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https://www.google.la/patents/US20070275791

 

 

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Isn't that what every OEM says about every driver every year?

Logo is very much giving me this vibe...  

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Thanks Kieldog!! 

 

All I can say, if that technology is legit and works as described in the patent, TMAG better rent a space twice as large as normal at the PGA Show.  There was a line almost an hour long a couple years ago to demo the M1, I can imagine what this will. be.

 

I've heard through the grapevine that Callaway's new driver is supposed to "change you game, like nothing before"  But this technology to me is something truly innovative!

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Fire me now- I'm going to say it... That's thinking outside the box.

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No, the cat is way outta the bag at this point. Got a feeling today was the crafted “leak day” and someone said eff it. Then they start trying to intimidate regular Joe's like myself. Doubt MGS will even get a note dropped at this point... but I am going to attempt to find an affordable set of PXG's to swap to. Just for troll factor 5000. I've decided the TM's will be going

aaaaa corporate america I could write a novel - knock on wood I finally have a good job/gig now but had many bad jobs and bad bosses. Worked both private and for public companies people corps are wacked its terrible at the end of the day we all will have to answer to a higher power.

 

 

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Full patent here:

 

https://www.google.la/patents/US20070275791

 

 

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So if I'm understanding this correctly, the patent was filed in 2006.  So in essence the driver has been in development for 11 to 12 years?     I'm wondering if the listed inventor, had just bene waiting for a company with the resources and belief in it to come along and put it in production.   Did he work at another company at the time and it wasn't financially feesable to produce it.

 

All things,I'm curious about.    Maybe I'm naive or a sucker, but reading about this technology if it works is really something I think TM can market and be much more successful than just throwing out distance claims.   A driver with a face angle built for your swing speed, sounds interesting at the very least. 

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:titelist-small: TSi2 Kuro Kage 50g R Flex

:titelist-small: TSi2 16.5 FW with GD AD IZ 6 Shaft

:ping-small:  G410 FW 7 Alta CB R flex 

:ping-small: G410 Hybrid 26 degree Alta CB R Flex

:titelist-small: T100S/T200 Combo 5-7 T100S 8-P T200 TT Black Oynx R Flex

:titelist-small: SM7 54.08 F 58.12 K 

:ping-small: Heppler Tomcast 

:titelist-small: ProV1X Play number 12

 

 

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aaaaa corporate america I could write a novel - knock on wood I finally have a good job/gig now but had many bad jobs and bad bosses. Worked both private and for public companies people corps are wacked its terrible at the end of the day we all will have to answer to a higher power.

 

 

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I worked in Mfg for 45 years (35 in Management) so I know where your coming from.

 

 

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So if I'm understanding this correctly, the patent was filed in 2006. So in essence the driver has been in development for 11 to 12 years? I'm wondering if the listed inventor, had just bene waiting for a company with the resources and belief in it to come along and put it in production. Did he work at another company at the time and it wasn't financially feesable to produce it.

 

All things,I'm curious about. Maybe I'm naive or a sucker, but reading about this technology if it works is really something I think TM can market and be much more successful than just throwing out distance claims. A driver with a face angle built for your swing speed, sounds interesting at the very least.

Sounds interesting but let's see what happens. I've become jaded over the years waiting for the the “next best thing”.

 

 

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Rick

 

 

Left Hand, 

Driver; Titleist TSi2, Kuro Kage 50 gr R2

5 Wood; Cally Steelhead 

5 Hybrid; Cally Steelhead, Hazardous Vista Pro R2

Irons; Ping G710 6-GW, Recoil 460 R2

Putter; Waaay too many to list

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Sounds interesting but let's see what happens. I've become jaded over the years waiting for the the “next best thing”.

 

 

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Very valid point.   I guess I'm the eternal optimist...ha

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:titelist-small: TSi2 Kuro Kage 50g R Flex

:titelist-small: TSi2 16.5 FW with GD AD IZ 6 Shaft

:ping-small:  G410 FW 7 Alta CB R flex 

:ping-small: G410 Hybrid 26 degree Alta CB R Flex

:titelist-small: T100S/T200 Combo 5-7 T100S 8-P T200 TT Black Oynx R Flex

:titelist-small: SM7 54.08 F 58.12 K 

:ping-small: Heppler Tomcast 

:titelist-small: ProV1X Play number 12

 

 

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So if I'm understanding this correctly, the patent was filed in 2006. So in essence the driver has been in development for 11 to 12 years? I'm wondering if the listed inventor, had just bene waiting for a company with the resources and belief in it to come along and put it in production. Did he work at another company at the time and it wasn't financially feesable to produce it.

 

All things,I'm curious about. Maybe I'm naive or a sucker, but reading about this technology if it works is really something I think TM can market and be much more successful than just throwing out distance claims. A driver with a face angle built for your swing speed, sounds interesting at the very least.

Yep, took the concept from an Acushnet filing. Going to be interesting to see how the TM version of the club and fitting comes to life.

 

 

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Driver: :honma: TR20 460, :Fuji: Ventus Black 70X

Fwy: :titelist-small: TS3, 15*, Veylix Rome 888 X

Hybrid: :callaway-small: X2 Hot Pro, 20*, :Fuji: Rombax 8D07HB TM27 X

Irons: :honma:TR20 Tour P 4/5, Tour V 6-10, Dynamic Gold X100

Wedges: Vega VW-06 50*/54*/58*, Dynamic Gold S400

Putter: :seemore-small: Platinum M5 HT Mallet, 36"

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