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Introducing Cleveland’s new putters

Good day and as always, thanks for stopping by. Today we’d like to tell you a little bit about Cleveland Golf’s new TFi 2135 putters and the TFi Smart Square putters. These are two of the most advanced putters Cleveland Golf has ever given us. Their tour-inspired designs feature a copper-infused, milled face cap over a copolymer insert for excellent consistency and feel. …

The Golf Drill GuruIntroducing Cleveland’s new putters
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Get your hands on Callaway’s MD3 wedges

Good day and thanks for stopping by. Today we’d like to remind you that Callaway’s MD3 Milled Wedges will become available nationwide starting Sept. 4th, 2015.
Callaway says that the MD3 line is the most complete wedge line the company has ever created, having the versatility and selection for every shot, course condition and swing imaginable. Callaway leverages 3 unique grinds (S-Grind, …

The Golf Drill GuruGet your hands on Callaway’s MD3 wedges
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The Secret To Smooth: Transition

The game of golf would be so much easier if you could start at the top of the swing, and just swing down and through the ball. You’d eliminate so many pre-swing and backswing faults that mess up an otherwise simple move. If you could lift the club into a set position at the top, check and re-check everything, and …

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Ping Vortec Trademarked

We have no idea for what, nor do we have any idea if it’ll ever be printed on any of Ping’s equipment, but as a just in case, then trademarked the term ‘Vortec’ for future use on its equipment. What do we think this name may be for? Likely some sort of driver or driver element that should (in theory) …

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Technology Advancement In Today’s Game

Back in 1998, the best technological advancement in golf was EA Sports’ Tiger Woods video game series. Fortunately for those non-gamers among us, the game has moved on considerably since then. We now have robotic trolleys, lightweight clubs, laser & GPS rangefinders and indoor virtual driving ranges. But how much has technology changed the game we love and what is …

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Project X HZRDUS Driver Shaft

Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by.  We’ve gotten wind of a new shaft by Project X that has been generating some buzz on tour and in the golf realms – called Hzrdus.  Apparently this shaft has been in testing for quite some time, but only recently got coined its name.  Details are scarce, and we don’t know when this shaft …

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A Quick 18 With Short Par 4

We recently had the chance to sit down with Bobby Dimeo that founder of Short Par 4, a company that wants to be your personal style caddie. In a nutshell, Short Par 4 will keeping you styling on the links with custom selected high-end clothing that they send to your door on a subscription basis. They work with some of the …

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Bridgestone J015 Driver

Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by. We’ve got some interesting pictures to share with you of a new Bridgestone driver that’s showing 3 different approved models on the USGA conforming website. The first what appears to be a basic 460CC model, second a slightly smaller version of the driver, and third a 460CC model with shaft flexibility. These may be …

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Mizuno JPX 850 Driver

Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by. Today we’re going to share with you the details on the new JPX 850 driver by Mizuno. This is the next generation of tracks that moves away from simply allowing  golfer to adjust the fade or draw bias of heir club, but this is the first rendition that aligns with the swing allowing a …

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Lining Up Your Logo May Be Making You Yip

There’s a reason the anchored putting stroke was banned. Same thing for Sam Snead’s initial side saddle putting stroke that saw him straddling the line of play. The reason being that it provided an unfair advantage (in the eyes of some), but mostly that it was a departure from tradition in the eyes of the up an ups at the …

The Golf Drill GuruLining Up Your Logo May Be Making You Yip