ILLEGAL GOLF EQUIPMENT
ILLEGAL GOLF EQUIPMENT THAT IMPROVES YOUR GAME
By Ken Liebeskind
http://www.scientificgolfclubs.com, the site renowned for its scientifically designed golf equipment, steps over the line on occasion and creates illegal golf equipment. USGA regulations on clubs and balls have made a few products illegal.
The Condor SC Weighted Driving Irons are illegal golf equipment because they feature two 4-gram tungsten weights that can be removed to customize your swing. The Rules of Golf forbid adjusting your clubs during a round and these clubs are adjustable -- if you remove the heel weight, it helps you draw shots and eliminates hooks. If you remove the toe weight, it helps you fade shots and eliminates slices.
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These driving irons provide as much distance as drivers or 3-woods with improved accuracy when you customize your swing with the tungsten weights.
The Closer Weighted Putter is also adjustable with over 30 different setting that allow you to customize your putter to your stroke. The Closer features three movable weights and nine placement holes so you can move the weights according to your stroke and the green you're playing. If you tend to pull or push putts you can adjust the weights and you can remove the weights on faster greens to lighten the putter. The Closer is considered illegal golf equipment because of its adjustability, but it's the putter to use to score more pars and birdies than you've ever scored before.
While we're on the subject of illegal golf equipment, we have to mention illegal golf balls. The Condor "S" ball has been called the ball that flies to far because it's slightly smaller than regulation balls with a unique dimple design that makes the ball go farther and gain altitude quicker. This is the ball that was hit 400 yards by a pro who tested it, so if you're looking for a long distance ball that will help you drive short par 4s and putt for eagle, this is the ball for you.