Anyone that has ever started playing with an "intro" set of irons, or even Grandpa's hand-me-downs, has explored game improvement to some extent. This area of golf technology has increased in popularity over the last several years, with some major leaps forward. With the advantages of increased forgiveness on mis-hits, greater control, distance, and consistency, it is hard not to be sucked in. While game improvement is a major area of focus for mid- to high-handicappers (like me), we are still not a pushover for these promises. To quote Luke Donald, "No matter how rich or powerful you are, you can't buy yourself a good golf game." While Luke Donald does not typify the golfing public, this notion still holds true for us regular folks as well.
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