developed by the Department of Defense to pierce enemy armor.
The coating hits with a force twice as hard as steel, 70% harder than titanium.
With that much punch a good golfer could turn some par-4’s into par-3’s.
That’s not what officials had in mind when they set a 460 cc size limit on clubs. Golf officials were trying to restrict distance, and they still are. There is talk of new rules requiring manufacturers to tone down their balls.
Good luck. Manufacturers will always push the envelope, and the maker of this club is no exception. Look what it’s done. First, it chooses a club head that goes right to size limit, then it slips in under the radar with a coating that comes from the tips of torpedoes and armor-piercing shells. Nothing wrong here, unless the club provokes a new rule. And it might. Here’s how it performed when a pro and other golfers tested it.
20-40 yards farther
One golfer hit seven out of eight shots 20 yards farther with the new club. “I wish I hadn’t just spent $400.00 on mine,” he said.
A ten-handicapper, who also plays a $400.00 driver, hit the