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Callaway RAZR X Forged Iron Review

Hey everyone, and thanks for stopping by.  Today we’ve got yet another review for you, this time on the only forged iron Callaway has ever produced.  Let’s get to it.
The RAZR X Forged irons have a classic “players-iron” look and are Callaway’s only forged iron. These are some of the slickest irons that Callaway has ever made, and a nice …

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Nike Method Midnight Putters

Source: 2012 Nike Method Midnight Putters – Pics!
SirShanksAlot Comments: Some pictures of a new Nike Putter line-up have surfaced thanks to our friends over at  See some pictures of the new Nike Method Midnight Putters, and more over at the link above.

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Sneak Peek at the New True Temper Blue

Source: Twitter
SirShanksAlot Comments:  Well for all you long hitters out there, or for those who constantly looking for shafts that can double as support for your house – True Temper looks to have a new Blue model coming soon.  This picture, tweeted by a PGA Tour Shaft Rep, shows the next version of a shaft that was well liked on …

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Ping i20 Driver Review

Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by. We hope you enjoyed the Player’s Championship over the weekend. We sure did. Special congrats to Matt Kuchar, who really played solid all week. In today’s post, we’re sharing an independent review of the Ping i20 Driver. Let’s get to it!
Ping recently released the new G20 and i20 to rave reviews. The i20 has …

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Callaway's Driving Iron Prototype

Source: New Callaway Proto “Driving” iron – GolfWRX:
SirShanksAlot comments: Some pictures were recently released of a new prototype driving iron from Callaway. While the look is very modern, this club design is a blast from the past.  With all the advancements in hybrid technology of the years, it’s hard to see why anyone (short of Tour players) would want one …

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The Hip Coil Drill

One of the most common power leaks in the golf swing is an over-active lower body. For some players, instead of coiling their body to generate power, they resort to sliding their hips laterally. This fault is a huge contributor to inconsistency at impact, and often big swooping block slices. If you’ve ever stepped up to a ball and let …

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Callaway Tour Authentic Razr Fit Driver

Source: – Callaway TA “Tour Authentic” RAZR FIT Driver Pics!
SirShanksAlot Comments:  Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by.  There’s been a recent addition to the USGA conforming list which has caused a little buzz as of late – the “Tour Authentic” RAZR Fit driver.  This new driver features an optifit tour hosel, adjustable weights and a sleek new color look.  See some …

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Cobra AMP Iron Review

There have been mixed reviews about the new look and style of Cobra Golf. At the very least, Cobra is now the trendiest company in the golf industry. The younger generation has been very receptive to the bold colors while others have not been very excited. It looks as if Rickie Fowler and all the other young stars will continue …

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Lexi Needs a Prom Date

Looks like LPGA star Lexi Thompson is in need of a prom date. She’s offering one lucky U.S. Armed Forces member a free trip to Fort Lauderdale to accompany her on her big night. Here’s a video explaining her fun little contest. Head over to her Facebook page if you’d like to enter.

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Two Clubs Worth Seeing, Not Hitting

Source: Golf Inventions, Patents, and Technology via The IP Golf Guy (aka The Golf Patent Attorney): Would it Work? Driver Head with “Flowing Moving Part
SirShanksAlot Comments: Our friend over had got these next two patents right when he labeled these next few patents “would it work”.  Both these patents feature movable parts. The first a steel ball bearing that sits inside …

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