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Discussion: Nw Ultra ll Advanced

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Nov. 2, 2006
Men's 50
13 posts
Nw Ultra ll Advanced
looking for info on this new stick, has anyone swung it yet, if yes, what did you think, thanks.

Rick Snodgrass
Conn. Sportsplex 50 Major-Plus
Nov. 4, 2006
5 posts
Rick noticed your email, how did the pics in front of the Gay Mart come out with you and Spank. My hand was broken, just got the cast off. Look forward to seeing you next year.

Jim Muncy
Damons Grill 50 Major-Plus
Nov. 4, 2006
Men's 50
13 posts
Hey Jim,
Sorry to hear about the hand, hope all is well with it now. Pictures turned out really well, I'll have to show them to you next year. By the way, how was the wedding ? Hope all is well with the newlyweds. Talk to you soon.
Nov. 6, 2006
Men's 65
601 posts
When we played at St. George a vendor there had one to hold. I took it and swung it a few times and the question I had about the design of the knob was it felt too small in diameter. My bottom hand wanted to travel over the knob losing leverage on the swing axis.

I asked the vendor if thay had done anything about the longevity concerns but he didn't have an answer. One good thing about that particular knob is that it seemed tamper proof. It looked and felt like the old style U2 except for the knob configuration.

Hope that helps.
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