Hello, I am an amateur golfer, 58 years old, living in Las Vegas, NV. About three years ago, my wife Cheryl informed she that she wanted to learn how to play golf. We were now “empty nesters” and she thought it would be a fun way to spend time together. I was amused at her suggestion, but did not think that she would follow-through. I was wrong. After a series of group lessons, individual lessons, and a lot of time on the range, Cheryl is now an avid golfer and our entire social life includes golf. We golf together each week and plan all of our vacation time around golf.
Cheryl has worked hard toward a very resectable game. She has learned all of the shots … except the elusive sand shot. Despite many attempts, private lessons, and countless hours of trial-and-error, she just could not grasp the concept of exploding the golf ball out of the sand. Her scores were showing this as well. There were many rounds where Cheryl’s scores did not reflect the real skill of her game. She was wasting countless strokes in trying to get out of the sand.
I recently saw your television commercial about the xE1 and immediately ordered it, hoping that I could convince Cheryl to give it a try. The 65 degree wedge arrived just in time for a weekend golf trip that we had planned to Utah.
After only practicing with the xE1 for about fifteen minutes in a practice sand trap, we began our weekend that included two rounds of golf. We were completely amazed that in the next two days, Cheryl found herself in the sand seven different occasions, AND amazingly, she was able to hit out of the sand EVERY time on the first swing.
You have no idea of the joy and excitement that this caused. Our playing partners were also amazed, and in fact encouraged us to drop you a line about this testimonial.
Needless to say, Cheryl broke 100 for the first and second time on both of her rounds using the xE1. It was the inability to get out of the sand that was holding her up!
Your product is amazing and did exactly what the television commercial said that it would do. This is the first time we have ever communicated a response to a product that we ordered from a television ad.
Gregg and Cheryl Herning