Monday, September 13, 2010

RE: tour striker steel shaft

Darren, thanks for the great note. I’m sorry the shaft is starting to warp on you. I haven’t bent mine and I use it rather frequently. The shaft dimensions are .370 parallel tip and a DG S-300 would work great.


Take care and I appreciate your support!




From: Darren

Sent: Monday, September 13, 2010 11:08 AM
To: Martin Chuck
Subject: tour striker steel shaft


Mr. Chuck,


first off, i want to share that i'm playing the best golf of my life now that i'm using the tour striker (i have the wedge and pro 7 iron).  i have received many comments about how my game has improved.  i especially like how my iron shots are more stable in the wind.   in the last few rounds, i've shot a 76, 79, 80 and 83.  the interesting thing about the 80 and 83 is that they were at the Ko'olau Golf course on O'ahu, Hawai'i, which is supposedly one of (if not the hardest) hardest courses in the U.S..  the slope there is over 150.  it is said that a person will lose at least as many balls as their handicap, and for both rounds, i lost a total of only 3 balls. 


i use the tour striker each time i go to the range, and i use to warm up before a round, even when i can't actually hit balls!  it is also quite a conversation piece - each time i use it, someone inevitably asks me about it and requests to try it.  i think i must've gotten at least 5 people so far to say that they were going to buy it.


my question is:  i've noticed that my 7 iron shaft is starting to bend, probably due to the constant downward hits.   i bent it back as best i could, but in hindsight i probably should have taken it to a golf repair shop.  would it be okay to have the tour striker reshafted, if necessary?  i was thinking of putting a dynamic gold in (stiff), since that it was is in my irons already.











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