Air Force One From PowerBilt
By Kickntrue on 11/13/08
PowerBilt has a new series of woods called "Air Force One" that use compressed nitrogen to allow for a bigger sweetspot and thinner face resulting in more flex and greater distance.
Yah.. so that is a mouthful. How about this... science science science, blah blah blah, your ball goes further and your club has a bigger sweet spot. SOLD!!
PowerBilt is claiming the new clubs can add 10-15 yards to your drives. If that is true- I expect everyone to be doing this by next spring.
Thanks to Josh for the tip.
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Can I just drill and tap my burner and install a schrader valve? That way I can inflate it at the gas station.
Merlin- good luck with that! I dare you to try it.
here a question to all, my Cobra driver has a small crack in it near the back. on a demo day for Cobra my driver out drove the same model new with trapped air... they wanted me to give it up for a new one, no thanks. so how does that make you feel. its true that bats in softball have this, but again its the batter not the bat.
Another "High End Tin Can" for those who care. I would still rather play my "Vintage Woods" of about 1/2 that size in persimmon or metal that require skill, develop skill and still produce resonable results when used in the proper manner. I derive a greater pleasure from playing a low round with less forgiving clubs. JWHpurist
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