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Last page of http://www.pinggolf.com/pdfs/PINGWrx_Fall2007.pdf
Can't get over the shape of the FT-i (especially at address) or the sound. In fact, I think the only company that has made a half decent looking square driver has been Nickent, http://www.nickentgolf.com/pr_wo_3dxtoursq-driver.shtml Even if I could hit the FT-i better it would still take months before I could get over the fact that I was using something as hideous as that 'thing'...
LOL I was wondering the first thing when I first came across true blades. Basically, involves developing a better swing with fewer moving parts. Working on your balance would really help (as I've discovered helping novices who ended up buying muscle back blades because they looked good).
Still doesn't make any sense though... I used to practice with a single graphite shafted iron at the driving range almost everyday and there wasn't any issues with durability. I'm guessing he either got a bad batch or he has a pretty aggressive, steep swing which led to a gradual degredation of the shaft tip...
Was actually working on something similar with someone I met yesterday. We basically worked on very simple connection/disconnection type drill that I made up on the spot. Problem was that he started off his takeaway with his hands which led to a series of other compensations. We had him grip a club almost halfway down so that the clubhead was basically imbedded in his stomach. We then had him turn his upper torso away in one piece which led to a disconnection when he began...
Make the swing changes now. That way you'll be able to enjoy the fruits of your labour in the warmer months.
I remember a friend who was playing alongside a professional once. The professional was apparently working on swing changes and looked like a mid-high handicapper on the course. Due to his short game though he ended up scoring one over. My friend (a 1 UK handicap) ended up scoring 3 over and was in a complete daze once he heard what the professonal's score was.
In a word, yes. Always good to practice what you do out on the course on the range as well. Helps to ingrain that feeling of what to do prior to the shot which gives you confidence in what you're about to do and also stops you from fatiguing which could have an adverse effect on your practice time/swing.
Ernie Els - primarily for tempo Luke Donald - a very neat, tidy and repeatable swing Tiger Woods - can overpower a course but can also craft his way around a course as well
This doesn't sound right... Were the pulls (a set of shafts that were previously used) or brand new?
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