- Oct 16, 2008
- Reaction score
- Kansas City, Kansas
- In Flux
+1. I was worried about not keeping up with him but we did ok I think. Day 2 which was normal speed seemed slow compared to Day 1tcalloway1 said:really?
not much, how you doin?
-1. i wasn't there for day 2, dammit!+1. I was worried about not keeping up with him but we did ok I think. Day 2 which was normal speed seemed slow compared to Day 1
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sorry man, it seems as though it's always the same culprits.Ok guys, my clinically insane approach to golf and how fast it should be played aside. Lets get this one back to the SuperTri. Thanks.
No worries. None at all. I do play a little "quick". Maybe it will even be faster now that I am 10 yards further...hehesorry man, it seems as though it's always the same culprits.
good luck with the new stick, you shouldn't have any trouble taking advantage of that extra distance off the tee.
I might be mistaken, but I thought you recently switched to the 909D2 from Titleist?My driver is five years old and am thinking of getting a new one. However, I don't have access to a launch monitor or the ability to swap out shafts. In that case, how do you pick a driver?
It is just your typical bolt click that you hear a lot with wrenches. You get used to it, and I have never seen one break or have a problem. I changed my shaft out for testing hundreds of times and moved the face for people close to a thousand times over the last 18 months. Not a single problem ever came up which is nice.I had just happened to order a SuperTri last night, prior to this review. I have always told my golf buddy that I believe that TM had the best sounding drivers in golf. I was concerned that the adjustability would offer too much confusion to the mix. I viewed a video on the TM website that demoed how easy it was to use the FCT. My guess is that I would probably set it 1 or 2 degrees open or square, and there won't be a whole lot of tinkering. On the video, you tighten the screw that holds the shaft until you get "a click". The "click" sounded like something was breaking. Glad to know that a sleeve can be purchased from TM or elsewhere so you can easily change the shaft if needed.