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Comment from: Tom Hicks [Visitor]
Technology OK, but simpilification better.

Until they were solen, about five years ago, my 30 year old Power Bilt irons, 10 year old Taylormade Tour Spoon and PB driver were just fine with me. After theft got Wilson Firestick irons,Big Berth Hawkeye driver and went on. Recently got Taylormade driver and it seems more forgiving. Still, I think the answer for most players is to use fewer clubs and use them better. I've got a book about ready to publich which describes how you can break 90 just by working on five shots - and proves it with illustrated virtual game played over decently tough course. I never had a full set of clubs until I was in my 20's ( a long time ago), and broke 80. My dad never had more than eight, and shot in the 80's. Tom
2005-05-13 @ 12:04
Comment from: home stereo [Visitor]
Please send an pm with some more information
2010-12-03 @ 04:41

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