If you’re frustrated by slices, hooks, pop-ups or topped shots…
If you’ve ever wanted to snap your driver in two after blowing it in yet another hazard…
If you're sick of inconsistency off the tee — no matter what club, swing experiment or training aid you try…
Then please listen closely.
Because I’m about to tell you the somewhat shocking story of how “Big Golf” may be destroying your game.
It’s one of golf’s dirty little secrets:
Instead, they’re designed and optimized for tour pros with high swing speeds who flush it on every shot.
You see, manufacturers know that when big-name pros use their clubs, that means publicity and endorsements.
But pros don’t endorse — in fact, they are forbidden to endorse — clubs they wouldn’t use themselves.
So manufacturers design the clubs for pros, making them heavier, longer and with a sweet spot that you need a magnifying glass to find.
Which works great for the pros.
But has left amateur golfers standing in the weeds with drivers that are almost impossible to hit straight — let alone very far.
Which is why you should know about the superstar design team — Jeff Halstead and Josh Boggs.
They were fed up with designing clubs that were really only meant for less than the top one percent of golfers.
They decided it was high time amateurs had a club that made it easy to get distance, accuracy and consistency off the tee WITHOUT a perfect swing.
Jeff is an award-winning engineer who often appears on Golf Digest’s prestigious “hot list” of top club designers and engineers.
And Josh was the designer at Nike Golf behind Tiger Woods’ personal drivers.
After leaving their jobs at Nike and Adams Golf, they were determined to ditch the traditional “tour pro” focus and finally design a driver specifically for amateur golfers.
They had one single goal: Design a driver that a typical amateur golfer can hit with the ease and accuracy of a 6-iron — but with the distance wallop of a high-performance driver.
After months of painstaking research, design and engineering, a breakthrough emerged…
It’s a powerful new driver with a more compact head design and an iron-like profile that gives amateur golfers a HUGE advantage: amazing accuracy and consistency PLUS the distance off the tee we all crave.
It’s called the Sprinter Hot Metal, and it’s especially designed for higher-handicap golfers with slower swing speeds looking to banish slices, hooks, worm-burners and topped shots…
And start crushing the ball right down the middle — without a faster swing speed or a perfect swing.
The Sprinter Hot Metal completely eliminates the root cause of most mis-hits and driver inconsistency, simply because it’s designed for accuracy as well as distance at slower swing speeds.
The Sprinter makes driving the ball fun again, and instantly makes your driver the most reliable club in your bag — even if you're not as strong as you used to be, or are battling stiff or achy joints.
How long until you’re striping it with this new Sprinter Hot Metal driver?
All it takes is 3 practice balls on the range. I guarantee it.
Because if you can hit a 6-iron, you can now drive it off the tee longer and straighter than ever.
Jeff and Josh designed the Sprinter Hot Metal with an easy-hitting 6-iron profile built right into the driver face… for deadly accuracy.
Then they combined it with revolutionary “Hot Metal” technology — special metals blended to create a proprietary, explosive face that maximizes off-the-face ball speed no matter how fast you swing it.
No wonder many are calling it the world’s first true “Accuracy Driver.”
Just swing it like your 6-iron and watch the ball fly dead straight, automatically unleashing more distance, accuracy and consistency than you may have ever thought possible — fixing mis-hits and eliminating those short and crooked drives.
What might THAT do for your score?
What I love about the Sprinter is that, as you’ll learn in a moment:
But first, if you’re as skeptical as I was when I heard about this amazing club, I’d like to show you what happened when it was put into the hands of recreational golfers for an independent field test…
The first time I ever hit the Sprinter Hot Metal—Pure confidence. I immediately hit three right away and they were all down the middle, 15 handicap
Jarod on Keesling HDCP 15
I've never had three consistent shots like that. BAM- BAM- BAM —I think the Sprinter Hot Metal is definitely a club I need to put in my bag.
Harry Wick HDCP 12
" Swing it like 6-iron and it’s effortless” A slight baby draw every time I hit it
Bill Carver HDCP 7
Very surprised that I was able to hit the Sprinter. Seemed like 20 yards longer
Don Dodge HDCP 17
The Sprinter Hot Metal is very straight. I wouldn't have missed any fairway on any shot I hit today. I think it just feels more under control. You want to stay in the fairway, this is the club.
Randy Lasater HDCP 15
The Sprinter you swing it like a six iron, but the ball launches off the face, like a driver. The ball flew off of it and I just saw the ball going straight. I didn't see it fading. I didn't see it hooking
Bill Wright HDCP15
It’s very very forgiving and it’s on the map all of the time—I mean, all you got to do is swing it smooth, and it jumps and it's unbelievable. And it goes super straight.
Brian Deloach HDCP 5
I mean the Sprinter Hot Metal definitely had distance comparable to my driver. It was very accurate. I miss hit a few of them and it was still dead straight It feels hot off the face. It's forgiving. It goes exactly where you want it to go. It's awesome.
Thomas Nunley HDCP 6
Wow… those were regular golfers like you who were able to gain crazy consistency and amazing accuracy — ”verified” straight from the tour-tested Foresight Quad Pro Launch Monitor.
That’s why I don’t care if you have the latest expensive driver…
Because as I said earlier, most drivers — especially the “big-money” drivers — are designed for tour pro swing speeds in excess of 110 mph, and require perfect timing for maximum distance and accuracy.
In short, if you’re not a tour pro or darned close to it — if you can’t whip the clubhead through impact at 110 to 120 miles per hour — and hit that microscopic sweet spot right on the money — you’re doomed to failure before you ever even take the club back.
