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Date Posted: 18:31:53 07/19/15 Sun
Author: Tristan Starbird (BIRD)

Sunday, June 14th at Country View Golf Course in Brooks, ME I hit my first "HOLE IN ONE" 125 Yard/Par 3. I hit the NOVA 9i and watched the slight draw hit the turf and role right to left in the cup! I have been playing the NOVA's on and off for 2 years. I like them when I am hitting them sweet and I hate them when I am swinging too quick! I need stuff shafts in the Driver and Metals and get the floppy swing feeling at times with the NOVAs. I have had the option to buy new irons in the last 6 months and have done all the testing and research to exhaustion. However, given my experience with the NOVAs over the last two years I cannot bring myself to switch. They provide effortless distance, and they are easy on my back. I can get out of any lie. My struggle has been to adjust to the pitching and chipping around the green. I have been a VOKEY wedge player for 12 years and am used to a high flop or a tight spinner. The bump and run is an art I have not been able to master.
My overall review of the NOVAs is they are worth a shot if you are willing to go "all in" and commit to them. I have noticed in the past 2 months(after playing with them for nearly 2 years) that I am playing my best and committed to the clubs. The swing is free (er) the distance is effortless, and the target is beginning to look and play bigger and bigger as my confidence rises.
I am the most skeptical and learned of the golf club market these days and I am sold on the NOVA (1iron) way. Same degree gaps, same lengths, equals more consistent ball striking. There is no substitute for putting the "work" in but having the NOVAs I can hang in there every round even if I have had a long lay off for whatever reason.

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