If you are like me, you are forever searching for that extra edge to gain that bit of distance. So how far would you go to get that extra edge?
workout more to gain some muscle?
get some lessons to find that magic move?
buy a new driver?
Here's the real question ..... would you buy an "Illegal" COR Driver? One company, KRANK, is known for their clubs that the Long Drive Champions all use. They put out outstanding claims that will give you "20 - 40 more yards." Now before you say, "well that's illegal COR, there are reasons why the USGA puts limits in place on manufacturing." Think about this ... the drivers that are on the market are the same as the drivers that are being used by the Pro's on Tour. They swing the club 125+ mph ... I don't know about you, but I'm getting up there in age & don't quite swing that fast anymore .... so how do you think you're going to get the same performance out of the club that a Pro does?
Well, I took the plunge in search of the extra distance. Now my question is, if you use an illegal COR driver, does that make you an "illegal" golfer. What I mean is, can you post scores? Are your birdies now "fake" birdies? "Haha, you wouldn't have made that par 5 in two if you didn't hit it so far."
I don't play competitively anymore .... I play for fun. If I can hit the ball farther with technology, even if it's illegal, and it helps me get more enjoyment out of the game, then so be it. I don't care what people think.
So what say you MGS? How far would you go? BTW .... did MGS ever do a review of these clubs? I'd like to find out if the claims are true. BTW .... I haven't played a round with it yet but I am hitting bombs in the backyard! LOL