But the good news is that the Sprinter Hot Metal is a whole new type of driver — one that’s designed specifically to give amateur golfers instant access to significantly greater control, accuracy and distance.
It means that now ...
Look, the cold hard truth is that until you get you a driver that matches your swing speed, your swing plane and your skill level, your buddies will continue to blow it by you…
And snicker as they pass your drive in their carts.
Here’s my warning to you…
If you fail to fix the root cause of your bad drives, you’ll be forever stuck on a hamster wheel, searching endlessly for the next miracle swing tip, only to have to start all over again the very next round.
And — even worse — you’ll never experience the beautiful feeling of a flushed drive that you barely feel off the face — immediately bending over to pick up your tee because you know without a doubt it’s long and right down the middle.
This driver is like nothing you have ever hit before.
As soon as you put it in your hands, you’ll feel the difference.
The first thing you’ll notice is that the clubhead is smaller, easier to handle and feels more like an iron (but an iron with a super-hot explosive face).
This is part of the Sprinter’s secret: because the clubface is a little smaller, it’s easier to square up.
That’s why it can automatically stop your hooks and slices in their tracks.
Look, I know you hear outrageous promises about “the latest miracle driver” all the time.
That’s why I’d like ESPN’s Michael Abrams to tell you a bit about the four — yes, four — revolutionary engineering breakthroughs that have been built right into the Sprinter Hot Metal…
Wow — when have you ever heard of that many breakthroughs and innovations in one club?
OK, here’s my big promise…
And with more consistency than you ever thought possible.
I guarantee this club will:
All because of a radically new design that’s been designed, engineered and built for you and your golf game — and not for the tour pros.
Remember: This all-new Sprinter Hot Metal is the club that big-name manufacturers are scared to make, because they know the tour pros on TV will never play it.
This strands the amateur golfer in the deep end of the pool with a driver that’s almost impossible to hit consistently straight.
But not any longer…
Instead, imagine stepping up to every tee and just using your easy-to-control 6-iron swing — flushing drive after drive straighter and longer than ever before.
Life is just too short to miss fairways and not be among the longest hitters in your group.
Starting today, you no longer need a perfect swing to hit long, straight shots.
Because the wickedly effective 6-iron face built right into the heart of the Sprinter guarantees accuracy from your natural swing.
Plus, the Sprinter's amateur-friendly launch angle gives golfers like you a higher launch and more carry — even at swing speeds below 100 miles per hour.
The result: Driver distance with 6-iron accuracy.
Well, now you know the truth: The reason you struggle with accuracy off the tee has nothing to do with how many balls you hit, your tempo, your lack of a 90-degree shoulder turn or your failure to remember all the mechanical swing thoughts being taught today.
Instead, it’s got everything to do with the fact that you don’t have the higher swing speed and flush-it-every-time control of a professional golfer.
And that’s why:
A club that doesn’t force you to swing out of your shoes to hit it long and straight.
Please don’t do what the vast majority of golfers out there end up doing: trying to overswing in a futile attempt to gain more distance.
That only results in frustration, the ball spraying all over the course, and you walking off yet another green with a double bogey or worse.
What’s more, I need to warn you that putting too much effort into your swing can lead to injuries — which is a big reason behind golf’s shockingly high injury rate for a zero-contact sport.
But now there’s hope.
With the revolutionary new Sprinter Hot Metal, you can simply use your natural, everyday swing to bomb drive after drive straight down the middle like a heat-seeking missile.
You’ll walk up to every tee with the quiet confidence that comes from knowing this baby is going exactly where you want it to.
So why not give it a try?
Our iron-clad money-back guarantee means you pay nothing if this club doesn’t get you playing the best golf of your life in just 3 swings.
Your very longest tee shot with a conventional driver might beat your longest with the Sprinter. (Then again, it might not.)
But what really matters is your average driving distance. And because the Sprinter Hot Metal is easier to strike dead-center, and extremely forgiving when you miss, your average should actually go up vs. your current club.
Ask yourself this: “Would I rather max out at 225 yards but average 205, or max out at 220 and average 215?”
I know how I’d answer. I bet you’d say the same.
In this game, consistency is everything.
It’s pretty simple, really.
If your swing speed is below 100 mph, and your average drive is less than 250 yards, the Sprinter will definitely improve your driving. Its extra loft and shorter shaft are exactly what the typical golfer needs to launch the ball higher with more carry.
And speaking of shafts, the Sprinter Hot Metal features a proprietary graphite shaft made specifically for its clubhead. They’re a perfect match, and you’ve got five flexes to choose from based on your swing speed.
You’ll see a handy selection guide when you check out.
I’ll give you a few reasons.
You bet it can. That’s another benefit of having more loft than a “Big Golf” driver.
See, the more loft a club has, the easier it is to square the clubface at impact. Think about it: Are you more likely to slice your driver, or your 8-iron? No doubt it’s the driver.
The Sprinter’s shorter shaft has much the same effect. The less distance between your hands and the clubface, the more easily you can return it to square.
That’s easy. Just send it back within 60 days and we’ll give you a full product refund.
Yep, you can hit it all you want during those 60 days. If the Sprinter does anything less than we’ve promised – or comes up short of your expectations in any way, shape or form – simply return it and we’ll keep our end of the bargain.
No questions asked.
Which Shaft is right for me?
|Shaft Flex Type||Average Clubhead Speed||Average Driving Distance|
|Stiff||90 MPH||250+ yards|
|Regular||80-90 MPH||200 - 240 yards|
|Senior||70-80 MPH||175 - 200 yards|
|Senior Plus||70 MPH||175 yards|