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Date Posted: 18:15:14 06/14/00 Wed
Author: Peter
Subject: Re: The 'wood' look
In reply to: Chazman 's message, "Re: Wow!" on 17:37:01 06/14/00 Wed

When I started golf I couldn't hit a wood. I got to the point where 2 & 3 irons were my preferred choice for teeing off. Then for a while I had problems with irons (hitting fat) and woods were better. I was looking seriously at putting in a 5 and 7 wood. Then I fixed that problem.

I think there is a signifacant group on either side of the wood/iron psychological barrier and these are for those on the wood side. The PRGR 200i is for those on the iron side. The Taylor Rescue Club is for those that can't decide:-)

Not quite as 'funky' looking as the Samurai clubs in my aesthetic.


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