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Thanks for the reply, Pharaoh. I don't want to belabor a point, but what does it mean that it was "based" on Byron Nelson's swing? Did Byron Nelson swing in a perfect circle and was he on the exact same plane everytime? Of course not, this is a machine not a person. Even if it did look like a person, it would not swing like one. If I wanted to build a machine to hit golf balls the same every time I would not even look at a human swing because of the inherent...
Am I missing something here, or what? The "Iron Byron" is a machine. I seriously doubt it was based on any one golfer's swing unless that golfer had no legs, no right arm, no torso, etc. I would assume that the name "Byron" was thought about because of Byron Nelson's repetitive swing characteristics, but more likely it was used because the two words rhyme (somewhat). Sounds catchier than "Iron Sam" or "Iron Ben" doesn't it. Does Wilson really think they...
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