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Comment from: jon [Visitor]
Cute. I love "the editor's note."

So, Ping hasn't paid any advertising fees and this column should not be construed as an advertisement?

01/02/06 @ 00:03
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
nope, nothing in the way of cash or merchandise from John Solheim or the spirit of Karsten. Actually, DeLaCruz has a new hybrid out, that people might want to check out.
01/02/06 @ 14:14
Comment from: Jon [Visitor]
Sorry, can't help you on the hybrid. I also tried a hybrid long while back but didn't switch. I found it a bother. Couldn't get the distance.

I love talking about clubs and club making, but right now I am preoccupied with drivers. A theme that repeats itself all too frequently. I am getting sick of buying new drivers. I would like to wait it out till Titleist 460cc proto type driver becomes the standard model and just stick with it. I figure volume and corr would be at the legal max by then.
01/03/06 @ 22:49

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