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Power Tornado!

I've been using my 1990 Callaway bertha reshafted 3 Wood for many years. i got the head from one of my dad's old clubs and put a UST heavy weighted shaft on it. the thing is impossible to hit and really doesn't go very far. but i've been enjoying that challenge ever since i've learned to play golf. recently, i decided it was time to change the club and got myself a Kasco Power Tornado 3+. i thought it would be a bit low and difficult to strike, but that club is probably easier than my 2 iron. the first time i used it, i found it a bit light at D1 swing weight, and topped the ball. ever since, i've been hitting greens and fairways with it. the crisp sound of contact is purely japanese. in fact, it's one of the few clubs that are still made in japan. the 2.1mm face is tougher than titanium, using super Hyten. the soul is made to cut through rough and fairway alike and i've managed to hit some good shots with it. this is a confidence builder and bringing me back to the days of hitting woods from the fairways. ever since i broke my 5 wood, i have not used a wood on the fairway since. this 3+ gives me a good 250 yard carry and averages 240 yards carry. it's such an easy club to hit that perhaps it's almost cheating. can't wait to get to use it again. [equipbug]
i bought it at less than half price, but the regular cost is around 400 USD!! yeah, comes at a price.
01 004 P 01 004 Shaft
www.kascogolf.com

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