Sky Rockets In Flight
At a certain point, it's no longer fun enough anymore simply to jump on the trampoline.
True, it was fun for a while. Bouncing up and down, up and down--you felt both in control and completely out of control at the same time. You felt like a butterfly, flying from flower to flower in the breeze.
But then you started wondering what other flighted wildlife feel like in flight.
And what about planes, or rockets? Those man-made machines that shame nature's gift of flight—what do they feel like when they fly?
Enter the double bounce.
If the technique isn't taught directly, then it's accidentally "discovered" anew, year after year, like chicks flapping their adorable little wings until they take flight.
The double bounce (if you're unfortunate enough never to have experienced it) is when two people jumping on a trampoline land at or around the same time. One person gets the benefit of the super extended trampoline, and they're shot up in the air so much higher than they could ever get on their own.
And then you're no longer a whimsical butterfly, but a super-fast rocket whizzing towards the moon.
That's a lot like the Speed Face technology on the Callaway X Hot N14 driver.
So if you're tired of your driver shots looking like a whimsical butterfly with not much speed or direction, pick up one of these Callaway drivers today.
Your ball wants to know what it feels like to be a rocket.
You should get to know what it feels like to launch one.