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Just in time for Christmas, I have developed a new accessory guaranteed to make golfers two clubs longer with all their irons. Basically, it is a set of carbon fiber reinforced stickers, available in chrome or satin finish. What you do is take the PW sticker and attach over the number of your 8 iron, the 9 iron sticker over the number on your 7 iron and so on. Each set contains multiple numbers to replace those that fall off, and also to use on clubs that you hit the same distance. For instance if you hit your 3,4 and 5 irons about 165 yards, you just put a 7 iron sticker on all of them. I am also working on a PRO custom fitted version. With this one for a small upcharge you receive videos of your favorite pro on selected par threes, and review the club they pull for various yardages. Then you go to the range and figure out what club you use for that yardage. Then you select from the package the sticker that matches the iron number the pro used, and attach it to the club you use for that yardage, and presto!, you are hitting the same club as the pro! I will post contact and payment info over in the marketplace section, as I am sure many of you will want this game improvement wonder.
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Will these be available in the uk?

Then he'd have to make a metric set....... :-P

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Will these be available in the uk?

I will be happy to license you for the UK as well as the Continent for a nominal fee per unit :) Also, if you have any contacts in the Asian market, I am sure we can work out a mutually beneficial deal, and let's not forget our cousins down under.

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Then he'd have to make a metric set.......  :-P

Actually, the universal set works equally well for yards or meters, but we do like to consider meters for the PRO custom fitted set, with a small upcharge of course.

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Think ya might struggle with a patent! Taylormade have been doing this for a while now!
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Think ya might struggle with a patent! Taylormade have been doing this for a while now!

Along with a lot of other unindicted co-conspirators!

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Think ya might struggle with a patent! Taylormade have been doing this for a while now!

No, Taylormade only changes their lofts by one club (at least from my Eye 2's to their R11 irons) exactly. However their new Jet Speed irons could be completely different, I don't know.

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