According to the latest headlines, Rod Pampling shows his thanks to the sponsors exemptions for earning their tour cards, as well as the one set of golf clubs for sale. In some cases, Pampling wound up earning his way into tournaments and didn't need the exemption. The way he saw it, the offer of an exemption at least gave him something to fall back on, so it still meant a lot. In fact, He eventually made it with only $2,033 to spare, finishing 124th on the money list, and Pampling says he spent the next month contacting every tournament director who gave him a sponsor's exemption in order to thank them.
Rod Pampling also says he would choose the Taylormade R11 Irons to replace his old iron set next year, because this iron set have accepted so many good feedbacks from golfers, they look like clubs that professionals would be tempted to play, but they also incorporate loads of technology to help "average" golfers improve their play. In short, they're engineered to help us hit the ball longer, higher and straighter. Here are some technical details.
With a thin, light, lively clubface, the r11 irons are designed to provide a high Coefficient of Restitution, which promotes faster ball velocities and more distance from the long- and mid-irons. TaylorMade's "Inverted Cone Technology" also promotes faster ball velocities and more distance, especially on mishits. This particular technology enlarges the sweet spot and makes TaylorMade R11 Irons more forgiving.
It is said that the design of the wholesale golf clubs's sole is inspired by tour, which is beveled at the back to make it perform like a much thinner sole, which increases playability from a variety of lies. It also features a low and deeper center of gravity that makes it easy to launch the ball on a powerful and penetrating flight. In this case, Rod Pampling certainly will choose the Taylormade R11 Irons for his better money list rank next year.