January 15, 2019 at 09:40 PM
As many of you know TM and cally have been in competition over he past couple years especially in the driver industry. The main vocal point is the face of the driver. I have an idea that a company such as Titleist could adopt and make the golf world go nuts. Its called the spring face.
The inside of this driver would be equipped with 3 springs. Horizontally placed behind the outside face of the driver. Upon impact the ball would compress against the face thus compressing the screws just enough that the kinetic energy coming back from the inside would propel the ball substantially further than a normal driver. Off center hits would be also compensated by the the screws for example say a ball was taken of the toe of the driver the only screws that would compress would be the end screw closet to the toe and occasionally the middle (depends how close to middle you strike). This would make the 3rd screw by the heel act as a weight and turn the face over almost like a d-type model of a driver would.
Please respond with critiques or comments below,
Thanks for reading, Nate Hryn
Andrew FPueblo, CO
Don OMadison, WI
Cathi, Titleist Club ConciergeCarlsbad, CA
January 17, 2019 at 08:13 PM
Maybe you should major in mechanical engineering and join the design team?
Joey LChico, Ca
January 18, 2019 at 04:33 AM
One of the reasons I like Titleist drivers is they are traditional compared to others. As great as they are and as much thought and technology goes into them they are still simple compared to other brands. I really don’t care for clubs that are injected with foam, twisted faces, jail break bars, and / or sliding weights every which way. I think less is better, especially when it’s already great.
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