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Date Posted: 22:55:28 02/09/10 Tue
Author: Roy Reed (R2)
Subject: Re: Why no negative feedback anywhere on the internet?
In reply to: James 's message, "Re: Why no negative feedback anywhere on the internet?" on 17:41:43 02/09/10 Tue

James: I, too, did a lot of research before I purchased my 1-Irons a few months ago. I ran across a TWGT Forum note sent to me by a local golfer. It was written by Tom Wishon who is a club component supplier "Guru" in Durango, Co. In the forum, someone asked him about "single-length" clubs. The last paragraph is interesting. He states that the main reason anyone talks about the single-length concept is because this would allow each club to swing with exactly the same feel and effort. In that sense, then doing matching of the clubs in a single-length set gives you precisely that. All clubs require the same exact amount of effort to swing, yet you don't have the length increment differences to worry about and you don't have to worry about the distance differences between clubs because they all swing the same! For the record, I have never owned such a great set of clubs; they are easy to hit, consistantly straight and after learning how to play them, it is just a matter of choosing the right club for the distance you need to cover! Hit em straight! R2

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