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Condor Controller Fairway Driving Drivers Review

Condor Controller Fairway Driving

If you hit a ball off the toe of an ordinary iron, it will start off to the right, as the impact "opens" the club face. But then a stronger force, called the gear effect, takes over and spins the ball violently to the left. The reverse happens with a heel shot. It "closes" the club face and starts off to the left, then the gear effect slices it wildly to the right. The Controller driving irons have a patented "invisible" curve (you can feel it, but barely see it) across their hitting surface that tames the stronger gear effect and draws off-centre shots back to the middle of the fairway. It''s a major golfing breakthrough and, along with their massive power, probably makes the Controllers the longest and straightest clubs in golf today.
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Review Date
October 2, 2007

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Reviewed by: Greg Sisitki ,  Shoots in the 80s

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Controller Driving Iron 12.5*

If you can't hit a driver try this club.
I have been using this for over 4 years now. Best thing I ever bought it keeps me in play and goes around 230-250 depending on solid hit or not. Very forgiving. I am going to buy the atomic driving from same company.

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