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I bought a Zolex last month from a guy in Times Square. Only cost me $50.00 bucks.

WOW!!! POWWW!!!!
I was actually thinking about buying one of these so I could pow an additional 100 on my drive. Sure glad I ran across this post before I did

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LOL!!

I played in a match last week that was hitting the hammer...

I looked down at it and asked him if it was the "hammer" and he Proudly said, YES! I almost laughed in his face...

Does anyone remember the viper bite wedge? Carbite technology...the infomercial would show guys spinning it off greens...lol

I git sucked into one..lol

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illegal as hell. as is the the putter they promote. I love the infomercial. The guy hits it a mile ,but it's a 150 yrd hook.
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Is it me, or is it just AWESOME to hear that jet sound when he hits that huge hook!! PPPOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!


Picks up speed all by it's self on the down swing.

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One of the testimonials during the infomercial says something to the effect "he hit that ball so far that all I know is that it didn't land on any flat green surface on the course"? WTF kind of positive is that!!! It will really change your score ----- for the worse.
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its a joke. I was on the range at the golf course i worked at, and i was hitting my G5. I usually put it out there around 275 consistently. Well, i was just leaving, and this guy goes, hey i just bought this driver, would you want to hit it for me. He said that he couldnt hit it worth a crap. So i said sure. Now a quick story. I was on the #2 tee box when i broke the shaft by the club head in my ping. When i hit the ball, it felt good, then the club got super heavy then super light, and thats when i see my club head going down the fairway. Now back to hammer time. So I address the ball, and take a good swing at it, and i had that same exact feeling when i broke my driver, but i looked and the club head was still there. I hit about a 125 duck hook. Gave the driver back to the guy and said you coulndt pay me to use this thing, and he said thats what he though. I felt bad for the guy getting sucked into that though, but that club is a pos.
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