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That's what I tried to say but it didn't quite do that it appears. I do see the benefits of supporting the small business compared to the huge companies but at the same time my performance on the course is important. I think I'm going to get fit for a driver as that seems the best way to go now. 

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Getting fully fit is, in my opinion, the only way you're going to get "20 more yards" out of a driver...and you can get it out of just about any driver..if you're willing to pay for the fitting and a new driver.  To me, that's huge money!  If a new fully fit driver costs me, let's say, $550 and a good used driver that fits me reasonably costs me, say $250....that's 300 bucks for 20 more yards.  

There's no way I would buy a brand new driver at full price . . but there is definitely no freaking way I would pay brand new driver money without paying a little bit more to get it fully fitted.  

What's interesting about the Bombtech, though, is that it's on sale for $197.  If I was in the market for a driver - I'd be tempted to pull the trigger at that price.  They are cool looking, imo.

https://www.bombtechgolf.com/grenade-golf-driver-on-sale/     

  

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On 1/10/2017 at 3:54 PM, bm85 said:

My suggestion is to avoid them. The wedges were total crap in terms of feel, and material quality.

If you play once or twice a year with buddies goofing off, have at it. If you're a golfer...no way man.

I've been playing their wedges for over a year now, I switched to them from Calloway wedges, in my opinion they are better, and I can spin them much easier than I can Calloway. Total crap is a bit strong, are they the best as in vokey or something along those lines? No, but they are also not 100+ per club either, they are $100 for 3 wedges that is hard to beat.

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2 hours ago, Slowcelica said:

I've been playing their wedges for over a year now, I switched to them from Calloway wedges, in my opinion they are better, and I can spin them much easier than I can Calloway. Total crap is a bit strong, are they the best as in vokey or something along those lines? No, but they are also not 100+ per club either, they are $100 for 3 wedges that is hard to beat.

I agree that was a bit harsh on my part. No offense intended.

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