HIT THE BALL LONGER AND STRAIGHTER WITH THE CONTROLLER IRON!
By Ken Liebeskind
Traditionally, golfers have bought blade style irons, with a thin club head and cavity back or hollowed out irons with a larger sweet spot. But now there is a revolutionary alternative that will enable you to hit shots longer and straighter -- the Controller irons.
From scientificgolfclubs.com, the site renowned for its technologically advanced golf clubs, comes the Controller iron, with the patented bulge & roll design, a slightly rounded hitting surface that allows you to hit the ball straight even if you miss the sweet spot. It's the only iron that automatically corrects hooks and slices.
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The Controller Driving Iron features a larger head, and is coated with a metal that is twice as hard as stainless steel
The Controller irons also feature a larger clubhead that is hollow, combining mass and lightness for increased clubhead speed that boost distance from 10 yards for short iron shots to 20 yards for long irons.
Yes, the Controller iron is the club that will help you hit longer, straighter shots. One golfer reported that he has a very bad slice and with the Controller iron, "I can now hit the ball straight as an arrow 8 out of 10 times. It really blows my mind." Another golfer, who switched to the Controller iron from Callaways, said, "I could not believe how consistent and straight I hit these clubs. They have built in bulge and roll that promotes a straight and high ball flight."
As you can see, golfers have responded positively to the Controller irons, which are available in sets of 3-9 with a pitching wedge and a free sand wedge. You can choose from steel and graphite shafts.
As you know, irons are the most important part of your game, because they are responsible for getting the ball to the green. Finding the right set of irons will solidify your game. So why not step up to the Controller iron, the only iron that hits the ball straighter and with more distance.