I had the Austin extended an inch and it didn't really seem to affect the overall feel - at least to me. My understanding, based on what the service guys have told me, is that you have about an inch and a half to play with on the SL shafts so you can extend them/cut them down a little bit without changing the weighting, etc. too much.Another vote for the slimmer Tour SNSRs. I don't know if you can actually extend a SL shaft. They have a weight plug in them that might interfere. Will be easy enough to tell when you take off the old grip though!
I talked myself into a Seattle from CPO. Was able to try out a Chicago, Atlanta and Seattle at a local shop and surprisingly prefered the Seattle even though not my favorite based on looks. Really wanted to be a Chicago guy but apparently I'm not
Shop has a perfect putt mat and I really couldn't make any thing with the Chicago. Seattle was pretty automatic down the line and in the whole up to 9'.
Gets here tomorrow and gets to fight it out my my Spider X Chalk.
My stroke seems to change from day to day Glad I grabbed the Seattle to work in tandem with my Chicago. Chicago always has first go but I've been pretty lethal with the Seattle in league recently and on my perfect practice mat. Can't wait to finally use it outside to see how it goes!Makes sense. Seattle offers toe hang, while standard Chicago is face balanced. I struggled with the Chicago as well in store, and had to go Garage to get it with the plumbers neck to have some toe hang. I wish it was a standard offering.
Chicago with the standard double bend has 16* of toe hang - so not a ton, but a bit.Makes sense. Seattle offers toe hang, while standard Chicago is face balanced. I struggled with the Chicago as well in store, and had to go Garage to get it with the plumbers neck to have some toe hang. I wish it was a standard offering.
34" is $202 and 35" is $179, both listed in like new...You guys are gonna make me check out CPO again and that never ends well...
Been dreaming of adding a Seattle to the bag.
I’d love the option for a standard (Cameron like) milled face through the Garage.I agree here. Part of the Toulon appeal is the Diamond Milled face, and the feel and roll it produces. Not a place for an insert.