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Month: May 2016

Ping G20 Hybrid Review ?>

Ping G20 Hybrid Review

Ping G20 Hybrid Review Hello everyone – thanks for stopping by. Today we will be  looking at the Ping G20 Hybrid. Looks The Ping G20 Hybrid features an offset hosel design with a 17-4 stainless steel club head. The G20 resembles more of an iron than a traditional hybrid. The club face and top line appear like an iron with a satin finish. The back of the hybrid is a dark gray that blends in with the ground. Aesthetically, the satin finish on the…

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Adidas Introduces Limited Edition Tour360 4.0 ?>

Adidas Introduces Limited Edition Tour360 4.0

Good afternoon everyone. Hope you’re enjoying the new look site. Speaking of new looks… Adidas has introduced a shoe that will give their staffers a new look at the upcoming U.S. Open. The Limited Edition Tour360 4.0 features a red, white and blue color scheme and an American flag on the back. The company is only releasing 3500 pairs of these to retail and 300 pairs will be available at starting July 12th. The shoes will carry a MSRP…

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Titleist introduces new Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls ?>

Titleist introduces new Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls

Hello and as always, thanks for stopping by. Today we’d like to tell you about Titleist’s new Pro V1 and Pro V1x balls. In the Autumn of 2000,  the original Pro V1 prototype was unveiled to the PGA Tour in Las Vegas at hte Invensys Classic. That week, 47 players put the Pro V1 in play – marking one of the largest events of it’s kind in golf history.  Mary Lou Bohn, Vice President of Titleist Golf Ball Marketing and Communications…

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TaylorMade R1 Driver Review ?>

TaylorMade R1 Driver Review

Editor’s Rating Performance Feel Value Looks Innovation Overall 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 TaylorMade R1 with our independent review.  We hope you enjoy this review…

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Nike Covert Irons ?>

Nike Covert Irons

Introducing Nike next generation of game-improvement irons – the new Covert line.  They are designed for high-handicappers with their extreme perimeter rating that helps them reduce twisting on off-center hits, and increase forgiveness. This new irons feature an extremely strong, but thin face that allowed Nike designers to maximize the forgiveness of these irons.   The sole of these clubs are very wide and bevelled to help with players who tend to hit it fat.  The 3 to 7 iron…

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