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Slice Proof Driver, yeah right!

SilverBullet

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Oct 11, 2005
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From The Article:
The theory is the weights "move the club's center of gravity away from the face and toward the heel to provide a higher launch angle and a substantial slice-correcting effect," according to the company.



At the very least, I will hit the ball solid when I hit it off the heel, as I often do.
 

bdcrowe

ST Homeland Security
Aug 30, 2004
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The problem with these clubs is that they do not "cure" your slice as much as change the results of a slicing swing. If you hit a slight draw with a highly offset, draw-weighted club, you will be hitting BIGGER slices with the rest of your clubs. Then where are you, as you MAY use a driver 14 times a round and have to rely on that BIGGER slice the majority of the time.
 

Esher

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Jun 25, 2005
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bdcrowe said:
The problem with these clubs is that they do not "cure" your slice as much as change the results of a slicing swing. If you hit a slight draw with a highly offset, draw-weighted club, you will be hitting BIGGER slices with the rest of your clubs. Then where are you, as you MAY use a driver 14 times a round and have to rely on that BIGGER slice the majority of the time.

I have tried to make that same arguement regarding drivers with a lot of offset. I usually get replies from people that say I'm making too big of a deal about it. My premise is that a golfer should at least have the desire to learn to hit their clubs correctly.
 

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