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Golfsmith Clubmaker Online Technical Magazine - April 2008
My Top Four Tool Tips
by: Bill Totten

Editor’s note: We asked Master Clubmaker Bill Totten to share his best advice about the tools he relies on most. Here's his explanation of four tools whose benefits can be dramatic, but that many clubmakers overlook.

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FEATURE
My Top Four Tool Tips
DEPARTMENTS
Tech Talk: Adjustability vs. Interchangeability
Clubmaker Profile: A Passion for Putting Smiles on Faces
Grip Talk: Winn Goes Full Spectrum With the New PCi Grip
Chip Shots: Clubmakers Honor America’s Heroes
Clubmaking Tip: Fitting Putters to Perfection
Clubfitting Tip: Understanding Golfsmith’s Exclusive Shaft/Swing Matching System
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