TMaG’s Back to the Future

I have been playing this game long enough to remember when driving range drivers became mainstream. It was 40 years ago, and Gary Adams had this thing called the “Taylor Made Pittsburgh Persimmon.”

The head was cast from stainless steel, it had a 12° loft and hit the ball a mile even for those of us in the “swing challenged” category. Back then going to a driving range wasn’t a TopGolf experience. The clubs were old, dinged, chipped and one of the first things you did was sight down the shaft to make sure it was somewhere near straight. In general clubs were pathetic but as bad as they were, I cringe to think about the golf balls where often round was not an option. Continue reading