Test-Driving a $600 Golf Club

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Day to Day senior producer Steve Proffitt goes to a driving range with golf writer and professional musician David Was to try out a new $600 driver. They discover that a high-tech club might be great for professional golfers, but it's not a lot of help for the average weekend duffer.

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