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Date Posted: 04:19:54 05/11/12 Fri
Author: Ron Davis
Subject: Re: Swing Question
In reply to: Mort 's message, "Swing Question" on 05:51:09 05/10/12 Thu

Mort, I guarantee the Nova's can improve your accuracy. First of all because you play fairway woods, you already have the correct swing for the Nova irons. Secondly, irons are inherently more accurate than woods. Fairway woods, in fact all wood clubs even hybrids have a "rolled" club face which can cause the golf ball to stray off center if not hit in the "sweet" spot. The Nova iron design allows you to achieve your desired distance, along with pin-point accuracy. Now you can aim at pins, instead of greens!

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[> [> Re: Swing Question -- Ray Greenberg (curious about SL), 09:17:13 05/17/12 Thu [1]

I am 69 and until 6 years ago I had played golf for 50 years, and am getting back into it. I stopped because golf became a chore, and not fun. My effective handicap went from a 14 to a 26, and I was embarrassed.

Although I bought the best and most modern clubs available, my most successful set makeup included Callaway 3-11 warbird woods.

Because I want to get back into golf, I came upon SL irons, and then I fell into the Nova site. SL clubs seem rational to me as a recreational golfer. Every new concept is promoted to simplify the game for the recreational golfer.

I believe that I should buy Nova hybrids, but in what flex? I have been through club fitting before.

Should I combine those irons with the 1Iron 3 and 5 woods?

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[> [> [> Re: Swing Question -- Ron Davis, 14:58:17 05/17/12 Thu [1]

Ray, because the Nova Irons incorporate a sweeping style of swing, the flex is not essential to the performance of the irons. The Nova's are a balanced set and therefore every club is exactly the same. You could easily combine the 1Iron 3 & 5 fairway woods because you would be using the same swing plane for the irons and the woods.

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