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Have or has anyone played The "Hammer" Driver from the infomercial on the golf channel? If so how did you like it, and dit it feel nice at impact? Because I want 50 yards added to my drives! POWW!
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note on their website .. they guarantee "20 yards faster" ... a faster 20 yards? sure hit the ball .01mph harder and its a faster 20 yards i guess.
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Only $100 bucks and, if you call in the next thirty minutes, they'll throw in a free 3 wood! Geez, I can't believe Titleist, Callaway, Taylor Made, Cleveland, etc... didn't think of this first.

Is there any indication on the website whether that sucker is USGA conforming?
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It's not.
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Originally Posted by wengerlaw View Post
Only $100 bucks and, if you call in the next thirty minutes, they'll throw in a free 3 wood! Geez, I can't believe Titleist, Callaway, Taylor Made, Cleveland, etc... didn't think of this first.

Is there any indication on the website whether that sucker is USGA conforming?
I couldn't find it here: http://www.usga.org/equipment/confor...ClubList_P.pdf but it's always possible I dozed off after browsing through a few pages. There are a lot of drivers listed that are conforming.

It would be interesting to know what brand of shaft they have on the driver & 3-wood if they'll give you both for $100.

When you refer to "that sucker" are you referring to the driver or the poor schmuck who sends in his $100??
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I went to that website and it almost made me wanna vomit, those are some fugly clubs!

And they are 100% non-conforming
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Me and my friends always have fun with this on the range/golf course.

When someone pops off a good drive, right away you get

WHAMMMMMMMY!! POWWWWWW THE HAMMER!
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Originally Posted by Q.Q.Quillume View Post
It would be interesting to know what brand of shaft they have on the driver & 3-wood if they'll give you both for $100.
The infomercial says that the Hammer has an "amazing" state of the art shaft that automatically adjusts to all players' swing speeds! Wow!!!! I might buy this club just so that I can replace the shaft in my Cleveland Launcher.
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So I think they say that this guy is a world champion long driver or whatever...

Don't they have to use conforming clubs in the long drive contests??
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Originally Posted by elivate View Post
So I think they say that this guy is a world champion long driver or whatever...

Don't they have to use conforming clubs in the long drive contests??
I think it's a relatively recent change, but yes they do. I believe pretty much everything in those competitions has to be conforming now.
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Originally Posted by elivate View Post
So I think they say that this guy is a world champion long driver or whatever...

Don't they have to use conforming clubs in the long drive contests??
I don't think Hamm is claiming this is the club he used in long drive competitions. He's just saying he is an "expert" on the constrution of drivers because he happens to be able to hit one a long way. That's like saying Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is an expert on mechanical engineering and aerodynamics because he can drive a car real fast.
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Hammer eh...... $100 for this , Go to home depot and picked one up for less than $15 ofcourse the shaft is wood, the fancy platic ones is $20 . Have you guys seen that new club/putter Jack Hamm put out on the market called the "Zero Latitude Putter" It does look like a hammer...so Ugly and most probablly does not conform to USGA or the geneva convention. lol
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Yes I purchased the Hammer and was quite satisfied with it.... However, the driver head has become loose on the shaft and just spins around it. When I contacted customer service thay said they could not find me in their database and asked if I purchased the warranty.....(couldn't remeber if I did or Not) Needless to say I am not too happy with their customer service. I my opinion the looseness is a manufaturing defect and they should at least fix it.... I will wind up apoxing the head to the shaft in order to use the driver again......
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Because I want 50 yards added to my drives! POWW![/QUOTE]

hit the weight room and same your money
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I generally regard anyone who avidly uses anything that is "as seen on tv" with a scoff. It's probably because my in laws love that crap.
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Powwwwwwwwwwww
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And what in the heck is "zolex"?

The website says, "The Hammer Driver is the only driver that uses Zolex, a 21st century material that is lighter than titanium."

But "zolex" ain't in none uv dem dagnab online dictionaries!

I have a feeling "zolex" is a figment . . . of somebody's imagination.
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Originally Posted by Q.Q.Quillume View Post
And what in the heck is "zolex"?
I bought a Zolex last month from a guy in Times Square. Only cost me $50.00 bucks.
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