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Month: November 2015

Pencil Chipping Drill ?>

Pencil Chipping Drill

Unlike the full swing, the wrists play a minimal role when it comes to most chip shots. Flop shot excluded, your chipping stroke should be controlled simply by the movement of your shoulders, much like a putt.This drastically simplifies the stroke and ultimately eliminates the possibility of hitting it thin or fat. The problem with the wrists is that there are extra moving parts and a higher variance when it comes to accelerating into the ball. Golf is hard enough…

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Titleist 915 – Sneak Peek ?>

Titleist 915 – Sneak Peek

Hello everyone and thanks as always for stopping by. Today we’d like to share with you a sneak peak at Titleist’s upcoming 915 drivers. Our friends at WRX Golf shared these photos with us from the range at the Quicken Loans National.

Cobra’s New, Sexy King Wedge ?>

Cobra’s New, Sexy King Wedge

Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by today! We’re quite excited by this new wedge release by Cobra, and you’ll soon understand why. They’ve built the first wedge that would look like it rivals the best in the game with Cleveland and Vokey – these wedges are really pretty to look at. Cobra calls this a wedge for everyone. They have three distinct grinds made the fit the most common swing types out there – the steeper one that digs deep…

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Callaway RAZR X Forged Iron Review ?>

Callaway RAZR X Forged Iron Review

Editor’s Rating Performance If you can hit them, they’ll treat you nice Feel One of the best feeling irons we’ve hit Value Par for the course in terms of price Looks Above average looking players iron Innovation Some nice technology makes this iron worth a look Overall 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. Looks The RAZR…

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The Importance Of Ball Position ?>

The Importance Of Ball Position

Ball position is one of the simplest and most underestimated factors affecting golf swings of most amateur players. It not only can have an effect on contact, but it can also affect your swing path into the ball.  In the video below we walk through the basics behind ball position and where it should be located in your stance in relation to your front foot.  When testing out your own ball position, we strongly recommend using a shaft rod or…

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