Just saw that Tiger fired Foley. Wow! Cleaning house, I see...
I'm going to purchase TM Speedblades from a friend. He got them cheap as part of some promotional deal and he wants to dump them. I hit them this weekend at Golfsmith and like them. I've been playing "player's" muscle backs for a while, and want to give clubs that are designed for a mid-handicap a try. I guess I've never understood why game improvement clubs are considered to have less workability. If you apply the laws of physics in your golf swing properly, why would it matter? What do muscle backs have that game improvements don't? The best shot of my life was hit with a clunky game improvement iron - a 35 yard hook around a tree from deep rough to a 150 yard pin that I hit to the fringe. Would I have put it on the green with a pro iron?
Side note: I just wrote a long review of the Speed Blades that took me over an hour. When I tried to post it, the TST gave me an error message and my review doesn't seem to be saved in a draft. GRRRRRR!!!!!
Can it be recovered? Thanks