SQUARE HEAD DRIVER
A SQUARE HEAD DRIVER THAT COMBINES HIGHER ACCURACY WITH LONGER DISTANCE!
By Ken Liebeskind
NGC Sports, the Connecticut company renowned for its scientifically designed golf clubs, didn't just jump on the bandwagon with its square head driver. The Condor 460 SQ Driver takes the square driver concept further by combining the improved accuracy of the square head design with a power boost that comes from its armor-piercing coating with a top-secret metal that is 70 percent harder than titanium.
This is revolutionary golf technology that promises you drives that aren't just more accurate, but longer, too -- and you can't ask for anything more than that.
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Square head drivers are the rage these days, with Nike and Callaway offering versions that have become very popular, with K.J. Choi using one to win the Chrysler Championship. Square head drivers straighten out shots by increasing the Moment of Inertia, the club head's resistance to twisting when the ball is struck. By relocating the weight away from the club head's center of gravity, the square head keeps the club square to the ball at impact. The result is straighter drives, even when they're mishit by amateur golfers.
The Condor 460 SQ Driver demonstrated its square head technology by increasing accuracy 27 percent, when 16 golfers tested it against their own drivers. That's one good reason to try the Condor 460 SQ Driver. The other is that you'll also hit drives at least 7 percent farther because of the armor piercing coating made from a metal once used by the military that is 70 percent harder than titanium.
Like square head drivers, club heads made from titanium were a recent innovation, but now a metal 70 harder than titanium is being used, which puts the Condor 460 SQ Driver at the head of the pack.