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Saturday, August 27, 2005

Here we go again-blog try out

see the text-if it appears!

Here we go again – new trial – this time to send this via the direct to blogspot – from Msoft word.

If it works – great, if not then I am afraid that Google and Microsoft are getting together to fiddle us! More details (if it works and this appears on the blogspot concerned) can be had by passing a “comment”.  Here is a photo to be going on with!!et BONNE APPETIT!

1 comment:

Eric Stone said...

Custom Golf Drivers
No matter which types of golf drivers one is using, be that 300 Yards drivers or any other type, they must necessarily be Custom Drivers or nothing at all. Preferably, golf drivers should be custom fit for a better swing. Buying golf drivers that are not custom fit is the same thing as buying an expensive pair of trousers or shoes without first trying them on. One would not do something like that! More and more golfers are realizing the need for drivers that are tailor-made to fit their necessities. A legal driver size as limited by the USGA is 460 cc. One can easily stay within the legal driver size and have a great game of golf too!



Titanium golf drivers
Golf has come a long way since the days when golf clubs were made out of hickory wood and even a distance of 300 meters were considered a great swing. Things have changed since then, and there's a new feat everyday. Today, for that absolute shot, Titanium Golf Drivers are used these days. The titanium adds greatly to the power and swing speed of the golfer, and helps him to hit the ball higher, longer and straighter. In some golf drivers, only the face is made of titanium; however, there are quality drivers available where heel to toe, crown to soleplate, hosel to bore is made of titanium. http://www.300yards.com


Golf Graphite Shafts
Graphite Shafts are considered the ultimate tee weapon to enable a good game of golf. However, there are points to be kept in mind while selecting the right graphite shafts, as they are all different. They are:
Torque: It is the measure of lateral twisting a graphite shaft experiences when placed under playing conditions. For the player, the lower the torque value, the better for the player. The graphite shaft torque value ranges anywhere from 1.8 to 7.2.
Weight: This refers to the shaft's weight in grams. For that power and swing, shafts should not be too light or too heavy. It should be custom made for the optimum weight.
Flex: It is the measurement of the amount a shaft will bend under stress. The more flexible the shaft the easier it would be for the player to swing the ball.
Kick Point: It is the point in the shaft where the majority of shaft flex is experienced. Kick point affects the flight of the ball more than anything else.
So, while buying graphite shafts, the above pointers are absolutely necessary to knock the ball best!