|Small golf company’s new driver straightens
out shots, adds distance, wins contest.
Built-in shot-control system
doubles accuracy, adds ten yards.
Moveable weights could be problem in U. S.
Twice as accurate
Golfers often change shafts and grips to better match
a club to their swing, but they have never been able to
vary the clubhead. That’s too bad, because their shots
would improve immensely, if they could.
The evidence comes from a test done by an independent
firm on a driver developed by a small golf
company in Connecticut. The new driver has moveable
weights in its soleplate. Sixteen golfers of various
handicaps were asked to position the weights in a way
that would offset their biggest problem, and compare
their shots with their own driver’s.
On average, the new driver kept their tee shots twice as close to a centerline, and went ten yards farther
than tee shots with their own drivers. Their own drivers included ten of the best in golf.
U. S. contest shows driver hits farther and
straighter than ten of the best in golf.
“We have exclusive use of a coating used in the aerospace
industry that is twice as hard as steel and 70%
harder than titanium. We fused it on the driver’s hitting
surface. No other club
Some of the results were dramatic. One golfer, an older man, straightened out his slice and went from 130-yard drives to 185-yard drives.
Another arranged the weights to compensate
for his inside/out swing and went from
40 yards off the centerline with his regular
club to 10 yards off with the new one. His
regular club is a $500.00 titanium driver.
A 3-handicapper hit drives that were so
long and straight he stared at the club as if
it were an alien
wallops a ball harder than this
one. On average, it’s giving these guys ten more yards,
but it’s helping some get 20% to 30% more.
“It’s a double whammy. The weights make
the club twice as accurate as ten of the best
drivers in the game, and the aerospace coating
makes it hit ten or more yards farther. We are
so confident in the club’s ability we guarantee
an average golfer will cut at least five stokes,
or he may return it for a prompt refund.
being. He finally asked the
test supervisor “Is this thing for real?”
The Director of Research for the company that developed
the club explained the results to me this way.
“The magic behind the driver’s accuracy comes
from controlling its Moment of Inertia, the force that
rotates the clubhead in the downswing. To do that, we
put three small weights in the club’s soleplate. If you
tend to slice, you arrange them one way; if you tend to
hook, you arrange them another way; if you tend to top
the ball, you arrange them another way. You can even
make the club fade or draw shots.
“It’s the ultimate customization and it’s beautiful to
watch it work. Look at the faces on these guys. They
can’t believe it! One guy wanted to buy two of the clubs ‘right here and now,’ one for himself and one for his
I asked about distance.
“Hitting a shot straighter automatically gives a
golfer more distance, but there’s another reason this
one hits longer.
“The weights are quick to adjust and the
instructions for maneuvering them are so
simple they fit on the shaft.”
Ten more yards
There’s a triple whammy here. Most oversize drivers like
this one (it’s 410 cc’s) start at $300.00 and run to $500.00
or more. This one’s price is far more reasonable.
Comes with free head cover
NEW CONDOR® SC DRIVER 410 cc
Condor® SC Driver graphite shaft . . . . . . . . . . . $129.00
Condor® SC TurboTip graphite shaft . . . . . . . . $149.00
Condor® SC 3-Wood graphite shaft . . . . . . . . . . $119.00
Condor® SC 3-Wood TurboTip graphite shaft . $129.00
Both clubs graphite shafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $199.00
Both clubs TurboTip graphite shafts . . . . . . . . . $229.00
TurboTip has a big-butt grip for better control and extra weight in the
tip for faster clubhead speed. Right or left-handed, regular or stiff flex,
men’s or women’s. TurboTip N. A. in women’s.