Donnay Slammer 2 Hot Forged Titanium Matrix 400cc - www.forging-process.com/application-of-forgings/ Review

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Thomas The Toy Town's review of Donnay Slammer 2 Hot Forged Titanium Matrix 400cc - www.forging-process.com/application-of-forgings/

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“I recently traded in my confidence HQ7 driver and the...”

Written on: 03/12/2008 by Thomas The Toy Town (3 reviews written)

I recently traded in my confidence HQ7 driver and the £5 I got for the club, I was able to buy the highly recommended DONNAY SLAMMER. I can honestly say hand on heart that this is not only the cheapest club I have ever purchased, but the worst. I was so confident that I had grabbed my self a bargain I took it straight out onto the course, eager to see what the Slammer could do. My good friend whipped out his Forgan sp-pro and smashed the ball 250 yards. With a lot to live up to, I stepped, new club in hand, ready to strike. I struck the ball as sweetly as I could have dreamed of, confident that the ball would have split the fairway, I looked up only to find it was the clubs head splitting the fairway. Incidentally the head came of on the next hole, leaving both of us to hit our tonny penna irons of the tee for the hole day. And to my great displeasure borrow Granddads' ping 7 wood for the up and coming months. If you're thinking of getting this club, I would strongly advise against this, not only will you be wasting a valuable sum of £5, but you will be purchasing the worst golf club ever made.

In case you're wondering I have gone back to my Confidence driver and I am now hitting the ball 500 yard on a regular basis. Leaving fellow shelthorpe pros such as Toy Town and Montana in my wake.

To conclude anybody who buys the Donnay Slammer is a silly person and really should consider upgrading to a Confidence HQ7 or at least a Dunlop Loco.

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