So I decide on the spur of the moment to buy a new driver. I
mean, I was there, it looked nice, so I went for it. Remembering the trouble I
had near the end of the season last year with my old driver, and even though it
worked fine later on (go figure?had to be the swing not the club right?) I
thought why not give it a try.
It?s a BUTLER T-700. Now Butler golf it seems has been
around for a while (I discovered this after a little research) and is likened
by golf columnists to be akin to Ping and Taylor Made. In fact, this particular
driver is the Butler version of the Taylor made R-7. If you don?t know what
that is, its all the rage these days. It?s a club where you have several brass
screws that you can move around on the back of the club head to create a draw,
hook, fade, slice, high or low trajectory shot by where these screws are placed
in the head.
I don?t know if this will actually work, but the reports are
that this is a great technology that can improve your game. We?ll see I guess! It?ll
be a month or so until I get to use it, so stay tuned for further developments!
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