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  • #16
    Re: Removing weight on 915 fairway wood

    my apologies to the Rulies.
    we have deviated enough from the rules and etiquette thread.
    Things change.

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    • #17
      Re: Removing weight on 915 fairway wood

      Originally posted by bl8d View Post
      I don't make anything up. Smarter guys have done that for me already.
      Any club ,whether driver, Fw wood, hybrid or iron will be more workable if the COG is even slightly more forward.
      MyGolfSpy has done that for you if you care to read up on it.

      https://www.mygolfspy.com/golf-club-...of-gravity-cg/
      and part deux
      https://www.mygolfspy.com/2016-driver-cg-update/
      see i knew you're just making it up lol. on your earlier post, you claim that the weight being forward is 1 or 3 hardware prerequisites for a closed draw bias club... now i guess after you read from your links above that its actually more for workability... lol

      and yes you should apologies for giving wrong info in the wrong section of the board.

      we had our fun... this should be locked up. lol

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      • #18
        Re: Removing weight on 915 fairway wood

        Originally posted by TeeItHi View Post
        see i knew you're just making it up lol. on your earlier post, you claim that the weight being forward is 1 or 3 hardware prerequisites for a closed draw bias club... now i guess after you read from your links above that its actually more for workability... lol

        and yes you should apologies for giving wrong info in the wrong section of the board.

        we had our fun... this should be locked up. lol
        methinks you have a closed mind.
        Things change.

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        Ping i25 3w Accra Tour Z M4
        Ping i25 5w PWR75s
        Ping ISI 3-pw Z-z65
        Clev588 53,57
        Cal i-Trax

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        • #19
          Re: Removing weight on 915 fairway wood

          Originally posted by bl8d View Post
          does the 915f work for you off the T?
          Yes, 915F work for me off the tee much better. my 913 is a 17 degrees(4 wood) with much smaller head, and for some reason I have feel more confident hitting with smaller head.. faulty operator is likely the reason though.

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          • #20
            Re: Removing weight on 915 fairway wood

            Originally posted by Tintin View Post
            I don't know if it would make a diference but you could remove it and weight it.
            You could also use lead tape in the back while the screw is out and see what gives

            Possibly if it's heavy you could use a lighter screw sold by Titleist or Golfworks:
            http://www.golfworks.ca/the-golfwork...ghts/p/BB9085/
            Good stuff. thanks for this. i was ready to sell the club this spring.
            i will try it out and see if it will work.
            cheers,

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