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Comment from: Darrell Klassen, Ph.D., PGA Member [Visitor]
Thanks for telling the truth about the golf club industry. They are all the same. I've been saying it for twenty years. In my book, "Golf's An Easy Game", I also tell how rediculous it is to need an instructor. I have students travel from around the globe to have me teach them how to, very easily, teach themselves. They do it quite successfully, too.
2004-11-08 @ 12:07
Comment from: Julie Brown [Visitor]
agree most manufacturers offer very forgiving clubheads. It is a matter of the looks you prefer cosmetically. The real focus for golfers should be on the SHAFT! This is the engine of the club, the most important component. If the shaft does not fit your personal swing you will compensate in the swing with wrong moves. When you try to adjust your swing to a shaft that does not fit your swing ball flight will be very INconsistent. We fine tune the shaft to fit your swing. Now you will have the ease of a swing and shot pattern that is consistent. A shaft that fits your swing creates results that give you optimum ball flight. Make the game more fun, lower your scores! Julie Brown LPGA & PGA Teaching Professional
2004-11-08 @ 16:07
Comment from: John Slater [Visitor]
I know your colleague Tim will disagree, but there is a much more effective way to spend $1500: lessons. Heck, $200 on ebay and 6 lessons at $50 a pop will get you way farther than $1000 of "decent" clubs.
2004-11-09 @ 16:54
Comment from: Glenn Stewart [Visitor]
There are only so many things that can be done with a clubhead, and most have already been done. Because of current limitations placed on the performance of the ball and driver faces by the USGA, style and panache will start to supercede function with high index golfers. Now if someone can just convince all of them to "miss it quick", the game will improve for everyone.
2004-11-09 @ 17:56

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