Friday, August 18, 2017

A Golf Ball with a Matte Finish? You Bet!

How's this for a catchy sales technique? Consumers walk into a golf shop or sporting goods store, and here''s one of the first things they...

Senior Golfers 1, Back Pain 0 – The Alignmed Story

Does PGA Tour player Russell Knox have a secret? It must be the shirt. In the fall of 2015, Knox made slight changes to his training...

Golf Equipment Insights: Drivers, Like People, Have Different Personalities

The design of drivers has changed dramatically. Today's drivers are nothing like yesterday's drivers. Golfers who don't recognize this are hurting themselves -- often with...

Tour Velvet Grip Wins Two Majors, R.E.L. Ace Takes Olympics

Change your grips. Perhaps this advice is wasted on seasoned golfers, but it is worth repeating: New grips are one of the most effective, least...

Pink Ping for the Bubba Watson Foundation

Behold the limited edition pink Bubba driver. Ping has done this before -- releasing a limited number of pink drivers similar to the one used...

Tour Edge Exotics XJ1 driver

There is a simple reason that Tour Edge is famous for its fairway woods. They perform well under a variety of conditions. This may be...

The Proliferation of Distance Irons

Here are some other examples of length-enhanced modern irons, with features such as ultra-thin faces, internal "cup face" designs and high COR (spring-like effect)...

Wilson and the Movement Toward Supercharged Irons

You feel as if your biceps are made of steel. You launch 9-irons as high as skyscrapers. Your long irons are registered as lethal...

Cobra Builds a Tour Staff – One Cool Cat at a Time

Who is this new employee, the fresh-faced young man with the Cobra Puma identification badge and the golf club in his hand? Well, he isn't...

Single-Length Irons

Ever since Bryson DeChambeau signed with Cobra Puma Golf in April 2016, golfers around the globe have been waiting anxiously for Cobra to release...