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Old 10-09-2012, 01:38 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by krz View Post
Golf technology actually changes and you are at a disadvantage using old tech. Tennis not so much.

I mean I guess there is some tech that makes a difference. The move to graphite, Wilson's "Perimeter Weighting System."

But, I don't think anybody really believes karophite black or ncode injected graphite as materials is making any sort of real difference. Or that the "Flex Point" is cupping the ball more.
Funny. I can play with pretty much any clubs and hit about the same (changing the shats is a different story).

But playing with a different tennis racquet is really hard. They all play so differently IMO. I really have my swing dialed into **my racquet**. When I play with something else, my timing is crap.

Strings of course make a really big difference as well.
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