THE GOLF DRIVER THAT'S BEEN SCIENTIFICALLY DESIGNED
TO INCREASE DISTANCE
By Ken Liebeskind
How do you create a golf driver that hits the ball farther and straighter than traditional clubs? If you ask an engineer at http://www.scientificgolfclubs.com, the site renowned for scientifically designed clubs, he'll say put moveable weights in the clubhead that can be positioned to alter the flight of the ball and coat the golf driver with an extra hard metal for greater distance.
This golf driver is proven to hit
more accurate, longer drives
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And the Condor Weight SC Driver was born. This golf driver are proven to hit more accurate, longer drives. Three small weights in the club's soleplate can be arranged to alter hooks and slices or make the club fade or draw shots. The weights are a built-in shot control system that increases accuracy. The club also relies on an exclusive coating that is twice as hard as steel and 70 percent harder than titanium that gives drives at least 10 more yards with some increased by up to 30 percent.
The weights make the golf driver more accurate than the most popular drivers, while the coating makes them more powerful.
The club has been tested among a variety of golfers, from an older man who straightened out his slice and added 50 yards to his drives to a 3-handicapper who hit drives so long and straight he asked, "Is this thing for real?"