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Comment from: Jon [Visitor]
OK, the final post about "movable weight" (screws in my book, lol), and I am done with my ranting of Taylormade Company. I am moving on. I think The movable weight technology has a real potential. I understand that OS2 irons use this technology, and OS2 irons are so easy to hit. It is unbelievable. My beef was not with the technology, but I thought Taylormade company should give a consumer like me the option of using drivers with the tech and/or without. That is all. I never questioned the technology itself, but the fact that the Taylormade seemed to give up on the traditional drivers. So, I am good with the Taylormade company, lol.
05/13/06 @ 06:43
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