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Date Posted: 15:47:59 07/14/00 Fri
Author: Don
Subject: Re: Links2000 Clubs, I have them!
In reply to: Chazman 's message, "Links2000 Clubs, I have them!" on 22:23:05 07/13/00 Thu


I beat you to the draw, I've had the Links Solution 2000 clubs for three weeks now. I think I'll keep them.


> I have the new Links 2000 irons that are a complete
> set of irons 3 through sand wedge, based on the
> trouble wood/iron design. These clubs actually look
> more like a wood then an iron and are very handsome,
> and different looking.
> I went out today for nine holes with my wife and the
> following is a report of what I found.
> On the 1st tee I topped my tee shot and it only went
> about 50 yards off the tee, this only left
> me 375 yards to go to get to the green on the 425 yard
> par 4. Instead of hitting my usual 3
> wood, I decided it was time to try out the long irons
> and took a poke with the new 3 iron.
> Wow, it went 200 yards straight as an arrow, something
> that happens about as often with
> me and a 3 iron as me getting an eagle. I then tried
> out the 5 iron from about 170 yards
> out, put that one two feet off the front of the green!
> It is no hype that these type of clubs are as easy to
> hit as a seven wood, they really are,
> and you get a lower ball flight then the wood, but
> higher then an iron.
> On the next hole I put my approach shot with a seven
> iron from 145 yard, one foot off the
> green, I then proceeded to chip up to one foot away
> with the 6 iron, these babies are even
> easier to chip with then any conventional club I have
> ever tried.
> These clubs feel very stable and are truly easy to
> hit, all you have to do is take a nice
> smooth swing like you would with a fairway wood, if
> you try to muscle it and take toupee
> sized divots, you will end up pushing or pulling the
> shot. Every nice easy swing ended up
> long and straight, just the opposite if I tried it
> with the Fat Shafts or any other
> conventional iron I have tried. At impact these clubs
> feel mute, it has a feeling like you
> are hitting an old persimmon wood, not an iron. Those
> who require the "forged" feel and
> all of that rot, need not apply. I could never
> understand this logic anyways, why would
> you want to know if the shot was bad by the way it
> felt, is there someway to change the
> swing results after impact, otherwise who cares??
> The only bad experience I had with this set is the
> Sand Wedge which is vaguely shaped
> like the Alien, I wasn't sure if you opened the face
> up at address like a conventional club,
> or closed it at address like the Alien. I'll have to
> give Edwin Watts a call to see what the
> think about this.
> With this set in my bag, I can remove about three
> fairway woods, the 5, 7, and 9. So far
> these clubs live up to their hype, and then some!
> These clubs are a good ten yards further
> then my Fat Shafts, easier to hit, and easier to chip
> with.
> Chazman

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