Ping G2 Iron Review

Ping Golf has been known for several things since the company started in the mid 1900's. One is always being on the edge of innovation; one is for the outstanding quality of their product; and one is for making great game improvement golf clubs. The newest in the Ping line-up, the G2 iron is no exception.
 

SirShanksAlotPing G2 Iron Review

New Scotty Cameron Putters Finding Their Way Onto The PGA Tour

Hello again everyone! First off, thanks for all the emails… some awesome questions and information! We got to most of them today and we will finish them up tomorrow.

SirShanksAlotNew Scotty Cameron Putters Finding Their Way Onto The PGA Tour

The Basics – How Golf Clubs Work – Part I

Cavity back or muscle back? Thick sole or narrow sole? Offset or no offset? There is just so much to know when buying golf clubs and just when you think you know everything, something new comes out.

SirShanksAlotThe Basics – How Golf Clubs Work – Part I

Golf Odds And Ends

A few other notes from SirPuttsAlot too…
The TA7 Tour irons are discontinued. I asked about the CG4 irons and he said he hadn’t heard anything about them yet.
The Adams Idea irons will be replaced at the end of this summer. It sounds like the new irons will basically be the same idea but modified a little bit.
The Tour …

SirShanksAlotGolf Odds And Ends

Innovex System RLS Iron Review

I remember reading through some golf club reviews on another site one day and seeing the usual suspects in the Mid to High Handicap testing section… Callaway Big Bertha, Mizuno MX23, Ping G2, Innovex System RLS… wait… who? So I went to the website, www.innovexgolf.com to find out more. We just had to test these!
 

SirShanksAlotInnovex System RLS Iron Review

Innovex System RLS Hybrid Review

Innovex Golf is a company that you can expect to hear more from in the not-too-distant future. They have some interesting new ideas in creating their newest line of golf clubs; the System RLS.

SirShanksAlotInnovex System RLS Hybrid Review

Hogan Tour Deep Golf Ball

Hope everyone had a good weekend…. I know Callaway Golf did. I think the Phil Mickelson signing is really starting to pay off now. Niclas Fasth, who plays some Callaway equipment, also won in New Zealand. Another good email from SirPuttsAlot with some interesting odds and ends..

SirShanksAlotHogan Tour Deep Golf Ball

Couples Back Playing TaylorMade

A quick update before I go to work… yes I work on Saturdays! I got an email this morning from a reader who followed Fred Couples on Thursday at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and he can confirm what I wrote yesterday. Couples is back playing TaylorMade irons and a R510 driver.

SirShanksAlotCouples Back Playing TaylorMade

Get More Distance – Five Easy Ways To Hit Longer Drives Without Practicing

Well, before we get into this thing I'd like to start off with begrudging congratulations to the New England Patriots. Although they certainly aren't my favorite team to cheer for it's impossible to deny how good they really are.

SirShanksAlotGet More Distance – Five Easy Ways To Hit Longer Drives Without Practicing

Fred Couples Profile

Born: October 3, 1959
Birthplace: Seattle, Washington
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 185 lbs.
Turned Pro: 1980

SirShanksAlotFred Couples Profile