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How legit is jack hamm?

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We all know his products are crap. But does he really hold world records for long drive? Did they really clock his club head speed at 162?
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doubt it. guy is a clown, i heard there was an open invitation for him to compete in the long drive event in mesquite, nv.. I guess the invitation has been publicly there for a few years and he has never once went to it. i'm sure that would tell you something about his abilities.
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Who cares? Just another loud mouth like that Sham-Wow guy
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I'm not looking it up, but I thought Mike Austin held the long drive record. Or is he the guy who drove a par-5 in a Senior Open?
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hah jack hamm doesnt have to prove anything, he can hit over mountains! Pow!
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lol, i just watched a couple of youtube videos featuring jack hamm. f'n ridiculous. POOWWWWW!!!!
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How dare y'all doubt the power of the Hammer POWWWW
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He did (does???) hold the record for 458 yards of CARRY in 1993??? Sounds a bit made up. according to Jack Hamm's press pacakge "he has never been outdriven" (of course neither has my wife - who has never golfed)

The Record long drive is 539 yards by Scott Smith.

Guinness Records has the longest drive in a competition as 515 yards by 64 year old Mike Austin in 1974 of the US National Seniors Open with a 43.5" steel shafted persimmon wood driver and balata ball
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I think the GRUNT POWWWWW!!!! Says it all. His driver is junk!!
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We all know his products are crap. But does he really hold world records for long drive? Did they really clock his club head speed at 162?

He is 100% legit. And his products aren't crap. They are the REAL DEAL.

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I know I hate his "paid programming" on the golf channel.
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Im waiting to see what he'll come up with next. Ive actually been to his website and he has full sets of clubs so Im guessing his irons will be the next thing he tries to sell on tv. And of course, they'll go longer and straighter than you could ever imagine. With the new hammer x driver I think he may have outdone himself with outlandishness. Kinda wondering if those longball golf balls are legal, his company makes those too. Ive seen illegal golf balls on ebay called anger management balls. I almost bought some once to see if they really do go farther but Id like to get more distance the legit way.
POWWWWWWW!!!!
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Jack Hamm learned the secret to golf and long-driving during a visionquest. As a 16 year-old boy, Jack traveled to the darkest reaches of Asia, where he sought truth, purpose, and the answer to one question: how do you hit a golf ball 500 yards. His journey took him to the Himalayas, where he engaged in a death-match with a 200 year old Yeti. After Jack defeated the Yeti with a rear naked choke, the Dali Lama gave him a ring of power, and told him to seek out the Shao Lin monks for training. It is during his time learning the Shao Lin way that Jack got a glimpse of the secret to power. His Master, Wong Drive, teed up a ball and struck a shot 200, maybe 210 with an 9 iron. He told Jack he must focus his qi, or "chi", and breathe through his eyes to focus his power on the ball. Jack, now able to breathe through his eyes and hold that breath for 5 minutes, traveled back to the US to show the world his long-driving skills. He saves us the trip to Asia by making fantastic products like the Hammer driver and Longball golf balls available for purchase. Jack holds numerous long drive records, can reverse dunk an 11 foot basketball goal, run a 4.0 40 yard dash, bench press 450, is fluent in German, Spanish, Zulu, and 5 Chinese dialects, and during the full moon can levitate...
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Jack Hamm learned the secret to golf and long-driving during a visionquest. As a 16 year-old boy, Jack traveled to the darkest reaches of Asia, where he sought truth, purpose, and the answer to one question: how do you hit a golf ball 500 yards. His journey took him to the Himalayas, where he engaged in a death-match with a 200 year old Yeti. After Jack defeated the Yeti with a rear naked choke, the Dali Lama gave him a ring of power, and told him to seek out the Shao Lin monks for training. It is during his time learning the Shao Lin way that Jack got a glimpse of the secret to power. His Master, Wong Drive, teed up a ball and struck a shot 200, maybe 210 with an 9 iron. He told Jack he must focus his qi, or "chi", and breathe through his eyes to focus his power on the ball. Jack, now able to breathe through his eyes and hold that breath for 5 minutes, traveled back to the US to show the world his long-driving skills. He saves us the trip to Asia by making fantastic products like the Hammer driver and Longball golf balls available for purchase. Jack holds numerous long drive records, can reverse dunk an 11 foot basketball goal, run a 4.0 40 yard dash, bench press 450, is fluent in German, Spanish, Zulu, and 5 Chinese dialects, and during the full moon can levitate...

HAHAHA, Wong Drive, that was great! POW!!

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I saw the infomericial yesterday morning for the first time. I find them incredibly enteraining. It's like watching a recycled 80's commercial.
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Jack Hamm learned the secret to golf and long-driving during a visionquest. As a 16 year-old boy, Jack traveled to the darkest reaches of Asia, where he sought truth, purpose, and the answer to one question: how do you hit a golf ball 500 yards. His journey took him to the Himalayas, where he engaged in a death-match with a 200 year old Yeti. After Jack defeated the Yeti with a rear naked choke, the Dali Lama gave him a ring of power, and told him to seek out the Shao Lin monks for training. It is during his time learning the Shao Lin way that Jack got a glimpse of the secret to power. His Master, Wong Drive, teed up a ball and struck a shot 200, maybe 210 with an 9 iron. He told Jack he must focus his qi, or "chi", and breathe through his eyes to focus his power on the ball. Jack, now able to breathe through his eyes and hold that breath for 5 minutes, traveled back to the US to show the world his long-driving skills. He saves us the trip to Asia by making fantastic products like the Hammer driver and Longball golf balls available for purchase. Jack holds numerous long drive records, can reverse dunk an 11 foot basketball goal, run a 4.0 40 yard dash, bench press 450, is fluent in German, Spanish, Zulu, and 5 Chinese dialects, and during the full moon can levitate...

Damb....I new it was some zen voddoo whowiee I could never master!!

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Meh, I'm waiting for the Chuck Norris Driver.
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