker is if you get fitted for a good shaft that works well this will work with that. (if it fits)

              It'd also be of course cheaper to do driver/woods.

              I have a feeling well fit driver/shaft combo + shotmaker would give you more distance and for the most part just as good dispersion as a nunchuck. But your nunchuck might be a bit better on your worst swings.

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              • #8
                Re: Harrison Shotmaker

                No objections on the cost, just curious why one wouldn't just get fitted for a proper "tip stiffened" shaft?

                My Titileist fitting cost me $100+$50 for the "upgraded" Proforce V2 shaft (only because I bought the 910 driver). Net-net, same cost. Unless of course you're buying an exotic shaft. That's a bit of a different story.
                WIT PING DLX cart bag:
                Titleist 910 D3 8.5° Proforce V2 XS
                PING G10 15.5° PING TFC 129 S
                Titleist 910H 21° Diamana Ka'li S
                PING i15 black dot Z-Z65 +1 S 4-PW
                Cleveland CG14 Black Pearl 52°, 56°, 60° 2 dot
                Titleist ProV1x
                Putters:
                Bettinardi Signature Model Two D.A.S.S/F.I.T. 35"
                Ben Hogan by Bettinardi BHB5*SS D.A.S.S 34"
                TaylorMade Rossa TP by Kia Ma Daytona 35"
                Odyssey Teron XG White hot 34"

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                • #9
                  Re: Harrison Shotmaker

                  Originally posted by bbgobie View Post
                  Read through the posts on wrx and all the nunchuck threads including the 90 pager on sitd.

                  Seems both will help reduce sidespin with probably the nunchuck helping more on horrible swings.

                  The advantage it sounds like with the shotmaker is if you get fitted for a good shaft that works well this will work with that. (if it fits)

                  It'd also be of course cheaper to do driver/woods.

                  I have a feeling well fit driver/shaft combo + shotmaker would give you more distance and for the most part just as good dispersion as a nunchuck. But your nunchuck might be a bit better on your worst swings.
                  I have no idea what youre referring to by "Nunchuck". I mean I know thats the name of s shaft out there but not sure how it related to this. I assume there is some sort of similar stability control built into that shaft? please explain since 90 pages on wrx isnt gonna happen for me

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                  • #10
                    Re: Harrison Shotmaker

                    Does anybody locally sells these??
                    To golf, or not to golf? What a stupid question!

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                    • #11
                      Re: Harrison Shotmaker

                      Originally posted by TCBear View Post
                      No objections on the cost, just curious why one wouldn't just get fitted for a proper "tip stiffened" shaft?

                      My Titileist fitting cost me $100+$50 for the "upgraded" Proforce V2 shaft (only because I bought the 910 driver). Net-net, same cost. Unless of course you're buying an exotic shaft. That's a bit of a different story.
                      The Shotmaker is removable and can be used in various shafts.
                      Cobra S2 10.5 - Stock Fuji
                      Cobra Baffler TWS 20 - Aldila NVS
                      Cobra Baffler TWS 23 - Aldila NVS
                      5-PW Mizuno MX23 - DGS300
                      Mizuno MP-R 52.07 - DGS300
                      X-Forged MD 56 - Rifle Spinner 5.5
                      X-Forged MD 60 - Rifle Spinner 5.5
                      Odyssey Black Tour Design #9
                      Titleist ProV1x

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                      • #12
                        Re: Harrison Shotmaker

                        If you want tip stability use a steel shaft

                        I would say rather than waste $150.......use a 43/43.5 inch driver with a lightweight steel shaft that costs $20 - 25 and I am willing to bet that almost 100% of you will achieve much greater accuracy than you do now and that you will with this $150 insert and your $100+ shaft .

                        and I doubt there will be a huge change in distance results, and that some will achieve longer drives
                        "Don't cry because it's over, Smile because it happened "

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                        • #13
                          Re: Harrison Shotmaker

                          Originally posted by par72 View Post
                          I have no idea what youre referring to by "Nunchuck". I mean I know thats the name of s shaft out there but not sure how it related to this. I assume there is some sort of similar stability control built into that shaft? please explain since 90 pages on wrx isnt gonna happen for me
                          Stiff shaft claimed to be unlike any other out there.
                          Results seem to be if you follow the shaft designers recommendation of 43.5" length, D1 swing weight, 205 gr head people are hitting it straighter than ever. Which I presume is what you are after if you are looking at the shot-maker.

                          Both are pretty much the fad of the month in golf.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Harrison Shotmaker

                            Originally posted by bbgobie View Post
                            Stiff shaft claimed to be unlike any other out there.
                            Results seem to be if you follow the shaft designers recommendation of 43.5" length, D1 swing weight, 205 gr head people are hitting it straighter than ever. Which I presume is what you are after if you are looking at the shot-maker.

                            Both are pretty much the fad of the month in golf.
                            mine is 45 inch (from 45.5) and I haven't lost a ball of the driver in 4 rounds now. (was losing 2-3 a round) My misses are not as bad and FIR is up around 70% whereas before it was around 40%.

                            I heard about this after but seems to be relatively the same concept.
                            Driver - Taylormade M1 Kuro Kage stiff 10.5
                            5 wood - X hot stiff
                            3 Hybrid - R15 stiff
                            Irons - 4-AW RSI1 Stiff
                            Wedge - 56 MD tour grind
                            Putter - Scotty Cameron Newport 2/Taylormade OS Daytona

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                            • #15
                              Re: Harrison Shotmaker

                              Originally posted by hammy1983 View Post
                              mine is 45 inch (from 45.5) and I haven't lost a ball of the driver in 4 rounds now. (was losing 2-3 a round) My misses are not as bad and FIR is up around 70% whereas before it was around 40%.

                              I heard about this after but seems to be relatively the same concept.
                              This is something I'd love to see tested in a good fitting. I would love to hit my driver, my driver w/Harrison shotmaker and my head with the Nunchuk.

                              Id say that in theory the shotmaker beats the nunchuk in the fact that you can optimize your shaft for ball flight an distance and then use the shotmaker but they're both interesting concepts.

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