That’s just patently untrue and is more the product of hype and hyperbole than of substance and merit. Buying golf equipment isn’t a proposition where there are universal truths which dictate what clubs must go in your bag.
Moreover, if you buy a set of JDM irons, the loft, lie and head weight of each club is going to be spot on and this attention to detail unequivocally leads to better performance. Truth: Yes, JDM clubs are built to more exact specifications.(Miura for example produces irons with a spec tolerance of +/- .5 gr. That said, loft and lie are simple (and cheap) to adjust and because forged clubs are softer, loft/lie should be checked every year anyway.Non-JDM companies produce clubs with head weights with a typical tolerance of +/- 3 gm.Companies or players will make up any difference by adding tip weights inside the tip of the shaft or affix lead tape to club head. You can certainly buy a set of used JDM clubs and save some coin, but that not the point.Three “Myth Busters” cast members are off the Discovery Channel show after long runs on the series.Fox411 reports that ths show is parting ways with Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara.
Series hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman reportedly made the announcement on Thursday’s episode of the show. I am sad for an ending but there will be exciting new adventures for us.” The report notes that a rep for “Myth Busters” did not offer details about what’s coming up for the show.
Byron, Belleci and Imahara have reportedly been on the series for 10 years. In an email to Fox411, a senior publicist for Discovery wrote: “Kari, Tory and Grant have been an incredibly important part of ‘Myth Busters’ for over a decade.
“The axed trio took to Twitter saying the Discovery Channel show had decided to take a ‘new direction,'” the story reports. From explosions to car crashes to even more explosions, this trio has helped shape ‘Myth Busters’ into the Emmy-nominated series it is today.
In a series of tweets, Byron said: “I guess you guys are finding out the news right about now.
After a decade of the Myth Busters, we are no longer with the show.
to other golf equipment, namely USDM or equipment marketed primarily to the United States domestic market.