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Let The Sh*t Show Begin

Well as many of you know, the USGA has officially decided to ban anchored putters this week.  While the decision itself won’t come until effect now until January 1st, 2016 instead of 2014 the USGA is getting quite the earful.  We’re jumping on that bandwagon now too.  Kudos USGA, way to flex those muscles.
Here’s what the decision says:
“Note 1:  The …

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Ping G25 Hybrid Review

Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by, we’ve got another review to share with your from our friends at Ping. Today we are reviewing their G25 hybrid – and incredibly solid hybrid, that our reviewer really liked.  Keep your eyes on Ping in the new year as we expect to see a G30/G35 models on their way soon.  Enjoy the review …

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TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Driver Review

Good afternoon everyone, and thanks for stopping by.  We’ve got another independent review of the new 2013 offering from Taylormade up next – the RocketBallz Stage 2 Driver. This new driver is said to be a leg up on the original Rocketballz, but we’ll let our reviewer take a closer look.  Enjoy!
TaylorMade made their original RocketBallz clubs RocketBallzier with the …

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Singh When You’re Winning

Well, the verdict is finally in.
The accused: Vijay Singh, his golf career hanging in the balance.
The accusation: That he used Deer Antler Spray, which contains the Human Growth Hormone IGF-1, in order to boost his performance.  Performance Enhancing Drugs in Golf, you ask? Indeed.
The decision: Singh has been cleared of any wrong-doing.
Why? Well, it seems IGF-1 really needs to be …

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Aldila RIP Trinity Shaft Profile

Profile – This latest offering from Aldila for the 2013 season does away with the skull and cross-bones look and for the first time combines all three Aldila patented design technologies – the RIP, S-Core Technology & Micro Laminate.  These three technologies are found in varying degrees in some of the hottest shafts on Tour – like the Aldila Rip & …

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Top 5 Issues Killing Golfers Over 50: Neck Rotation

Today we are going to cover the 5th and final issue killing golfers over 50: poor neck rotation flexibility. If you have a stiff neck, it is impossible to take a powerful backswing without the head moving a lot. The more the head moves in the backswing, the more difficult it will be to make clean contact with the golf …

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Top 5 Issues Killing Golfers Over 50: Shoulder Rotation

Happy Spring! Today we are going to address the 4th most common issue killing golfers over the age of 50: The flying elbow. The flying elbow occurs at the top of the backswing and is when the right elbow is pointing behind you instead of down at the ground.
From this position, it is nearly impossible to attack the golf ball …

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Fourteen Golf Gelong D CT214 Driver

Hi everyone, thanks for stoping by. Today we’re going to share a quick post with you on a new driver that was spotted on the USGA conforming list from Fourteen Golf.  You will likely recall Fourteen Golf for their famous minimalist blade and wedge designs, well here’s a new driver they recently tested in 6, 8, 9.5, 10.5 degrees.  Enjoy …

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TaylorMade R1 Driver Review

Good afternoon everyone, today we’re going to share with you a review of the much debated TaylorMade R1 Driver.  This new driver got blasted for its appearance by many on the web, but still managed to garner a rather large tour following – is it simply sponsorship dollars t work? In this review we dive a little deeper into the …

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Golf Patent: Thermoreactive Club Face

Well Nike has recently patented a clubface that can change its “trampoline effect” depending on how hot the face is.  While cool, this patent does bring up some interesting thoughts and questions.  What we learned from this patent:

Depending on swing speed, you can actually increase the temperature of the face by 0.5-5 degrees Celsius (sorry, we’re Canadian)
Nike Golf can develop …

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