I have a few questions about “Zolex Hammer” golf club. If you don’t know what it is, just know that it is such a joke of a product that Billy Mays wouldn’t even touch it.
What the hell is “Zolex metal”? They claim it is 300% harder than titanium and 2x as light. While the confusion generated by their mixture of percentages and multiples makes that seem more dramatic than it is, what are they not telling us? Either it’s completely false (see following question) or there is some terrible property of this alloy that makes it useless in most applications. I can’t find anything on it… help?
How can this company not be facing false advertising suits? They guarantee that it outdrives Callaway drivers (which they mention by name) by 50 yards. Surely the fact that the Hammer has USGA-banned features doesn’t actually increase drives by 50 yards over top-of-the-line Callaway woods, so what am I missing? Too vague for a lawsuit?
Help me out, I want to be able to laugh even harder at this infomercial the next time I see it on late-night Golf Channel commercials. In related news, if you find any legal miracle clubs, let me know so I can stop watching the damn Golf Channel to improve my game.