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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Thu Jul 23, 2009 8:53 pm

who8168 wrote:
My friend uses 2 909H ~ a 17* & a 22*. Works very well for him. He practices at Warren range. If anyone wants to try before going out to buy, can PM me to arrange.

I don't wana try.. I wana buy from him 2nd hand. keke. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Thu Jul 23, 2009 11:19 pm

who8168 wrote:
Technospaz wrote:
Is your friend a good golfer? I've had some difficulty tackling a sub-20˚ hybrid but it may have just been the one I tried. I'd like to know if the 17˚ is tough to handle.

My friend has an erratic game, but shoots very well with his hybrids, usually straight and long. He hits the 17* about 200m & 22* around 180m. I've tried his 909H 17* & felt good, though it didn't go as far as my friend. Compared to my TM Burner ('07 model), it felt just a tat harsher, but still better than Callaway and Sonartec hybrids. I also like it b'cos of the compact minimalist head.

Thanks. I took a look at the 909H at Golf House (Marina SC) earlier and it felt nice. I don't know about actual play but I was quite pleased with the feel. I'll scour Far East to see if there's a 2nd hand one available. In the meantime, I'll have to contend with my TM Burner Rescue 08 Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:52 pm

Dude almost every week i go to Far East to find 2nd hand.. always don't have.

I'm thinking of getting from ebay US which will be considerably cheaper. From this thread alone, seems like at least got 3 ppl wanna buy.. can we form a group buy to save on shipping? Rest assured i'll only buy from reputable sellers.. i'm quite an ebay addict so i'll know who to get stuff from Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Fri Jul 24, 2009 7:26 pm

solarpop wrote:
Dude almost every week i go to Far East to find 2nd hand.. always don't have.

I'm thinking of getting from ebay US which will be considerably cheaper. From this thread alone, seems like at least got 3 ppl wanna buy.. can we form a group buy to save on shipping? Rest assured i'll only buy from reputable sellers.. i'm quite an ebay addict so i'll know who to get stuff from Very Happy

Let me know, bro. I'm keen!
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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Fri Jul 24, 2009 8:42 pm

solarpop wrote:
Dude almost every week i go to Far East to find 2nd hand.. always don't have.

I'm thinking of getting from ebay US which will be considerably cheaper. From this thread alone, seems like at least got 3 ppl wanna buy.. can we form a group buy to save on shipping? Rest assured i'll only buy from reputable sellers.. i'm quite an ebay addict so i'll know who to get stuff from Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Sat Jul 25, 2009 11:26 pm

Ok i'm only gonna open this offer to ppl who happen to read this thread, the last thing i want is to start a new thread and having hundreds of ppl asking me to get stuff for them.. confirm cannot handle..

Main objective is to get the Titleist 909 driver/fw/rescue. If you want something else and the seller i'm getting my stuff from happens to carry it too, i'll be more than willing to help you get it at the same time, but no promises.

So for those who are really interested, pls pm me with the following details:

Contact number
Brand/Model
Specifications (loft, stiffness, shaft)
Brand new or 2nd hand
Whether or not having the headcover is important
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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Sat Jul 25, 2009 11:27 pm

andrewlee wrote:
solarpop wrote:
Dude almost every week i go to Far East to find 2nd hand.. always don't have.

I'm thinking of getting from ebay US which will be considerably cheaper. From this thread alone, seems like at least got 3 ppl wanna buy.. can we form a group buy to save on shipping? Rest assured i'll only buy from reputable sellers.. i'm quite an ebay addict so i'll know who to get stuff from Very Happy

GET ME A TM BURNER 07 3H (19deg) CAN????? rabbit

TQ Beri MUCHIE..... Cheers Jump

You looking for new or 2nd hand? I see quite alot of used ones at far east leh..
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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Sat Jul 25, 2009 11:42 pm

andrewlee wrote:
Gray wrote:
The TM Burner 2007 works best for me.

I have a 19* 3 hybrid,
just bgt 2 days back a 25* 5 hybrid

and now still looking for a 22* 4 hybrid....Jap Specs Reg flex (genuine!!!)

anyone with one at REASONABLE PRICE lemme know.....last sale at GN it was $169 brand new.

I'm using a TM 07 burner 4H with Graman 4 shaft and i LOVE it.....

if u want 2 sell 3H, let me know ok bro.... afro

Keke, sorry bro, no way I am selling. That club is a game saver for me thus far.

I am keen on buying from the USA and share shipping with you guys, however, before I do that, I wanna go Far East and creative joe to look first. This is cos if I buy from USA, confirm dont have Jap Spec regular flex shaft.

The shaft will def be USA spec but currently, my jap spec is working best for me.
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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Sun Jul 26, 2009 8:52 am

For a list of Golf Digest's top hybrids for 2009, click here. (Note, I intentionally set the page into print format so that you could see the entire list in one page.)

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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Sun Jul 26, 2009 9:25 am

solarpop wrote:
andrewlee wrote:
solarpop wrote:
Dude almost every week i go to Far East to find 2nd hand.. always don't have.

I'm thinking of getting from ebay US which will be considerably cheaper. From this thread alone, seems like at least got 3 ppl wanna buy.. can we form a group buy to save on shipping? Rest assured i'll only buy from reputable sellers.. i'm quite an ebay addict so i'll know who to get stuff from Very Happy

GET ME A TM BURNER 07 3H (19deg) CAN????? rabbit

TQ Beri MUCHIE..... Cheers Jump

You looking for new or 2nd hand? I see quite alot of used ones at far east leh..

Far East don't have leh bro...

i was there last weekend and looking for my TM07 Burner 3H.

if u found one pls PM or SMS (81611585) i'll head down to grab it.

i ok with new or used as long as the price is right.

thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Sun Jul 26, 2009 9:27 am

Gray wrote:
andrewlee wrote:
Gray wrote:
The TM Burner 2007 works best for me.

I have a 19* 3 hybrid,
just bgt 2 days back a 25* 5 hybrid

and now still looking for a 22* 4 hybrid....Jap Specs Reg flex (genuine!!!)

anyone with one at REASONABLE PRICE lemme know.....last sale at GN it was $169 brand new.

I'm using a TM 07 burner 4H with Graman 4 shaft and i LOVE it.....

if u want 2 sell 3H, let me know ok bro.... afro

Keke, sorry bro, no way I am selling. That club is a game saver for me thus far.

I am keen on buying from the USA and share shipping with you guys, however, before I do that, I wanna go Far East and creative joe to look first. This is cos if I buy from USA, confirm dont have Jap Spec regular flex shaft.

The shaft will def be USA spec but currently, my jap spec is working best for me.

Dont' worry bro, BF have a lot shafts and sure you can find one that you like.

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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Sun Jul 26, 2009 11:05 pm

Anyone else interested in sharing the shipping cost? Most probably making my purchase within the week.
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PostSubject: Re: Choice of Hybrid   Mon Nov 23, 2009 12:56 pm

solarpop wrote:
Anyone else interested in sharing the shipping cost? Most probably making my purchase within the week.

Hey bro, i just gotten my 909 F2 and D2 not too long ago too. Are u sure u will be able to get a good price from overseas. Cos from the US titleist website, it seems that after conversion, its not much of a saving as compared to the price i have gotten my stuffs.

FYI, i gotten them at 350 and 630 respectively. If u wanna know where i got them from, i can pm you. Wink
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