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Month: September 2015

Cobra ‘Long Tom’ Driver Review ?>

Cobra ‘Long Tom’ Driver Review

Editor’s Rating Performance If you struggle to keep the ball in the fairway already, don’t buy this driver Feel The combination of length and an extremely lightweight shaft made for an odd feel Value The price is reasonable but the lack of value is a drawback Looks Not a bad looking driver Innovation Decent technology overshadowed by poor performance Overall Cobra is now under new ownership. Puma bought Cobra Golf and ever since, they have been working to revolutionize the…

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Callaway and Lamborghini Join R&D Efforts ?>

Callaway and Lamborghini Join R&D Efforts

When it comes to drivers, club manufacturers are running out of ideas. COR is maxed out. CC’s are maxed out. At this point, what advances can major club manufacturers actually make to improve golf club performance? Well, Callaway may be on the right track.  Some serious G&D is required to find truly innovative ideas.  Callaway Golf has recently embarked on a partnership with super-sports car maker Automobili Lamborghini in an effort to take golf to the next level.  Here’s some…

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TaylorMade R11S Driver Review ?>

TaylorMade R11S Driver Review

Editor’s Rating Performance Average performance for above average price Feel Nice feel on off-center hits Value Technology comes with a price Looks If you’re into white, you’ll like this Innovation Lots of technology in this driver Overall Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by, today we’ve got an independent review of the TaylorMade R11s.  This driver came on the heels of the new RBZ line, and by the sounds of this review, it my have been a mistake by TaylorMade.  Enjoy!…

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Tour Edge, PING, Nike and More ?>

Tour Edge, PING, Nike and More

Hello everyone, and thanks for stopping by, we’ve got some odd and ends here from Scott Kramer to share today. Some interesting news from Nike and PowerBuilt Golf. Check it out! Tour Edge introduced Exotics low-CG, multi-metal Trilogy fairway woods ($199 apiece) with a diamond-shaped inner rail that squares the clubface at impact. The sole’s two outer rails and one inner rail help turf interaction. PING unveiled 14 different Scottsdale putters ($140-$180 depending on model) that boast a thermoplastic elastomer…

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The Most Common Short Game Mistakes ?>

The Most Common Short Game Mistakes

Continuing from our post yesterday, we’re now going to look into the most common mistakes in the short game. These mistakes are the difference between 90’s shooter and those who break 80. If you get your game in shape from 100 yards and in, I assure you, you’ll start shooting lower scores. Enjoy! Short Irons – Gripping Too Tight & Tension Your short irons should be your bread and butter, if you can improve your game from 150 yards and…

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