First of all, I realize it may not be a super popular fact that this is my initial post on this forum. With that said, I would like to say I have enjoyed checking out the articles, reviews, etc. on the site since seeing you guys on Twitter a few weeks back. I am finally getting around to posting, so I'll get to it.
Although I am unsure of my actual handicap (I have been reluctant to have it tracked and posted at my home club), I believe that it would honestly be in the 20+ range.
I think my picture should show that I definitely embody the spirit of Cobra-PUMA golf. I may not be the best player obviously by my handicap, but I definitely try to look and feel my best in my Cobra-PUMA gear. I probably should've invested in clubs and lessons rather than all the clothing and accessories that I have. Haha. And it's not painfully obvious what my favorite color is or where I went to college, is it?
As you might be able to tell in the photo, I am currently using some old school N1 Nicklaus irons that I received from my father over ten years ago when I began playing the game. I have no doubt whatsoever that I would see a huge difference with testing these clubs, and would report back above and beyond any and all info needed. I may not be able to tell you exactly how â€œthe new AMP Cell Technology uses biomimicry to create a cellular structure within the iron to move weight with almost neurotic accuracyâ€, but I would do my best. I would also hope that â€œthese irons would be enough to leave my long time golfing buddies in a state of neurosis as they are not going to know what is going on when they see the improvements in my game.â€
Thanks for your consideration.
P.S Hopefully my nose isn't too brown for including the towel I got while playing a round at The Crossings at Carlsbad during a trip to the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines.