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What the Hell is a Baffler Golf Club?

Cobra is not at the top of my list for desired hybrids or other golf clubs. The reason this golf club is in my bag is because of its unique loft as a 7H at 31°.   I was looking for a hybrid to hit with some good loft like a wedge. My family passed around, Callaway War Bird 7 Wood through the years.  That club was excellent for 180 yard par 3s with its great distance and straight drop at the end of its flight.

Tour Logic Perfect Swing Trainer Failed Perfectly

The concept behind the Perfect Swing Trainer is the looping path of the ball after being struck will illustrate the path of the ball in free flight.  The best result is a vertical swinging ball.  If the ball is looping a side, you hit a slice or hook.  Since the ball is on a string, you can hit the ball for hours and save money on driving range buckets of balls (in theory).

The Grint is Great

Statistics is a bit of a draw to golf for me.  I like looking for trends and see how my game improves or degrades.  At one time, I considered building a spreadsheet to track scores and compute handicap.  I found an app to track scores and compute handicap but I wanted more.  While playing at Scotland Run, my cart mate showed me the app he used to score his round and track his progress: The Grint.

The First Tee Makes a Difference

Through the years, golf gear will accumulate in any house, garage, shed or storage area of a golfer.  Putters and drivers fall out of fashion or effectiveness and rest in dust corners.  Golf balls multiple in bags faster than sox disappear from the dryer.  My house is no different so I gathered up all my extra golf gear and saw the pile and thought of what to do with it all.  Then I remembered the First Tee organization.

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