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New Elc Driver

Posted on the 09 June 2011 by Golfrefugees
Golf Refugees have noticed that many golf sites offer their readers product reviews. Unlike other so called ‘independent’ sites, we do not have a cosy relationship with the big brands and would happily say if their latest product was a load of junk.
Our testers have been busy testing, indoors and out, with the latest ‘ELC’ driver. It completely ignores the latest ‘white’ colour trend and goes instead for a calming pastel blue. We feel this could be of benefit to nervous golfers and those wishing for a lighter grip. It certainty made our testers feel super-relaxed. Through thorough investigative research we found it is also available in green.

What about the science bit? Well it’s made from a ‘forged’ composite material which combines high strength fibres embedded in a thermoplastic matrix. Apparently Dyson use a similar material for their fabulous bladeless fan.

We found it to be a very forgiving club, but were puzzled by a slighter shorter shaft length. Head of development Dominic McAndrew said “they wanted to avoid ‘shafting’ the public by simply using a longer shaft to gain extra distance”.

In a group test, our players thought the ELC driver outperformed the latest offerings from Taylor Made, Callaway and Nike.

But don’t take our word; go to one of the many demonstration days at your local Fisher Price store.


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