Well, not really. But it is the first spam that I've even given a second thought about actually following up on. Not that I would, but... what golfer doesn't want to get rid of a slice and add 20 yards of distance?
This is an even more insidious type of spam, IMHO, than anatomical enhancement or black/grey market pharmaceutical spam. Even though there is a lot of crackpot golf equipment out there, which this may or may not be, the market for it is considered "legitimate" and a lot of people buy these products unashamedly. That doesn't change the fact that this is spam, and I very much hope that Jack Nicklaus did not knowingly give permission for his endorsement to be used in a spam campaign. I think I'll try and find a way to bring this to his attention.